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"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." —Interview, Los Angeles Times (1937). Photographer: Eve Arnold.
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Joan Crawford, 1959. Scary candid shot of the aging movie star. Lucille Leseur and Billie Cassin were long gone by the time she was incarnated as this version of Crawford as evidenced by her signature severe eyebrows
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In one of my books there is a little list on various movie stars and their height, measurements and, sometimes, weight. It’s always interesting to see how a beautiful body was perceived during different time periods. The ideal was a slim body, but the almost skeletal figure that you can sometimes see on our modern movie stars are nowhere to be seen. No overly athletic bodies either, or the emphasis on the bust that you can see in the fifties. Though the book is from 1946, many of the movie stars had they heyday in the 30’s, but I don’t think the ideals changed very dramatically. As it is a Swedish list, measurements are in centimeters and weight in kilograms. Rita Hayworth Height: 1.68 Bust: 92 Waist: 60,5 Hips: 91 Myrna Loy Height: 1.70 Weight: 62.5 Bust: 86 Waist: 67 Maureen O'Sullivan Height: 1.72 Weight: 64 Bust: 91 Waist: 72 Norma Shearer Height: 1.51 Weight: 55 Bust: 87 Waist: 66 Mae West Height: 1.55 Bust: 85 Waist: 60 Hips: 85 Joan Crawford Height: 1.61 Weight: 55 Bust: 95 Waist: 64 Jean Harlow Height: 1.60 Weight: 49.5 Bust: 88 Waist: 64 Hips: 84.5 Greta Garbo Height: 1.66 Weight: 60 Bust: 92 Waist: 66 Betty Grable Height: 1.63 Bust: 91 Waist: 61 Hips: 89
Joan Crawford was born Lucille Fay LeSueur in San Antonio, Texas, 1905.* Her father abandoned the family before Lucille was born, and shortly after her birth the family relocated to Oklahoma. In Oklahoma, Lucille’s mother remarried Henry J. Cassin – who Crawford believed to be her biological father until much later in life. Cassin owned a movie theater, which gave Crawford and her siblings their first experiences with motion pictures. After dropping out of Stephen’s College, Crawford began touring as a dancer with theatrical troops. Wanting more exposure, Crawford approached Nils Granlund, the publicist for Loews Theaters. Granlund arranged a screen test, which he then shipped off to Hollywood. At the time, Crawford was a stout 5’3’’ and 145lbs. After getting in shape, she was offered a contract with MGM in 1925 at $75/week. At the beginning of her film career, Lucille LeSeuer – now Joan Crawford – was unhappy with the roles she was receiving. Most were secondary characters with few lines. In order to assure better roles for herself, Crawford initiated a Hollywood-wide self-promotion campaign. She appeared at Hotels and dance halls, calling for dance competitions and contests. She took the floor by storm, doing 20’s dances such as the Charleston. Crawford quickly became known as a “flapper”. F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote of her: “Joan Crawford is doubtless the best example of a flapper, the girl you see in smart night clubs, gowned to the apex of sophistication, toying iced glasses with a remote, faintly bitter expression, dancing deliciously, laughing a great deal, with wide, hurt eyes. Young things with a talent for living." Studio executives at MGM caught wind of Crawford’s campaign and cast her as Irene, a chorus girl, in Sally, Irene, and Mary (1925). By the late 1920’s Crawford was as big a movie star as any and the highest paid women in the United States. Though she fell out of favor in the 1930’s, she made a comeback in Mildred Pierce, for which she won the Academy Award. She continued acting until the 1960s. She was married four times and adopted 5 children.** *The state of Texas didn’t require a registered birth certificate until 1908, allowing Crawford to claim that she was actually 3 years younger. Though she claimed her birth year was 1908, a 1910 Oklahoma census notes her as 5 years old, making her likely birth year 1905. **Though Crawford adopted 5 children, one was reclaimed by his birth mother, and the two eldest were disinherited by Crawford.
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Joan Crawford (1920s) Joan Crawford (March 23, 1905 – May 10, 1977l born in San Antonio, Texas),born Lucille Fay LeSueur, was an American actress in film, television and theatre. Starting as a dancer in traveling theatrical companies before debuting on Broadway, Crawford was signed to a motion picture contract by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1925. Crawford became one of Hollywood's most prominent movie stars and one of the highest paid women in the United States
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In Pictures: Joan Crawford Here is our seventh installment of this feature to "Love Those Classic Movies!!!" where we simply enjoy via beautiful pictures some of our favorite golden age classic stars. Not a lot of writing at all or tid bits or extras just simply as it is stated, "in pictures!" Hope you all enjoy Joan Crawford in pictures, cheers!!!! Joan Crawford & Jack Palance 1952 Joan Crawford (circa 1960's) Clark Gable & Joan Craford (circa 1930's) Joan Crawford (circa 1940's) Joan Crawford 1939 Joan Crawford (circa 1920's) Louis B. Mayer & Joan Crawford 1952
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Even Joan Crawford had lumps and bumps...USA. Hollywood. Joan Crawford on the telephone to her agent. 1959.
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Joan Crawford (Born: March 23, 1905 - Died: May 10, 1977) (Age 73) Died from a heart attack
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Joan Crawford's images in the 1930s were just striking to look at. She understood the importance of looking glamorous on screen better than any other actresses. During the peak of her career, she maintained a perfect figure and skin following strict exercise and skin-care routine. She would also spent time working with photographers and the best designers to invest on her image as an actress as well as a fashion icon of the time.
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Old Hollywood has been an endless source of inspiration to me. From the clothing to the fake sets to the cheesy lines made real, 1930’s cinema has been a passion of mine for years. Though rampant...
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“On the left is the original and on the right the modernistic portrait by Edward Biberman which recently caused great controversy in Hollywood. It pictures Joan Crawford as an Egyptian goddess, which is how the artist said he saw her. The portrait hangs in the drawing room of the star’s home, where this picture, with her two prized dachshunds, Baby and Boopshen, was taken.”
Joan Crawford with her two prize Doxies, Baby and Boopshen
I have always known what I wanted, and that was beauty... in every form. ~Joan Crawford August 12, 1937, For Immediate Release: PORTRAIT OF A LADY: On the left is the original and on the right the modernistic portrait by Edward Biberman which recently caused great controversy in Hollywood. It pictures Joan Crawford as an Egyptian goddess, which is the way the artist said he saw her. The portrait hangs in the drawing room of the star's home, where this picture, with her two prized Dachshunds, Baby and Boopshen, were taken. Under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, her next picture is soon to be announced. Photo source: press release scanned from Joey and Maggie's personal collection; photo by legend George Hurrell.
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JOAN CRAWFORD ~ Born: March 23,1906 in Texas. Death: May 10,1977 (aged 71) from a heart attack. Her first talkie, "Untamed" (1929), was a hit & she had a string of successes most notably in "Grand Hotel" (1932), "The Women" (1939). She stayed with MGM for 18 years, signing with Warners in 1943. "Mildred Pierce" (1945) was a defining role and won her an Oscar. "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" (1962) brought new careers to both Crawford and Bette Davis--although the two despised each other.
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Roaring 1920's Curled Bob Hair ❥❥❥ In the 1920's bobbed hair caught on like wildfire. It was a young and fun style that was extremely functional and also surprisingly versatile. Joan Crawford looks beautiful with this bob cut right below her ear. The side part and tight curls were very fashionable during those years.
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Pictures of your favorite old hollywood stars as you've never seen them before at home, at play, and at work. Disclaimer: The Film Canister does not claim the rights to any of the pictures on the...
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Bette Davis & Joan Crawford "We did not. In the first place we didn’t have time. We had a sixteen day shooting schedule. We were too professional for this. Out of spite we didn’t have a feud because everybody longed for it" -Bette Davis on her supposed feud with Joan Crawford
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Joan Crawford and Bette Davis looking very chummy -- proof positive of what great actresses they both were! On-the-Set, behind the scenes photos from 1950s Hollywood movies. black and white classic Hollywood Celebrity photographs
iloveretro: Joan Crawford & Bette Davis on the set of “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?” (1962) “She thinks like a man, talks like a man. On the set of ‘Baby Jane’ after one of her many unpleasant outbursts, she said, out loud, “Boy, if I had been born with a penis, my life would have been different” - Joan Crawford on Bette Davis
Joan Crawford y Bette Davis en el set de ‘Qué fue de Baby Jane’ (‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’, 1962) Peliculón!!!!
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? (1962) - Joan Crawford Bette Davis on the set - directed by Robert Aldrich - Warner Bros.
Joan Crawford & Bette Davis on the set of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? photographed by Phil Stern, 1962.
Bette Davis & Joan Crawford taking a break at set of "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" 1962
Joan Crawford and Bette Davis on the set of Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962.
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