Annie Oakley, directed by George Stevens, is a biographical film starring Barbara Stanwyck as the sharp-shooting cowgirl. When hotel owner James MacIvor (Andy Clyde) holds a shooting contest, Annie Oakley (Barbara Stanwyck) enters under the name Andy Oakley to compete against Toby Walker (Preston Foster), a man hailed as the "greatest shot in the world". Annie throws the contest on purpose when she realizes that losing to a woman could cost Walker his job and reputation, but she is subsequently hired by Jeff Hogarth, manager of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show. A relationship blooms between Annie and Toby, also a member of the show. After Toby suffers an eye injury while trying to prevent the murder of Sitting Bull (Chief Thunderbird), his fame falls into decline as does his affair with the increasingly popular Annie. Produced by RKO Pictures, this 1935 classic captures the excitement of Annie Oakley's career as a sharp-shooter and the turbulence of her troubled romance.