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]
TV: Joan as she appeared via cathode tube during Philo T. Farnsworth's first public (1934) demonstration of his new invention.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Philo T. Farnsworth -- Added a new entry with photo and links for this TV pioneer whose first public demonstration of his invention was a 1934 broadcast of Joan's image.
1931: A film still from Laughing Sinners.
1932: A film still from Grand Hotel with Edward Biby and Murray Kinnell.
Publicity for No More Ladies.
A film still from I Live My Life with Brian Aherne.
1925: MGM exercise publicity.
1927: A film still from The Unknown.
1929: A film still from Our Modern Maidens (bigger addition to page).
Publicity with husband Doug Fairbanks, Jr., and pet Scottie.
Five screen shots from Our Blushing Brides (culled from ithankyouarthur.blogspot.com): one (with Anita Page and Dorothy Sebastian), two (with Page), three (showing off her strut), four (with Robert Montgomery), and five.
TV NEWS: Friday, August 31, is Joan's day on TCM's "Summer Under the Stars"! See the Events section below for the full schedule of 13 films.
FILMS: A Belgian movie poster for 1929's The Duke Steps Out.
1925: A film still from Sally, Irene, and Mary with Constance Bennett and Sally O'Neil (bigger, better replacement).
1928: A screen shot from Across to Singapore.
1929: Publicity shot at home (bigger, better replacement).
TV: Five screen shots of Joan hosting the BBC Garbo documentary in 1969.
ART: Depictions of Joan from the 2010s:
2011 by V. T. Abdala.
2015 by Kosmas.
2016 by Ginette Callaway.
2016 by Ashley Lily Scarlett (two works).
From my intro on the ART page: One indication of a true icon is the desire of artists, both contemporary and latter-day, to re-create her image. Joan Crawford began inspiring works of art almost immediately upon her arrival in Hollywood in the 1920s; since then interest in her, and her image, has not waned...
Here's how 5 artists from the 1980s saw Joan (in very different ways):
1983 by Andre Bouche.
1984 by Cecilio D'Acosta.
1985 by Elsa Warnick.
1986 by Myles Antony.
Mid-1980s by Ted Le Master.
1971: To director (and former '50s lover) Vincent Sherman re TV's Medical Center and possible future work together.
1973: To a friend with thanks for Christmas roses.
1974: To a friend with thanks for handwritten birthday message.
1968: Berserk -- A color screen shot with Ty Hardin.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Added an entry, photo, and links for Ty Hardin.
1952: A film still from Sudden Fear.
1955: Publicity for Queen Bee with John Ireland.
1955: To publicist and friend Dore Freeman.
1956: To Freeman and partner with thanks for Mother's Day and anniversary cards.
1960: To a fan re Joan's Ford Startime TV appearance and how Christopher is doing.
1964: To a Pepsi exec with thanks for letter, etc.
1941: Publicity for When Ladies Meet shot by Eric Carpenter.
1945: A film still from Mildred Pierce with Ann Blyth.
1946: Autographed publicity for Humoresque.
LETTERS: A sampling of congratulatory letters from industry members to Joan upon her Oscar win in March 1946.
A program cover and centerfold for 1934's Forsaking All Others.
A Waikiki (Honolulu) movie theater marquee featuring The Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
RADIO: Joan's 1938 signed application for membership in the American Federation of Radio Artists.
1933: Dancing Lady -- In her sweatsuit.
A screen shot from Sadie McKee.
A candid at LA's Biltmore Hotel.
1937: Swimming at home, shot by Bud Graybill.
1938: On the set of the NBC radio program Good News of 1938 with Margaret Sullavan.
1932: Publicity (page from unknown magazine musing on Joan's birthday).
Clarence Brown -- Added new photo, info, and links for this MGM director of five Joan films (her most frequent director, along with Jack Conway).
Gig Young -- Added new photo, info, and links for Joan's co-star in Torch Song.
Robert Young -- Added new photo, info, and links for Joan's co-star in four movies.
FILMS: Added links for Wikipedia, American Film Institute, and pre-code.com to the following film pages: Dance, Fools, Dance; Laughing Sinners; Possessed ('31); Grand Hotel; Rain; Today, We Live; Sadie McKee; and Forsaking All Others.
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.
your city, group, or self is presenting a Joan Crawford-related
event in the
TCM's "Summer Under the Stars"
Friday, August 31, is Joan's day!
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