New ‘Passing Show’ at Winter Garden Filled With Fun and Scenically Gorgeous, The New York Herald, July 26, 1918

“Vamps” and “Near Vamps,” New York Tribune, May 11, 1919

Madame Manhattan,  Mary Winship, Photoplay, July 1922, pp. 42-112

Daughter of the Gods, Divinely Tall, New York Tribune, July 30, 1922, pg. 2

The Dark Lady of the Movies, Buffalo Sunday Express, n.d.1922, p.4

Viewpoints of a Vampire, Gladys Hall, Motion Picture (Magazine), January, 1923

“What Makes Them Stars! Lure! Says Fred Niblo,”   Photoplay, November 1923

She’s Naldi, But She’s Nice!,  Joan Drummond, Pictures and Picturegoer, November 1923

The Viewpoints of a Vamp, Picture Show, December 1, 1923

What Men Have Told Me About Other Women, Photoplay, April 1924

What I Learned About Men From the Movies, Movie Weekly, May 3, 1924

We Interview Nita Naldi, an Interview Playlet in One Act and Three Scenes,”Movie Weekly, May 1924

Another Naldi, Eunice Marshall, Screenland, May 1924 (courtesy Wm. Charles Morrow)

The Real Inside Dope on the Movie Stars: Nita Naldi Leads in Rise of Nonna Dooley–Looks Before Brains, Says Film Vamp,
Lief, Max, The Buffalo Sunday Express, Sunday, July 20, 1924, (courtesy The Fulton History site at

The Stars Tell How They Keep Those Girlish LInes,  E.W. Bowers, M.D., Photoplay, September 1924, pp. 28-31, 119 (including Nita’s “pineapple and lambchop diet.”)

‘Vamp’ Agrees to Stay Thin, Los Angeles Examiner, January 2, 1925

This Business of Being a Vampire, Motion Picture Magazine, March 1925

Nita Tells How She Did It, Picture Play, May 1925

Men I Would Be Afraid to Marry, (including “Nita Naldi’s Matrimonial Don’ts”),
Brenda Ueland, Liberty Magazine, August 22, 1925

Calories and Contours, Photoplay, November 1925

Studio News & Gossip, East & West, Cal York, Photoplay, December 1925, p. 41

Nita Naldi, Charles Donald Fox, Famous Film Folk, A Gallery of Life Portraits and Biographies, George H. Doran company, 1925

Once in a While…, Motion Picture Classic, December 1926

Nita Naldi Tells Inez She Prefers New York Stage to Hollywood Studios, Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 4, 1928

Enter the Vamp, 1937 Model, Rochester Weekly, n.d.1937, pp. 8-9

You Can Be Glamorous–Et Cetera, Regine Kurlander, Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 28, 1941

Still a Lot of Vim in the Vamp, Sidney Fields, New York Mirror, November 14, 1956

The Vamp Admits Film Sirens Now Are Sexier, Carol Taylor, New York World Telegram, September 13, 1952

Then and Now, Gay J. Talese, New York Times Magazine, October 16, 1955

Nita Naldi of Silent Films Dies, Won Fame Opposite Valentino, New York Times,  February 18, 1961