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]
A 4-page Loew's State newsletter promoting Paris (includes 5 photos from and 4 articles about the film).
Publicity shot for the 13 WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1926.
1928: Publicity by Ruth Harriet Louise (bigger, better replacement with new press caption describing outfit).
TV: Thanks to Vincent for this 1975 newspaper ad from WNEW-TV (channel 5) in New York City, promoting "The Sunday Night Joan Crawford Theatre." (Joan was taped introducing Mildred Pierce on one Sunday evening, but unknown if she also introduced her films on the other Sunday nights.)
1964: Candid at dinner with theater producer Frank Hale (includes newspaper clipping).
1967: Hosting ABC's Hollywood Palace (includes newspaper clipping).
1968: A still from The Lucy Show with Lew Parker.
1961: Publicity for Zane Grey Theatre's "One Must Die" (includes press captions).
1963: At the Oscars with Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren, and Maximilian Schell.
1955 to friend Bill Shea with inside joke.
1956 to a fan with thanks and travel plans. (See also the 4/11 entry below for more letters to the same fan.)
FILMS: Thanks to Michael Lia for his review of The Story of Esther Costello. (And he's got more to come!) If you'd like to share your own review of any Joan film with readers of this website, please e-mail me (and remember to include a star rating, of 5).
PHOTOS: Thanks to Vincent for the below 5 great photos!
1957: The Story of Esther Costello -- On the set with Heather Sears and Sears' visiting sister.
1954: Candid with Sonja Henie by Bob Beerman.
1955: A film still from Female on the Beach with Jeff Chandler, Natalie Schafer, Ed Fury, and Cecil Kellaway.
1945: A film still from Mildred Pierce with Eve Arden.
1951: Publicity for Goodbye, My Fancy by Bert Six.
UPCOMING US TCM FILM SCHEDULE (times Eastern):
Thursday, April 11:
7:15am -- Dance, Fools, Dance
8:45am -- Laughing Sinners
Thursday, April 18: 4:15am -- It's a Great Feeling
Tuesday, April 23: 1:30am -- Above Suspicion
Sunday, April 25: 5:30pm -- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Wednesday, May 1:
12:00pm -- This Woman Is Dangerous
1:45pm -- Paid
Sunday, May 12: 3:30pm -- Mildred Pierce
Thursday, May 16: 8:00pm -- Hollywood Canteen
Friday, June 7: 9:00am -- The Last of Mrs. Cheyney
Tuesday, June 25: 6:30am -- Dancing Lady
EVENTS: Friday, April 12: Women and Cocaine presents 1930's Paid at The Cinema Museum of London. (Thanks, Caroline!)
Publicity for Ice Follies of 1939 with James Stewart and Lew Ayres (includes press caption).
1941: Publicity for When Ladies Meet (includes press caption).
1942: Columbia publicity at home for They All Kissed the Bride.
1943: MGM publicity at home for Above Suspicion (includes press caption).
A new entry for and photo of Horst.
A self-portrait by Hurrell.
No More Ladies (1935) -- Three links, US and Swedish movie posters, two bigger lobby cards, a US magazine ad, and the end title shot.
1930: A film still from the never-released Great Day! (See also this site's Great Day! page for two lengthy accounts of why the film was never released: from the 1983 Ultimate Star bio and a 2002 essay by Sandy McLendon.)
Montana Moon (1930) -- A link.
Our Blushing Brides (1930) -- A link.
Paid (1930) -- A plot summary and 3 links.
Spring Fever (1927) -- End title shot.
Across to Singapore (1928) -- End title shot.
Our Dancing Daughters (1928) -- Link and end title shot.
Hollywood Revue of 1929 -- Three new links and end title shot.
Our Modern Maidens (1929) -- Link and end title shot.
Untamed (1929) -- A plot summary and three new links.
FILMS: Four new movie posters for The Karate Killers.
Thomas LeSueur -- Added two Abilene, Texas, newspaper articles about LeSueur's death, age 70, in 1938.
Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne -- Added a new entry and photo for this premiere (reputedly lavender) Broadway couple that inspired Joan to marry Franchot Tone in 1935.
Happy Birthday, Joan!
ENCYCLOPEDIA: K: Updated entry for The Karate Killers.
TIMELINE: 1967: Updated info for Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Karate Killers filming and release, first on US TV and then in London theaters.
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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
Visitors to this page since the site's debut on March 23, 2004:
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