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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2018 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 14 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2018
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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).
FILMS: Strait-Jacket -- Two promo axes.
1959: Lengthy telegram to columnist/TV host Irv Kupcinet and wife.
1962: To Kupcinet and wife re missed and future plans.
1968: To a friend re Hamlet stationery, The Lucy Show, and new apartment.
1976: (Last) Christmas letter to friends "Bob and Chuck."
1962: A film still from What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
1965: Color at the Emmys with Melvyn Douglas and Ginger Rogers.
1971: Candid at a Blackglama police benefit.
1956: Candid in Frankfurt with husband Al Steele.
Candid at car with Steele and poodle.
1946: A film still from Humoresque with Oscar Levant and John Garfield.
1951: Signing autographs for fans at unknown event.
A film still from This Woman Is Dangerous.
LINKS: Tested every entry on the page, deleting outdated sites and updating info for still-live sites.
1936: Publicity for Love on the Run.
1939: Five set-design shots from Ice Follies of 1939.
1941: MGM fashion publicity (includes lengthy press caption).
1942: With Melvyn Douglas in They All Kissed the Bride.
A glass lantern slide for The Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
President Roosevelt in Poughkeepsie, NY, with a Bride Wore Red billboard.
1931: Publicity by Hurrell for This Modern Age.
A film still from Letty Lynton with Robert Montgomery (bigger, better replacement).
Publicity by Steichen for Vanity Fair.
1936: At home with Franchot Tone (bigger, better replacement and new press caption).
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney -- Playing backgammon with Montgomery on the set (includes press caption).
The Bride Wore Red -- Publicity with Robert Young and Franchot Tone.
Publicity by Hurrell (including press caption).
ART: Graphic art by Moreno Valverde, circa 1930.
MAGAZINES: Added new covers for the following:
Evdomas (Greece) -- April 1935.
Film (Poland) -- 1933.
Hebdo (France) -- November 1935.
Movie Pictorial (Japan) -- March 1933.
Novella (Italy) -- February 1933.
1928: Publicity with a row of fellow flappers.
1930: A film still from Paid.
A US publicity paper for The Unknown.
MAGAZINES: A 1928 cover of Brazil's Cinearte.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: A -- Added a photo and additional info to the American Cancer Society entry.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: K -- Added a new entry and photo for David Koontz, Christina's 2nd husband ('76-'82) and Executive Producer of Mommie Dearest.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: M -- Added a new link from the Memorial Services entry: photos of the invitation and program from Joan's funeral service at NYC's All Soul's Unitarian Church on May 17, 1977.
1968: Hosting the Millinery Institute fashion show in NYC (includes press caption).
1974: Joan's last public appearance, at the Rainbow Room with Rosalind Russell (bigger, better replacement with new press caption).
1963: On the set of The Caretakers with jujitsu instructor Bruce Tegnor and Constance Ford.
1967: At her 5th Avenue apartment with Alixandre fur (replacement photo with new press caption).
1959: A wardrobe test for The Best of Everything.
1961: Candid with artist Piero Aversa and art dealer Wally Findlay.
FILMS: Added a title screen shot to the top of the Story of Esther Costello film page.
Publicity for Esther Costello.
1952: At Romanoff's with Mona Freeman and Mel Dinelli.
1953: Relaxing on the set of Torch Song with Cliquot (includes press caption).
1954: On the set of Johnny Guitar with twins Cathy and Cindy.
Queen Bee publicity by Bob Coburn.
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