Louise Allbritton (July 3, 1920 – February 16, 1979) was an American film and stage actress born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She played in such films as Pittsburgh (1942), Son of Dracula (1943), The Egg and I (1947), and Sitting Pretty (1948). Her name was sometimes seen as Louise Albritton.
Allbritton was born in Oklahoma City on July 3, 1920, the daughter of E.E. Allbritton of Wichita Falls, Texas. She attended the University of Oklahoma and gained acting experience in the Pasadena Playhouse. Her father cut off her allowance in hopes that she would return home, but her contract with Universal Studios enabled her to continue in Hollywood.
She had a leading role in the Broadway production of The Seven Year Itch. On television, she played the title role in the NBC-TV series Concerning Miss Marlowe (1954) and co-starred in the CBS drama Stage Door (1950).:1008
Allbritton died of cancer on February 16, 1979, in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, where she and Collingwood had one of their homes.
- Not a Ladies' Man (1942) - Ethel Burlridge
- Danger in the Pacific (1942) - Jane Claymore
- Parachute Nurse (1942) - Helen Ames
- Keeping Fit (1942, Short) - Miss Allbritton
- Who Done It? (1942) - Miss Allbritton
- Pittsburgh (1942) - Shannon Prentiss
- It Comes Up Love (1943) - Edie Ives
- Good Morning, Judge (1943) - Elizabeth Christine Smith
- Fired Wife (1943) - Tahitha 'Tig' Callahan Dunne
- Crazy House (1943) - Louise Allbritton (uncredited)
- Son of Dracula (1943) - Katherine Caldwell
- Her Primitive Man (1944) - Sheila Winthrop
- Follow the Boys (1944) - Herself (uncredited)
- This Is the Life (1944) - Harriet West Jarrett
- San Diego, I Love You (1944) - Virginia McCooley
- Bowery to Broadway (1944) - Lillian Russell
- Men in Her Diary (1945) - Isabel Glenning
- That Night with You (1945) - Sheila Morgan
- Tangier (1946) - Dolores
- The Egg and I (1947) - Harriet Putnam
- Sitting Pretty (1948) - Edna Philby
- Walk a Crooked Mile (1948) - Dr. Toni Neva
- An Innocent Affair (1948) - Margot Fraser
- The Doolins of Oklahoma (1949) - Rose of Cimarron
- Felicia (1964) - Felicia (final film role)
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- Monush, Barry (2003). "Louise Allbritton". The Encyclopedia of Film Actors from the Silent Era to 1965. Vol. 1. New York City: Applause Theatre and Cinema Books. p. 8. Retrieved 19 December 2014.
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- Katz, Ephraim (1979). The Film Encyclopedia: The Most Comprehensive Encyclopedia of World Cinema in a Single Volume. Perigee Books. ISBN 0-399-50601-2. P.20.
- "(Naugatuck War Fund ad)". The Centralia Enterprise and Tribune. November 8, 1944. p. 5. Retrieved May 27, 2015 – via Newspapers.com. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
- Terrace, Vincent (2011). Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 through 2010 (2nd ed.). Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. p. 206. ISBN 978-0-7864-6477-7.
- "Louise Allbritton dead at 59". The Milwaukee Sentinel. February 17, 1979. p. Part 2-Page 28. Retrieved 27 May 2015. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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- Louise Allbritton at IMDb
- Louise Allbritton and Charles Collingwood papers, circa 1917-1960 Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library.