She read Susan B. Anthony's "Women's Rights to Suffrage" speech for Phoenix Audio's "The Greatest Speeches of All Time".
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Sometimes I would get letters from nurses saying how grateful they were that a nurse was finally being portrayed as a person, a caring human being. As far as the audience was concerned, I think it identifies with at least one or two or maybe all of us. We have become people to them and never caricatures. We're very real to them.
During a M*A*S*H
(1972) season hiatus, Loretta starred as "Chris Cagney" in the pilot episode of Cagney & Lacey
(1981) in 1981. She wanted to leave the show, which was in its ninth season, to star as the police officer when the pilot was picked up. The "M*A*S*H" producers, however, wouldn't let her go. Meg Foster
subbed in for Loretta, who in turn was replaced by Sharon Gless