Anita Louise was a film, television and theater actress who was considered one of the best-dressed women in Hollywood.
Louise was born Anita Louise Fremault in New York on Jan. 9, 1915. She worked as a model for commercial artists as a child and made her film debut in "The Sixth Commandment" (1924). By age 13 she had moved onto leading roles.
She appeared onscreen in "Judge Priest" (1934), "Madame Du Barry" (1934), "The Story of Louis Pasteur" (1936), "Anthony Adverse" (1936), "The Little Princess" (1939), "Casanova Brown" (1944) and many other films.
Later in her career, she moved to the small screen to star in the TV series "My Friend Flicka."
Louise married film producer Buddy Adler in 1940, and they remained together until Adler's death. The couple had two children. Louise later remarried, to importer Henry Berger, and their union lasted until her death.
Louise died of a stroke at her home in the Holmby Hills section of West Los Angeles on April 25, 1970, at age 55.