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 - 2019 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 15 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2019
[in last month]
1959: With plans for the new Pepsi building.
At the film premiere of Long Day's Journey Into Night.
1952: A screen shot from Sudden Fear (judging Palance).
1955: Color publicity for Female on the Beach with Cliquot.
Film stills: With Zachary Scott.
1938: Publicity by Laszlo Willinger (includes press caption).
1941: Publicity by Hurrell (includes press caption).
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Fredric March -- Added photo, info, links, plus a brief political spiel about March's subjection to two witch hunts: in 1938 and in 2018.
1933: Publicity with Robert Young.
1936: A film still from The Gorgeous Hussy with Melvyn Douglas.
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney -- Candid on the set with Jessie Ralph (includes press caption).
The Bride Wore Red -- Publicity.
1939: Publicity for Ice Follies of 1939 by Clarence Bull (includes press caption).
1925: Publicity dancing on the set of Sally, Irene, and Mary.
1928: MGM fashion publicity (includes press caption describing outfit).
1931: A film still from Possessed with Wallace Ford (bigger, better replacement).
1932: Publicity by Hurrell (includes press caption).
TV: 1970s: Thanks to Gregor for his correct info about The Sunday Night Joan Crawford Theatre. I'd initially thought it was a 4-week series of Joan films broadcast on NYC TV in January 1975, but in fact, it was broadcast for 4 weeks in January 1970.
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Mamacita -- Added excerpt from Varney's book re Mama's importance in Joan's household.
BOOKS: On the "Books with Joan Mentions" page, added cover photo, description, and sample text from designer Carleton Varney's 15-page chapter about Joan in his 1980 book There's No Place Like Home.
CHRONOLOGY: 1970s: Added detailed information from Varney's There's No Place Like Home re Joan's last days (May 4 through May 10, 1977). (In his book, Varney interviewed Joan's companion during her last years, Darinka Papich.)
ENCYCLOPEDIA: Bisexuality of Joan: Added excerpt from Varney's There's No Place Like Home re his dinner date with Christina in 1967 during which she inquired about a fan and her mother's sexuality.
1955: On the set of Queen Bee with bunny (includes press caption).
1960: With Walter Keane (who took credit for his wife Margaret's paintings).
1964: A wardrobe test for Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte.
UPCOMING US TCM FILM SCHEDULE (times Eastern):
Sunday, Oct. 27: 5:30pm -- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Monday, Nov. 4: 10:45am -- Torch Song
Tuesday, Nov. 26: 8:00pm -- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Tuesday, Dec. 3: 8:00pm -- Humoresque
Saturday, Dec. 7: 6:30am -- Dance, Fools, Dance
Monday, Dec. 9: 12:00am -- The Women
Tuesday, Dec. 17: 12:15pm -- This Woman Is Dangerous
Friday, Dec. 27: 11:00am -- Flamingo Road
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LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
December 11, 2018: Female on the Beach on Blu-ray