Reminiscences of Myrna Loy : oral history, 1959.

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Loy, Myrna, 1905-1993. Reminiscences of Myrna Loy : oral history, 1959.

Reminiscences of Myrna Loy : oral history, 1959.

Career in silent films, "Don Juan," 1926; transition to sound, "Desert Song," 1929; typecast as Oriental villainess, late 1920s and early 1930s; "The Thin Man," 1934: effect on career; suspension from Metro-Goldwyn, Mayer, effect of publicity; Red Cross World War II; "Best Years of Our Lives," 1946; UNESCO, 1945-59; political climate of Hollywood 1940s and 1950s and its effects; impressions of John Barrymore, Frank Capra, W.S. Van Dyke, Louis B. Mayer, others.

Transcript: 57 leaves.Tape: 1 reel.

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