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Biography (print)

Anita Loos. A Cast of Thousands. New York: Grossett & Dunlap, 1977.

Anita Loos. A Girl Like I. New York: Viking Press, 1966.

Gary Carey. Anita Loos: A Biography. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1988. ISBN 0394531272

Anita Loos. Kiss Hollywood Goodbye. 1974.

Cari Beauchamp. Anita Loos Rediscovered. University of California Press, 2003. ISBN 0520228944


Portrayed in
The Audrey Hepburn Story (2000) (TV)

Article
New York Times (USA)19 April 1981, pg. D19:1, by: Alden Whitman, "Anita Loos Dead at 93; Screenwriter, Novelist"
Motion Picture World (USA)1 October 1927, pg. 289, "Emerson-Loos to Retire?"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)December 1926, pg. 30-31, 70, "Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?; Ever Since Anita Loos Started the Argument by Telling the World that _They_ Preferred 'Em, She's Got Everybody Choosing Sides. Peace Will Never Be Declared, for Some Like 'Em Dark--and Others Like 'Em Fair"
Motion Picture Classic (USA)November 1926, pg. 16-17, 81, "Authors Prefer Royalties; Anita Loos Having Put Over the Blondes, We Ask--Why Not Brunettes?"
Motion Picture World (USA)25 September 1920, pg. 465, "Emerson and Loos Tell How They Write Their Scenarios"
Motion Picture World (USA)28 April 1920, pg. 1205, "Emerson and Loos Find Screen Material in Europe"
Motion Picture World (USA)6 March 1920, pg. 1601, "Anita Loos Back from Palm Beach"
Motion Picture World (USA)27 December 1919, pg. 1136, "Husbands Take Note [3 days of not talking after surgery]"
Motion Picture World (USA)29 November 1919, pg. 527, "Anita Loos to Undergo Throat Operation"
Motion Picture World (USA)28 June 1919, pg. 1955, "Emerson and Anita Loos Make Permanent Alliance"
Motion Picture World (USA)12 April 1919, pg. 227, "Emerson-Loos Go on Tour to Study Picture Conditions"
Motion Picture World (USA)8 February 1919, pg. 737-38, by: Edward Weitzel, "Corralling Practical Experience"
Motion Picture World (USA)1 June 1918, pg. 1296, "Anita Loos Goes to Los Angeles"
Motion Picture World (USA)26 January 1918, pg. 492, "Emerson and Loos Go to Paramount"
Motion Picture World (USA)29 December 1917, pg. 1948, "Emerson and Loos Leave Fairbanks"
Photoplay (USA)July 1917, pg. 27-28, 148, by: Julian Johnson, "The Soubrette of Satire"
Motion Picture World (USA)7 April 1917, pg. 104, "Anita Loos Ill [grippe]"
Motion Picture World (USA)2 December 1916, pg. 1337, by: B.F. Wilson, "Anita Loos Writes the Titles"
New York Dramatic Mirror (USA)30 June 1915, pg. 25:2, by: W.E. Wing, "Popular Anita A Bride"


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