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  1. En 1949, Young tuvo otra nominación al Óscar por su interpretación en Come to the Stable (Hablan las campanas), y en 1953 actuó en su última película, It Happens Every Thursday. Mudada a la televisión, presentó y protagonizó la serie de media hora de duración The Loretta Young Show.

  2. 12/08/2000 · Her last notable film appearances were in the films "Cause For Alarm" (1951) and "It Happens Every Thursday" (1953). She retired from films in 1953 to host her own TV series appropriately titled "The Loretta Young Show." The show was very successful, winning 3 Emmy awards. In 1961, she wrote a memoir entitled "The Things I Had to Learn."

  3. Loretta Young, née Gretchen Michaela Young le 6 janvier 1913 à Salt Lake City , et morte le 12 août 2000 à Los Angeles , est une actrice américaine. Elle est la sœur des actrices Polly Ann Young et Sally Blane .

  4. Loretta Young was born Gretchen Young in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 6, 1913, to Gladys (Royal) and John Earle Young. Her parents separated when Loretta was three years old. Her mother moved Loretta and her two older sisters to Southern California, where Mrs. Young ran a boarding house. When Loretta was 10, her mother married one of her ...

  5. 20/11/2000 · Nov. 20, 2000 -- Before she died in August of ovarian cancer, Oscar-winning actress Loretta Young admitted to having an affair with co-star Clark Gable — and that her “adopted” daughter ...

  6. The Loretta Young Show: With Loretta Young, John Milton Kennedy, Robert Foulk, John Newland. A drama anthology series hosted by actress Loretta Young. In addition to hosting the series, she played the lead in various episodes.

  7. 14/07/2015 · Loretta Young's family's tale about Clark Gable will change the way you think of the Old Hollywood star forever. Loretta Young’s children divulge shocking, horrific details about Clark Gable ...

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