Annie Oakley board game

Annie Oakley game Milton Bradley released this Annie Oakley boardgame in 1950.

The object of the game is to move one's token around the board capturing criminals and earning reward money, then turning the criminals over to Annie who is represented in the center of the board.

The game accessories include:
- 8 Deputies playing pieces (Green, Blue, Red, Yellow - 2 each)
- 12 Outlaws printed discs (Green, Blue, Red, Yellow - 3 each)
- Play Money (Over $5,000)
- Spinner with double numbers on box insert
- Game Board

The game is for 2-4 players, ages 6 to 12.

Annie Oakley was a popular folk character for young girls, being reputed to be as wild and sharpshooting as her male gunslinger counterparts. Some collectors think this game was inspired by the Annie Oakley TV series, but that didn't appear until four years later in 1954.

Note: There was a different Annie Oakley boardgame, with completely different artwork, board, and game play, published in 1965 by Game Gems.