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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2020 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 16 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2020
[in last month]
PHOTOS: 1933: Publicity postcard shot by Hurrell.
BOOKS/JOAN MOVIES: Grand Hotel -- A 1929 German newspaper ad for Vicki Baum's novel Menschen im Hotel, 6 new book-cover shots (from 1931, 1932, 1940, 1958), and 3 new links.
Hollywood Revue of 1929: Color program cover and inside photos.
Grand Hotel: Color program cover and inside page.
1928: A film still from Our Dancing Daughters with Johnny Mack Brown.
1930: A film still from Our Blushing Brides with Dorothy Sebastian.
ADS: 1931 newspaper ad for Seventeen cosmetics.
MAGAZINES: 1928 Easter-bunny cover of NYC's Evening Graphic.
LETTERS: A set of letters from Joan to former kids' TV host and later dress designer/collector Gene London:
1973: December (ode to a green bowl).
Bonus: Two chatty 1972 letters (July and October) from Joan's faithful secretary Betty Barker to Gene London (with Joan mentions).
BOOKS/JOAN MOVIES: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? --- New covers and new links.
1937: Two-page handwritten, to a friend (on rare "Joan" stationery).
1959: To a friend, with thanks for condolences, and film/Pepsi news.
Happy Birthday, Joan!
1965: Color candid snapshot.
1966: Color candid at the Savoy in London.
A small candid (as Anna May Wong) at the Press Photographers' Ball.
Five small candids with Helen Hayes.
1955: Candid publicity with Sonny Shepherd.
1956: A candid snapshot.
1945: Publicity for Mildred Pierce shot by Bert Six.
1953: Torch Song -- Bigger, better replacement and new press caption for a candid with Gig Young and Pier Angeli.
They All Kissed the Bride -- A Belgian window card.
BOOKS/JOAN MOVIES: Mildred Pierce -- Eleven new and bigger covers, new info, and new links.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Updated the entry for James M. Cain (new photos and links).
BOOKS/JOAN MOVIES: Johnny Guitar -- New and bigger covers, front-flap text from the UK hardcover, a now-legible foreword by Joan for the '54 US Pocket Books edition, and new links.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Updated the entry for Roy Chanslor.
1944: Two color candid snapshots.
1945: Publicity shot at home.
Daisy Kenyon -- Unretouched publicity shot by Gene Kornman.
ADS: A 1930 full-page ad for Max Factor from French Vogue (thanks to Domen).
BOOKS/JOAN MOVIES: Flamingo Road -- New covers (both HC and PB), front-flap text from the 1946 Grosset & Dunlap reprint, and links.
1933: A color linen MGM theater-display poster (20 by 28 inches) based on a Hurrell publicity shot.
1937: The Bride Wore Red -- Added a studio-colorized film still to an already existing page with same b/w photo.
1939: Ice Follies of 1939 -- Publicity (better replacement and new press caption) with James Stewart.
FILMS: The Women -- A campaign-book cover.
TOBACCIANA: Three new color UK cards from Carreras: Nos. 34 and 88 from "Famous Film Stars" (1935) and No. 49 from "Film Stars" (1936).
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ben Cooper -- Updated the entry for Cooper (new info and links), who died on February 24 at the age of 86.
FILMS: Our Blushing Brides (1930) -- Thanks to Michael Lia for his new Reader Review. If I counted correctly, this is his 54th Joan movie review for this website! Your contributions are much appreciated, Michael! (p.s. If you have your own review of a Joan movie to share on this site, please send it in!)
The Caretakers -- Two new covers (original 1959 US/UK hardcover and 60s UK paperback).
Daisy Kenyon -- New covers, info, and links.
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