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  • KD
    Here s the info that goes with those photos: Louise Brooks Captions for FTP site images: 01. Louise Brooks in a publicity shot for 1929 Paramount picture The
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      Here's the info that goes with those photos:

      Louise Brooks Captions for FTP site images:

      01. Louise Brooks in a publicity shot for 1929 Paramount picture The
      Canary Murder Case, in which she played a showgirl. This film was
      originally shot as a silent film but went back into production to be
      made into a talking picture. However, by this time, Brooks was in
      Germany shooting Pandara's Box and could not return. As a result her
      lines were dubbed by actress Margaret Livingston. (Paramount, unhappy
      that Brooks would not return to record her lines, did not tell the true
      story and released news that Brooks voice was dubbed because it did not
      record well.)

      02. Publicity shot of Louise Brooks, circa 1925.

      03. Publicity shot of Louise Brooks, circa 1925.

      04. Publicity headshot for Louise Brooks, circa 1924.

      05. Louise Brooks on the Paramount set of the 1926 film It's the Old
      Army Game with her husband, and the film's director, Edward A.
      Sutherland.

      06. Frame enlargement of Louise Brooks from the 1930 French film Prix de
      beautÈ (aka Beauty Prize).

      07. Publicity headshot of Louise Brooks for the 1930 French film Prix de
      beautÈ (aka Beauty Prize).

      08. Louise Brooks with Richard Arlen, her costar in the 1928 film
      Beggars of Life, look at a scrapbook at George Eastman House in the
      early 1960s.

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