Loretta Young

Born:  January 6, 1913, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

1917:  The Primrose Ring, Sirens of the Sea

1919:  The Only Way

1921:  White and Unmarried, The Sheik

1927:  Naughty But Nice, Her Wild Oat

1928:  The Whip Woman, Laugh Clown Laugh, The Magnificent Flirt, The Head Man, Scarlet Seas

1929:  Seven Footprints To Satan, The Squall, The Girl In the Glass Cage, Fast Life, The Careless Age, The Forward Press, The Show of Shows

1930:  Loose Ankles, The Man From Blankley’s, Show Girl In Hollywood, The Second Floor Mystery, Road To Paradise, Kismet, The Truth About Youth, The Devil To Pay!

1931:  Beau Ideal, The Right of Way, Three Girls Lost, Too Young To Marry, Big Business Girl, I Like Your Nerve, Platinum Blonde, The Ruling Voice

1932:  Taxi!, The Hatchet Man, Play Girl, Week-End Marriage, Life Begins, They Call It Sin

1933:  Employees’ Entrance, Grand Slam, Zoo In Budapest, The Life of Jimmy Dolan, Heroes For Sale, Midnight Mary, She Had To Say Yes, The Devil’s In Love, Man’s Castle

1934:  Caravan, The House of Rothschild, Born To Be Bad, Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back, The White Parade

1935:   Clive Of India, Shanghai, Call of the Wild, The Crusades

1936:  The Unguarded Hour, Private Number, Ramona, Ladies In Love

1937:  Love Is News, Cafe Metropole, Love Under Fire, Wife Doctor and Nurse, Second Honeymoon

1938:  Four Men and a Prayer, Three Blind Mice, Suez, Kentucky

1939:  Wife Husband and Friend, The Story of Alexander Graham Bell, Eternally Yours

1940:  The Doctor Takes A Wife, He Stayed For Breakfast

1041:  The Lady From Cheyenne, The Men In Her Life, Bedtime Story

1942:  A Night To Remember

1943:  China

1944:  Ladies Courageous, And Now Tomorrow

1945:  Along Came Jones

1946:  The Stranger

1947:  The Perfect Marriage, The Farmer’s Daughter  (Oscar Winner: Best Actress), The Bishop’s Wife

1948:  Rachel and the Stranger

1949:  The Accused, Mother is A Freshman, Come To The Stable  (Oscar Nomination: Best Actress)

1950:  Key to the City

1951:  Cause For The Alarm!, Half Angel

1952:  Paula

1953:  It Happens Every Thursday

 

Died:  August 12, 2000, Los Angeles, California.

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