1930 Louise Brooks Goes To Work For Columbia - Louella Parsons Saturday, August 2

1930 Louise Brooks Goes To Work For Columbia - Louella Parsons Saturday, August 2

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Louise Brooks Goes To Work For Columbia
Ex-"Follies" Girl to Play in Buck Jones Western
Louella Parsons Saturday, August 2, 1930
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Image provided by Thomas Gladysz of the Louise Brooks Society

Los Angeles, Aug. 1
The sleek, dark-haired Louise Brooks, erstwhile "Follies" girl and former wife of Eddie Sutherland, is in Hollywood. I found Louise perched in a chair in the waiting room at Columbia. She had just come from New York with Jack Cohn, one of the officers of the Columbia Corporation, and Dugal Stewart Walker, who has been signed to direct plays.
Columbia's plan for the former "Follies" favorite is to feature her in a Western opposite Buck Jones, with Art Ressen directing. Both Cohns, Harry and Jack, were working out the plans yesterday. Meanwhile "the starving young actress," as Louise calls herself, is at the Ambassador receiving all her old-time friends.