Anita Louise one of cinema’s most fashionable and stylish women

Anita Louise (January 9, 1915 – April 25, 1970) was an American film actress best known for her performances in “Madame Du Barry” (1934), “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (1935), “The Story of Louis Pasteur” (1935), “Anthony Adverse” (1936), “Marie Antoinette” (1938), “The Sisters” (1938), and “The Little Princess” (1939). Louise was named as a 1931 WAMPAS Baby Star and was frequently described as one of Hollywood cinema’s most fashionable and stylish women. Her reputation was further enhanced by her role as a Hollywood society hostess, with her parties attended by the elite of Hollywood, and widely and regularly reported in the news media. Anita Louise has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in recognition of her contribution to Motion Pictures at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard.

Anita Louise

Anita Louise 1931

Anita Louise

Anita Louise in "The Fighting Guardsmen"(1946)

Anita Louise in “The Fighting Guardsmen”(1946)

Anita Louise and Claude Rains in ''Anthony Adverse'' (1936)

Anita Louise and Claude Rains in ”Anthony Adverse” (1936)

Jane Bryan, Bette Davis and  Anita Louise in "The Sisters" (1938)

Jane Bryan, Bette Davis and Anita Louise in “The Sisters” (1938)

Anita Louise with Richard Greene in "The Little Princess" (1939)

Anita Louise with Richard Greene in “The Little Princess” (1939)

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