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Louise Brooks in Love'Em and Leave’ Em directed Frank Tuttle, 1926

Louise Brooks in Love'Em and Leave’ Em directed Frank Tuttle, 1926

Louise Brooks

Louise Brooks

“Louise Brooks is the only woman who had the ability to transfigure no matter what film into a masterpiece. Louise is the perfect apparition, the dream woman, the being without whom the cinema would be a poor thing. She was much more than a myth, she is a magical presence, a real phantom, the magnetism of the cinema.” -Ado Kyroit, French film critic as quoted in Lulu in Hollywood

“Louise Brooks is the only woman who had the ability to transfigure no matter what film into a masterpiece. Louise is the perfect apparition, the dream woman, the being without whom the cinema would be a poor thing. She was much more than a myth, she is a magical presence, a real phantom, the magnetism of the cinema.” -Ado Kyroit, French film critic as quoted in Lulu in Hollywood

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