(1920s) Print ads: Coca-Cola
1 Biographical Movie |
3 Print Biographies |
4 Portrayals |
60 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 1" (1.55 m)
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[In an interview when a "family magazine", when asked what her hobbies were] I don't know. Say anything you like, but don't say I love to work. That sounds like Mary Pickford
, that prissy bitch. Just say I like to pinch babies and twist their legs. And get drunk. NOTE: In fact, she and Pickford were actually good friends.
, claims in her 1966 autobiography "A Girl Like I," wrote that during her cocaine-induced frenzies, Mabel would write long, rambling letters to people about nothing in particular. At the time of her death, Mabel's attending physician was Loos' brother, Clifford. She begged Clifford to allow her to die at home, but she was too weak to be moved. A portable screen was brought in from her ...
Big eyes and a big smile; some magazines compared her to a goldfish