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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2017 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 13 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2017
[in last month]
FILMS: Five much bigger, better replacement lobby cards for 1930's Montana Moon (featuring Johnny Mack Brown).
1927: Winners of the Wilderness -- A film still with Edward Connelly and Louise Lorraine.
West Point -- Publicity with William Haines.
Across to Singapore -- A film still with Ramon Novarro.
1925: Sally, Irene, and Mary -- A film still with Douglas Gilmore.
A candid supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Charlotte, North Carolina.
1969: A bigger, better replacement for a "What becomes a legend most?" Blackglama ad shot by Richard Avedon.
1971: Three AP photos and caption for Joan's appearance with Lassie at the "Time Record Breakers" event at Toots Shor's, honoring Joan for being the "longest actively reigning star."
1974: At the Rainbow Room with Andy Warhol (Joan's last public appearance).
Thanks to reinventedsky for this new review of A Woman's Face. And to Gaetano for his new review of Trog. (My apologies to both for the delay in posting these.) If you would like to share your review of any Joan film on this website, please e-mail me.
Thanks to Julian K. for sharing these three letters:
1945 (to a serviceman, with Mildred news)
1952 (to a longtime fan/friend with thanks and holiday/Sudden Fear news)
1963 (to a friend re the making of Baby Jane ["it was very tiring on my nerves to make that film"] and with personal news)
And thanks to comedian Suzy Soro for sharing this personal 1973 letter from Joan. She e-mailed me this letter last month, with the accompanying note: "I did become an actress and then a standup comedian. I'm sure Joan's letter resonated with me and kept me going!" See also Suzy's medium.com page to read about what this LA comedian is doing/thinking about today.
1967: An ad promoting Joan's appearance at the opening of a new Frito-Lay plant in Irving, Texas.
1960: A bigger, better replacement dancing in Buenos Aires (with new press blurb).
1962: At the Golden Globes banquet with Charlton Heston.
1936: To a fan, with holiday wishes.
1956: To a fan re Autumn Leaves, his loss of a job, and holiday plans.
1961: 2-pg chatty letter to friend/fan re travel discomforts, Donald O'Connor's renovations to Brentwood, and a film Joan didn't do.
1948: Color publicity at home by pool.
1954: At the Star Is Born after-party with Cesar Romero.
1955: Female on the Beach -- On the set with Jeff Chandler and crew (includes press blurb).
1956: A bigger, better replacement publicity shot.
1957: A candid with husband Al Steele.
1949: Publicity by Bert Six.
FILMS: A postcard from Seattle, Wash., featuring Strange Cargo on marquee.
1940: A bigger, better Strange Cargo replacement photo with Gable, shot by Laszlo Willinger.
Publicity with husband Phil Terry.
1946: A film still from Humoresque.
1947: An autographed fan candid aboard the Century Limited train.
The Bride Wore Red -- A photographer's markup for a publicity shot.
Mannequin -- Publicity with Spencer Tracy.
Bigger, better replacement of a candid with pony at the Santa Monica Polo Club.
Publicity by Laszlo Willinger.
1939: Publicity by Willinger.
1934: Publicity by Hurrell.
Publicity for The Gorgeous Hussy.
Publicity at home with dachshund.
Letty Lynton -- Publicity with Robert Montgomery.
Laughing Sinners -- A film still with fake nose and beard.
This Modern Age -- A small film still with Neil Hamilton and Monroe Owsley.
1932: Publicity by Hurrell.
Today We Live -- A film still with Franchot Tone.
Dancing Lady -- Publicity by Hurrell.
At home by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
Laughing Sinners -- A film still with Clark Gable.
1928: Replacement fashion publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise (with new press blurb describing outfit).
1926: A bigger, better replacement for a film still from Paris.
Four Walls -- A film still with John Gilbert.
1926: Autographed publicity by Fred Hartsook.
Winners of the Wilderness -- A film still with Tim McCoy and Edward Connelly.
The Understanding Heart -- A film still with Rockliffe Fellowes and Francis X. Bushman, Jr. (can there be any more chaos in this picture?!).
Publicity for next year's West Point shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull (includes press blurb describing military outfit).
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