She was set to host and star in 20 episodes of an anthology to be called "The Joan Crawford Show", but Goodson-Todman Productions couldn't interest any of the networks in the proposed series.
2 Biographical Movies |
19 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
1 Interview |
42 Articles |
15 Pictorials |
25 Magazine Cover Photos |
Billie Cassin | Lucille Le Sueur
5' 3" (1.6 m)
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[on being dubbed "box-office poison in 1938] Box-office poison? Mr.Mayer [MGM chief Louis B. Mayer
] always asserted that the studio had built Stage 22, Stage 24 and the Irving Thalberg Building, brick by brick, from the income on my pictures.
As a child, Joan was playing in the front yard of her home in Texas when she got a large piece of glass lodged in her foot. After it was removed, doctors told her she would likely never walk again without a limp. Joan was determined to be a dancer, so she practiced walking and dancing every day for over six months until she was able to walk without pain. Not only did she make a full recovery, she...
Later in her career, her large eyebrows and "smear" lipstick