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Letter to Loretta (1953)

TV-PG Drama
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Letter to Loretta is an American anthology drama series telecast on NBC from September 1953 to June 1961 for a total of 165 episodes. The filmed show was hosted by Loretta Young who also played the lead in various episodes.

Letter to Loretta was sponsored by Procter & Gamble from 1953 through 1960. The final season's sponsor was Warner-Lambert's Listerine.

Series Cast

  1. Loretta Young as Inga Helborg, Sister Ann, Irene Sherwood, Edie Royal, Vera Wilson, Self - Host, Miss Ryan, Allison Bainworth, Jenny, Norma Kelvin, Harriet Patton, Madge Mason, Jane Seaton, Cora Skinner, Helen Talbot, Queen Nefertiti, Gretchen Brock-Miller, Maria Gordella, Kay Mathews, Augusta Smith, Alma, Elizabeth Collier, Jean Kennedy, Amy, Susan Franklin, Audrey Curtis, Norma Hutton, Kiyoshi, Amy Stewart, Katherine Ward, Teddy Butler, Kitty Coughlin, Katharine, Rita Cole, Anita Dodd, Penelope Ashley, Yuki Arakawa, Sally Hays, Thelma Brown, Amanda Seaton, Kim Collet, Prudence Bixby, Janet Forbes, Nancy Hamilton, Ellen Morgan, Gerda Freuling, Margaret Channing, Barbara Devon, Miss Springs, Eleanor Stark, Madeliene Vanderhoff, Betty Rogers, Countess Barocci, Marcella Dawson, Dr. Juliet, Catherine Harding, Peggy Simms / Miss Connally, Linda Perkins, Beth Hammond, Audrey Dickerson, Victor Conrad, Felice Minton, Mabel MacAfee, Alice Hendricks, Taka, Muriel Vail, Paula, Dina, Mary Bertch, Sylvia, Laura Macklin, Donna Landon, Lynn Roth, Martha, Louise Roberts, Margo Randall, Alva Knox, Judge Lila Brighton, Connie Van, Nora Halliday, Sally Webster, Susan Parker, Harriet Sands, Countess, Ruth Baxter, Karima, Helen Seaton, Alice Ward, Janice Hite, Fay Davies, Susan Glover, Betty Taylor, Elizabeth Stacey, Penny Blodgett, Janet Pressman, Ruth Handley / Rosalie Simms, Susan Stevens - Stepmother, Charlotte Bronte, Isobel DeHavilland, Polly Fry, Alison Ives, Margaret Hutchins, Marcy Thorne, Suzie James, Judy Evans, Sadie - Coffee Shop Waitress, Irene Dodds, Ellie Winters, Audrey - a teacher, Margaret Underwood, Kathy Ames, Grace Hart, Kiku Arikawa, Ayesha the Maharani, Lucy Anderson, Scottie, Pam Gates, and Janet Barlow

    Loretta Young

    Inga Helborg, Sister Ann, Irene Sherwood, Edie Royal and 114 more...

    126 Episodes

  2. Kitty Kelly as Mrs. Foley, Edith, Mrs. Engstrom, Nurse, Gloria Schumaker, Suzanne, Amy, Marie, Secretary, and Maid

    Kitty Kelly

    Mrs. Foley, Edith, Mrs. Engstrom, Nurse and 6 more...

    10 Episodes

  3. Ricardo Montalban as Nemo Rustin, Tony Santos, Joe Martinez, Father William Gomez, Frank Montclair, Father Garcia, Frank, Self - Guest Host / Gino, and Angelo Pelligrini

    Ricardo Montalban

    Nemo Rustin, Tony Santos, Joe Martinez, Father William Gomez and 5 more...

    9 Episodes

  4. George Nader as Newton Ralston, Robert Schumann, Steve Baxter, Arthur Wayne, Barry Kendall, Austin Granger, Charles Diebold, and Keith Warren

    George Nader

    Newton Ralston, Robert Schumann, Steve Baxter, Arthur Wayne and 4 more...

    8 Episodes

  5. Dabbs Greer as Walter Harrison, Les Shaw, Chester Ives, Fred Blanchard, Dewey Mason, Dentist, Dr. Merrill, and Dr. Baker

    Dabbs Greer

    Walter Harrison, Les Shaw, Chester Ives, Fred Blanchard and 4 more...

    8 Episodes

  6. John Newland as Jim Macklin, Henry Underwood, Robert Gray, Alex Stark, Creighton Halliday, Victor Conrad, and Peter Lord

    John Newland

    Jim Macklin, Henry Underwood, Robert Gray, Alex Stark and 3 more...

    8 Episodes

  7. Mabel Albertson as Miss Jo, Miss Blaine, Edna Hardish, Mrs. Wallington, Mert Seaton, and Babs

    Mabel Albertson

    Miss Jo, Miss Blaine, Edna Hardish, Mrs. Wallington and 2 more...

    6 Episodes

  8. Jock Mahoney as Jim Vessey, Andy Hagen, Kim Ryan, Ernie McNally, Dan O'Hara, and Mike Elliott

    Jock Mahoney

    Jim Vessey, Andy Hagen, Kim Ryan, Ernie McNally and 2 more...

    6 Episodes

  9. Hugh Beaumont as Editor of Manhattan Magazine, Henry Preston, Arthur Nicholls, Chris Palmer, and Rev. Bell

    Hugh Beaumont

    Editor of Manhattan Magazine, Henry Preston, Arthur Nicholls, Chris Palmer and 1 more...

    6 Episodes

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Last Season

Season 8

1960 • 31 Episodes

Season 8 of Letter to Loretta premiered on September 18, 1960.

Not in Our Stars

(8x31, June 4, 1961) Season Finale

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Status Ended

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Original Language English

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