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  1. Louise Brooks: A Biography by Barry Paris, 2000-07-10
  2. Lulu in Hollywood: Expanded Edition by Louise Brooks, 2000-07-10
  3. Louise Brooks: Lulu Forever by Peter Cowie, 2006-11-07
  4. Louise Brooks: Portrait of an Anti-Star
  5. Louise Brooks : Portrait of an Anti-Star by Roland Jaccard, 1988
  6. Louise Brooks: Portrait d'une anti-star by Roland Jaccard, 1999-01-25
  7. Louise Brooks by Barry Paris, 1991-02-07
  8. Dear Stinkpot: Letters From Louise Brooks by Jan Wahl, Louise Brooks, 2009-10-21
  9. Veronica by Johanna Spyri, 2006-07-01
  10. 400 Rush Hour Recipes: Recipes, Tips And Wisdom For Every Day Of The Year! (Rush Hour Cook) by Brook Noel, Wendy Louise, 2005-10-01
  11. Rico and Stineli by Johanna Spyri, 2006-07-01
  12. Three Films of W.C. Fields: Never Give a Sucker an Even Break, Tillie and Gus, the Bank Dick (Classic Screenplay Series) by Louise Brooks, 1990-10
  13. How Wiseli Was Provided For by Johanna Spyri, 2006-10-01
  14. Can I Get An Amen (Arabesque) by Janice Sims, Kim Louise, et all 2005-03-01

1. Louise Brooks - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Louise Brooks (14 November 1906 – 8 August 1985) was an American dancer, showgirl, and silent film actress. She became, by the end of her life,
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Born November 14
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Died August 5
Rochester, New York
Louise Brooks 14 November 8 August ) was an American dancer showgirl , and silent film actress . She became, by the end of her life, a writer and critic of the silent film era.
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Born Mary Louise Brooks in Cherryvale, Kansas , she was a daughter of a lawyer who was usually too busy with his practice to discipline his children, and an artistic mother who determined that any "squalling brats she produced could take care of themselves." Myra Brooks was a talented pianist who played the latest Debussy and Ravel for her children, inspiring them with a love of books and music . None of this protected her nine-year old daughter Louise from sexual abuse at the hands of a neighborhood predator. This event had a major influence on Brooks's life and career, causing her to say in later years that she was incapable of real love, and that this man "must have had a great deal to do with forming my attitude toward sexual pleasure....For me, nice, soft, easy men were never enough there had to be an element of domination." (When Brooks at last told her mother of the incident, many years later, her mother suggested that it must have been Louise's fault for "leading him on."

2. Louise Brooks --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Louise Brooks American motionpicture actress who was noted for her seemingly effortless incarnation of corrupt
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died Aug. 8, 1985, Rochester, N.Y. Louise Brooks, 1928. Courtesy of the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House Film Stills Collection American motion-picture actress who was noted for her seemingly effortless incarnation of corrupt sensuality in silent-picture roles during the 1920s. Follies Brooks, Louise... (75 of 270 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial Commonly Asked Questions About Louise Brooks Close Enable free complete viewings of Britannica premium articles when linked from your website or blog-post.

3. Louise Brooks - International Center Of Photography
The American silentfilm actress Louise Brooks (1906-1985) is one of the great female icons in the history of the cinema. Although she starred in over
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January 19 through April 29, 2007 The American silent-film actress Louise Brooks (1906-1985) is one of the great female icons in the history of the cinema. Although she starred in over thirty films, Brooks is best known for the role of Lulu in the classic German film Pandora's Box Exhibition Images George Eastman House Terms and Conditions Contact Us ... Site Map MUSEUM SCHOOL

4. Louise Brooks - Wikipedia
Translate this page Brooks werd als Mary Louise Brooks geboren in Cherryvale. Haar moeder voedde haar kinderen niet op en dacht dat ze het zelf wel aankonden.
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    Brooks werd als Mary Louise Brooks geboren in Cherryvale . Haar artistieke moeder voedde haar kinderen niet echt op, omdat ze dacht dat die dat zelf wel aankonden. Een traumatisch voorval was dat Louise werd misbruikt en verkracht door haar buurman. Brooks vertelde dat ze door dit incident niet in staat was echt van mensen te houden en zich altijd aangetrokken voelde tot "vieze mannen". Als tiener wilde Brooks een carri¨re als danseres en ging dan ook naar een dansschool. Nadat ze van deze school werd verwijderd, werd ze lid van de Ziegfeld Follies op Broadway . Hier werd ze ontdekt door mensen die bij de filmindustrie werkten. Al voordat ze een filmcarri¨re had, werd ze al bekend. Zo had ze een affaire met Charlie Chaplin in . De twee ontmoetten elkaar toen Chaplin naar de stad kwam waar zij woonde voor de premi¨re van zijn nieuwe film The Gold Rush
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    Louise Brooks (staand) in de film The Show Off Brooks kreeg rond deze tijd een contract bij Paramount Pictures en had een figurantenrol in The Street of Forgotten Men ). In de rest van de laatste jaren van de

5. Louise Brooks: Silent Movie Star And Writer
Short biography of the 1920s actress known for her captivating beauty, style and intelligence.
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Short biography of the 1920s actress known for her captivating beauty, style and intelligence.
with W.C. Fields. Rolled Stockings, A Girl in Every Port , and more notably, the 1928 Beggars of Life Despite her popularity and being a frequent guest of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies at their San Simeon , Louise left California for Europe in outright defiance. along with another Pabst film, Diary of A Lost Girl , also considered a classic performance, before returning to the United States in 1930. Unfortunately her European sojourn was not looked upon favorably by already disapproving Hollywood power brokers, and she found herself with lackluster opportunities. Her final film was Overland Stage Riders in 1938, more notable for being a picture starring the up-and-coming

6. Louise Brooks – Wikipedia
Louise Brooks ja W. C. Fields elokuvassa It s the Old Army Game vuodelta 1926. Louise Brooks ja W. C. Fields elokuvassa It s the Old Army Game vuodelta 1926
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Loikkaa: valikkoon hakuun Louise Brooks ja W. C. Fields elokuvassa It's the Old Army Game vuodelta Louise Brooks Mary Louise Brooks 14. marraskuuta Cherryvale Kansas 8. elokuuta ... New York City ) oli mykk¤elokuvan kuuluisimpia Hollywood -n¤yttelij¶it¤ ja 1920 -luvun dekadentin vampin perikuva. H¤nen maineikkain roolity¶ns¤ on naisp¤¤osa G.W. Pabstin elokuvassa Pandoran lipas (1929). N¤yttelij¤nuransa j¤lkeen Brooksista tuli tunnustettu elokuvakirjoittaja ja -kriitikko.
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Louisen is¤ oli lakimies, jolla ei ollut aikaa perheelleen. H¤nen ¤itins¤ Myra Brooks johdatti my¶s lapset taiteellisten harrastusten kuten kirjallisuuden ja musiikin pariin: t¤ll¤ oli tapana soittaa Louiselle Debussyn ja Ravelin tuolloin tuoreita s¤vellyksi¤. Perheen vanhin tyt¤r Louise joutui lapsena naapuruston pedofiilin hyv¤ksik¤yt¶n uhriksi ja arveli my¶hemmin, ettei toipunut t¤st¤ t¤ysin koskaan ja ett¤ raiskaus teki h¤nelle vaikeaksi kokea todellista rakkautta. Brooksin taiteellinen ura alkoi tanssijana kumouksellisen Denishawn-ryhm¤n riveiss¤.

7. Silent Era : People : Actresses : Louise Brooks
Louise Brooks began entertainment work as a professional dancer. Her work on Broadway led to an offer in films from Paramount.

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Louise Brooks Born 14 November 1906 in Cherryvale, Kansas, USA, as Mary Louise Brooks.
Died 8 August 1985 in Rochester, New York, USA, of a heart attack. Louise Brooks began entertainment work as a professional dancer. Her work on Broadway led to an offer in films from Paramount. Acted in a series of Paramount films from the mid to late 1920s, before leaving the United States for work in Germany and her greatest artistic successes for director G.W. Pabst in the late 1920s. References: Paris-Brooks Louise Brooks Silent Era Filmography Book: Lulu in Hollywood by Louise Brooks Book: Louise Brooks by Barry Paris Website: The Louise Brooks Society Silent Era Home Page People Actresses ... Top of Page

8. Louise Brooks
Louise Brooks AKA Mary Louise Brooks. Born 14Nov-1906 Father Leonard Porter Brooks Mother Myra Rude Brooks Brother Martin (b. 1905)
This is a beta version of NNDB Search: All Names Living people Dead people Band Names Book Titles Movie Titles Full Text for Louise Brooks AKA Mary Louise Brooks Born: 14-Nov
Birthplace: Cherryvale, KS
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Location of death: Rochester, NY
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester, NY
Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Pandora's Box Father: Leonard Porter Brooks Mother: Myra Rude Brooks Brother: Martin (b. 1905) Brother: Theodore (b. 1912) Sister: June (b. 1914) Boyfriend: Charlie Chaplin Husband: A. Edward Sutherland (director; m. Jul-1926, div. Jun-1928) Husband: Deering Davis (millionaire; m. 10-Oct-1933, div. Feb-1938) Boyfriend: William S. Paley (CBS chairman) Saks salesgirl, Saks Fifth Avenue (1943) Bankruptcy Lewd Conduct (lewd cohabitation) Wichita, KS (charges dropped) Risk Factors: Alcoholism Emphysema Arthritis Smoking FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR Overland Stage Raiders (20-Sep-1938) God's Gift to Women (13-Apr-1931) Diary of a Lost Girl (27-Sep-1929) The Canary Murder Case (16-Feb-1929) ... Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (19-Mar-1926) Author of books: Naked on my Goat c. 1955

9. GreenCine | Louise Brooks
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10. Enthusiasm » Louise-Brooks
Louise Brooks in a (very fetching) peasant blouse Harry Kollatz at The Blue Raccoon has posted a very respectable outline of the career of labour activist
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Labour Day Special at The Blue Raccoon: Eugene Debs, Louise Brooks
Harry Kollatz at The Blue Raccoon has posted a very respectable outline of the career of labour activist Eugene Debs by way of a Labour Day observation, and a terrific picture of Louise Brooks, too, from the movie
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11. Louise Brooks - Actors And Actresses - Entertainment - News
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Tags : Actors and Actresses Comics Entertainment Lillian and Dorothy Gish work doodle...super influenced by Shane Glines Louise Brooks drawings and Jenny Lerew's lovely and smooth girl art. Sorry about the lack of energetic and happy art here! I'm still in this godawful rut, and whenever I DO draw something decent I want to hide it away and save it for my book, if I ever finish making it. A disturbing realization today! Lately I'm... Vote!

12. LinkedIn: Louise Brooks
Louise Brooks s professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a networking tool that helps users like Louise Brooks discover inside connections to
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    Inspectrice-conseil pour le Comit© d'inspection professionnelle de l'OTTIAQ (Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interpr¨tes agr©©s du Qu©bec)
    Self-Employed/Travailleuse autonome (Self-employed) (Self-Employed; Myself Only; Translation and Localization industry) September 1988 Present (19 years 5 months) Freelance Translator - Areas of work: finance, administration, electronics, IT.
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13. Lenci Portraits: Louise Brooks
Louise Brooks ( Mary Louise Brooks) b. Cherryvale, Kansas, is remembered for her ethereal screen presence and her famous bob hairstyle.
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Louise Brooks ( Mary Louise Brooks) b. Cherryvale, Kansas, is remembered for her ethereal screen presence and her famous bob hairstyle. Undoubtedly the most naturalistic actress of her generation, her unaffected style and charm won the hearts of the 1920's era. Her bob hairstyle, was a sensation and had women lining up at barbershops for the Louise Brooks haircut. Always the independent spirit, Louise Brooks turned her back on Hollywood as the Silent movie era was drawing to a close. She left for Germany and some of her better known films roles, such as Lulu in Pandora's Box (1929) for G. W. Pabs, and Pabst's Diary of a Lost Girl (1929). Her film career tapered off in the 30's following her return to the United States, causing us to forever associate her with the golden age of the Silent Era. She is an icon of the 20th century. In 1930, a boudoir doll with an unmistakable resemblance to Louise Brooks appears in the

14. Louise Brooks News - Topix
News about Louise Brooks continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
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News Wire Hollywood's Rebellious Silent Star via BellaOnline Louise Brooks never fully embraced Hollywood's atmosphere but within her brief career that lasted just shy of ten years, Louise Brooks made over 20 silent films, a few so provocative that the flavor of her ...

15. Louise Brooks Society - All About The Silent Film Star Who Played Lulu In Pandor
louise brooks Society, all about the silent film actress who played Lulu in Pandora s Box. This site contains vintage articles, ephemera, portraits,


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16. Louise Brooks (I)
Actress Büchse der Pandora, Die. louise brooks was one of the most fascinating personalities of Hollywood Visit IMDb for Photos, Filmography,
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Date of Birth: 14 November Cherryvale, Kansas, USA more Date of Death: 8 August , Rochester, New York, USA (heart attack) more Mini Biography: Louise Brooks was one of the most fascinating personalities of Hollywood... more Trivia: Her first autobiography, entitled 'Naked On My Goat', was thrown into... more
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    Biography concentrating on her early years in Cherryvale, Kansas. With annotated images and links.
    Louise Brooks 1906-1985
    2002-2006 Wayne Hallowell. Web Site created, compiled and maintained by Wayne Hallowell, Historian/Director of the Leatherock Hotel
    Affectionately known as "Brooksie"

    At age 4, she made her first public appearance playing a pint-sized bride in a church benefit production of Tom Thumb's Wedding . Her mother, later recalled how, "She looked quite adorable in the dainty bridal apparel, and though the little bride groom was just about scared out of his poor little wits, Louise walked down the aisle and, much to our amusement, manipulated her shower bouquet and bridal veil with all the ease and assurance of a grown­up bride. The female of the species seem to inherit a natural calmness concerning the marriage pageantry of which the male is quite devoid."
    In 1919, at the age of 13, the Brooks family moved 10-miles southwest to Independence, Kansas. Brooksie continued to focus on her dancing skills and with her bobbed-hair, captivating looks and a figure that turned many heads in the hallways of Montgomery County High School. No sooner had the flirtatious local boys focused their eyes on Louise Brooks, she vanished to Wichita with her family. In Wichita her father expand his law practice and pursued his dream of becoming a United States District Judge. Louise's upbringing also had an enormous influence on her lifelong love affair with books and the arts. Her father’s library was stocked with classic books. Louise read voraciously at a young age, a habit she continued throughout her life. Brooksie set as a goal in her life, the sophisticated grace of the lovely women seen in her favorite magazines

    18. Louise Brooks
    Silent Ladies photo gallery of silent film star louise brooks.

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    Gallery #5 Gallery #9 Gallery #13 ... Gallery #16 A Quick Link to 177 Top Silent Star Galleries! On This Menu: May Allison Roscoe Arbuckle Richard Arlen Nils Asther Mary Astor Josephine Baker Vilma Banky Theda Bara John Barrymore Richard Barthelmess Warner Baxter Madge Bellamy Constance Bennett Monte Blue Eleanor Boardman John Boles Olive Borden Clara Bow Alice Brady Evelyn Brent Mary Brian Betty Bronson Clive Brook Louise Brooks Billie Burke Mae Busch Francis X. Bushman Harry Carey Sue Carol Nancy Carroll Lon Chaney Charlie Chaplin Syd Chaplin Charley Chase Marguerite Clark Ronald Colman Betty Compson Jackie Coogan Gary Cooper Joan Crawford Lily Damita Viola Dana Bebe Daniels Marion Davies Mildred Davis Priscilla Dean Cecil B. DeMille Carol Dempster Lya De Putti Dolores Del Rio Reginald Denny Marlene Dietrich Richard Dix Billie Dove Marie Dressler Julian Eltinge Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Maria Falconetti Dustin Farnum William Farnum Geraldine Farrar Charles Farrell Louise Fazenda Elsie Ferguson W.C. Fields Pauline Frederick Greta Garbo Janet Gaynor Hoot Gibson John Gilbert Dorothy Gish Lillian Gish Corinne Griffith David Wark Griffith William Haines Georgia Hale Oliver Hardy Jean Harlow Mildred Harris Robert Harron William S. Hart

    19. Louise Brooks: Beauty Icon On
    There is no Garbo, there is no Dietrich, there is only louise brooks, Henri Langlois once said, and the French film historian s words have never been more
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    Pandora's Box but also because she declined to do the newfangled "talkies." Since then, she's inspired a comic strip ( Dixie Dugan ), a play ( Show Girl ), a sci-fi novel ( The Invention of Morel , later adapted into the movie Last Year at Marienbad ), songs by OMD and Soul Coughing, and now, on the hundredth anniversary of her birth in Kansas, a new book by her friend Peter Cowie, Louise Brooks: Lulu Forever Other Beauty Icons society brides brooke shields the halstonettes archive > Also on
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    20. Louise Brooks Studies
    louise brooks Studies a website about the life and times of louise brooks.
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    Welcome to Louise Brooks Studies , an adjunct site to the Louise Brooks Society . This website contains material related to the silent film star Louise Brooks (1906 - 1985). The short essays, articles, biographies, checklists, images and links found on this site are meant to supplement material found on the LBS. As such, they are intended for the interested fan who wishes to learn more about individuals and topics related to the actress and her career. This site was created by Thomas Gladysz. The pages on the Louise Brooks Studies website are maintained for the edification and enjoyment of their viewers. Thank you for your interest in all things Brooksie and contributions are welcome.
    - related material on the actress For further reading
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    - annotated bibliography of relevant books AROUND and ABOUT THE 1920's
    - Louise Brooks and the Jazz Age
    - a look at life in the 1920's The Jazz Age: A Checklist of Books - annotated bibliography of relevant books The Smart Set - a short history of the celebrated magazine Berlin in the 1920's: A Checklist of Books - annotated bibliography of relevant books Paris circa 1930: A Checklist of Books - annotated bibliography of relevant books - other pages of interest Louise Brooks Merchandise - videos, dvd's, compact discs

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