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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]
1926: A film still from Paris, including press blurb and Joan's signature from back of photo.
1927: An MGM fashion publicity shot.
1928: Filming a scene from Rose-Marie.
1929: Publicity for Untamed.
1965: Candid with a fan.
1968: A bigger, better replacement for a Berserk film still.
1976: From Joan's last photo session, shot by John Engstead.
MAGAZINES: Look (September 26, 1939): A 6-page, 23-photo pictorial: "My Past, Present, and Future by Joan Crawford."
1941: A bigger, better replacement for a Hurrell publicity shot, with new press snipe.
1944: Candid at home with husband Phil Terry, shot by John Engstead.
1947: Publicity for Daisy Kenyon.
1952: Color publicity for This Woman Is Dangerous, with David Brian.
1959: On the set of The Best of Everything.
1937: A title screen shot for The Bride Wore Red.
1938: A bigger, better replacement for a Mannequin film still with Spencer Tracy.
1936: More Love on the Run!
1933: Bigger, better replacement publicity by Hurrell.
1936: Love on the Run
Candid on the set (new).
1929: Publicity shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
Paid -- A joke shot on the set with director Sam Wood, Marie Dressler, Wallace Beery, and Polly Moran.
Dance, Fools, Dance -- A bigger, better replacement film still with Clark Gable.
Possessed -- On the set: A photo and in-depth description of the scene courtesy of Mark A. Vieira.
1932: Grand Hotel -- Publicity shot.
A French publicity sheet for 1927's The Unknown (L'Inconnu).
A US newspaper ad for 1929's Our Modern Maidens.
1925: A film still from Pretty Ladies with ZaSu Pitts.
Joan and Doug at the Grauman's premiere of Hollywood Revue of 1929.
Publicity for Our Modern Maidens.
1961: On the game show I've Got a Secret with host Garry Moore and panelists.
A film still from Berserk with Robert Hardy.
An appearance on Irv Kupcinet's Chicago TV show.
1971: At a press conference in LA promoting My Way of Life.
1954: With columnist Earl Wilson at the Beverly Hills Hotel Crystal Room.
1956: With Big Al at London's Dorchester Hotel.
The Story of Esther Costello: A film still with Rossano Brazzi.
On a Pepsi tour with Rolls-Royce in Johannesburg.
1958: With Big Al on the staircase of their East 70th Street apartment.
1960: With twins Cathy and Cynthia.
1950: A screen shot from The Damned Don't Cry.
A 46-ft-long (!) piece by Dawn Clements from 2004: Travels with Myra Hudson. A primary photo of the entire piece, plus 7 detailed shots and a Saatchi Gallery description.
Created a new entry for costumer William Travilla, who worked with Joan on Flamingo Road. Includes an extended quote re an explosive encounter with her on the film set, plus a kinder, gentler meeting a decade later. Also includes photos of Travilla and sketches of "Lane Bellamy" costumes. (Thanks to Vincent for guiding me to the source for the info.)
Also added a 1949 photo of Joan with Gene Tierney to the page's Tierney entry.
On the set of Possessed with producer Wald and director Bernhardt.
Candid at a Beverly Hills toy store opening, with a monkey on her back.
1950: A small publicity shot for Harriet Craig with Wendell Corey.
A candid publicity shot displaying artwork by Christina. (From unknown magazine asking stars which possession they treasured the most.)
Publicity for Above Suspicion with Fred MacMurray.
At a Warners reception at NYC's Sherry-Netherland hotel, with actress Nancy Walker.
AWARDS: Added 21 new photos and descriptions for various Joan awards now housed in the Brandeis Collection.
Note: The items on the page of this site formerly known as "Awards/Art/Other" have now been separated into two new pages: Awards (featuring Joan's Oscar, Golden Globe, plus new Brandeis pieces), and Art Collection/Other (featuring personal items, like Joan's own art collection, furniture, checks, compacts, etc.).
1931: Candid with Marlene Dietrich.
1932: A screen shot from Grand Hotel.
1936: A publicity shot.
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