She was an enduring star of silver screen and early television. Loretta Young began her movie career as a teenager in silent films and achieved lasting stature as a true leading lady, always lovely and almost serene, ladylike and elegant. She then reigned as a top TV star for many years, adding Hollywood glamour to the small screen. This new paper doll book by Marilyn Henry, is a fitting tribute to a great star featuring two exquisite dolls and eight pages of flawless fashions that were originally designed to enhance the perfect figure and genteel beauty of Loretta Young.
Costumes from some of the star’s greatest hits are ready to cut-out and dress the dolls as if they are are starring in Private Number, Four Men and a Prayer, Along Came Jones, Stayed for Breakfast, House of Rothschild, Suez, Bedtime Story, Perfect Marriage and the film for which Miss Young won the Academy Award, The Farmer’s Daughter.