Louise Emmons

Birth Name:
Louise Emmons
Birth Date:
January 7, 1858
Birth Place:
Yuba City, California
Death Date:
March 6, 1935
Place of Death:
Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, 1300 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Cause of Death:
Heart disease and pneumonia
Cemetery Name:
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Show Business
Louise Emmons was an American character actress who specialized in portraying old hags, such as the evil headmistress from the Our Gang film Mush and Milk (1933). Louise appeared in 53 films throughout her career including "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalpyse" (1921), "The Ten Commandments" (1923), "Resurrection" (1931), and "King Kong" (1933). Her last film was the horror movie Mark of the Vampire (1935), where she played an old gypsy.

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Hollywood Forever Cemetery

6000 Santa Monica Blvd.

Los Angeles, California, 90038


North America


Map for Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, California
Map for Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, California

Grave Location:

Section 2W, #99

Grave Location Description

As you enter the cemetery drive straight ahead and turn left on Maple Avenue. Continue to the next intersection and park at the corner of Maple Avenue and Midland Avenue where you will find the Letts Family Mausoleum. From the back of the mausoleum walk parallel with Maple Avenue and count 21 graves (including the blank spaces) back and 6 rows from the road for the final resting place of character actress Louise Emmons.

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