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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2015 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 11 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2015
[in last month]
To Justices Anthony M. Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen G. Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan.
And to President Obama for your support and then this beautifully lit White House.
I can hardly believe any of it.
June 26, 2015. And in memory of Stonewall, June 28, 1969.
A publicity shot from Dance, Fools, Dance.
A publicity shot from Laughing Sinners.
A publicity shot by Hurrell.
FILMS: A program for The Taxi Dancer.
1925: Sally, Irene, and Mary -- A film still with Douglas Gilmore.
1926: Publicity shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
The Taxi Dancer -- A film still with Douglas Gilmore.
Rose-Marie -- A film still with House Peters.
Our Dancing Daughters -- A bigger, better replacement for a publicity shot with Johnny Mack Brown.
Publicity shot by Ruth Harriet Louise.
Publicity by unknown.
1950: To a fan with thanks for birthday wishes.
1964: To a friend with news of illness and kids.
1975: To a friend re a visit and mutual friends.
1977: To Theater World editor John Willis.
GEOGRAPHY: A close-up of the stage of Joan's private theater at her Brentwood home.
TELEVISION: A 1-page ABC press release for Joan's 1972 appearance on The Sixth Sense.
On the set of The Best of Everything, holding hands with actress Linda Hutchings. (NOTE: This is a bigger color version of the old b/w picture, which had incorrectly labeled Joan's companion as costumer Adele Palmer.)
Like a boss: Candid at Pepsi headquarters in NYC.
1963: A huge addition to a page with a candid at the Waldorf.
1974: A bigger, better replacement with Henry Fonda at the Rainbow Room, Joan's last public appearance.
1952: With Jack Palance in Sudden Fear.
1953: Candid on the Torch Song set. (Great shot but this version is of terrible quality -- just a placeholder 'til I find a better one.)
Female on the Beach -- With Jan Sterling.
1942: They All Kissed the Bride -- A film still with Melvyn Douglas.
1950: Publicity shot.
1953: A publicity shot for Torch Song.
1940: Publicity by Horst P. Horst.
They All Kissed the Bride -- Dancing publicity with a Marine.
Reunion in France -- Film still with Philip Dorn.
1946: Small candid at Waikiki Beach.
1937: A film still from The Bride Wore Red.
Rain -- A bigger, better replacement for publicity by Miehle.
1935: Candid with new husband Franchot Tone at the Waldorf Astoria.
ART: By Zach Bellissimo, inspired by The Unknown.
1931: Dance, Fools, Dance -- A film still with Lester Vail.
1928: Film still from Our Dancing Daughters with Johnny Mack Brown.
1929: On Catalina Beach, shot by Nickolas Murray.
FILMS: A UK title card for 1967's The Karate Killers.
1971: Candid at a Pepsi promotional event.
On the set of The Best of Everything with producer Jerry Wald.
At Pepsi headquarters months after Al Steele's death.
1960: Smoking candid.
1962: A bigger, better replacement (sans watermark) presenting jockey John Rotz with the Preakness trophy.
1963: On the set of The Caretakers, autographed to her assistant in the photo.
FILMS: A US magazine ad for Harriet Craig: "What Was Harriet Craig's Lie?" (Thanks to Thomas.)
Johnny Guitar -- Film still with Royal Dano.
A candid with George Nader.
1955: On the set of Female on the Beach.
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LATEST AND UPCOMING RELEASES
March 4, 2014. Montana Moon, Our Blushing Brides, I Live My Life, The Last of Mrs. Cheyney, and The Bride Wore Red on DVD from Warner Archives.
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