Loretta's gowns for her television were provided by Travilla and Werle.
Loretta always ended her weekly show with a bit of advice read from a book and saying, Well, goodnight. and then the question, And we'll see you next week?
Loretta had affairs with actors Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy.
Loretta appeared in over 100 movies throughout her career.
Loretta won the Academy Award in 1947 for Best Actress for "The Farmers Daughter."
Loretta's nicknames were "Attila the Nun" and "Saint Loretta."
Loretta is the godmother of producer Michael Wayne.
Loretta is the mother of director Christopher Lewis and Peter Lewis, a former member of the infamous 1960s band Moby Grape.
Loretta was raised Catholic.
Loretta's salary for 1935's "Clive Of India" was $2,000 a week.
Loretta was married three times, first to Grant Withers from January 26, 1930 to 1931, which ended in divorce, then to Tom Lewis from July 31, 1940 to 1969, which also ended in divorce, and finally to Jean Louis August 10, 1993 to April 20, 1997, which ended with his death.
Loretta had an illegitimate daughter with actor Clark Gable. For years, this was covered up by Hollywood and presented as an adoption.
Loretta's height was 5'6".
Loretta: A pleasant voice, which has to include clear enunciation, is not only attractive to those who hear it... its appeal is permanent.
Loretta: A face that is really lovely in repose can fall apart if, when its owner stars to talk, she distorts every feature.
Loretta: A face is like the outside of a house, and most faces, like most houses, give us an idea of what we can expect to find inside.
Loretta: A charming woman... doesn't follow the crowd. She is herself.
Loretta: A charming woman is a busy woman.
Loretta: The easiest way to crush your laurels is to lean on them.
Loretta: If you want a place in the sun, you have to expect a few blisters.
Loretta: What you don't know intrigues you more than what you do know. I believed all those love stories - the hero was the hero - because that's what I grew up with. I loved the romance and the roses, but when it came to a more realistic life, I would back away.
Loretta: Our human connections are guided by God, and ultimately all of us are linked through His love. Thus, we have all already met, not as actress and fan but as His children, and we can never be lost to each other.
Loretta: I believe that if we have lived our lives fully and well, and have accomplished, at least in part, the things we were put here to do, we will be prepared - mentally, physically and spiritually - for our separation from this world.
Loretta: Wearing the correct dress for any occasion is a matter of good manners.