A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2018 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 14 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2018
[in last month]
1968: On the set of Berserk! with poodles.
1970: Trog -- Small photo on the set.
1959: Thanks to friends for condolences upon Al Steele's death.
1961: Words of encouragement to a journalist friend: "Just don't bring in the dirty columns, my dear."
1968: To Admiral J. J. Clark ("Jocko") re his new book.
1973: To a fan with thanks for birthday wishes, friendship, and loyalty.
1955: With former president Truman at a luncheon in New Orleans (includes press caption).
Candid in Africa with husband Al Steele.
Two candids in Rome with Pepsi delivery drivers.
1958: Joan and Al at home, 2 East 70th Street (at Fifth Ave.): a bigger, better addition to the page.
1946: A publicity postcard.
1952: A screen shot from Sudden Fear.
1953: On the set of Torch Song with Michael Wilding and their poodles, Cliquot and Titi (includes press caption).
1943: Partially handwritten.
1953: Lengthy, re all sorts of things: Christian Science writer, first televised Academy Awards, Torch Song and Lisbon, Joan's blouse size, Christina's attitude...
1954: Christmas thoughts, re completing her "western picture," and future TV plans.
1939: Publicity for The Women with Norma Shearer and Rosalind Russell.
1940: A film still from Susan and God with Fredric March.
1942: A film still from They All Kissed the Bride dancing with Allen Jenkins.
1945: A bigger, better replacement for a still from Mildred Pierce.
1946: A bigger, better replacement at home with the Oscar and director Mike Curtiz.
1931: A bigger, better replacement film still for Laughing Sinners, with Clark Gable.
1934: Publicity for Chained by Frank Tanner.
1935: Publicity for No More Ladies by Hurrell.
Publicity for Love on the Run, with Clark Gable.
1937: Candid with old friend Jack Oakie.
Law of the Range -- A film still with Tim McCoy.
Our Dancing Daughters -- Ping-pong publicity with Dorothy Sebastian (includes press caption).
Dream of Love -- Publicity.
Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise (includes press caption).
1962: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? On the set with Bette Davis (bigger, better replacement).
Berserk! On the set with clowns from the Billy Smart Circus.
1955: Candid at a Columbia party with exec and husband Al Steele at the Plaza Hotel (includes press caption).
1959: The Best of Everything
1932: MGM publicity reading fan mail (includes press caption).
1933: A film still from Dancing Lady with Clark Gable.
1934: A film still (and also a German lobby card) from Forsaking All Others with Robert Montgomery.
1938: Bigger, better replacement publicity by Willinger (with new press caption).
your city, group, or self is presenting a Joan Crawford-related
event in the
Joan films on TCM (US) in March 2018
12 total, plus 2 of interest: http://www.tcm.com/schedule/monthly.html
(all times US Eastern)
Tuesday, March 6
2am -- The Caretakers ('63)
Friday, March 9
10:15am -- Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte: Joan replaced by Olivia deHavilland. See 81 photos of Joan in the role: http://www.joancrawfordbest.com/images1964.htm#Hush
Sunday, March 18
12:00am -- Spring Fever ('27 silent with William Haines)
Monday, March 19
10:45am -- Strange Cargo ('40)
Friday, March 23 (Joan's birthday)
Tuesday, March 27
2:45 pm -- Susan and God ('40)
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