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 - 2015 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 11 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2015
[in last month]
LOBBY CARDS: Added 8 new Strange Cargo "Color Glo" lobbies from the U.S.
Strange Cargo -- A film still with Clark Gable.
A publicity shot by Laszlo Willinger.
1938: A candid with Franchot Tone.
Candid at the Stork Club with socialite Brenda Frazier.
Publicity shot by Laszlo Willinger.
ART: I've created a page on this website where you can discover -- and own -- Joan prints created and signed by MOMA-featured artist Martin Kreloff. Visit the special Kreloff page to see the prints available. You can contact the artist via his website re ordering.
I Live My Life -- A film still.
The Gorgeous Hussy -- A film still with Melvyn Douglas.
Love on the Run -- A publicity shot with Clark Gable.
The Last of Mrs. Cheyney -- A publicity shot with Robert Montgomery and William Powell.
Today We Live: A film still with Franchot Tone.
Dancing Lady: A film still.
Who among us doesn't have a hangover from Monday?
TCM's Summer Under the Stars
AUGUST 10 is Joan Crawford Day!
6am (Eastern) -- The Unknown
FILMS: Four new lobby cards for 1932's Rain.
Film still from Paid with John Miljan.
Grand Hotel -- Publicity with Jean Hersholt plus Joan's actual signature on the premiere-night sign-in ledger; at the premiere with husband Doug Fairbanks, Jr.; credit shot for "Flaemmchen"; screen shots one and two; and bigger, better replacement film stills with Wallace Beery one and two.
At the train station with Doug Jr., back from their belated European honeymoon.
FILMS: Six bigger, better lobby cards for 1931's Dance, Fools, Dance.
Laughing Sinners -- A film still with George F. Marion.
This Modern Age -- Candid on the set with Pauline Frederick (plus publicity blurb).
Possessed -- A film still with Clark Gable.
1928: Publicity for Dream of Love shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1929: Publicity with Doug Jr..
Our Blushing Brides -- A film still with Robert Montgomery.
A bigger, better replacement for a Hurrell publicity shot.
An October 1928 cover of Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World touting Our Dancing Daughters.
1927: Being sketched by vaudevillian and cartoonist Bert Levy.
Across to Singapore: A film still with Ramon Novarro.
Four Walls: A film still.
1927: Spring Fever -- A film still with William Haines.
MAGAZINES: An article from the April 1927 Motion Picture: "Her Kingdom for a Friend: A Strange Story About the Supposedly Gay Joan Crawford."
1927: A film still from The Unknown.
1942: To an MGM exec asking for a donation for the wartime nursery school project she's heading up.
1953: To a fan, re the "ham" coming out in Torch Song.
1955: To a fan, re Female on the Beach and upcoming films.
To a friend and potential crew member re working on The Best of Everything.
To a fan re where to buy a collectible car.
1966: To a fan, along with monogrammed hankey for auction.
To set designer Ambrose Du Bek, with thanks for flowers and Easter wishes.
To set designer Du Bek, with more thanks for flowers and Easter wishes.
More thanks to Du Bek for more flowers.
1974: Thanks again, Mr. Du Bek! (includes Joan's home phone number)
To a fan with thanks for a T-shirt that he made her.
1977: A month before her death, to Du Bek re his travels and dental surgery.
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LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
March 4, 2014. Montana Moon, Our Blushing Brides, I Live My Life, The Last of Mrs. Cheyney, and The Bride Wore Red on DVD from Warner Archives.
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