Brief look at MGM pre-Code Sadie McKee (1934) starring Joan Crawford and the three men in her life, played by Gene Raymond, Franchot Tone, and Edward Arnold. Strong Crawford pre-Code with good work from Arnold as alcoholic millionaire. Directed by Clarence Brown.
Clippings: Lucille Le Sueur Becomes Joan Crawford
A small collection of clippings featuring Lucille Le Sueur as she transitioned into the Joan Crawford name …
Lightning Review: The Shining Hour (1938) Starring Joan Crawford
Brief look at MGM’s The Shining Hour (1938) starring Joan Crawford. Melvyn Douglas marries her; brother Robert Young loves her, but is married to Margaret Sullavan. Fay Bainter as Douglas and Young’s suspicious sister. Directed by Frank Borzage.
Our Blushing Brides (1930) Caps Joan Crawford Trilogy
No longer the wild Jazz Baby, Joan Crawford is cautious to the point of being a drag in Our Blushing Brides (1930), third movie of a loose MGM trilogy starring Crawford. Also starring Robert Montgomery, Anita Page and Dorothy Sebastian.
In Brief: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Does Impressions in Our Modern Maidens (1929)
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. makes Our Modern Maidens (1929) more memorable than it would have been otherwise through a series of impersonations of John Barrymore, John Gilbert and his own father, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.
Laughing Sinners (1931) With Joan Crawford, Neil Hamilton, Clark Gable
Laughing Sinners (1931) allows Joan Crawford to dance twice, stars her with Neil Hamilton, tries to give Clark Gable a break,and sees Guy Kibbee reprise his breakthrough Broadway role on screen.
Joan Crawford by Tammy Stone
A biography of film legend Joan Crawford concentrating on her years in silent film accompanied by images of Joan Crawford Movie Cards and Movie Collectibles.