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]
FILMS: Untamed -- Four bigger, better replacement US lobby cards.
Law of the Range -- A film still with Tim McCoy and Rex Lease.
Our Dancing Daughters -- A film still with Johnny Mack Brown.
Dream of Love -- Publicity.
1929: Our Modern Maidens -- A film still with Doug Fairbanks, Jr. (includes press caption).
1930: Our Blushing Brides -- A film still with Robert Montgomery.
1925: A US poster for Sally, Irene, and Mary.
1926: A US poster and TCM article link for The Boob.
A US lobby card for Winners of the Wildnerness.
Two US lobby cards for Twelve Miles Out.
A TCM article link for Spring Fever.
1928: French and Swedish posters for Dream of Love.
1971: Six small candids with Cesar Romero at the Golden Globes.
1960: To personal masseur Gunnar Ohberg and wife.
1960: With thanks for watering her plants while she was gone.
1961: From Italy to longtime secretary Betty Barker with profuse thanks and apologies for "all the turmoil."
1962: To journalist with news of Caretakers judo lessons and her "banged up finger."
1969: Lengthy letter to director George Cukor re working in London (and the present group of "arty, disheveled, pretentious" starlets).
1974: To a fan re St. Jude and My Way of Life.
Candid on the beach with Cliff Robertson (thanks to Vincent).
Bigger, better replacements:
Bigger, better replacements:
Film stills on bed with Sullivan, one and two; publicity reclining on bed, black/white and color; with John Ireland -- publicity and stills one (with new press caption) and two (final car scene); and still with Lucy Marlow (with new press caption).
FILMS: Queen Bee -- Eight bigger, better replacement US lobby cards.
UPCOMING US TCM FILM SCHEDULE (times Eastern):
Tuesday, June 25: 6:30am -- Dancing Lady
Wednesday, July 24: 6:15pm -- This Woman Is Dangerous
Friday, July 26:
5:00 pm -- Ice Follies of 1939
8:00 pm -- The Women
Friday, August 2: 2:30pm -- Susan and God
Monday, August 5:
3:00pm -- The Shining Hour
6:00pm -- A Woman's Face
Tuesday, Sept. 3: 10:00am -- Trog
Monday, Sept. 16: 4:45am -- The Unknown
FILMS: Queen Bee
A new TCM article link, 2013 DVD cover, and excerpt from dvdtalk.com (with link to full review).
Posters: A US one-sheet, three-sheet, insert, and two half-sheets. Plus bigger UK and French posters.
On the set of This Woman Is Dangerous with Cliquot (includes press caption).
RKO publicity by Ernest Bachrach.
1954: A screen shot from Johnny Guitar with Sterling Hayden.
This Woman Is Dangerous -- A US one-sheet, three-sheet, half-sheet, window card, and newspaper ad; a Belgian one-sheet; and an end title shot.
Sudden Fear -- A link and an RKO campaign book cover.
Johnny Guitar -- A link, an Italian poster, and a Japanese program.
Publicity shot (bigger, better replacement).
1949: Publicity by Bert Six (bigger, better replacement).
1950: Candid on the set of Harriet Craig.
A film still from Goodbye, My Fancy with Lurene Tuttle and Eve Arden.
Above Suspicion -- Three links, title shot, and end title shot.
Flamingo Road -- Link, 2017 DVD cover, US one-sheet, and US six-sheet.
1938: Publicity shot.
1941: With Yucca Salamunich and his completed Joan bust.
1944: Publicity at home with dachshund. (Thanks to Vincent.)
1945: A film still from Mildred Pierce with Jo Ann Marlowe and Ann Blyth.
Ice Follies of 1939 -- A new link and new color end title shot.
Strange Cargo -- A new title shot, new link, and a capsule review from MoriaReviews.com (with link to full review).
A Woman's Face -- A new link and new DVD info.
1930: Montana Moon -- A film still with Ricardo Cortez.
1933: Today We Live -- Bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
1935: No More Ladies -- Publicity shot with Robert Montgomery.
1938: Publicity shot by Laszlo Willinger.
1934: Publicity for Chained by Hurrell.
1936: Publicity for The Gorgeous Hussy.
Sadie McKee -- A link and a title shot.
Chained -- A link, a lobby, and two half-sheets.
The Gorgeous Hussy -- A link and an end title shot.
1927: A publicity shot from The Unknown.
1928: Publicity shot by Ruth Harriet Louise (includes press caption describing outfit).
Spring Fever -- A US herald cover.
Rain -- A new review by Michael (his 48th review for this site!).
Michael's been a hugely meaningful contributor to this website since its inception in 2004. Since that time, he's contributed a whopping 47 reviews of Joan's movies (with two still in the queue!). Thank you so much, Michael. Your contributions both to this site and to Joan-lore are greatly appreciated.
Three Joan caricatures by English cartoonist Gary Smith.
1969: On the set of Night Gallery with Steven Spielberg--note the flip-flops! (Thanks again to Vincent!)
1955: To a fan re happiness and new movie plans.
1956: To friends with thanks from Switzerland.
1959: To a friend re new film and future plans.
1967: To a fan re Merv Griffin Show appearance.
1975: Two pages to fan re recent magazine interviews.
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LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
December 11, 2018: Female on the Beach on Blu-ray
September 25, 2018:
Psycho Biddy Double Feature: Strait-Jacket and Berserk on Blu-ray
August 21, 2018: Strait-Jacket on Blu-ray