Louise Brooks
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Louise Brooks . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@chixinflix.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
Overland Stage Raiders (1938)
King of Gamblers (1937)
When You're in Love (1937)
Empty Saddles (1936)
Hollywood Boulevard (1936)
Who's Who in the Zoo (1931)
Windy Riley Goes Hollywood (1931)
God's Gift to Women (1931)
[ Joan Blondell ]
It Pays to Advertise (1931)
[ Carole Lombard ]
Prix de beauté (Miss Europe) (1930)
Tagebuch einer Verlorenen, Das (1929)
The Canary Murder Case (1929)
Büchse der Pandora, Die (1929)
Beggars of Life (1928)
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
[ Myrna Loy ]
The City Gone Wild (1927)
Now We're in the Air (1927)
Rolled Stockings (1927)
Evening Clothes (1927)
Ten Years Old (1927)
Just Another Blonde (1926)
The Show Off (1926)
It's the Old Army Game (1926)
A Social Celebrity (1926)
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em (1926)
The American Venus (1926)
The Street of Forgotten Men (1925)

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Mary Louise Brooks, also known by her childhood name of Brooksie, was born in the midwestern town of Cherryvale, Kansas, on November 14, 1906. She began dancing at an early age with the Denishawn Dancers (which was how she left Kansas and went to New York) and then with George White's Scandals before joining the Ziegfeld Follies, but became one of the most fascinating and alluring personalities ever to grace the silver screen. She was always compared to her Lulu role in Büchse der Pandora, Die (1929), which was filmed in 1928. Her performances in A Girl in Every Port (1928) and Beggars of Life (1928), both filmed in 1928, proved to all concerned that Louise had real talent. She became known, mostly, for her bobbed hair style. Thousands of women were attracted to that style and adopted it as their own. As you will note by her photographs, she was no doubt the trend setter of the 1920s with her Buster Brown-Page Boy type hair cut, much like today's women imitate stars. Because of her dark haired look and being the beautiful woman that she was, plus being a modern female, she was not especially popular among Hollywood's clientle. She just did not go along with the norms of the film society. Louise really came into her own when she left Hollywood for Europe. There she appeared in a few German productions which were very well made and continued to prove she was an actress with an enduring talent. Until she ended her career in film in 1938, she had made only 25 movies. After that, she spent most of her time reading and painting. She also became an accomplished writer, authoring a number of books, including her autobiography. On August 8, 1985, Louise died of a heart attack in Rochester, New York. She was 78 years old.

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