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 - 2016 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 12 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2016
[in last month]
1941: A film still from When Ladies Meet with Robert Taylor.
1943: Above Suspicion -- A candid on the set lighting the cigs of husband Phil Terry, director Richard Thorpe, and co-stars Conrad Veidt and Fred MacMurray (including a press snipe). And a bigger, better replacement for a film still with MacMurray.
1944: Color publicity with Joan Leslie.
1945: Publicity for Mildred Pierce shot by Bert Six.
PUBLICATIONS: 1934 cover of a St. Louis Sunday supplement comparing stars then and now.
1931: Publicity for Laughing Sinners.
1933: A bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot from Dancing Lady.
1935: A film still from I Live My Life.
1936: Publicity for The Gorgeous Hussy (including press snipe re the expensive Indian star sapphire she's wearing).
1938: A film still from The Shining Hour with Melvyn Douglas.
A bookmark from India promoting 1929's Untamed (see last row).
A window card for a showing of 1931's Dance, Fools, Dance in Pelham, New York.
COLLECTIBLES: A cover ("General Delivery") from a Tijuana Bible.
1929: Publicity for Untamed with Robert Montgomery.
MAGAZINES: Screenland (April 1929): "The Modern Maid Inspires the Mode," by Adrian. A 4-pg essay by the designer on Joan's modern style ("She is as indefinite as every other modernistic tendency") and how you can achieve it.
1925: A film still from Old Clothes with Jackie Coogan.
1953: Torch Song -- A bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot with Gig Young.
1955: A candid with roses.
1963: A candid with journalist Herbert Luft.
1965: At the Oscars.
FILMS: Johnny Guitar: A 5-ft-by-2-ft US theater banner, plus a 1955 newspaper ad for a New York drive-in showing.
1947: On the set of Daisy Kenyon with Leonard Lyons, Walter Winchell, and Dana Andrews.
1952: A film still from Sudden Fear.
1953: A bigger replacement for a Torch Song still with Charles Walters (includes a new press snipe).
1955: A film still from Queen Bee with John Ireland.
1957: A film still from The Story of Esther Costello with Denis O'Dea.
1948: Candid with Gertrude Michael.
1952: Sudden Fear -- A bigger, better replacement film still with Jack Palance.
1938: Candid at home playing badminton.
1941: A film still from A Woman's Face with Richard Nichols (Lars-Erik!).
1942: A film still from They All Kissed the Bride with Melvyn Douglas.
1943: Candid with Jack Benny, Gary Cooper, and husband Phil Terry.
1944: A candid fan snapshot.
Rain -- Publicity by John Miehle.
1925: A film still from Old Clothes with Jackie Coogan and Max Davidson.
1928: Publicity shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
1931: This Modern Age -- A film still with Monroe Owsley.
1962: On Christmas letterhead to George Cukor, with thanks for his Christmas gift and his opinion of Baby Jane.
Four letters to Pepsi exec Jim Shircliff: 1968 Christmas greeting, 1973 Christmas greeting, a 1974 post-Christmas letter with excitement over family and "happy sheep dog" holiday photo, and a 1977 post-Christmas letter.
1969: Christmas greetings to a friend.
1970: To columnist and TV host Irv Kupcinet.
1972: To an Australian fan.
1975: To a fan with thanks for his appreciation of her work.
1977: To a friend with thanks for a birthday poem. (This April letter is one of Joan's last sent. She died on May 10.)
A color candid in Los Angeles for a Portrait of Joan signing.
FILMS: A link to a 2012 excerpt from Cliff Robertson's unpublished autobiography about his quasi-sexual first encounter with Joan when initially up for his role in 1956's Autumn Leaves.
1954: Candid at a premiere with a "Joan Crawford doll."
Autumn Leaves -- A screen shot on the beach with Cliff Robertson.
Candid with Christina by Eve Arnold from a Woman's Home Companion article.
The Best of Everything -- A color photo on the set added to an already existing page with actress Linda Hutchings.
A contact sheet by Eve Arnold from her Life magazine (10/5/69) session with Joan.
Autumn Leaves -- A post-battering grocery-store still with Ruth Donnelly.
A still from a session with Cecil Beaton.
1959: Publicity on the set of The Best of Everything by Eve Arnold. (Thanks to Dara.)
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