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 - 2019 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 15 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2019
[in last month]
1941: Publicity on her Brentwood back patio (includes press caption). (Also moved 7 other Brentwood photos initially incorrectly placed on the 1945 page to the 1941 page.)
Publicity by Whitey Schafer for They All Kissed the Bride (bigger, better replacement).
Columbia publicity on her Brentwood back patio (includes press caption).
1944: A film still from Hollywood Canteen with Dane Clark and Robert Hutton (bigger, better replacement).
1949: At the Photographers Ball at Ciro's with Cesar Romero (includes press caption).
1931: Publicity in dressing room shot by Hurrell.
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney: Publicity in dressing room (includes press caption).
Publicity swimming at home.
New matchbook covers: Cuban early '30s, and U.S. When Ladies Meet and Hollywood Canteen.
1927: Hand-colored British American Tobacco (BAT) front and back.
West Point: Publicity on the set (includes press caption).
The Law of the Range: A film still with Rex Lease.
1965: At a party for I Saw What You Did with Cesar Romero.
1967: On the set of the BBC's A Film Profile.
1968: Publicity for Berserk.
LETTERS: 1974 to publicist Sid Zins. (See also below 1970 photo of Zins with Joan.)
1962: Publicity for TWA.
1970: A color snapshot with publicist Sid Zins.
MAGAZINES / ENCYCLOPEDIA: R (Recipes): A page-long 1970 Modern Screen article that includes a recipe for "Joan Crawford's Potato Salad." (Interesting interview with Joan.)
Rainbow Room: Two photos and two links.
Rosalind Russell: Info, photo, and link.
Town Hall: Info, two photos, and two links.
Elmer Bernstein -- Info, album covers, and links.
Bernardo Bertolucci -- Photo and links.
Mary Boland -- Photo and link.
Richard Boleslawski -- Photo and link.
Frank Borzage -- Photo and link.
Marlon Brando -- Photo and link.
1942: Publicity for They All Kissed the Bride by Irving Lippmann (bigger, better replacement).
1947: Daisy Kenyon -- A film still with Dana Andrews and Henry Fonda.
1950: From a series of Warners at-home exercise publicity (includes press caption).
1935: A still from I Live My Life with Sterling Holloway.
1936: A small photo of Joan and Franchot outside of their (her) Brentwood home.
A color trade ad for The Bride Wore Red.
A title screen shot for The Shining Hour.
A film still from West Point with William Haines (autographed by both Joan and Haines in 1969).
A film still from Our Dancing Daughters.
Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise (includes press caption describing outfit).
1929: Publicity at home by Ruth Harriet Louise (bigger, better replacement).
1930: Publicity by Hurrell (the first year of their collaboration).
FILMS: A color trade ad for 1925's Pretty Ladies.
TIMELINE: Ad for Joan's 1974 interview on the CBS Radio Network program "The American Movie."
1955: To a fan re his loss and her work on Female on the Beach.
1963: To a friend with thanks for Christmas gift.
1954 -- "Joan Crawford and John O'Hara," by Al Hirschfeld.
2013 -- Joan as Lucy Harbin, by LuxBlack (deviantart.com).
2017 -- Illustration from a photo by Eve Arnold, by Adam Osgood.
Harry Beaumont -- A new photo and info.
Polly Bergen -- A new photo.
Curtis Bernhardt -- A new photo.
Don Blanding -- New links.
1964: A screen shot from Strait-Jacket with Diane Baker and Leif Erickson.
Joan's last screen appearance, on ABC TV's The Sixth Sense ("Dear Joan: We're Going to Scare You to Death"):
A newspaper ad promoting the show.
1950: Autographing Cliquot photos on the set of Harriet Craig (includes press caption).
1951: Publicity for Goodbye, My Fancy with Robert Young.
1954: At a film premiere with daughter Christina.
1955: A small photo with Jayne Mansfield at an Actors Studio benefit.
1956: A screen shot from Autumn Leaves.
UPCOMING US TCM FILM SCHEDULE (times Eastern):
Tuesday, Sept. 24: 4:45am -- The Unknown
Wednesday, Oct. 2: 7:15am -- Possessed ('31)
Tuesday, Oct. 8: 9:00am -- Strange Cargo
Sunday, Oct. 20: 8:00am -- Grand Hotel
Sunday, Oct. 27: 5:30pm -- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
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LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
December 11, 2018: Female on the Beach on Blu-ray