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All original Encyclopedia text, from A to Z, is copyright © 2004 - 2021 by Stephanie Jones
Celebrating 17 Years of BOE: 2004 – 2021
(October 2020 to present)
LATEST SITE UPDATES
[in last month]
(times US Eastern)
Tuesday, June 1, 6:15am: Trog ('70)
Sunday, June 6, 12:00am and 10:00am: Possessed ('47)
Monday, June 21, 12:15am: West Point ('28)
Thursday, June 24, 6:00am: Above Suspicion ('43)
On the set of Rain with director Lewis Milestone.
Publicity by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
1933: Bicycle publicity for Today We Live.
1936: Rehearsing with husband Franchot Tone for the Lux Theatre radio broadcast of "Chained."
FILMS: No More Ladies -- A program from NYC's Capitol Theatre.
Our Dancing Daughters -- An 8-page program from NYC's Capitol Theatre advertising the theater's very first sound picture (autographed by Joan at unknown later date).
Grand Hotel -- A US trade ad ("When MAMA asks for MAZUMEH in the coming cold winter...")
BOOKS: Cover of the 1931 first US edition (Doubleday Doran) of Grand Hotel.
The Unknown: New links to articles from Moria, silentfilmorg.com, and TCM.
1927: Candid on the set of The Unknown (note that they're reading a newspaper with an ad for another Joan film, The Understanding Heart).
1930: A deco film still from Our Blushing Brides with Robert Montgomery.
MAGAZINES: 1932 and 1933 covers from Poland's Panorama.
1942: To a fan club member (who's apologized for prohibited pictures of little Christina).
1968: To a persistent UK fan with thanks for gifts. (Note the repeated "us" and "the children"---although Joan had been living alone for over 9 years and her youngest kids were over age 20. See also Joan's letter to this man on the next day.)
May -- To publicist/friend Dore Freeman (who's being nosy).
August -- To a friend having health problems.
November -- To a fan re Town Hall and My Way of Life.
1974: To same Nov '73 fan (above) re The Caretakers.
1975: To same Nov '73 fan re Vreeland Met exhibit.
1958: Candid with Bob Hope, husband Al Steele, and sportscaster Harry Wismer (includes press caption).
1959: Bigger addition, shot by Angelo Cozzi.
1951: Canadian ad for Lux Soap.
1959: US ad for Missouri Tourism.
1945: Autographed publicity.
1947: Color publicity from a magazine.
1949: A film still from Flamingo Road.
1954: Candid with Helen Hayes.
1955: Film still from Queen Bee with Barry Sullivan. (Whose Budweiser is that?)
Mildred Pierce -- Added National Film Registry info at top of page.
Sudden Fear -- A UK magazine ad.
1939: Colorized MGM publicity shot by Willinger.
1941: A film still from A Woman's Face with Richard Nichols.
1944: At home with husband Phil Terry and Victory Garden (bigger, better replacement).
The Women -- Added National Film Registry info at top of page.
1933: Today, We Live -- Publicity shot by Clarence Sinclair Bull.
1936: Candid at home playing badminton (autographed in 1976). Shot by Bud Graybill.
A 1950s brooch from a fan's collection.
Movie Posters: Three new or bigger posters from the US and Italy.
Lobby Cards: Four bigger US lobby cards.
Misc. section: A window card and a bigger US herald cover/centerfold.
PHOTOS: Film still from Love on the Run with Clark Gable.
MAGAZINES: A 1935 cover from Germany's Filmwoche.
Top of page: National Film Registry info and links; plus Notes re history, production, etc.
Movie Posters: Seven new or bigger posters from Bulgaria, Italy, Russia, and the US.
Lobby Cards: Two new US cards.
Misc. section: Three US newspaper ads, and a photo of the Astor Theatre in NYC on premiere night.
1930: Publicity for Our Blushing Brides.
1931: Publicity for This Modern Age shot by Hurrell.
1932: A film still from Grand Hotel with Wallace Beery.
Dance, Fools, Dance -- A review and ad from Loew's Weekly.
Possessed ('31) -- A newspaper ad from the New York Times.
1928: MGM publicity playing a "Rolmonica" (includes press caption).
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