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 - 2018 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 14 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2018
[in last month]
1953: Torch Song -- Publicity with Gig Young (includes press caption).
1946: Divorcing Phillip Terry (includes press caption detailing the mean man's "harassment"!).
Publicity arriving at Ciro's.
1944: On the Warners lot, shot by Bert Longworth.
1945: With a March of Dimes poster featuring FDR.
When Ladies Meet -- Publicity with Greer Garson.
1942: They All Kissed the Bride -- A film still with Melvyn Douglas.
1938: Publicity (closeup on already existing page).
Publicity by Hurrell.
The Gorgeous Hussy -- Publicity by Hurrell (bigger, better replacement).
Love on the Run -- A super-closeup of a publicity shot by Hurrell.
At home with dachshunds (bigger, better replacement).
1937: Color publicity.
1938: Publicity by Laszlo Willinger.
Sadie McKee -- A 2017 DVD cover, and a Liberty magazine ad for the story "Pretty Sadie McKee," upon which the movie was based.
I Live My Life -- Two movie-info links, and a 1935 Variety review.
On the set of I Live My Life with Fred Keating.
Publicity in color and in black-and-white by Ray Jones.
Our Modern Maidens -- Two new movie-info links, and a lobby card.
This Modern Age -- A Uruguayan herald and a Danish novelization cover.
1930: Publicity by Hurrell.
1932: A super-closeup of a Hurrell publicity shot for Letty Lynton.
FILMS: Dream of Love -- Added three new movie-info links and a lobby card ("His dreams of power turned into disaster by red revolution").
1926: MGM fashion publicity.
1929: A film still from Our Modern Maidens with Rod LaRocque.
1927: 15 screen shots from Spring Fever:
Friday, August 31, is Joan's day!
TCM's "Summer Under the Stars"
Sally, Irene, and Mary -- A 1925 review from Variety, plus 3 new links to movie info.
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp -- A US movie poster, plus 3 new links to movie info.
1935 to a fan re No More Ladies and If You Love Me (I Live My Life).
1955 to a fan re holidays and Female on the Beach.
1972 to a fan, enclosing a monogrammed handkerchief for her annual bowling banquet.
1965: Checking stock numbers for the newly formed "PepsiCo."
1971: A small color photo in LA promoting Pepsi.
FILMS: Strait-Jacket is now out on Blu-ray (release date: 8/21). A sampling of reviews: whysoblu.htm / screenanarchy.com / horrortalk.com / avnirvana.com. And you can e-mail dailydead.com by August 28 for a chance to win a free copy.
1958: Joan and Al at home in their new Fifth Avenue apartment (bigger, better addition to page and new press caption).
1959: On the set of The Best of Everything with Stephen Boyd.
Strait-Jacket screen shots -- one (with ax and lovers), two (with Diane Baker at fence), three (with Salamunich sculpture), four (another with sculpture), five (in car with Baker), and six (with George Kennedy).
A film still from Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte.
MAGAZINES: Life -- An original page from the June 1947 article "The Second Rise of Joan Crawford" added to a transcript page; and a bigger, better replacement photo for the 1981 cover with head: "Mania for Marilyn. And Joan. And Lana. And Shirley."
1947: Unretouched publicity with freckles from Life magazine.
1950: On the set of Harriet Craig with director Vincent Sherman.
At an awards dinner with Paramount head Frank Freeman and wife.
1955: At NYC's Grand Central Station with husband Al Steele and kids (includes press caption).
1938: The Shining Hour -- Publicity with Melvyn Douglas.
1940: Strange Cargo -- A film still.
Reunion in France -- A film still.
A small still from Above Suspicion.
FILMS: A window card for Sadie McKee.
Publicity by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
1933: With director Robert Z. Leonard and a starlet who'd won a contest to appear in Dancing Lady (includes press caption).
1935: Publicity for I Live My Life.
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event in the
August 1 through October 9
From August 1 through October 9, BFI Southbank will host Fierce: The Untameable Joan Crawford, a retrospective of 20 Joan films. August 4 will feature "a special event – An Afternoon with Joan Crawford – which will explore the many faces of one of Hollywood’s biggest stars through a series of illustrated talks. We’ll look at her origins as the original ‘it girl’ and flapper superstar, to the much-parodied larger-than-life figure that has permeated films, TV series and books."
LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
August 21, 2018: Strait-Jacket on Blu-ray
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