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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2017 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 13 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2017
[in last month]
1934: Publicity for Sadie McKee by Hurrell.
1936: Publicity for Love on the Run with Clark Gable.
1937: Publicity for The Last of Mrs. Cheyney with Robert Montgomery and William Powell.
1938: Candid at the Ringling Bros./Barnum & Bailey Circus at Madison Square Garden.
1929: On the set of Our Modern Maidens with Rod LaRocque and Eddie Nugent.
A film still from Montana Moon with Johnny Mack Brown.
A film still from Paid.
1931: Publicity by Hurrell.
A film still from Letty Lynton with Nils Asther.
1926: Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise, autographed to "Johnnie."
1928: Our Dancing Daughters -- Publicity with Johnny Mack Brown.
1929: MGM fashion publicity with press blurb.
1953: Publicity for Torch Song.
1955: Publicity for Queen Bee.
1957: A candid with hat.
1952: A color candid.
Added 14 photos to the main LETTERS page while in the process of re-doing the whole section. (Have currently renovated through 1961.)
And new letters:
1936: To a fan with thanks for clippings.
1956: To a British fan. (Thanks to Vincent.)
1958: A Christmas greeting to Jerry Lewis.
1959: To a fan with thanks for clips and for sharing their mutual sense of loss.
Mildred Pierce will be released on Criterion Blu-ray February 21, with the following extras:
New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
New conversation with critics Molly Haskell and Robert Polito
Excerpt from a 1970 episode of The David Frost Show featuring actor Joan Crawford
Joan Crawford: The Ultimate Movie Star, a 2002 feature-length documentary
Q&A with actor Ann Blyth from 2002, conducted by film historian Eddie Muller
Segment from a 1969 episode of the Today show featuring Mildred Pierce novelist James M. Cain
An essay by critic Imogen Sara Smith
I also added past Blu-ray release info and cover photos to the following FILMS pages of this site: Grand Hotel, The Women, Daisy Kenyon, Possessed ('47), Johnny Guitar, The Best of Everything, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, and I Saw What You Did.
FILMS: A 1959 German re-release poster for Johnny Guitar (last row).
1950: Harriet Craig -- Publicity shot by Edward Cronenweth.
1/01/17 Happy 2017, Everybody!
1943: Color Warners publicity.
Color magazine publicity.
FILMS: A Roxy Theatre (NYC) program cover and centerfold for 1942's They All Kissed the Bride.
1932: Publicity for Letty Lynton with Robert Montgomery.
1939: Publicity for The Women.
1941: Publicity for When Ladies Meet with Taylor, Garson, and Marshall.
ART: A second version of the 1930 "devil portrait" by Chilean artist Jorge Delano (aka "Coke").
A 1931 color postcard from Ocean Park, Cal., featuring a marquee for Laughing Sinners.
A 1932 Spanish herald for Letty Lynton (row 4).
Two lobby cards for 1933's Dancing Lady.
Two lobby cards for 1934's Chained.
1931: Possessed -- Publicity with Clark Gable, shot by Hurrell.
1932: Letty Lynton -- Publicity in the famous dress, shot by Hurrell.
FILMS: A lobby card for The Unknown: "She laughs at death!"
1925: Firecracker publicity from the Calgary Eye-Opener.
1926: A bigger, better replacement with grisettes on the set of Paris.
A bigger, better replacement film still from Taxi Dancer.
1958: To a friend re travels in Europe and the upcoming Bob Hope TV show.
1962: To a friend re his visit to her Philly press conference (on Pepsi stationery).
1964: To the same '62 friend (above) re another Philly visit and Joan's MGM recordings.
1969: To costume/set designer Ambrose du Bek.
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