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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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1926: Publicity at home with mirror.
1927: Entertaining a baby on the set of The Understanding Heart.
1928: Publicity at home with books.
1930: Montana Moon -- A film still with Ricardo Cortez.
FILMS: Pretty Ladies (Joan's first credited role, as "Lucille LeSueur")
A title card with a line spoken by Lucille's character, Bobby. (Be sure and read Shane's film review while you're there!)
A colorized lantern slide.
A San Francisco Loew's theater billboard promoting the film's premiere.
A four-page program.
1952: On the set of Sudden Fear with Shirley Booth.
1955: Publicity for Queen Bee (bigger, better replacement with autograph).
1956: Candid with Vera-Ellen in London.
1957: On the set of The Story of Esther Costello with director David Miller.
1963: A film still from The Caretakers with Herbert Marshall.
1969: A still from TV's Night Gallery (bigger, better replacement).
FILMS: A poster for The Caretakers from Argentina.
Cine Aventuras (Argentina; April 1954): Cover.
Hollywood Studio Magazine (Aug. 1983): Article: The Lovely Side of Crawford!
Modern Knitting (Spring 1949): Article and photo of Ribbon Dress (knitted by Joan).
Oggi (Italy; July 1953): Cover.
Photoplayer (Australia; Nov. 1947): Cover.
Woman's Home Companion (Feb. 1955): First page of Part II of "The Story I've Never Told" article by Jane Kesner Ardmore (Joan's future biographer).
1949: Publicity by Bert Six with knitting and Cliquot.
1950: On the set of The Damned Don't Cry with Kent Smith and Steve Cochran (includes press caption).
1953: Publicity with Christina.
1955: A film still from Female on the Beach with Charles Drake.
RECORDINGS: A cover for the 1953 Joan narration of The Littlest Stork.
ART / ENCYCLOPEDIA: Added a 2001 photo of James Rosenquist with his 1964 painting Untitled (Joan Crawford Says). Also updated the Rosenquist Encyclopedia entry with new info and links re the artist's career.
1949: Auto-Lite spark plugs (bigger, better replacement)
early 1950s: Pepsodent gum "Film Arkiv" card (Denmark)
1952: Ronson lighters
1940: A film still from Strange Cargo with Clark Gable and Ian Hunter.
1941: Publicity by Hurrell (bigger, better replacement).
They All Kissed the Bride -- A film still with Melvyn Douglas.
Reunion in France -- A film still with John Wayne.
1946: Humoresque -- A replacement film still with new press caption.
1934: Publicity for Forsaking All Others by Hurrell (bigger, better replacement).
1937: A Ross Verlag postcard with image from The Bride Wore Red.
Mannequin -- A film still with Spencer Tracy (includes press caption).
The Ice Follies of 1939 -- A film still with James Stewart and Lew Ayres (note the difference in Joan's hairstyle -- shorter and side-parted -- in this earlier-shot scene and the scene that eventually appeared in the movie with longer, middle-parted hair).
FILMS: A title screen shot for Laughing Sinners.
1930: A film still from Our Blushing Brides with Robert Montgomery.
1931: A screen shot from Laughing Sinners.
1932: A film still from Letty Lynton.
A film still from Dancing Lady with Franchot Tone.
Publicity by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
Stephens College, which Joan attended in the fall of 1922, has an online archive for its yearbooks: See the 1923 Stephensophia yearbook page to discover more about life on campus during Joan's one semester there.
GEOGRAPHY: Added 3 new 1922 photos of Stephens College to the "Columbia, Missouri" page.
Encyclopedia: S: Added new photo and links to the "Stephens College" entry.
PHOTOS pre-1925: Added three new photos to the page for the "Lucile Cassin" Stephens College yearbook photo.
Cine Illustrato (Italy), 1937.
Cine-Mundial (Spanish-language), 1932 and 1934.
Cine-Romanzo (Italy), five from 1927 thru 1932.
Kines (unknown country), 1929.
Screen Secrets (US), 1928.
Zenit (unknown country), 1934.
1929: Energine cleaning fluid
1953: Lux soap
1996: LA Eyeworks
COLLECTIBLES: A 1934 ad for "Movie Star Lamps" (Joan one of 16 available).
FILMS: Reviews for Across to Singapore: 1928 from The New Yorker, and 2013 by Jeff Rapsis (of silentfilmlivemusic.blogspot.com). (If you have your own review of Across, or any other Joan film, please send it in!)
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