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Loretta Young, circa 1928

Loretta Young, c. 1930s

Loretta Young, circa 1924, by A.L Whitey Schafer. Picture courtesy of the John Kobal Foundation

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Loretta Young in Rachel and the Stranger (1948)

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Loretta Young in 1927 (at 14 yrs old). Young had a long and successful career. e.g. She started acting in films in 1917, She won the Academy Award for Best ...

American actor Loretta Young smiles in a satin dress possibly in a promotional portrait for the

Young in 1930

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Loretta Young Vintage 1942 George Hurrell Hollywood Regency Glamour Photograph

Loretta Young in I Like Your Nerve

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Demonstrating her jewellery decorations Loretta Young

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Loretta Young & Tyrone Power

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Loretta Young and her three real life sisters - Polly Ann Young, Georgiana…

Young in 1938

Loretta and baby Judy.

Artwork by Edward Steichen, Greta Garbo, Hollywood, Made of gelatin silver print

Loretta Young, Full Page Vintage Pinup

Loretta Young and her sisters Polly Ann and Elizabeth Jane.

Actress Mary Tyler Moore actress Loretta Young and actress Kitty Carlyle Hart attend the Museum of

The Loretta Young Show

Janet Gaynor

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And while Judy states in her book that she was born at “8612 Rindge Street” in Venice, I have been able to surmise (with about 99.9% certainty) that, ...

Beautiful Loretta Young Vintage Portrait From Photoplay Magazine Files

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American actress Loretta Young wearing a fur coat and hat while watching scenes being filmed during

Loretta Young (January 6, 1913 - August 12,

Shirley Temple, portrait as young girl. American former child actress b. 23 April

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American leading lady and First National player Loretta Young formerly Gretchen Young

Loretta Young (right) with her mother and sisters, 1930s

Loretta Young Quotes to live by “Believe in prayer, if you storm heaven with

Jean Harlow

Loretta Young Quotes to live by “I believe that prayer is our powerful contact with

From the trailer for Cause for Alarm! (1951). Young ...

Publicity shot of Loretta Young as Simonetta and Lon Chaney as Tito Beppi for Laugh, Clown, Laugh

Greta Garbo for Vanity Fair, Hollywood

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Loretta Young, Full Page Vintage Clipping

Portrait of Loretta Young

Collectors Corner ❤ We are featuring an Authorized Edition, original Loretta Young Paper Doll

ROBERT YOUNG SUPERB vintage 1935 ORIGINAL GEORGE HURRELL Dblw MGM PORTRAIT Photo

Loretta Young

Tyrone Power and Loretta Young in Suez (1938) (Truus, Bob &

American actors Irene Dunne and Loretta Young eat a meal from a picnic basket while attending

Darryl Zanuck, Edmund Gwenn, Loretta Young, Ronald Colman, Celeste Holm '20th

Quotes to Live by “Just after I entered my teens I suddenly entertained an insatiable

Loretta Young as Queen Nefertiti, colorized by facebook.com/colorizando

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Recently I finished reading Forever Young: The Life, Loves and Enduring Faith of a Hollywood Legend. Written by Joan Wester Anderson, it's the authorized ...

Polly Ann Young

Elizabeth Taylor

Vintage November 1940 Motion Picture Magazine - Loretta Young Cover

Key to the City - Clark Gable - Loretta Young - Movie Poster - Stock Image

Quotes to live by “A pleasant voice, which has to include clear enunciation,

1932 - Publicity Portrait For They Call It Sin First National Pictures One of the relatively

Nils Asther & Loretta Young - Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928) Old

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#12 Teenaged American Actress Loretta Young Wearing A 1920s Metallic Lace Evening Dress, 1928

Loretta Young and her second husband Tom Lewis

A couple dances at a club on Central Avenue in 1938. Los Angeles Times Photographic Archive. Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, ...

American actress Loretta Young circa 1940

Loretta Young and her sisters ~ When Loretta (Top Right) was two years old, her parents separated. She and her family moved to Hollywood when she was three ...

Quotes to Live by “I've learned that getting what you want gives you

Judy Lewis birth house (28 of 28)

Loretta Young in Show Girl in Hollywood

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Gloria DeHaven, MGM musical star of the 1940s, dies at 91

Dwayne Hickman

Actress Loretta Young actor Tom Selleck and actress Heather Locklear attend the 44th Annual Golden Globe

Call of the Wild (1935 film) - Image: Loretta Young Watching a Scene

Joan Crawford

"Not long before her death in Vanity Fair's annual Hollywood issue ran a full-page photo of Loretta Young, as she was at Well lit and minimally retouched ...

LORETTA YOUNG 8x10 Lab Photo 1942 STUNNING SOPHISTICATED GLAMOUR PORTRAIT

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'Born to be bad' staring Loretta Young and Cary Grant was released on this day in 1936 #onthisday #onthisdayinhistory #1930sfilms #lorettayoung #carygrant ...

Judy Lewis, Secret Daughter of Hollywood ~ Her mother was Loretta Young, and her father was Clark Gable. | Immortalized | Loretta young, Judy lewis, ...

Loretta Young and Richard Chamberlain attend Gala Benefiting The Children Leukemia Wing on March 3 1984

Loretta Young Quotes to live by Everything worthwhile, everything of any value, has its

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Janet Gaynor circa 1931

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…the luminous Loretta Young. And I couldn't be happier.