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]
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!)
1959: Candid on the set of The Best of Everything.
1960: Color candid.
1962: Candid emerging from car.
LETTERS FROM JOAN:
1943: To a fan with thanks for remembering her anniversary.
1956: To literary agent H. N. Swanson.
1959: To a fan re her possible new TV series and The Twins.
1961: To a fan re her upcoming autobiography (note also a letter of the same day to a different fan with almost exactly the same wording).
1962: To a friend re the friend's bad review of a movie and "ludicrous frame."
1964: Christmas greetings to Maurice Chevalier.
CELEBRITY LETTERS TO JOAN:
1967: From Agnes Moorehead: "Winning is wonderful..."
1968: From former stepmother-in-law Mary Pickford, unable to attend Joan's Brandeis ceremony.
1972: From director John Huston: "The last time I set eyes on you was at a German lawn party..."
1953: Torch Song publicity.
1955: Female on the Beach film still with Jeff Chandler.
1956: A candid with husband Al Steele.
On the set of The Damned Don't Cry -- Grooming Cliquot while being groomed herself (bigger, better replacement).
Publicity for Harriet Craig shot by Robert Coburn.
Needlework candid at home shot by Jack Woods (includes press caption).
1951: Publicity with tea.
1942: They All Kissed the Bride -- MGM promo artwork featuring photos of Joan and Melvyn Douglas.
1946: Publicity shot.
Publicity shot with tea.
Flamingo Road -- A bigger, better replacement film still.
It's a Great Feeling -- Three color screen shots.
1939: A screen shot from The Women.
Publicity by Laszlo Willinger.
May 10, 1977
1934: Publicity by unknown photographer.
No More Ladies -- A film still with Franchot Tone.
I Live My Life -- Bigger, better replacement on the set through mirror, shot by Frank Tanner.
1936: Candid at home playing badminton, shot by Bud Graybill.
Rain (all shot by John Miehle)
FILMS: Three US newspaper ads promoting This Modern Age.
A publicity shot by George Hurrell.
Publicity for Dance, Fools, Dance.
A film still from This Modern Age.
A film still from Possessed with Clark Gable.
1926: At home with stuffed animals and dolls (bigger, better replacement).
The Unknown -- Publicity with John George.
Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise.
A film still from Our Dancing Daughters with Johnny Mack Brown (bigger, better replacement).
Publicity with caption from Photoplay for Tide of Empire, shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1964: A film still from Strait-Jacket.
1965: Receiving the USO's "Woman of the Year" award -- a bigger, better replacement with new press caption.
1971: At an event to place her handprints (and show off her legs) at Theatre 80 in the East Village.
An Italian lobby card for The Story of Esther Costello page.
A title screen shot and an Italian Fotobusta lobby card for the What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? page.
1955: Queen Bee publicity by Bob Coburn.
1957: Eight screen shots from an Italian newsreel shot in Rome (includes link to the 50-second clip).
1959: A Best of Everything film still with Brian Aherne.
1962: Promoting A Portrait of Joan with a sleepy pup.
Female on the Beach -- A bigger, better replacement on the set with poodles.
Queen Bee -- A film still with Lucy Marlow and Barry Sullivan.
An Italian Fotobusta lobby card for The Damned Don't Cry.
An Italian Fotobusta lobby card for Sudden Fear.
1950: On the set of The Damned Don't Cry.
1952: On the set of Sudden Fear with Jack Palance.
1946: Humoresque publicity by Eugene Robert Richee.
1947: A bigger, better replacement film still from Possessed with Geraldine Brooks.
A publicity shot by Bert Six.
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