Anita Loos was a celebrated American author, screenwriter and playwright. She is known for her bestselling comic novel titled, ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’. In 1912, she took up writing movie scripts and became the first-ever staff scriptwriter. She was put on payroll at ‘Triangle Film Corporation’ by ‘D.W Griffith’. She penned down various ‘Douglas Fairbanks’ films and also wrote the adaption of Colette’s ‘Gigi’. Some of her popular works include, ‘A Mouse Is Born’, ‘A Girl Like I’, ‘The Talmadge Girls’, ‘How To Write Photoplays’, ‘Fate Keeps On Happening: Adventures Of Lorelei Lee And Other Writings’, amongst various others. Following is a collection of quotations and sayings by Anita Loos which have been extracted from the vast sea of her writings, books, thoughts and plays. Read through the quotes and thoughts by Anita Loos on opposites, thinking, creativity, sex, religion, memorable, chemistry, drinkers, solitary, style, thoughtful, writing, acting, talent and more.