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Louise Lovely (1895–1980)

Louise had her stage debut when she was just 9 years old. She appeared in a production of 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' as Little Eva. When she was older, she moved on to silent films. Due to her success in Australia, she moved to America and got a contract with Universal Studios. The legend states that it was Carl Laemmle, the Universal Studios head, who ... See full bio »

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Jewelled Nights Elaine Fleetwood
The Man Hunter Helen Garfield
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 1925 Jewelled Nights
Elaine Fleetwood
 1922 Shattered Idols
Diana Chichester
 1921 Life's Greatest Question
Nan Cumberland
 1921 The Poverty of Riches
Grace Donaldson
 1921 The Heart of the North
Patricia Graham
 1921 The Old Nest
Kate at 21-31
 1921 While the Devil Laughs
Mary Franklin
 1921 Partners of Fate
Helen Meriless
 1920 The Little Grey Mouse
Beverly Arnold
 1920 The Skywayman
Virginia Ames
 1920 The Joyous Trouble-Makers
Beatrice Corlin
 1920 Twins of Suffering Creek
Little Casino
 1920 The Orphan
Helen Shields
 1920 The Third Woman
Eleanor Steele
 1920 The Butterfly Man
Bessie Morgan
 1919 Wings of the Morning
Iris Deane
 1919 The Last of the Duanes
Jenny Lee
 1919 Wolves of the Night
Isabel Hollins
 1919 The Lone Star Ranger
Ray Longstreth
 1919/I The Usurper
Beatrice Clive
 1919 The Man Hunter
Helen Garfield
 1919 Johnny-on-the-Spot
Anne Travers
 1919 Life's a Funny Proposition
Mary Austin
 1918 A Rich Man's Darling
Julie Le Fabrier
 1918 The Girl Who Wouldn't Quit
Joan Tracy
 1918 Nobody's Wife
Hope Ross
 1918 Painted Lips
Lou McTavish
 1918 The Wolf and His Mate
Bess Nolan
 1917 Sirens of the Sea
 1917 The Reed Case
Helen Reed
 1917 Her Strange Experience (Short)
 1917 The Field of Honor
Laura Sheldon
 1917 Her Great Dilemma (Short)
Mary Blanton
 1917 The Grip of Love (Short)
Ruth Overholt
 1917 The Gift Girl
 1917 The Fourth Witness (Short)
Margaret Bryant
 1917 The Outlaw and the Lady (Short)
Ruth Carter
 1917 The Diamonds of Destiny (Short)
Jane Lowe
 1917 The Fugitive (Short)
Nan Donovan
 1917 Blood Money (Short)
Belle Blaire
 1916 Stronger Than Steel (Short)
Daphne of the Follies
 1916 The Measure of a Man
Pattie Batch
 1916 The Social Buccaneer
Marjorie Woods
 1916 Bettina Loved a Soldier
Bettina Scott
 1916 The Grasp of Greed
Alice Gordon
 1916 Bobbie of the Ballet
Bobbie Brent
 1916 The Gilded Spider
Leonita & Elisa
 1916/I Tangled Hearts
Vera Lane
 1916 The Grip of Jealousy
Virginia Grant
 1916 Dolly's Scoop (Short)
Dolly Clare (as Louise Welch)
 1915 Stronger Than Death (Short)
June Lathrop (as Louise Carbasse)
 1915 Father and the Boys
Bessie Brayton
 1912 The Ticket of Leave Man (as Louise Carbasse)
 1912 The Wreck of the Dunbar or The Yeoman's Wedding (Short) (as Louise Carbasse)
 1912 Conn, the Shaughraun (as Louise Carbasse)
 1912 A Daughter of Australia (as Louise Carbasse)
 1912 Hands Across the Sea (as Louise Carbasse)
 1911 A Tale of the Australian Bush
Mrs. Hall (as Louise Carbasse)
 1911/II The Colleen Bawn
The Colleen (as Louise Carbasse)
 1911 A Ticket in Tatts
Mrs. Fallon (as Louise Carbasse)
 1911 One Hundred Years Ago
Judith (as Louise Carbasse)
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Alternate Names:

Louise Carbasse | Louise Welch


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Considered Australia's first international star, she worked for Universal until she walked off the lot. Her career in America never recovered so she returned to Australia and co-produced and starred in a resounding hit, Jewelled Nights (1925). See more »

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