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[in last month]
ADS: A 2nd ad for the 1951 Peter Pan bra campaign ("permanent youthful uplift!").
LETTERS: 1951 to a fan, re the dissolution of the Joan Crawford Fan Club.
1950: A candid playing football (Look out, Kid!).
1953: A much bigger, better replacement for an iconic Torch Song publicity shot.
FILMS: REASONS WHY! to see Susan and God.
LETTERS: 1941 to a fan: Hope her arm gets better soon and that she likes When Ladies Meet.
1941: MGM publicity shot by Hurrell.
A publicity shot for Reunion in France.
A candid at "21" in NYC.
1945: Candid at the Beverly Wilshire with husband Phillip Terry.
1947: Candid with Greg Bautzer.
MAGAZINES: A 1937 cover from Belgium's Piccolo.
1934: A shopping candid.
1937: Candid with Cesar Romero and Robert Montgomery.
May 10, 1977
EVENTS/FANS: Christina Crawford appears in person May 8 - 12 at NYC's Snapple Theater in her one-woman show, "Surviving Mommie Dearest." Here's a review by Matthew Rettenmund on boyculture.com, written after the May 2 press preview. And, even better, here's a photo of Joan-super-fan Chris Wilmore lunching with Christina in NYC on May 4! (If you're attending the show and want to share your reviews/pictures after, please e-mail me.)
1932: Publicity shot.
Dancing Lady publicity.
Publicity shot by Hurrell.
1928: Publicity for Tide of Empire shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1930: Film still from Paid with Kent Douglass.
Publicity for Grand Hotel.
On the set of Letty Lynton.
TV: Thanks to Robert for passing along Joan's May TCM schedule.
LETTERS: 1955 to Dallas friend and singer Marjorie Moore.
1950: Film still from The Damned Don't Cry.
1957: Film still from The Story of Esther Costello.
1962: With Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
1965: On the set of I Saw What You Did with director Castle.
MAGAZINES: A 1943 cover for Chile's Ecran.
1944: Publicity for Warners shot by Bert Six.
1946: Publicity for Warners.
1948: Publicity shot by Bert Six.
FILMS: A US lobby card for The Ice Follies of 1939: "The glamorous 'Blackbirds in the Pie' ice ballet!"
MAGAZINES: A 1939 cover for Uruguay's Cine Radio Actualidad.
MEMORIES: Thanks to Jordan for sharing his aunt's memory of meeting Joan at a Newberry's store on Wilshire Blvd.
1938: Publicity shot by Laszlo Willinger.
1940: A film still from Susan and God.
ART: A 1931 pencil sketch by noted Time magazine cover artist M. H. Herrin (autographed by Joan to Herrin).
MAGAZINES: A 1929 cover of France's Pour Vous, with Dorothy Sebastian.
A bigger, better replacement of a publicity shot for Tide of Empire by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1933: Publicity for Today We Live.
ART: 1976 watercolor by Adolfo Sanchez.
A photo to accompany the 1950 Screen Stars article by Joan, "How to Fight Loneliness."
A 1950 cover for Australia's Photoplayer.
1952: A bigger, better replacement for a film still from This Woman Is Dangerous, with David Brian.
FILMS: A reader review of Flamingo Road by Stuart Hoggan.
1949: Publicity for Flamingo Road.
your city, group, or self is presenting a Joan Crawford-related
event in the
LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
11/12. The 1925 silent The Circle -- first credit for "Joan Crawford"-- now available from the Warner Bros. Archive Collection.
11/05/12. "Joan Crawford in the 1950s" 4-DVD set from TCM/Sony. Features Harriet Craig, Autumn Leaves, Queen Bee, Esther Costello.
10/9/12. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? on Blu-ray. Great extras!
6/4/12. Female on the Beach on DVD as part of Universal's "Women in Danger: 1950s Thrillers" 4-disc collection. Order.
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