Anita Loos

Actor

Biografia

AutoraBroadway: * Lorelei (1974) * The King's Mare (1967) * Chéri (1959) * Gigi (1951) * Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1949) * Happy Birthday (1946) * The Social Register (1931) * Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1926) * The Fall of Eve (1925) * The Whole Town's Talking (1923)Film: * My Baby (1912; writer) * The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912; writer) * The New York Hat (1912; writer) * A Narrow Escape (1913; scenario) * The Wedding Gown (1913; scenario) * His Hoodoo (1913; scenario; story "The Making of a Masher") * Pa Says (1913; story "The Queen of the Carnival") * A Cure for Suffragettes (1913; story) * A Fallen Hero (1913; story) * A Horse on Bill (1913; story) * Binks' Vacation (1913; story) * Highbrow Love (1913; story) * How the Day Was Saved (1913; story) * Oh, Sammy! (1913; story) * The Hicksville Epicure (1913; story) * The Power of the Camera (1913; story) * The Suicide Pact (1913; story) * His Awful Vengeance (1913; writer) * The Lady in Black (1913; writer) * The Mistake (1913; writer) * The Telephone Girl and the Lady (1913; writer) * The Widow's Kids (1913; writer) * The Sisters (1914/I; scenario) * A Lesson in Mechanics (1914; scenario) * Nearly a Burglar's Bride (1914; scenario) * Some Bull's Daughter (1914; scenario) * The Deceiver (1914; scenario) * The Road to Plaindale (1914; scenario) * The Saving Grace (1914; scenario) * The Saving Presence (1914; scenario) * A Corner in Hats (1914; story) * A Flurry in Art (1914; story) * Gentleman or Thief (1914; story) * Nell's Eugenic Wedding (1914; story) * The Fatal Dress Suit (1914; story) * The Man on the Couch (1914; story) * The Million Dollar Bride (1914; story) * The Gangsters of New York (1914; uncredited) * A Bunch of Flowers (1914; writer) * Billy's Rival (1914; writer) * For Her Father's Sins (1914; writer) * Izzy and His Rival (1914; writer) * The Girl in the Shack (1914; writer) * The Hunchback (1914; writer) * The Last Drink of Whiskey (1914; writer) * The White Slave Catchers (1914; writer) * When the Road Parts (1914; writer) * A Ten-Cent Adventure (1915; scenario) * Mixed Values (1915; scenario) * The Deacon's Whiskers (1915; scenario) * The Lost House (1915; scenario) * The Fatal Finger Prints (1915; writer) * Stranded (1916/I; writer) * Macbeth (1916; intertitles) * A Calico Vampire (1916; scenario) * Laundry Liz (1916; scenario) * The French Milliner (1916; scenario) * The Americano (1916; scenario; titles) * The Wharf Rat (1916; screenplay; story) * A Corner in Cotton (1916; story) * American Aristocracy (1916; story) * Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916; titles) * The Mystery of the Leaping Fish (1916; titles) * A Wild Girl of the Sierras (1916; writer) * His Picture in the Papers (1916; writer) * The Children Pay (1916; writer) * The Half-Breed (1916; writer) * The Little Liar (1916; writer) * The Matrimaniac (1916; writer) * The Social Secretary (1916; writer) * In Again, Out Again (1917/II; writer) * A Daughter of the Poor (1917; writer) * Down to Earth (1917; writer) * Reaching for the Moon (1917; writer) * Wild and Woolly (1917; writer) * Good-Bye, Bill (1918; screenplay; producer; story Gosh Darn the Kaiser) * Hit-the-Trail Holliday (1918; writer) * Let's Get a Divorce (1918; writer) * Come on In (1918; writer; producer) * A Virtuous Vamp (1919; scenario) * A Temperamental Wife (1919; scenario; producer) * Oh, You Women! (1919; scenario; story) * Under the Top (1919; story) * Getting Mary Married (1919; writer) * The Isle of Conquest (1919; writer) * The Branded Woman (1920; adaptation) * Dangerous Business (1920; producer; writer) * Two Weeks (1920; scenario) * The Perfect Woman (1920; screenplay; story) * The Love Expert (1920; writer; producer) * In Search of a Sinner (1920; writer; producer; uncredited) * Woman's Place (1921; story) * Mama's Affair (1921; writer) * Polly of the Follies (1922; screenplay; story) * Red Hot Romance (1922; screenplay; story; executive producer) * Dulcy (1923; writer) * Three Miles Out (1924; writer) * Learning to Love (1925; screenplay; story) * The Whole Town's Talking (1926; play) * Stranded (1927; story) * Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928; novel; screenplay; titles) * The Fall of Eve (1929; story) * Ex-Bad Boy (1931; story "The Whole Town's Talking") * The Struggle (1931; writer) * Blondie of the Follies (1932; dialogue) * Red-Headed Woman (1932; writer) * Hold Your Man (1933; screenplay; story) * Midnight Mary (1933; story) * The Barbarian (1933; writer) * The Girl from Missouri (1934; original screenplay) * The Cat and the Fiddle (1934; screenplay contributor; uncredited) * The Social Register (1934; story) * Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935; writer) * Riffraff (1936; screenplay) * San Francisco (1936; writer) * Saratoga (1937; screenplay; story) * Mama Steps Out (1937; writer) * The Cowboy and the Lady (1938; contributing writer; uncredited) * Another Thin Man (1939; contributing writer; uncredited) * The Women (1939; screenplay) * Babes in Arms (1939; uncredited) * Strange Cargo (1940; adaptation; uncredited) * Susan and God (1940; screenplay) * Blossoms in the Dust (1941; screenplay) * When Ladies Meet (1941; screenplay) * They Met in Bombay (1941; writer) * I Married an Angel (1942; screenplay) * A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945 uncredited) * The Buick Circus Hour (1952; teleplays) * Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953; play) * Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955; novel "But Gentlemen Marry Brunettes") * Producers' Showcase "Happy Birthday" (1956; writer)



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