“I’m tremendously interested in pictures, though I do feel they lost something which they have not gained when silents went out and talkies came in. I mean in imaginative quality. But I believe they will find it and probably something greater yet.” – Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)

Anita Louise – Hollywood Veteran

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“I’m tremendously interested in pictures, though I do feel they lost something which they have not gained when silents went out and talkies came in. I mean in imaginative quality. But I believe they will find it and probably something greater yet.”Anita Louise

 

 

Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“I’m labeled, or libeled, in Hollywood, as an old-fashioned girl, because I don’t drink or smoke and because I can embroider and play the harp. I wash my face with soap and water. Once a week I steam my face with hot cloths. The process of steaming adds curls to my hair which I brush every night with a piece of silk tied tightly around the hair brush. That’s the trick of all Japanese women. Be sure that the bristles of the brush stick through the silk. When you brush, the silk will clean the hair. That should be a good tip for my friends in smoky St. Louis.”Anita Louise

Source: Harry T. Brundidge (1937)

 

Famous lips of 1935: Bette Davis, Ann Dvorak, Winifred Shaw, Glenda Farrell, Dolores Del Rio, Verree Teasdale, Marion Davies, Jean Muir, Josephine Hutchinson, Olivia de Havilland, Anita Louise, Patricia Ellis, Ruby Keeler, Joan Blondell, Margaret Lindsey and Kay Francis.

 

Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)

“I play games in the open air, any games, because fresh air is essential. I sleep all I can. Sleep is the most important secret of beauty. Ten hours a day is not too much. Once a week I go to bed at 8 p.m. and sleep around the clock, with the windows of the bedroom wide open. I do not diet.”Anita Louise

Source: Harry T. Brundidge (1937)

Photo: 1937

 

"College was one of the things I missed in life. It's a lot more fun than having tutors." -- Anita Louise (Bizarre Los Angeles)“College was one of the things I missed in life. It’s a lot more fun than having tutors.”Anita Louise

 

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