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Loretta Young Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph "The Farmer's Daughter"

Young, Loretta  Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph The FarmerS Daughter
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Young, Loretta Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph "The Farmer'S Daughter"
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Young, Loretta  Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph The FarmerS DaughterYoung, Loretta  Portrait Print 1962 Signed Autograph The FarmerS Daughter
This item is an 8" X 10 1/2",black and white print of a charcoal portrait of actress Loretta Young. The portrait print is from 1962 and features Loretta Young as she starred in the 1947 RKO Radio Movie-"The Farmer's Daughter".Born Gretchen Young, her family moved to Hollywood and she began appearing (at age four) as a child extra in movies, as did her sisters (one of whom later became known as actress Sally Blane). At 14, she got a small supporting role in Naughty but Nice (1927), which led to a screen contract. She moved quickly from teenager to ingénue to leading lady roles, appearing in many films and successfully making the transition to the sound era. By the mid-'30s, she was an established star, usually cast in decorative roles in routine programmers. For her work in The Farmer's Daughter (1947) she won the Best Actress Oscar, and was nominated again for Come to the Stable (1949). After a consistently busy screen career of 25 years, she retired from films in 1953 to host the TV series The Loretta Young Show, a weekly half-hour teleplay; she appeared in about half of the show's episodes, winning three Emmy Awards. Since the early '60s, she has devoted most of her energies to Catholic charities. She has been married twice. In 1930, she made headlines when, at age 17, she eloped with actor Grant Withers. However, the marriage was annulled after a year. She later married producer and writer Thomas Lewis, from whom she eventually separated. She authored the memoir The Things I Had to Learn (1961). The portrait print has been autographed on the front by Loretta Young with a fountain pen in blue............BOTH PORTRAIT PRINT AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION................