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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2016 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 12 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2016
[in last month]
1960: Candid promoting Pepsi's new soda, "Teem."
1968: A color candid in Houston, Texas.
1970: Candid at the Golden Globes.
June 24, 1977: Remembering Joan: Her Beverly Hills tribute at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, one (with John Wayne, Robert Young, and Myrna Loy) and two (in color, with George Cukor, Wayne, Loy, and Steven Spielberg).
At a nightclub with comedians Allen & Rossi.
1962: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- A publicity shot on the set (includes press blurb).
1963: At the Academy Awards with Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren, and Maximilian Schell.
1964: A film still from Strait-Jacket with Diane Baker.
1956: With husband Al Steele and twins at London's train station.
FILMS: Cover and nominee page of the March 1953 Oscars program (Sudden Fear -- Joan nominated for Best Actress and Jack Palance nominated for Best Supporting Actor).
1949: Color publicity at home.
1950: Publicity for The Damned Don't Cry shot by Bert Six.
1956: A bigger, better replacement candid at London's Dorchester Hotel.
On the set of Story of Esther Costello.
Candid on the streets of Rome with husband Al Steele.
Filming a scene from Possessed.
1949: A candid with Cesar Romero.
1950: On the set of Harriet Craig with director Vince Sherman.
1942: Publicity for Vogue.
A Woman's Face -- Publicity doing "The Weaving Dance" with David Tihmar (includes press blurb describing dance and movie).
When Ladies Meet -- Costume publicity shot.
Early Merry Christmas, y'all!
ENCYCLOPEDIA--O: Added a new entry and photo for Arch Oboler; Joan appeared on the Arch Oboler's Plays radio show in March 1940 in an episode called "Baby."
ENCYCLOPEDIA--S: Added a new entry and photo for Screen Guild Theater; Joan appeared on the debut episode of this radio program in January 1939.
1939: On the set of the debut episode of the Screen Guild Theater radio program: one (with announcer John Conte), two (with George Murphy and Jack Benny), and three (with Benny, Murphy, and Reginald Gardiner).
1940: Rehearsing for a radio broadcast of Arch Oboler's Plays with Arch Oboler.
1938: A film still from Mannequin with Spencer Tracy.
1937: Candid with husband Franchot Tone and director Frank Borzage.
Mannequin -- A film still with Alan Curtis.
A candid with a mustachioed Franchot Tone.
1934: Publicity by Hurrell.
Candid with "Michael Brooke," aka Charles Greville, the 7th Earl of Warwick, who was seeking a Hollywood career.
1937: On the set of The Last of Mrs. Cheyney with William Powell and Robert Montgomery.
1934: On the set of Forsaking All Others with Clark Gable.
1935: MGM publicity.
Bigger, better replacement publicity by Hurrell.
Candids: At the Beverly Wilshire Mayfair Ball with husband Franchot Tone, director Mitchell Leisen, and Virginia Bruce (includes lengthy press blurb); and at unknown event with Franchot and Austrian actor Francis Lederer.
A film still from Letty Lynton with Louise Closser Hale.
Publicity by Hurrell.
Publicity for Today We Live by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
Publicity for Dancing Lady with Ted Healy.
1930: Publicity by Hurrell.
Grand Hotel -- On the set with Lionel Barrymore.
Letty Lynton -- A film still with Robert Montgomery.
Law of the Range -- A film still with Tim McCoy.
Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise, with blurb describing Joan's "Nordic Night" ensemble by Adrian.
Our Modern Maidens -- A film still with Eddie Nugent.
1930: Publicity by Hurrell.
1925: Publicity for Old Clothes with Jackie Coogan and Allan Forrest.
On the set of The Understanding Heart.
Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise.
A film still from Across to Singapore with Ramon Novarro.
A film still from Law of the Range with Tim McCoy and Rex Lease.
1968: A film still from Berserk.
1970: A bigger, better replacement for a Trog film still.
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