Loretta Young

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United States film and television actress (1913-2000)


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Trigiani's latest novel, All the Stars in the Heavens, is a fictional take on the real-life romance between two stars of Hollywood's golden age: Loretta Young and Clark Gable.
Washington, December 2 (ANI): Judy Lewis, the 'secret daughter' of actors Clark Gable and Loretta Young, has passed away due to cancer
Young became a big star in the '30s (with the studio keeping her image wholesome, silencing talk about her "love child" with Clark Gable by saying the baby was adopted), won an Oscar for 1947's "The Farmer's Daughter" and Emmys for "The Loretta Young Show," which ran on NBC from 1953-61.
He worked in films such as "It Happens Every Thursday" with Loretta Young and Truman Capote s "In Cold Blood.
I saw a film with Loretta Young, The Bishop's Wife.
Robinson, Robert Ryan, Spencer Tracy, John Wayne, Loretta Young, and Robert Young.
She was signed up by Sam Goldwyn for The Devil to Pay, but was replaced by Loretta Young.
Back when Bing Crosby, Loretta Young, and Natalie Wood were starring in holiday films like White Christmas, The Bishop's Wife, and Miracle on 34th Street, families didn't fly off to Paris without counting their kids, divorced dads didn't accidentally kill Santa, and nobody had any relatives or neighbors like the Griswolds.
They include Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, oil heiress Millicent Rogers, actresses Mary Pickford, Loretta Young, and Grace Kelly, author Clare Boothe Luce, and socialites Barbara "Babe" Paley and Mona Williams Bismarck.
Loretta Young, Irene Dunne, Gregory Peck, Jimmy Stewart and many others.
Loretta Young, William Holden and Robert Mitchum were here to film "Rachel and the Stranger" (1948).
Remember Bishop Sheen, the Loretta Young who used to sweep in in his swirling robes, and do his thing?
Los Angeles--Oscar-winning actress and TV star Loretta Young died in Los Angeles in August.
Loretta Young, the elegant beauty whose acting career extended from silent movies to television and included an Academy Award for best actress in The Farmer's Daughter, has died of ovarian cancer.