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List of Loretta Young Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Man from Blankley's (1930)
16
6
The Man from Blankley's
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6
Role:
Margery Seaton
Starring:
John Barrymore, Emily Fitzroy, William Austin, Albert Gran
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
2. The Bishop's Wife (1947)
28
2
The Bishop's Wife
28
2

After all his efforts to raise money for a cathedral fails, a Bishop Henry Brougham finds himself quite depressed. However, his life takes an interesting turn, after he is visited by Dudley, who claims to be an angel. Henry is a bit annoyed, but his wife takes kindly to Dudley.

Role:
Julia Brougham
Starring:
Cary Grant, David Niven, Elsa Lanchester, Monty Woolley, James Gleason
Directed By:
Henry Koster
3. The Farmer's Daughter (1947)
26
2
The Farmer's Daughter
26
2
Role:
Katrin Holstrom
Starring:
James Arness, Ethel Barrymore, Charles Bickford, Rose Hobart
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
4. Her Wild Oat (1927)
13
4
Her Wild Oat
13
4
Starring:
Martha Mattox, Colleen Moore, Hallam Cooley, Gwen Lee
Directed By:
Marshall Neilan
5. Rachel and the Stranger (1948)
27
2
Rachel and the Stranger
27
2
Role:
Rachel
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, William Holden, Tom Tully, Gary Gray
Directed By:
Norman Foster
6. Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928)
14
3
Laugh, Clown, Laugh
14
3
Role:
Simonetta
Starring:
Lon Chaney, Nils Asther, Cissy Fitzgerald, Bernard Siegel
Directed By:
Herbert Brenon
7. Heroes for Sale (1933)
11
3
Heroes for Sale
11
3

Heroes for Sale is a drama film which takes a look at the life of Thomas Holmes, a veteran of the Great War, who is struggling to live a normal life, and find a job during the time of the Great Depression. Meanwhile, he also tries to deal with, and to get over his morphine addiction.

Role:
Ruth
Starring:
Richard Barthelmess, Aline MacMahon, Robert Barrat, Gordon Westcott
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
8. The Stranger (1946)
17
3
The Stranger
17
3

Wilson is a member of the War Crimes Commission, who travels to Harper, hoping to find Franz Kindler, whom he believes to the mastermind who planned the Holocaust. However, now he has taken on a new identity.

Role:
Mary Longstreet
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Orson Welles, Richard Long, Philip Merivale
Directed By:
9. Man's Castle (1933)
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3
Man's Castle
16
3

Bill takes pity on a starving woman named Trina, after meeting her in a city park. He takes her to a fancy restaurant, but after finishing, he causes a ruckus, as he has no money as well. The manager has no option but to let them go. After learning that Trina is homeless, he decides to allow her to stay in his ramshackle home. They soon fall in love, but things get complicated when Trina tells him that she is now pregnant.

Role:
Trina
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Glenda Farrell, Marjorie Rambeau, Walter Connolly
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
10. Come to the Stable (1949)
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2
Come to the Stable
16
2

Sister Margaret and Sister Scholastica come to the small New England town of Bethlehem to build a children’s hospital. They want to fulfill a promise they made to God. But they not only meet opposition from local composer Bob Masen, arranging the required funds proves to be an even bigger challenge. 

Role:
Sister Margaret
Starring:
Celeste Holm, Elsa Lanchester, Hugh Marlowe, Thomas Gomez
Directed By:
Henry Koster
11. The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939)
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2
The Story of Alexander Graham Bell
19
2

A fictionalized retelling of the life of inventor Alexander Graham Bell, the movie follows Bell, as he invents the telephone with the aid and support of his wife Mabel and friend Thomas A. Watson. It also focuses on the legal battle against Western Union on the matter of the patent. 

Role:
Mrs. Mabel Hubbard Bell
Starring:
Don Ameche, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn, Gene Lockhart, Don Ameche
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
12. Love Is News (1937)
16
3
Love Is News
16
3

Love is News is a romantic comedy film, which tells the story of a prying newspaper reporter who goes after a rich heiress, to get an exclusive story with her. Annoyed with the articles that he published, she announces to the press that she is engaged to him. 

Role:
Tony Gateson
Starring:
Stepin Fetchit, Don Ameche, Slim Summerville, Dudley Digges
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
13. Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)
15
2
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back
15
2

While returning back home after attending partner Algy’s wedding, British detective Captain Hugh ‘Bulldog’ Drummond wanders into an old mansion in search of a telephone, where he finds a corpse. But the body disappears as Drummond calls the police. With friend Algy and the dead man’s daughter, Lola, Drummond uncovers Achmed’s evil plot to get illicit cargo in London. But the annoyed Achmed resolves to hunt down Drummond.

Role:
Lola Field
Starring:
Lucille Ball, Ronald Colman, Charles Butterworth, C. Aubrey Smith, Una Merkel
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
14. Employees' Entrance (1933)
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2
Employees' Entrance
11
2

Kurt Anderson is the ruthless general manager of the Monroe department store, and it is his brutal but efficient strategies that make the store a financial powerhouse. A compulsive womanizer, he also feels that women only seek financial security and to control their husbands. He also views marital commitment as incompatible with running a successful business. When a beautiful young woman named Madeline is in need of a job, he hires her, after spending a night together with her. However, things get complicated when she falls for another employee at the store named Martin West.

Role:
Madeline
Starring:
Hale Hamilton, Alice White, Wallace Ford, Warren William
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
15. The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940)
15
3
The Doctor Takes a Wife
15
3

Some misunderstandings lead the press to believe that June Cameron, the author of bestsellers on women’s issues, is married to university lecturer, neurologist Dr. Timothy Sterling. They both go along the pretense and use it to their advantage. But all is not smooth sailing, because the two dislike each other, and Tim’s girlfriend Marilyn is not convinced that the marriage is fake. 

Role:
June Cameron
Starring:
Ray Milland, Edmund Gwenn, Gail Patrick, Reginald Gardiner
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
16. Midnight Mary (1933)
12
3
Midnight Mary
12
3

A young and beautiful woman is on trial for murder. In flashbacks, the rest of the film shows us her struggles and how she became an orphan at a young age. With lack of employment, to overcome her poverty, she gets involved with gangsters. At a brothel, she meets a young lawyer, belonging to a wealthy and prestigious family, who falls for her, and tries to help her turn her life around. However, she decides not to involve him in her life, and cause him trouble. 

Role:
Mary Martin
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Una Merkel, Andy Devine, Franchot Tone
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
17. The Sheik (1921)
10
3
The Sheik
10
3
Starring:
Agnes Ayres, Rudolph Valentino, Frank Butler, Ruth Miller
Directed By:
George Melford
18. And Now Tomorrow (1944)
12
3
And Now Tomorrow
12
3

Dr. Merek Vance, who has developed a serum to cure deafness, tries it on Emily Blair, who is rich but deaf. However, it doesn’t prove effective. Meanwhile, Emily’s sister Janice is having an affair with Emily’s fiancé, Jeff. Emily insists on trying Merek’s new serum, but falls in coma. Now, will Emily get over her deafness and marry the man she loves? 

Role:
Emily Blair
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Elinor Donahue, Susan Hayward, Beulah Bondi, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Irving Pichel
19. Show Girl in Hollywood (1930)
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2
Show Girl in Hollywood
11
2

Dixie is an actress who comes across Frank, a director, who promises her an opportunity in Hollywood. However, when Dixie arrives in California, she is disappointed to see that Frank has been fired from the studio.

Starring:
Al Jolson, Blanche Sweet, Ford Sterling, Jack Mulhall, John Miljan
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
20. Because of You (1952)
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2
Because of You
17
2
Role:
Christine Carroll Kimberly
Starring:
Frances Dee, Jeff Chandler, Alex Nicol, Alexander Scourby
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
21. Call of the Wild (1935)
13
2
Call of the Wild
13
2

Jack Thornton is traveling across Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush. To help him towards the treasure, he purchases a dog named Buck to lead the way. However, after he meets a woman named Claire, who was abandoned by her husband in the Alaskan wilderness, he finds himself attracted to her, and reconsiders his journey.

Role:
Claire Blake
Starring:
Clark Gable, Jack Oakie, Reginald Owen, Frank Conroy
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
22. Kismet (1930)
11
2
Kismet
11
2
Role:
Marsinah
Starring:
Sidney Blackmer, Mary Duncan, Otis Skinner, David Manners
Directed By:
John Francis Dillon
23. The Accused (1949)
12
2
The Accused
12
2
Role:
Dr. Wilma Tuttle
Starring:
Sam Jaffe, Robert Cummings, Douglas Dick, Wendell Corey
Directed By:
William Dieterle
24. Bedtime Story (1941)
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2
Bedtime Story
11
2

The wife wants to retire from stage. But her playwright husband continues to work on his upcoming play, which is being written especially for her. Frustrated with that, she decides to leave home and get a divorce. But the husband is not ready to give up either, hatching up numerous plans to stop her not only from retiring, but also from leaving him. 

Role:
Jane Drake
Starring:
Fredric March, Robert Benchley, Allyn Joslyn, Eve Arden
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
25. Zoo in Budapest (1933)
10
2
Zoo in Budapest
10
2
Role:
Eve
Starring:
Paul Fix, O.P. Heggie, Wally Albright, Gene Raymond
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
26. Platinum Blonde (1931)
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2
Platinum Blonde
11
2

Platinum Blonde is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a heartless young woman from a rich family who gets married to a reporter impulsively. Complications arise in their marriage as both feel that it is the other who needs to change.

Role:
Gallagher
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Reginald Owen, Halliwell Hobbes, Robert Williams
Directed By:
Frank Capra
27. A Night to Remember (1942)
15
3
A Night to Remember
15
3
Role:
Nancy Troy
Starring:
Sidney Toler, Brian Aherne, William Wright, Jeff Donnell
Directed By:
Richard Wallace
28. The House of Rothschild (1934)
11
2
The House of Rothschild
11
2
Role:
Julie Rothschild
Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, George Arliss, Robert Young, Boris Karloff
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield, Alfred L. Werker
29. China (1943)
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3
China
13
3

During the Japanese invasion of China, a cynical and macho profiteer meets a beautiful schoolteacher. Along with his friend, he helps protect her, her schoolgirls as well as a baby from the Japanese military.

Role:
Carolyn Grant
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Philip Ahn, William Bendix, Iris Wong
Directed By:
30. Private Number (1936)
11
2
Private Number
11
2
Role:
Ellen Neal
Starring:
Patsy Kelly, Robert Taylor, Basil Rathbone, Joe E. Lewis
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
31. Café Metropole (1937)
10
2
Café Metropole
10
2
Role:
Laura Ridgeway
Starring:
George Herbert, Adolphe Menjou, Charles Winninger, Gregory Ratoff
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
32. He Stayed for Breakfast (1940)
11
2
He Stayed for Breakfast
11
2
Role:
Marianne Duval
Starring:
Eugene Pallette, Melvyn Douglas, Una O'Connor, Alan Marshal
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
33. Suez (1938)
11
2
Suez
11
2
Role:
Countess Eugenie de Montijo
Starring:
Joseph Schildkraut, Tyrone Power, Annabella, J. Edward Bromberg
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
34. Seven Footprints to Satan (1929)
10
3
Seven Footprints to Satan
10
3

Just the day before Jim is supposed to depart to Africa, he is kidnapped along with his fiancée Eve, by what seems to be a satanic cult. Jim is put through multiple strange adventures in this old house, and eventually he is confronted by the devil himself who wants to put him to a final test.

Starring:
Creighton Hale, Sheldon Lewis, William V. Mong, Sôjin Kamiyama
Directed By:
Benjamin Christensen
35. Taxi! (1932)
11
2
Taxi!
11
2

Veteran taxi driver Pop Riley dies in jail after killing a criminal responsible for destroying his cab. Another young cabby, Matt Nolan, and part of a resistance against the same criminals who want to control the cab industry falls for Riley’s daughter Sue, pulling her again into a world of violence. 

Role:
Sue Riley Nolan
Starring:
James Cagney, Guy Kibbee, George E. Stone, Leila Bennett
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
36. Three Blind Mice (1938)
11
2
Three Blind Mice
11
2

Three Blind Mice is a romantic comedy film which revolves around three sisters who receive a small inheritance, after which they decide to leave their farms, and go in search of wealthy husbands. While one of them pretends to be a wealthy socialite, the other two pretend to be her staff.

Role:
Pamela Charters
Starring:
David Niven, Stuart Erwin, Joel McCrea, Marjorie Weaver
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
37. Along Came Jones (1945)
13
2
Along Came Jones
13
2
Role:
Cherry de Longpre
Starring:
Gary Cooper, Dan Duryea, William Demarest, Frank Sully
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
38. The Crusades (1935)
9
2
The Crusades
9
2

King Richard of England does not wish to marry Princess Alice of France, so he agrees to be a part of the Third Crusade and embarks on a journey to the Holy Land of Jerusalem. On their way, he weds Princess Berengaria of Navarre who is later captured by Saladin, Sultan of Islam. Meanwhile, there is an internal plot to assassinate Richard too.

Role:
Berengaria - Princess of Navarre
Starring:
John Carradine, C. Aubrey Smith, Joseph Schildkraut, Ian Keith, Katherine DeMille
Directed By:
39. The Devil to Pay! (1930)
10
2
The Devil to Pay!
TV-G
10
2

When Willie returns home from East Africa, once again a failure, his aristocrat father is furious. However, Willie smooth talks him into letting him stay and then goes on to use his charm on an heiress, who is also a family friend. Impressed, she breaks her engagement to a Russian Grand Duke; but imposes one condition; that he will never see his old girlfriend. 

Role:
Dorothy
Starring:
Ronald Colman, David Torrence, Frederick Kerr, Florence Britton
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice
40. Life Begins (1932)
9
2
Life Begins
9
2
Role:
Grace Sutton
Starring:
Glenda Farrell, Eric Linden, Aline MacMahon, Clara Blandick
Directed By:
James Flood, Elliott Nugent
41. The Men in Her Life (1941)
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3
The Men in Her Life
13
3
Role:
Lina Varsavina
Starring:
Conrad Veidt, Dean Jagger, Shepperd Strudwick, Eugenie Leontovich
Directed By:
Gregory Ratoff
42. Caravan (1934)
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2
Caravan
12
2

Wilma is a young countess who must either wed by midnight or lose her entire inheritance. She chooses a gypsy vagabond named Latzi, and he eventually agrees to their marriage, after she offers him a good amount of money. Wilma soon falls for a young Lieutenant Von Tokay. Things get complicated because Tokay is himself in love with another woman, who happens to be Latzi's sweetheart.

Role:
Countess Wilma
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Louise Fazenda, Phillips Holmes, Jean Parker
Directed By:
Erik Charell
43. The White Parade (1934)
9
2
The White Parade
9
2
Role:
June Arden
Starring:
John Boles, Dorothy Wilson, Astrid Allwyn, Muriel Kirkland
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
44. Cause for Alarm! (1951)
15
3
Cause for Alarm!
15
3
Role:
Ellen Jones
Starring:
Carl Switzer, Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, Barry Sullivan, Margalo Gillmore, Bruce Cowling
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
45. The Life of Jimmy Dolan (1933)
10
3
The Life of Jimmy Dolan
10
3

An acclaimed boxer Jimmy Dolan, kills a reporter accidentally at a party. However, he escapes and hides at a home for crippled children, with the help of Mrs Moore, who runs the home. However, a detective recognizes him eventually, and now it is up to Jimmy, to decide whether he will escape or face his responsibilities to the children.  

Role:
Peggy
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, John Wayne, Lyle Talbot, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Guy Kibbee
Directed By:
Archie Mayo
46. The Unguarded Hour (1936)
9
2
The Unguarded Hour
9
2
Role:
Lady Helen Dearden
Starring:
Roland Young, Lewis Stone, Franchot Tone, Jessie Ralph
Directed By:
Sam Wood
47. Paula (1952)
10
2
Paula
10
2
Role:
Paula Rogers
Starring:
Alexander Knox, Kent Smith, Otto Hulett, Tommy Rettig
Directed By:
Rudolph Maté
48. The Perfect Marriage (1947)
13
2
The Perfect Marriage
13
2

Dale and Jenny have been married for ten years, and they have a nine year old daughter as well. Both have separate careers, and everything seems to be going well until one day, on the occasion of their tenth anniversary, both of them decide that they want a divorce.

Role:
Maggie Williams
Starring:
Eddie Albert, David Niven, Virginia Field, Charles Ruggles
Directed By:
Lewis Allen
49. The Lady from Cheyenne (1941)
12
2
The Lady from Cheyenne
12
2
Role:
Annie Morgan
Starring:
Edward Arnold, Frank Craven, Gladys George, Robert Preston
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
50. Shanghai (1935)
9
2
Shanghai
9
2

Barbara Howard is a young socialite from New York, who is in Shanghai to pay a visit to her sick aunt Barbara. She soon falls in love with a Russian businessman named Dmitri Koslov. Things seem to go well between them, but Dmitri hides the fact that he is actually half-Russian.

Role:
Barbara Howard
Starring:
Charles Boyer, Warner Oland, Alison Skipworth, Fred Keating
Directed By:
James Flood
51. Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937)
9
2
Wife, Doctor and Nurse
9
2
Role:
Ina Heath Lewis
Starring:
Jane Darwell, Sidney Blackmer, Warner Baxter, Virginia Bruce
Directed By:
Walter Lang
52. Kentucky (1938)
11
2
Kentucky
11
2

Kentucky is a romantic drama sports film, which tells the story of two lovers, Jack and Sally. However, when Sally realizes that Jack’s family was behind her great-grandfather’s death, she finds it difficult to trust him.  

Role:
Sally Goodwin
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Karen Morley, Douglass Dumbrille, Richard Greene
Directed By:
David Butler
53. Second Honeymoon (1937)
11
2
Second Honeymoon
11
2
Role:
Vicky Benton
Starring:
Stuart Erwin, Claire Trevor, Tyrone Power, Marjorie Weaver
Directed By:
Walter Lang
54. Mother Is a Freshman (1949)
14
3
Mother Is a Freshman
14
3
Role:
Abigail Fortitude Abbott
Starring:
Rudy Vallee, Van Johnson, Robert Arthur, Barbara Lawrence
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
55. Key to the City (1950)
12
2
Key to the City
12
2

Key to the City is a 1950 American romantic comedy film that tells the story of two mayors, who despite their contrasting personalities and views, get attracted to each other.  

Role:
Clarissa Standish
Starring:
Raymond Burr, Clark Gable, Frank Morgan, Marilyn Maxwell
Directed By:
George Sidney
56. Ladies in Love (1936)
10
2
Ladies in Love
10
2

Ladies in Love is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the love stories of three working girls living together in a shared apartment, as they look for ways to impress their dates. 

Role:
Susie Schmidt
Starring:
Janet Gaynor, Don Ameche, Constance Bennett, Simone Simon
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
57. The Second Floor Mystery (1930)
10
2
The Second Floor Mystery
10
2
Role:
Marion Ferguson
Starring:
Claire McDowell, H.B. Warner, Grant Withers, Sidney Bracey
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
58. Wife, Husband and Friend (1939)
11
2
Wife, Husband and Friend
11
2
Role:
Doris Borland
Starring:
Warner Baxter, George Barbier, Binnie Barnes, Cesar Romero
Directed By:
Gregory Ratoff
59. Born to Be Bad (1934)
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2
Born to Be Bad
12
2

Born to Be Bad is the story of an unwed mother and her young son. When the son meets with a street accident, the mother tries to raise money first by blackmailing the driver, a wealthy businessman, and then by seducing him. But when she finally succeeds in doing so, engineering a break up in the businessman’s marriage, she has a change of heart.

Role:
Letty Strong
Starring:
Cary Grant, Henry Travers, Marion Burns, Jackie Kelk
Directed By:
Jack Conway, Lowell Sherman
60. The Hatchet Man (1932)
9
2
The Hatchet Man
9
2

When hatchet man, Wong, is ordered to kill his childhood friend he has to comply. So when he goes to perform the act, he finds his friend preparing for his own death. He however asks Wong to take care of his daughter and marry her when she grows older.  While Wong swears that she will never know what sorrow is how far is he ready to go to keep his promise? 

Role:
Sun Toya San
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Edmund Breese, Leslie Fenton, Dudley Digges
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
61. Clive of India (1935)
9
2
Clive of India
9
2

Clive of India is an American historical biographical film, which revolves around the life of Robert Clive, who is known for laying the foundation of the British Empire in India. The film is based on a play of the same name by RJ Minney. 

Role:
Margaret Maskelyne
Starring:
John Carradine, Don Ameche, Ronald Colman, C. Aubrey Smith, Colin Clive, Francis Lister
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski
62. They Call It Sin (1932)
10
3
They Call It Sin
10
3
Role:
Marion Cullen
Starring:
David Manners, Una Merkel, George Brent, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
63. Ramona (1936)
10
2
Ramona
10
2

Ramona, a lovely part-Indian girl brought up on a wealthy ranch, is wooed by the Spanish ranch-owner’s son Felipe, but she doesn’t reciprocate his feelings, while his family disapproves of his interest in her. When the Indians arrive for the yearly visit, their leader, Alessandro, and Ramona fall in love. When the ranch-owner tells her to join a convent, Ramona sneaks away with Alessandro. 

Role:
Ramona
Starring:
John Carradine, Don Ameche, Jane Darwell, Pauline Frederick, Kent Taylor
Directed By:
Henry King
64. Half Angel (1951)
12
2
Half Angel
12
2
Role:
Nora Gilpin
Starring:
Cecil Kellaway, Joseph Cotten, Jim Backus, Basil Ruysdael
Directed By:
Richard Sale
65. It Happens Every Thursday (1953)
9
2
It Happens Every Thursday
9
2

Bob and his wife Jane are tired of their hectic life in the middle of New York City. Despite having a successful career, Bob decides to abandon his position of a reporter, and moves with Jane to a little town in California, where he buys the struggling newspaper of the area. However, since their city ways don’t go well with their new neighbors, things get complicated.

Role:
Jane MacAvoy
Starring:
John Forsythe, Frank McHugh, Edgar Buchanan, Gregg Palmer
Directed By:
Joseph Pevney
66. The Devil's in Love (1933)
9
2
The Devil's in Love
9
2

A military doctor is wrongly convicted of murdering the major who had transferred him to another outpost. However, he manages his escape, after which he assumes another identity and tries to prove his innocence. He is aided by his friend Jean, but he soon starts developing feelings for Margot, the woman Jean is engaged to.

Role:
Margot Lesesne
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Vivienne Osborne, Herbert Mundin, C. Henry Gordon
Directed By:
William Dieterle
67. Hollywood Extra Girl (1935)
9
2
Hollywood Extra Girl
9
2
Starring:
Cecil B. DeMille, Clara Kimball Young, Joseph Schildkraut, George Barbier
Directed By:
Herbert Moulton
68. Love Under Fire (1937)
10
2
Love Under Fire
10
2
Role:
Myra Cooper
Starring:
John Carradine, Don Ameche, Walter Catlett, Frances Drake
Directed By:
George Marshall
69. Four Men and a Prayer (1938)
10
2
Four Men and a Prayer
TV-PG
10
2

After being discharged dishonorably, for issuing a costly and fatal order, Colonel Loring Leigh, is murdered before he could prove his innocence as a victim of a conspiracy. Therefore his sons seek the ones who are guilty, and also attempt to restore the integrity of their father. 

Role:
Miss Lynn Cherrington
Starring:
John Carradine, David Niven, George Sanders, Richard Greene, William Henry
Directed By:
70. The Show of Shows (1929)
9
2
The Show of Shows
9
2

The film gave a chance to the 1929 audiences to see and hear the famous stars of silent movies for the first time. Frank Fay is the Emcee of this music-comedy revue, where the well-known names of the silent era, actors from first ‘talkie’ movies,  and the Broadway stars perform in a series of musical, dramatic and comedy acts.

Starring:
Ann Sothern, John Barrymore, Hobart Bosworth, H.B. Warner
Directed By:
John G. Adolfi
71. Loose Ankles (1930)
9
2
Loose Ankles
9
2
Role:
Ann Harper Berry
Starring:
Otis Harlan, Louise Fazenda, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Daphne Pollard
Directed By:
Ted Wilde
72. Play Girl (1932)
9
2
Play Girl
9
2
Role:
Buster 'Bus' Green Dennis
Starring:
Norman Foster, Guy Kibbee, Winnie Lightner, Dorothy Burgess
Directed By:
Ray Enright
73. The Ruling Voice (1931)
9
2
The Ruling Voice
TV-G
9
2

The Ruling Voice is a crime drama film which tells the story of Jack Bannister, a crime lord, who heads a racketeering group. When his daughter refuses to use his illegal money, he decides to reconsider his involvement in this trade, and decides to move away from the crime world.

Role:
Gloria Bannister
Starring:
Walter Huston, David Manners, Dudley Digges, Doris Kenyon
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
74. Eternally Yours (1939)
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2
Eternally Yours
12
2

After being infatuated by a magician during one of his shows, Anita leaves her fiance Don and gets married with the former. However, she later finds out that her life is not as magical as she expected it would be. 

Role:
Anita Halstead
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, David Niven, Billie Burke, Hugh Herbert, C. Aubrey Smith
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
75. She Had to Say Yes (1933)
8
2
She Had to Say Yes
8
2
Role:
Florence Denny
Starring:
Regis Toomey, Hugh Herbert, Lyle Talbot, Winnie Lightner
Directed By:
George Amy, Busby Berkeley
76. Big Business Girl (1931)
8
2
Big Business Girl
8
2
Role:
Claire 'Mac' McIntyre
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Frank Albertson, Joan Blondell, Frank Darien
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
77. Ladies Courageous (1944)
8
2
Ladies Courageous
8
2

Ladies Courageous is an adventure war drama film which takes us to the time of the Second World War. It tells us the story of a female aviator who forms the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron.

Role:
Roberta Harper
Starring:
Blake Edwards, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Evelyn Ankers, Anne Gwynne
Directed By:
John Rawlins
78. Week-End Marriage (1932)
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2
Week-End Marriage
TV-G
8
2
Role:
Lola Davis Hayes
Starring:
Norman Foster, Aline MacMahon, Grant Mitchell, George Brent
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
79. Road to Paradise (1930)
8
2
Road to Paradise
TV-G
8
2
Role:
Mary Brennan / Margaret Waring
Starring:
Kathlyn Williams, Raymond Hatton, Jack Mulhall, George Barraud
Directed By:
William Beaudine
80. The Truth About Youth (1930)
8
2
The Truth About Youth
8
2
Role:
Phyllis Ericson
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, Conway Tearle, Myrna Loy, David Manners
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
81. Grand Slam (1933)
8
2
Grand Slam
8
2
Role:
Marcia Stanislavsky
Starring:
Paul Lukas, Glenda Farrell, Frank McHugh, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green, William Dieterle
82. How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 8: 'The Brassie' (1931)
8
2
How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 8: 'The Brassie'
8
2
Role:
Loretta (uncredited)
Starring:
Claude Gillingwater, Allan Lane, Bobby Jones, Greffoz
Directed By:
George Marshall
83. The Stolen Jools (1931)
8
2
The Stolen Jools
8
2

This 1931 short film revolves around the stolen pearls of Norma Shearer. After the theft, a detective is sent to interrogate the party guests, most of which are famous Hollywood stars. 

Starring:
Joan Crawford, Irene Dunne, Maurice Chevalier, Buster Keaton, Barbara Stanwyck, Norma Shearer, Victor McLaglen
Directed By:
William C. McGann, John G. Adolfi, Thomas Atkins, Harold S. Bucquet, Victor Heerman
84. Three Girls Lost (1931)
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2
Three Girls Lost
9
2

Noreen, Edna and Marcia are three small-town girls who arrive in the big city in search of excitement and glamour. They stay in a rented apartment together. When one day Marcia is locked out without her key, a handsome architect named Gordon helps her get in and he also starts flirting with her. He also gets her a job working for a gangster named William Marriott. However, Marriott is soon murdered, and it is suspected that Gordon killed him out of jealousy, due to Marriott’s relationship with Marcia.

Role:
Norene McMann
Starring:
John Wayne, Joyce Compton, Lew Cody, Joan Marsh
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
85. I Like Your Nerve (1931)
8
2
I Like Your Nerve
8
2
Role:
Diane Forsythe
Starring:
Henry Kolker, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Claud Allister, Edmund Breon
Directed By:
William C. McGann
86. Beau Ideal (1931)
8
2
Beau Ideal
8
2
Starring:
Ralph Forbes, Otto Matieson, Don Alvarado, Frank McCormick
Directed By:
Herbert Brenon
87. The Forward Pass (1929)
7
1
The Forward Pass
7
1
Role:
Patricia Carlyle
Starring:
John Wayne, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Marion Byron, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
88. The Squall (1929)
7
1
The Squall
7
1
Role:
Irma
Starring:
Richard Tucker, Zasu Pitts, Alice Joyce, Carroll Nye
Directed By:
Alexander Korda
89. The Right of Way (1931)
8
1
The Right of Way
TV-G
8
1
Role:
Rosalie Evantural
Starring:
Conrad Nagel, Snitz Edwards, Fred Kohler, William Janney
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
90. Scarlet Seas (1928)
11
2
Scarlet Seas
11
2
Role:
Margaret Barbour
Starring:
Richard Barthelmess, Jack Curtis, Betty Compson, James Bradbury Sr.
Directed By:
John Francis Dillon
91. Too Young to Marry (1931)
9
2
Too Young to Marry
9
2
Role:
Elaine Bumpstead
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, Grant Withers, O.P. Heggie, Emma Dunn
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
92. Sirens of the Sea (1917)
8
2
Sirens of the Sea
8
2
Starring:
Sydney Deane, Louise Lovely, Carmel Myers, Jack Mulhall
Directed By:
Allen Holubar
93. Naughty But Nice (1927)
7
1
Naughty But Nice
7
1
Starring:
Colleen Moore, Claude Gillingwater, Hallam Cooley, Kathryn McGuire
Directed By:
Millard Webb

TV Movie(s)

1. Christmas Eve (1986)
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2
Christmas Eve
17
2
Role:
Amanda Kingsley
Starring:
Ron Leibman, Season Hubley, Trevor Howard, Arthur Hill
Directed By:
Stuart Cooper
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
2. Lady in the Corner (1989)
9
2
Lady in the Corner
9
2
Role:
Grace Guthrie
Starring:
Lois Maxwell, Brian Keith, Roscoe Lee Browne, Christopher Neame
Directed By:
Peter Levin

TV Shows and Videos

Letter to Loretta (1953)
Letter to Loretta
Role:
Herself - Hostess / ... (221 episodes, 1953-1961)
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Elizabeth Montgomery, Jack Lord, Hume Cronyn, Frances Bavier, Cloris Leachman, Teresa Wright
Directed By:
John Newland, Richard Donner, Jeffrey Hayden, Norman Foster, Harry Keller
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Television Achievement, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Dramatic Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Continuing Performance by an Actress in a Dramatic Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress Starring in a Regular Series
The New Loretta Young Show (1962)
The New Loretta Young Show
Role:
Christine Massey (26 episodes, 1962-1963)
Starring:
James Philbrook, Tracy Stratford, Cindy Carol, Sandy Descher
Family Theatre (1949)
Family Theatre
Starring:
James Dean, Don Ameche, Raymond Burr, Ethel Barrymore, Nelson Leigh, Regis Toomey
Directed By:
Arthur Pierson

Loretta Young Awards

Academy Awards
The Farmer's Daughter Best Actress in a Leading Role 1948
Golden Globe Awards
Christmas Eve Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television 1987
Letter to Loretta Television Achievement 1959
Primetime Emmy Awards
Letter to Loretta Best Actress in a Leading Role (Continuing Character) in a Dramatic Series 1959
Letter to Loretta Best Continuing Performance by an Actress in a Dramatic Series 1957
Letter to Loretta Best Actress Starring in a Regular Series 1955