Find the best quotes by Loretta Young.
Your hands, your eyes, your voice, your thoughts are your servants.
No one is ever too old, too rich, too poor, to pray.
I’ve always been scared to death of pain – afraid, even, to think of it.
I’m not sure the public knows what it wants.
I was a very wanting child.
I learned you have to fight for yourself in the picture business.
The split second she ceases to care is the only time a woman ceases to be attractive.
I’d lived by quotations, practically all my life.
When I left 20th Century-Fox to freelance, my agent believed that getting big money was the way to establish real importance in our industry.
I don’t yearn to be a child again.
Success can’t be forced.
I’d thought of myself as a great big motion picture star from the time I was 6.
I was as impatient about finding my dream man as I was about everything else I wanted.
Fashion should not be expected to serve in the stead of courage or character.
In 1949 there was a new thing called Television, to which my agency and advisers opposed as a performance medium.
As an actress, I have to be objective about myself. If I don’t criticize myself, there are plenty who will do a find job of…
Gratitude isn’t a burdening emotion.
Of course it was Mamma who both stopped my career and crystallized my determination to resume it.
Everything worthwhile, everything of any value, has its price. Everything anyone has ever wanted has come neatly wrapped up in its penalties.
I can’t imagine dating a boy, meeting him only outside the home. What’s a home and family for if it’s not the center of one’s…
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