4 screen writers  (1/4): Anita Loos

In this field there is but one person who has won distinction: Anita Loos,” wrote movie critic and theorist Vachel Lindsay in 1915. “She is one of the four or five important and thoroughly artistic brains in the photoplay game.” (x)

Some of her works include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928),Red-Headed Woman (1932), Hold Your Man (1933), The Barbarian (1933), The Girl from Missouri (1934), Saratoga (1937), The Women (1939) and Babes in Arms (1939).

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