Joan Crawford, Publicity for ‘The Bride Wore Red’ 1937.
Joan Crawford is meltingly hot in 1927
Happy Birthday, Joan Crawford (March 23rd. 1904 - May 10th, 1977)
"I never go outside unless I look like Joan Crawford, the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door."
A Woman’s Face - 1941
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Joan Crawford in Susan and God - 1940
Joan Crawford as a parachuting witch on the cover of "Mid-Week Pictorial." (Oct. 1927)
The original caption reads…
A Modern Witch of Hallowe’en: She Uses a Parachute to Make a Forced Descent After Losing Her Grip on the Broom Which Witches Ride Through the Air.
For the Witch of 1927 Is the Resourceful Joan Crawford, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Movie Star, and She Knows Her Parachutes.
Joan Crawford - Letty Lynton (1932) Dress by Adrian
Macy’s department store copied the dress in 1932, and it sold over 500,000 replicas nationwide.
Our Dancing Daughters - 1928
Joan Crawford and her puppy (M-G-M, 1920’s)