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Loretta Young's official published biography, Forever Young by Joan Wester Anderson, is available in limited numbers.
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Loretta Young

Few celebrities have enjoyed the professional longevity of the Hollywood actress Loretta Young, whose remarkable career stretched over seven decades - beginning as a child extra during the Silent Era of motion pictures, attaining star status as a romantic leading lady during Hollywood's Golden Age, and on into television as the host of her own popular dramatic series, The Loretta Young Show, on NBC.

Loretta Young: A Brief Biography

Loretta YoungShe was the first actor to win both an Academy Award and three television Emmy Awards, and aside from a twenty-year retirement was continuously before the cameras from the age of 12 through the early 1990s, making more than 250 film performances and appearing on more than 300 television programs.

A&E's biography summed up Miss Young as; "a symbol of beauty, serenity, and grace. But behind the glamour and stardom is a woman of substance whose true beauty lies in her dedication to her family, her faith, and her quest to live life with a purpose."

Loretta Young died on August 12, 2000, but her great screen presence - and that indefinable star quality she possessed - remain for us all to share.

The Loretta Young Collection

Relive the Golden Days of Television with episodes of Miss Young's classic series from the 1950's, which can be seen on satellite and cable television networks (check your local listings).

Miss Young’s family has also made available several different home video collections of the popular television series on both VHS and DVD format. 

Also, Miss Young's official published biography, Forever Young by Joan Wester Anderson, is available in limited numbers.

Check this website from time to time for exclusive e-Bay auctions of Miss Young’s personal items, certified by the Trustees of Miss Young’s Estate.

Available from The Entertainment Group:

The Loretta Young Show

  • Forever Young, The Authorized Biography of Loretta Young          
    By Joan Wester Anderson  (Book)

  • The Loretta Young Show Collection
    A collection of 14 of the most popular episodes of Loretta Young's classic television series of the 1950’s, includes special bonus materials for collectors. Released through Timeless Media Group

  • The Loretta Young Show First Season
    The first season of Loretta Young's classic television series of the 1950’s, includes special bonus materials for collectors. Released through Timeless Media Group

  • The Loretta Young Show Second Season
    The second season of Loretta Young's classic television series of the 1950’s, includes special bonus materials for collectors. Released through Timeless Media Group

  • The Loretta Young Show (available in VHS only)
    A collection of eight of Miss Young’s favorite episodes of her classic dramatic TV series from the 1950’s, packaged in a four VHS cassette set. Released through VCI Entertainment

  • Christine’s Children (The NEW Loretta Young Show) 
    This collection includes all 26 rarely seen episodes of Miss Young’s family situation/drama series that ran on CBS in 1962. Includes many bonus materials for the collector. Released through VCI Entertainment

  • The Road To Lourdes
    This DVD collection includes not only the rarely seen, hour-long episode of The Loretta Young Show originally titled The Road, but three other episodes featuring one of Miss Young’s favorite on-screen characters; Sister Ann.  Plus, many bonus materials for the collector. Released through VCI Entertainment.

  • Best of The Loretta Young Show: Seasons 3 & 4 (3 Discs)
    As aired on NBC on Sunday nights from 1953 to 1961, The Loretta Young Show constituted a 30-minute dramatic anthology series, perhaps most famous for its widely referenced introductions, that found Miss Young sweeping through her living room doorway wearing the latest in fashionable attire. The episodes in this particular collection originally aired in Season Three (1956-57) and Season Four (1957-58). Released through Timeless Media Group

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