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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]
1952: A bigger, better replacement for a Sudden Fear publicity shot with poodle.
1954: A film still from Johnny Guitar with Sterling Hayden.
1959: Publicity for The Best of Everything.
1937: On the set of The Bride Wore Red.
Ice Follies of 1939 -- A bigger, better replacement on the set with niece Joanie LeSueur.
A candid with boyfriend Charles Martin.
1942: A bigger, better replacement for They All Kissed the Bride publicity.
1946: A screen shot from Humoresque.
1949: At a club with George Cukor, Clifton Webb, and Gene Tierney.
ADS: 1933 for Max Factor ("How Joan Crawford Gives Her Beauty Dramatic Appeal!").
Strange Cargo: One new lobby card and four bigger replacements.
Above Suspicion: One new lobby card and three bigger replacements.
Cine-Revue (France): 1966 issue with a 1959 color photo.
Everybody's (UK): A 1954 cover.
Le Film Complet (France): Cover featuring No More Ladies.
Screen Pictorial (Japan): A 1934 cover.
Sight and Sound (UK): A May 2016 cover.
Viva (US): 1978 article photo.
1930: With Xavier Cugat and his Grauman's caricature of Joan.
1931: Doug Jr. with Joan-mask, shot by Steichen.
A film still from Letty Lynton with Robert Montgomery.
A bigger, better replacement Rain publicity shot by John Miehle.
Publicity for Today We Live shot by Hurrell.
Candid on the set of Dancing Lady.
1928: A bigger, better replacement for a film still with John Gilbert in Four Walls.
1929: A pirate publicity shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1960: To photographer Don Gusias with thanks for perfume and re upcoming role in Return to Peyton Place.
1965: To author James M. Cain re his script, The Magician's Wife, and her potential role in it.
August: To a fan re Joan's "floating island" recipe.
November: To Chicago columnist Irv Kupcinet and wife.
May: To a friend re Betty Barker, and Phyllis Whitney's book Listen for the Whisperer.
December: To a friend with apology for delay in writing.
Update: Thanks to Anne and Brad for identifying the woman in the photo shown in the 6/10 entry below. She's Beatrice Majors Van Vleet Burns, wife of the Hawaiian governor in 1965, John Burns. To learn more, see this 1997 article about Mrs. Burns, by her son.
1959: Color on the set of The Best of Everything with twins and poodles.
1963: On the set of The Caretakers with Polly Bergen and Constance Ford.
1964: A candid with some very big beads.
Hosting The Hollywood Palace, with Jack Jones.
1968: A bigger, better replacement for a Berserk still with Judy Geeson.
1970: A bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot with Dick Martin on the Tim Conway Comedy Hour.
Publicity for Female on the Beach, including a Universal press blurb ("Queen of Films -- and Fashion!").
Candid on the set of Queen Bee, with Lucy Marlow.
Receiving the "Golden Shutter Award" from the LA Press Photographers Association.
Joan and cake-fingers, a few days after her marriage to Al Steele.
1956: In London with Al, Norman Wisdom, Belinda Lee, and Laurence Harvey.
1949: Publicity shot by Bert Six.
1950: A bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot (this one autographed).
1953: Publicity candid on the set of Torch Song.
1954: Two color screen shots from Johnny Guitar with Sterling Hayden.
1938: Publicity shot with gown by Adrian.
1939: Publicity for The Women.
1946: Autographed publicity.
1948: Candid with beau Greg Bautzer.
ADS: A new 1931 ad for "Skinner's Silks."
1932: With husband Doug Fairbanks, Jr., back from their belated European honeymoon.
1935: On the set of I Live My Life.
FILMS: A new lobby card for 1931's Laughing Sinners.
1930: Bigger, better replacement publicity shot by Hurrell.
A film still from Dance, Fools, Dance with Lester Vail.
A film still from Laughing Sinners with Neil Hamilton.
FILMS: A 1971 TV Guide ad for a Kansas City late-night CBS showing of 1955's Female on the Beach.
1950: A bigger, better replacement with Lana Turner on the set of Turner's A Life of Her Own, with new press blurb.
1952: A screen shot from This Woman Is Dangerous with Dennis Morgan.
1956: A bigger, better replacement film still with Vera Miles in Autumn Leaves.
1957: Publicity for The Story of Esther Costello, with German press blurb.
1962: At the International Press Honors Awards with Rosalind Russell.
Candid with husband Phil Terry at Mocambo.
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