Appeared (as "Nora Charles") in a "Lux Radio Theatre" broadcast of "The Thin Man".
2 Biographical Movies |
5 Print Biographies |
11 Articles |
3 Pictorials |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
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[on her "Perfect Wife" label, based on her work in The Best Years of Our Lives
(1946)] It was a role no one could live up to, really. No telling where my career would have gone if they hadn't hung that title on me. Labels limit you, because they limit your possibilities. But that's how they think in Hollywood.
In 1936 Myrna was named Queen of the Movies and Clark Gable
King in a national poll, winning a crown of tin and purple velvet. in her autobiography, she says that she did not get on with Gable in her earlier films with him. However, in her later films he developed a respect for Loy and they became good friends.