The Loretta Young Show
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Thirty episodes from the series's debut season--including "Trial Run," "The Bronte Story," "Thanksgiving at Beaver Run," "The Clara Schumann Story," and "Forest Ranger"--are featured in a three-disc set. 13 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; featurettes; biography; bonus footage; trailers. **30 episodes on ... more
Thirty-one episodes from the third and fourth seasons--including "Christmas Stopover," "But for God's Grace," "Goodbye, Goodbye," "Somebody Else's Dream," and "The Countess"--are featured in a three-disc set. 12 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English. **31 episodes on 3 discs. 12 3/4 hrs.**
Celebrate the centennial of the late Loretta Young's birthday, this 17-disc set of programs features the very best episodes from the eight-season run of "The Loretta Young Show." As producer and star of the dramatic anthology series, the former cinema star delivers a spellbinding array of tales designed to answer challenging questions ... more
Originally broadcast as episodes of "The Loretta Young Show," the touching film "The Road" (1959) stars Young as a terminally ill woman who travels to Lourdes and has a life-changing experience at the famous shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary; Young plays Catholic nurse Sister Ann in "Three, and Two Please" (1956), bringing holiday ... more
Beloved star Loretta Young followed the success of her long-running anthology series with this 1962-63 drama. As Christina Massey, a widowed mother of seven in suburban Connecticut, Young makes a living as a magazine writer and is wooed by her editor and, eventually, husband (James Philbrook). All 26 episodes of the series are collected ... more