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 - 2017 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 13 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2017
[in last month]
1963: Color at the Oscars with Peck, Loren, and Schell.
1964: A bigger, better replacement from Strait-Jacket with the sculpture of Joan by Salamunich.
1970: With Maurice Chevalier at his book-signing.
1971: At the Boston Ritz-Carlton, shot by Peter Warrack.
CELEB LETTERS TO JOAN: A 1970 note from Anne Bancroft.
LETTERS FROM JOAN:
1961: To photographer Don Gusias re What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and her poodles.
1970: Christmas greetings to Jerry Lewis.
1972: To photographer Don Gusias.
1973: February 9 -- To a fan re Harper's and its Avedon photo and "showing wearable clothes again"; February 19 -- To another fan with thanks for the steak offer; September -- To a friend re Pepsi first!; more Christmas greetings to Jerry Lewis.
1974: To a fan with thanks for tapes... but, alas, she has no tape machine! (Check out, also, this man's loving presentation of the letter.)
1975: To friends re their trip to Russia.
Johnny Guitar: A French movie poster (last row).
Female on the Beach: 5 UK lobby cards.
1950: Publicity for The Damned Don't Cry.
1953: A candid at an awards dinner.
1955: Publicity for Queen Bee.
1959: A bigger, better replacement for a Best of Everything film still.
1950: Publicity for Harriet Craig.
1954: Johnny Guitar -- A title screen shot; a color screen shot with John Carradine and Ben Cooper; a color screen shot being hanged; a film still with Sterling Hayden; pass the eggs; a color screen shot preparing for battle.
FILMS: Two U.S. movie posters for 1941's When Ladies Meet.
1943: Publicity with husband Phil Terry.
1946: A film still from Humoresque.
1948: A nightclub candid.
ART: A 1930s caricature by Eddie Vitch for the Brown Derby.
1933: Publicity by Hurrell (including press blurb).
Publicity for No More Ladies with Robert Montgomery.
Publicity for I Live My Life with Brian Aherne.
1937: Publicity for The Last of Mrs. Cheyney with Montgomery and William Powell.
1938: On the set of Mannequin with director Frank Borzage (including press blurb).
1934: On the set of Sadie McKee with brother Hal LeSueur.
1935: Publicity for I Live My Life with Brian Aherne, shot by Hurrell.
On the set of The Gorgeous Hussy with unknown exec.
Publicity for The Last of Mrs. Cheyney shot by Frank Tanner.
Publicity for The Bride Wore Red.
1926: Dancing the Black Bottom (includes press blurb).
1930: Paid -- A film still with Kent Douglass.
To a fan with thanks and a hello to his mother.
To set designer Ambrose Du Bek re nice flowers and Secret Storm.
1954: Dancing with Cesar Romero at the premiere of A Star Is Born (includes press blurb).
1956: In Rome with husband Al Steele.
1963: Publicity shot by John Engstead (and autographed to Mamacita).
1965: At the premiere of I Saw What You Did.
1966: Candid at the Savoy in London.
1968: A film still from Berserk with Ty Hardin.
1970: Close-up candid.
1946: On the set of Humoresque with Ronald Reagan.
1949: Two screen shots from Flamingo Road, with David Brian.
1950: Color publicity.
1952: A bigger, better replacement publicity shot.
1953: A bigger, better replacement for a Torch Song publicity shot.
1954: Candid with all four kids.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: H -- An August 2016 HOROSCOPE for Joan cast by Joseph Addeo that includes astrological info on Joan's modern-day resurgence.
1949: To a fan re Flamingo Road and fan club.
1951: To a fan with heartfelt thanks for birthday wishes and friendship.
1952: To a fan with thanks and holiday wishes.
1957: To a fan re Look award and Al Steele's hospitalization.
1959: A journalist's letter to Joan with admiration, along with sympathy for Al Steele's recent death.
1962: To columnist Irv Kupcinet, with thanks for "denying the Governor Rockefeller gossip."
1945: Candid at home with film projector.
1947: A colorized Daisy Kenyon film still with Henry Fonda added to an already existing photo page.
1949: A candid with Clifton Webb and Gene Tierney.
1950: A bigger, better replacement candid in her home theater (with new press blurb).
EVENTS: Added info all across the website for the upcoming (March 5) 8-part FX series Feud, created by Ryan Murphy and starring Jessica Lange as Joan and Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis during the making of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?:
In the EVENTS section at the bottom of this page, see photo and program debut info, plus links to Wikipedia, IMDb, and UK Daily Mail pages about the series.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: F: Added an entry and photo for Feud.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: L: Added an entry and photo for Jessica Lange.
MAGAZINES: Added a 1/27/17 cover for Entertainment Weekly featuring Feud.
1934: Publicity for Sadie McKee by Hurrell.
1936: Publicity for Love on the Run with Clark Gable.
1937: Publicity for The Last of Mrs. Cheyney with Robert Montgomery and William Powell.
1938: Candid at the Ringling Bros./Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden.
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event in the
Sunday, March 5, 2017 (10/9C)
Ryan Murphy's 8-part series Feud debuts on FX
Starring Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange as Bette and Joan
during the making of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
UK Daily Mail (photos/article from TV Critics Assoc. January 2017 press tour)
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