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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]
FILMS: Rain -- Two lobby cards for 1939 U.S. re-release of the film.
Publicity by unknown.
1933: Publicity for Dancing Lady by Hurrell.
Happy Birthday, Lucille!
1927: MGM publicity with the worn-out boots of a crashed aviator (includes press blurb with explanation).
1928: Publicity for Tide of Empire shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1930: A film still from Montana Moon with Johnny Mack Brown.
Publicity for Dance, Fools, Dance.
A film still from This Modern Age with Monroe Owsley.
ADS: A 1930 French ad for Lorraine hair nets.
Hollywood (August 1935): Article by Jerry Asher: "What Is Joan Crawford Really Like?" (Hint: She "is so in tune with all living.")
The New Yorker (March 20, 2017): "Feud: A Bittersweet Beauty." Essay on the FX TV series.
1931 PHOTOS: A film still from This Modern Age.
Visit this site's Great Day page to find out what happened to this film: A 2002 essay by Sandy McLendon, and a newly added excerpt from Alexander Walker's 1983 bio The Ultimate Star.
1961: Candid at a Pepsi event, shot by Dwight Romero.
1964: Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte -- Candid on the set with mirror and Pepsi (what else does a gal need?).
1971: A fan candid from a My Way of Life book signing at Marshall Fields.
1952: Sudden Fear -- On the set with director David Miller and columnist Jimmy Starr.
1945: Mildred Pierce -- On the set with director Curtiz and a French Underground publisher; and screen shots one (with Ann Blyth and Bruce Bennett), two, and three (with Jack Carson).
1946: A color cover from the Chicago Sunday Tribune.
1948: At Ciro's with boyfriend Greg Bautzer.
TELEVISION: Added 4 new photos to the Feud page, including a promo kiosk in New York City.
Publicity from The Gorgeous Hussy by Hurrell (including press blurb).
1939: The Women -- A magazine photo of Joan's new "Baby Bob."
1942: A film still from Reunion in France with John Wayne.
To go along with the recent new Feud and Jessica Lange entries to this site's Encyclopedia, also added a separate page for 21 Feud promo photos featuring Lange and Sarandon, which include an excerpt from an interview with Lange on researching Joan, plus shots of Lange at the 3/1 LA Feud premiere.
1933: A film still from Today We Live with Gary Cooper.
A film still from Sadie McKee.
Publicity for Forsaking All Others by Hurrell.
Publicity for No More Ladies with Robert Montgomery, by Hurrell (includes press blurb).
1930: Publicity for Our Blushing Brides.
Publicity for Dance, Fools, Dance by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
Publicity by Hurrell.
A much bigger, better replacement for Letty Lynton publicity by Hurrell.
A film still from Rain with Matt Moore.
A much bigger, better replacement publicity shot by Hurrell.
1933: Publicity by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
FILMS: Hollywood Revue of 1929 -- Three lobby cards; sheet music; an ad from Hollywood Filmograph (row 3); a U.S. herald centerfold (row 5); and a separate page for the premiere Grauman's program, including a complete listing of the film's performances.
1927: Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1928: Our Dancing Daughters -- A title screen shot.
Paris (1926) -- A newspaper ad from Milwaukee, Wisconsin's Modjeska Theater.
Winners of the Wilderness (1927) -- A U.S. movie poster.
Also added links to complete title cards from Intertitle-o-rama for the following silent films: The Boob, The Circle, Lady of the Night, Our Dancing Daughters, Our Modern Maidens, Spring Fever, Tramp Tramp Tramp, The Unknown, and West Point.
The Understanding Heart -- Publicity with Francis X. Bushman, Jr., and Rockcliffe Fellowes (including press blurb).
your city, group, or self is presenting a Joan Crawford-related
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?
Watch the next 7 episodes Sundays:
March 12, March 19, March 26, April 2, April 9, April 16, April 23
UK Daily Mail (photos/article from TV Critics Assoc. January 2017 press tour)
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