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Louise Beavers - Early Life
... Louise Ellen Beavers was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to school teacher Ernestine Monroe Beavers and William M ... Due to her mother's illness, Louise and her parents moved to Pasadena, California ... Her mother also worked as a voice teacher and taught Louise how to sing for concerts ...
Bad Girl (Madonna Song) - Music Video
... The video features Madonna as "Louise Oriole" (Madonna's middle name is Louise and Oriole is a street she once lived on), a high-powered Manhattan female executive who is an alcoholic and has a penchant for one ... Through her days, Louise gets distracted by cigarettes, cocktails, and random hook-ups, as lamented in the song's lyrics ... Christopher Walken plays her guardian angel, who watches over her activities and delivers Louise with a "kiss of death" before her final encounter with a man ...
Louise, Princess Royal - Ancestors
... Ancestors of Louise, Princess Royal 16 ... Princess Louise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg 19 ... Duchess Louise Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin 2 ...
Finest Moments
... Finest Moments was an album released in 2002 by the English singer Louise ... her first greatest hits compilation by EMI, the company which Louise had recently left ... As Louise has moved away from music to further her career in other fields and look after her family she has not released any albums since this one ...
Kieron Hobbs - Yvonne Summers
... December 2008 Last appearance 27 May 2009 Family Daughters Louise Summers Yvonne Summers, played by Lysette Anthony, is the mother of Louise Summers who first appeared on 23 December for ... Following Louise's murder, Yvonne files a missing persons report, unaware Warren had killed her ... flat and tells him that Calvin Valentine informed her that Warren killed Louise's ex-husband Sean Kennedy and also Louise ...

Famous quotes containing the word louise:

    Sport inevitably creates deadness of feeling. No one could take pleasure in it who was sensitive to suffering; and therefore its pursuit by women is much more to be regretted than its pursuit by men, because women pursue much more violently and recklessly what they pursue at all.
    Ouida [Marie Louise De La Ramée] (1839–1908)

    Petty laws breed great crimes.
    Ouida [Marie Louise De La Ramée] (1839–1908)