Category: Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford: Fashion & Style Legacy

Ph.1 1934, Frank Tanner Ph.2 1935, George Hurrell Ph.3 1934, Frank Tanner Ph.4 1932, George Hurrell Ph.5 1933, George Hurrell Ph.6 1933, George Hurrell Ph.7 1932, John Kobal Ph.8 1932, George Hurrell Ph.9 1934, Frank Tanner Ph.10 1930, George Hurrell.

Joan Crawford and Clark Gable publicity photos for Dancing Lady (1933)

Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone publicity photos for Dancing Lady (1933)

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Joan Crawford (1929)

Joan Crawford publicity photos for Our Blushing Brides (1930)   

Joan Crawford photographed by László Willinger, 1939.

Clark Gable and Joan Crawford publicity photos for Possessed (1931)

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Joan Crawford and her namesake niece Joan Crawford LeSueur, 1937.

Little Joan (December 2, 1933 – December 15, 1999) was the daughter of Joan’s older brother Hal LeSueur and his wife Kasha Haroldi. She spent a lot of time with her aunt Joan in the 1930s. Joan often had her over on weekends and there are photos of her with Joan on the sets of movies in 1936 and 1937. There were even magazine reports that Joan considered adopting her. When her mother remarried she became Joan Lowe, the name by which she was known professionally as a Broadway dancer, later Mrs. Joan Fowler.

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Joan Crawford photographed

by George Hurrell in an Adrian designed gown for the film Dancing Lady (1933).

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Joan Crawford photographed by George Hurrell, 1932.