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

    Loretta Young

    Lucy Anderson, Ruth Baxter, Judge Lila Brighton, Audrey Dickerson and 110 more...

    121 Episodes

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

    Kitty Kelly

    Gloria Schumaker, Maid, Suzanne, Mrs. Foley and 6 more...

    10 Episodes

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

    Ricardo Montalban

    Frank, Self - Guest Host / Gino, Angelo Pelligrini, Nemo Rustin and 5 more...

    9 Episodes

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

    George Nader

    Arthur Wayne, Austin Granger, Charles Diebold, Steve Baxter and 4 more...

    8 Episodes

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

    Dabbs Greer

    Dr. Merrill, Dewey Mason, Dr. Baker, Dentist and 4 more...

    8 Episodes

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

    John Newland

    Victor Conrad, Henry Underwood, Creighton Halliday, Peter Lord and 3 more...

    8 Episodes

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

    Mabel Albertson

    Miss Jo, Mrs. Wallington, Miss Blaine, Mert Seaton and 2 more...

    6 Episodes

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

    Jock Mahoney

    Andy Hagen, Mike Elliott, Jim Vessey, Ernie McNally and 2 more...

    6 Episodes

  9. Ann Doran as Ginny Tucker, Felice Badt, Leona Garner, Anne Thomas, Nurse, and Mrs. Harrison

    Ann Doran

    Ginny Tucker, Felice Badt, Leona Garner, Anne Thomas and 2 more...

    6 Episodes

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Last Season

Season 8

1960 | 31 Episodes

Season 8 of The Loretta Young Show premiered on September 18, 1960.

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Original Language English

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