"She moved on to join the company on Louis XIV, under the direction of Teddy Royce. When in front of everyone Mr. Royce intimated looking at Louisewho had just arrived last on stage,'Some girls in this show are using theatre exclusively as a show case' When Louise saw everyone turn and smile at her she became furious and ran off to FlorenceZiegfield, who was off stage, and complained about the mistreatment she endured. Ziegfield saved her from humiliation by instantly transferring her tohis own Ziegfield Follies of 1925 with a smile. Where she worked with W.C.Fields. There she met Peggy Fears, who had straight hair the color of chestnut, whohad also transferred from LouiS XIV and who also had a sense of fun Louise found attractive."
"Louise's upbringing also had an enormous influence on her lifelong love affair with books and the arts. Her fatherís library was stocked with classic books. Louise read voraciously at a young age, a habit she continued throughout her life. Brooksie set as a goal in her life, the sophisticated grace of the lovely women seen in her favorite magazines, Harper's Bazaar and Vanity Fair. Years later, Louise wrote her brother, Theo, that Myra "was an exquisite person. What do I care that she was no mother and cared less about her children than an alligator? She taught us the love of beauty and laughter. And I would have been dead years ago had she not put great books at my disposal"
The Louise Brooks Heartland is France. The Louise Brooks Capital City is New York City.
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