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Anita Loos’s height is 4ft 11in (1.5 m)

Anita Loos was an American screenwriter, playwright and author, best known for her blockbuster comic novel, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Best Known For Movie: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Born: April 26, 1888, Mount Shasta, California, United States
Filmography: The Women (2008/I), Producers’ Showcase (1956), Gentlemen Marry Brunettes (1955), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), The Buick Circus Hour (1952), A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945), I Married an Angel (1942), When Ladies Meet (1941), They Met in Bombay (1941), Blossoms in the Dust (1941), Susan and God (1940), Strange Cargo (1940), Another Thin Man (1939), Babes in Arms (1939), The Women (1939), The Cowboy and the Lady (1938), Saratoga (1937), Mama Steps Out (1937), San Francisco (1936), Riffraff (1936), Biography of a Bachelor Girl (1935), The Girl from Missouri (1934), Social Register (1934), The Cat and the Fiddle (1934), Hold Your Man (1933), Midnight Mary (1933), The Barbarian (1933), Blondie of the Follies (1932), Red-Headed Woman (1932), The Struggle (1931), Ex-Bad Boy (1931), The Fall of Eve (1929), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928), Stranded (1927), The Whole Town’s Talking (1926), Learning to Love (1925), Three Miles Out (1924), Dulcy (1923), Polly of the Follies (1922), Red Hot Romance (1922), Woman’s Place (1921), Mama’s Affair (1921), Dangerous Business (1920), The Branded Woman (1920), The Perfect Woman (1920), The Love Expert (1920), In Search of a Sinner (1920), Two Weeks (1920), A Virtuous Vamp (1919), The Isle of Conquest (1919), A Temperamental Wife (1919), Oh, You Women! (1919), Getting Mary Married (1919), Under the Top (1919), Good-Bye, Bill (1918), Come on In (1918), Hit-the-Trail Holliday (1918), Let’s Get a Divorce (1918), Reaching for the Moon (1917), Down to Earth (1917), Wild and Woolly (1917), In Again, Out Again (1917/II), A Daughter of the Poor (1917), The Americano (1916), The Matrimaniac (1916), The Wharf Rat (1916), The Children Pay (1916), American Aristocracy (1916), A Calico Vampire (1916), The Social Secretary (1916), The Little Liar (1916), The French Milliner (1916), Intolerance (1916), The Half-Breed (1916), Stranded (1916/I), Laundry Liz (1916), A Wild Girl of the Sierras (1916), The Mystery of the Leaping Fish (1916), Macbeth (1916), A Corner in Cotton (1916), His Picture in the Papers (1916), The Fatal Finger Prints (1915), The Deacon’s Whiskers (1915), A Ten-Cent Adventure (1915), Mixed Values (1915), The Lost House (1915), A Flurry in Art (1915), A Corner in Hats (1914), The Sisters (1914), The Saving Grace (1914), When the Road Parts (1914), For Her Father’s Sins (1914), Billy’s Rival (1914), The Million Dollar Bride (1914), A Lesson in Mechanics (1914), Izzy and His Rival (1914), The Meal Ticket (1914), The White Slave Catchers (1914), The Deceiver (1914), The Last Drink of Whiskey (1914), Nell’s Eugenic Wedding (1914), The Road to Plaindale (1914), The Man in the Couch (1914), The Girl in the Shack (1914), The Wallflower (1914), The Saving Presence (1914), Nearly a Burglar’s Bride (1914), Some Bull’s Daughter (1914), The Hunchback (1914/I), Hicksville’s Finest (1914), When a Woman Guides (1914), The Fatal Dress Suit (1914), Gentleman or Thief (1914), A Bunch of Flowers (1914), The Gangsters of New York (1914), His Awful Vengeance (1913), The Wedding Gown (1913), The Suicide Pact (1913), Oh, Sammy! (1913), Binks’ Vacation (1913), How the Day Was Saved (1913), A Cure for Suffragettes (1913), A Fallen Hero (1913), His Hoodoo (1913), The Lady in Black (1913), The Widow’s Kids (1913), Pa Says (1913), The Mistake (1913), A Narrow Escape (1913), Highbrow Love (1913), The Hicksville Epicure (1913), A Horse on Bill (1913), The Power of the Camera (1913), The Telephone Girl and the Lady (1913), The New York Hat (1912), My Baby (1912), The Musketeers of Pig Alley (1912), Red Hot Romance (1922), Dangerous Business (1920), The Love Expert (1920), In Search of a Sinner (1920), A Virtuous Vamp (1919), A Temperamental Wife (1919), Good-Bye, Bill (1918), Come on In (1918), Camille (1926/II), A Temperamental Wife (1919), That’s Entertainment, Part II (1976), Hollywood (1980), The Fim Society of Lincoln Center Tribute to George Cukor (1978), The Mike Douglas Show (1977), Donahue (1975), Cinema (1974), The Merv Griffin Show (1974), This Is Your Life (1971), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1959), Starlight Theatre (1951), The Story of Film: An Odyssey (2011), American Masters (1993), The Complete Citizen Kane (1991).
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Occupation: Screenwriter
Died: August 18, 1981, New York City, New York, United States
Movies: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, The Women,
Spouse: John Emerson (m. 1919–1956), Frank Pallma Jr. (m. 1915–1919)
Plays: Happy Birthday, Gigi
Anita Loos Quote: The rarest of all things in American life is charm. We spend billions every year manufacturing fake charm that goes under the heading of public relations. Without it, America would be grim indeed. View More Anita Loos Quotes
Height: 4ft 11in (1.5 m)
First Name: Corinne
Middle Name: Anita
Last Name: Loos
Birth Full Name: Corinne Anita Loos
Other Names: Buggie,Nita
Birthplace: Mount Shasta, Sissons, California
Death Location: New York, New York
Build: Slim
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
Father: Richard Beers Loos
Mother: Minnie Ellen Smith
Brother(s): Harry Clifford Loos
Sister(s): Gladys Loos
Other Family Members: Mary Loos

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