Anita Louise

Anita Louise


Also Known As
Anita Louise Fremault, Anita Fremault
Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
January 09, 1915
April 25, 1970
Cause of Death

Family & Companions

Buddy Adler
Producer. Married until his death in 1960.
Henry Berger
Importer. Second husband; survived her.




Cast (Feature Film)

Retreat, Hell! (1952)
Ruth Hanson
Blondie's Big Moment (1947)
Miss Harriet Gary
Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1947)
Doris Hamilton, also known as Doris Meredith
Shadowed (1946)
Carol Johnson
Personality Kid (1946)
Laura Howard
The Devil's Mask (1946)
Janet Mitchell
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946)
Lady Catherine Maitland
Love Letters (1945)
Helen Wentworth
The Fighting Guardsman (1945)
Amelie de Montrevel
Casanova Brown (1944)
Madge Ferris
Nine Girls (1944)
Paula Canfield
Dangerous Blondes (1943)
Julie Taylor
Harmon of Michigan (1941)
Peggy Adams
Two in a Taxi (1941)
Wagons Westward (1940)
Phyllis O'Conover
The Villain Still Pursued Her (1940)
Mary [Wilson]
Glamour for Sale (1940)
Ann Powell
Phantom Submarine (1940)
Madeleine Neilson
These Glamour Girls (1939)
Daphne Graves
Main Street Lawyer (1939)
Honey Boggs
Hero for a Day (1939)
Sylvia Higgins
The Little Princess (1939)
Reno (1939)
Mrs. Joanne Ryder
The Gorilla (1939)
Norma Denby
Marie Antoinette (1938)
Princess de Lamballe
Going Places (1938)
Ellen Parker
The Sisters (1938)
Helen Elliott
My Bill (1938)
Muriel Colbrook
The Go Getter (1937)
Margaret Ricks
Green Light (1937)
Phyllis Dexter
Call It a Day (1937)
Joan Collett
First Lady (1937)
Emmy Page
That Certain Woman (1937)
[Florence] Flip [Carson Merrick]
Tovarich (1937)
Helene Dupont
Stage Struck (1936)
Brides Are Like That (1936)
Hazel Robinson
The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)
Annette Pasteur
Anthony Adverse (1936)
Maria Bonnyfeather
Here's to Romance (1935)
Lydia Lubov
Personal Maid's Secret (1935)
Diana [Abercrombie]
Lady Tubbs (1935)
Wynne [Howard]
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
Titania, Queen of the fairies
Madame Du Barry (1934)
Marie Antoinette
Are We Civilized? (1934)
Norma Bockner
Bachelor of Arts (1934)
Mimi Smith
Judge Priest (1934)
Ellie May Gillespie
Cross Streets (1934)
June Grattan
Most Precious Thing in Life (1934)
Patty O'Day
I Give My Love (1934)
Lorna March
The Firebird (1934)
Mariette [Pointer]
Our Betters (1933)
Bessie [Saunders]
The Phantom of Crestwood (1932)
Esther Wren
Millie (1931)
Connie Maitland
The Woman Between (1931)
Helen Weston
Heaven on Earth (1931)
Everything's Rosie (1931)
The Great Meadow (1931)
Betty Hall
What a Man (1930)
Marion Kilbourne
The Third Alarm (1930)
Milly Morton
Just Like Heaven (1930)
The Florodora Girl (1930)
The Marriage Playground (1929)
Square Shoulders (1929)
Mary Jane

Cast (Short)

The Making of a Great Motion Picture (1936)
A Dream Comes True The Making of an Unusual Motion Picture (1935)

Life Events

Photo Collections

A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935) - Scene Stills
Here are some scene stills from the all-star Warner Bros. production of A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935), directed by Max Reinhardt and William Dieterle.


Movie Clip

Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Our Criminal Disregard For Germs The last of three vignettes introducing the title character (Paul Muni) finds rulers Napoleon III and Eugenie (Walter Kingsford, Iphigenie Castiglioni) more open-minded than Charbonnet (Fritz Leiber), as the wife (Josephine Hutchinson) and assistant (Henry O'Neill) keep faith, in The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
Story Of Louis Pasteur, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Savior Of The Sheep Ca. 1870, officials Radisse (Raymond Brown) and Martel (Donald Woods) visit Arbois, site of the current Pasteur museum, where Paul Muni (title character), with daughter (Anita Louise) and aide Roux (Henry O'Neill), is treating anthrax, in Warner Bros.' The Story Of Louis Pasteur, 1936.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Of Course It Hurts Better than an hour into proceedings, the first appearance for third-billed Anita Louise as “Flip,” the gracious disabled society-girl wife of Jack (Henry Fonda, not seen) visiting Bette Davis as his first wife, their marriage annulled, who just told him about their son, in writer-director Edmund Goulding’s That Certain Woman, 1937.
Everything's Rosie (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I Couldn't Swipe A Piano First appearance for Anita Louise, age 16, as the title character, now grown-up Rosie, with Robert Woolsey (working without his comedy partner Bert Wheeler) as carnival snake-oil salesman Droop, ten years after he added her to his act, in RKO’s Everything’s Rosie, 1931.
Everything's Rosie (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I Found Her Under A Rose Bush The year 1916 established at the opening, Robert Woolsey at RKO in his only outing without partner Bert Wheeler, is a carnival huckster just ejected from town, meeting two uncredited actors, the blonde girl who’ll grow up to be the title character, Anita Louise, in Everything’s Rosie, 1931.
Everything's Rosie (1931) -- (Movie Clip) We've Been In Muddier Towns Now doing a gypsy schtick at the traveling carnival, Anita Louise, the title character, meets good-natured local law student Billy (John Darrow), while her partner (Robert Woolsey as Droop, now telling fortunes) processes an uncredited customer, in RKO’s Woolsey-without-Wheeler programmer Everything’s Rosie, 1931.
That Certain Woman (1937) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Trying To Make You Famous Writer-Director Edmund Goulding opens his remake of his 1929 Gloria Swanson picture, directing Bette Davis for the first time as Mary Donnell, Mary Phillips her friend, Norman Willis accompanying them on a secret errand, craven reporter Whitaker (Hugh O’Connell) spying, in That Certain Woman, 1937, co-starring Henry Fonda.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Wot Cher'! At school in London, Sara (Shirley Temple) shares a song with Arthur Treacher (A contemporary tune by Charles Ingle and Albert Chevalier) who's brought a letter from her father in the Boer War, only to learn with teacher Rose (Anita Louise), that it's bad news, in The Little Princess. 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Buttons Are A Bother Bearing up at her new London school after her father's left for the Boer War, Sara (Shirley Temple) making friends with Ram Dass (Cesar Romero), Lord Wickham (Miles Mander), kindly teacher Rose (Anita Louise), and scullery girl Becky (Sybil Jason), early in Twentieth Century-Fox's The Little Princess, 1939.
Little Princess, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Menny 'Appy Returns London boarding school birthday for Sara (Shirley Temple), plus good news from the Boer War about her wealthy father's regiment, showing gratitude to Miss Minchin (Mary Nash), Rose (Anita Louise), Bertie (Arthur Treacher) and servant Becky (Sybil Jason), in The Little Princess, 1939.
Marie Antoinette (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I Cast This Pearl Before You For her wedding at Versailles, gracious Austrian princess Norma Shearer (title character) has borne up well upon learning her prince (Louis XVI) was the un-prepossessing Robert Morley, to whom she is handed off by reigning Louis XV (John Barrymore), in MGM's gigantic Marie Antoinette, 1938.
Our Betters (1933) -- (Movie Clip) That Ridiculous Snob American Bessie (Anita Louise) with push-back for Fleming (Charles Starrett), visiting London where her sister is socialite Lady Pearl (Constance Bennett), instructing minion Thornton (Grant Mitchell) on maneuvers, in George Cukor's Our Betters, 1933, from the Somerset Maugham play.


Buddy Adler
Producer. Married until his death in 1960.
Henry Berger
Importer. Second husband; survived her.