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Comment by FilmFanatic on March 23, 2012 at 3:51pm

Comment by FilmFanatic on March 23, 2012 at 3:50pm

Miss Retro you are amazing for starting this group!! Myrna Loy is like the love of my life every week i watch at least one of her films. my fave film of her is The Thin Man that is how i got into her and William Powell. Nora Charles is my idol haha. my other fave films Myrna made are Test Pilot (she is perfection!), Evelyn Prentice (completely underrated imo), Thirteen Women, Stamboul Quest, Too Hot To Handle and The Best Years of Our Lives. 

i will watch anything Myrna Loy is because i know i will never be let down by her performance even if the film is not that good. 

her autobiography.... one of the best bios i have ever read. 

Comment by les whitcomb on March 23, 2012 at 1:44pm

love  that  gal  in  the  old  movies

Comment by les whitcomb on March 23, 2012 at 1:43pm

my  all  time  movie  gal

Comment by Al Pearce on March 23, 2012 at 1:38pm

ONE OF MY FAVORITE LEADING LADIES! such beauty and poise and chicness! she was perfect for the part of Nora Charles in the THIN MAN film series, and was a great film partner with Clark Gable, William Powell, and Cary Grant. i actually did a quiz on the internet once of which leading lady i'd be if i were such, and it gave me Myrna Loy! i was proud of that. being a young man, of course, i took a quiz of which classic leading man i'd be, and it gave me James Stewart! and i too am proud of that, because that's the actor i most identify with.

one of my favorites of hers, like everybody's, is THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES. Fredric March, who won his second Academy Award for this one, and her are all great. :-)

 

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