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Literary Guide, May 26
San Francisco Chronicle
Stanford's "Another Look" book club. Anita Loos' 1925 novel "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." 7:30 p.m., Stanford Humanities Center, 424 Santa Teresa, Palo Alto. Wednesday. Howard Chaykin. "American Flagg!" Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center.




Examiner.com

The SF silent film fest that roars
Examiner.com
Based on the Bret Harte story, the film's script is the work of Anita Loos. Musical accompaniment is by Buchwald. - Henri de la Falaise's 1935 "Legong: Dance of the Virgins," filmed in Bali. Music by the East Bay Gamelan Sekar Jaya and San Francisco's ...




The Great Gatsby breaking international box office records ...
StreetCorner
... Perkins Gemma Ward as Languid Girl Callan McAuliffe as Young Jay Gatsby Gus Murray as Teddy Barton Stephen James King as Nelson Jens Holck as a Monk Alison Benstead as Anita Loos Max Cullen as Owl Eyes Brendan Maclean as Klipspringer Joel ...




Albert Hall, opera singer
Baltimore Sun
While living in New York, Mr. Hall studied to become a licensed hypnotist. In their book "Twice Over Lightly," actress Helen Hayes and Anita Loos, playwright, screenwriter and author, recounted being hypnotized by Mr. Hall in his West 57th Street studio.




Le Nouvel Observateur

« Gatsby le Magnifique » : l'Hollywood story de Fitzgerald
Le Nouvel Observateur
Alors que ses rivaux engagent John Dos Passos, Dalton Trumbo, Dashiell Hammett (ils ont même supplié Freud de leur écrire un film), le producteur Irving Thalberg, de la MGM, se targue d'avoir sous contrat les meilleurs écrivains de l'époque : Anita ...

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Anderson Matthews | Bringing the 'Night to the Lou
Play by Play
It was Happy Birthday by Anita Loos [originally produced in 1946 on Broadway]. People don't remember it, though it ran for almost two years, and Helen Hayes won the first Tony Award for the role she originated. So, they revived it, and I was lucky ...




F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tense, Unhappy Relationship With Hollywood
The Atlantic
He worked at MGM and later as a freelance writer, but Fitzgerald felt awkward when those from his old life (Anita Loos, Dorothy Parker, and Princeton friends) saw him in his new life. Younger writers found his output didactic and preachy. He struggled ...

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Alison's screen debut
Liverpool City Champion
Alison Benstead, 23, who went to St Joseph's Primary School in Laurieton, plays the part of Anita Loos, the American screenwriter best remembered for her screenplay for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, which starred Marilyn Monroe. Ali, as her mum Louise ...
Local input in blockbuster filmCamden Haven Courier

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Alison hoping for her big break
Port Macquarie News
Anita Loos wrote the script for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes – a film starring Marilyn Monroe – and wrote comedy snippets for Harpers Bazaar. At first, Alison was to have no speaking part – but the talented beauty seems to have an uncanny ability of ...




book club brings the Roaring '20s to Stanford with Anita Loos ...
Stanford University News
Edith Wharton called Anita Loos' Gentlemen Prefer Blondes "the great American novel" and declared its author a genius. Winston Churchill, William Faulkner, George Santayana and Benito Mussolini read it – so did James Joyce, whose failing eyesight led ...


Anita Loos (26 avril 1888 - 18 août 1981) est une scénariste, actrice et écrivain américaine. Elle est considérée comme l'une des meilleures scénaristes de sa génération avec June Mathis et Frances Marion.

Elle est notamment l'auteur du roman Les hommes préfèrent les blondes, et de la suite Mais ils épousent les brunes.



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