Louise Fazenda Overview:

Actress, Louise Fazenda, was born on Jun 17, 1895 in Lafayette, IN. Fazenda died at the age of 66 on Apr 17, 1962 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles .



She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Funny Lady Blogathon:

By Bernardo Villela on Jun 29, 2013 From The Movie Rat

Introduction When I heard about Movies, Silently’s blogathon about funny women the first name that came to mind was ’s, and that was almost instant. However, unlike in my recent Children in Film Blogathon post wherein I knew Jackie Searl’s works, but had just discover... Read full article

The Film Festival: "Loose Ankles" and "Wide Open"

By David on May 14, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Of all of the actors and actresses who appeared in 1930s films, (1895-1962) was certainly one of them -- and certainly the only one of them who has a tangential connection to "Reservoir Dogs," of all things. We'll get to that connection in a few paragraphs. First, here's a little in... Read full article

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Louise Fazenda Quotes:

Joe Skopapoulos: Hey, is your old man home?
Sadie Horn: Haw, last I seen o' him, he wuz goin' out possum huntin'.
Joe Skopapoulos: Ain't he liable to come in any minute?
Sadie Horn: I don't reckon. That wuz eleven years ago.

Sadie Horn: Wal, shuck my corn!

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Louise Fazenda Facts
Her husband, Hal B. Wallis, was nicknamed "The Prisoner of Fazenda" around the studio.

Played the character of Bea Sorenson in two film versions of Sinclair Lewis' book Main Street, in Main Street (1923) and I Married a Doctor (1936).

Buried at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California - Mignonette Section, Lot 17

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