Blog Posts - Joan Crawford



Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for May 17, 2016

Before things go really crazy with June releases, we step back, take a moment, and slow down a little with this weeks titles. A few goodies still to be had though. These are your new releases for May 17, 2016.
by Box Office Buz on May 16, 2016

Top 10 Classic Hollywood Gowns

When I watch a film from this period, the costumes get as much attention from me as the actors do. In many films, the costume design is the much needed icing on the cake to give these films that little something extra. It just goes to show you that t...

Entering the Narrow Way Leading to Life

How do you tell those people about Jesus? How do you tell them that God loves and cares for them? As a Christian of course, I realize that we are responsible for our own pain in many cases. We are born into this world as sinners and that puts us on t...
by Study-Grow-Know on Mar 12, 2016

5 Classic Hollywood Celebrities Who Rocked Statement Brows The First Time Around

So you think Cara Delevingne invented the bold brow? Think again! As with most fashion trends, it’s all been done before. And as with most things Audrey Hepburn did it better.  Here are five Hollywood stars from the 1940s and 50s who rocked th...
by We Heart Vintage on May 7, 2015

Great Feuds from Classic Hollywood #1: Bette Davis vs Joan Crawford

“The best time I ever had with Joan was when I pushed her down some stairs in Whatever happened to Baby Jane.” So said Bette Davis about her rival and sparring partner Joan Crawford. The mutual dislike between Davis and Crawford is the stuff of H...
by We Heart Vintage on Apr 8, 2015

Hollywood Heart Throbs of the Silent Era: John Gilbert

John Gilbert ‘The Great Lover’ was one of the few stars of the silent movie era who could rival Rudolph Valentino, and you can see why, handsome devil wasn’t he? Like Valentino his life ended tragically young (although not quite as...
by We Heart Vintage on Dec 29, 2014

Nate Sanders December Memorabilia Auction

Who ya gonna call? NATE SANDERS! The monthly auction site has a cool piece of movie memorabilia from the hit Ghostbusters 2, the jumpsuit worn by the late Harold Ramis as Dr. Egon Spengler. The screen used jumpsuit is available for you to own but com...
by Collectors Hype on Dec 11, 2014

Joan Crawford’s Danti-Chips

Welcome to the Joan Crawford Virtual Reality Dinner Party! Jenny, the proprietress of Silver Screen Suppers, hosted the dinner party in celebration of the release of her book, aptly titled, Cooking With Joan Crawford.  So, what’s the deal wi...
by Dinner is Served! on Nov 14, 2014

JOHNNY GUITAR - JOHNNY GUITAR - DUBLADO - 1954

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by GRANDES CLASSICOS DO CINEMA on Oct 30, 2014

Whatever Happened to the WAMPAS Baby Stars?

What on earth were the WAMPAS Baby Stars you might well ask? Well, if you lived in 1920s and 30s America you would have been very much aware of this campaign. It was run by the United States Western Association of Motion Picture Advertisers (WAMPAS)...
by We Heart Vintage on Oct 30, 2014

Daisy Kenyon (1947) Trailer

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by Film trailers World on Aug 21, 2014

Young Joan Crawford Topless

Continuing on the theme from yesterday with Hollywood stars before they were famous, here’s a very young and rather risqué photo of Joan Crawford back in her flapper days. Totally different to her later on-screen image isn’t it! Imag...
by We Heart Vintage on Jul 10, 2014

History of Modeling: InterFACE Shines Light on the Glamour Industry through the Years, Part 1

The models that grace today’s most popular fashion magazines and cosmetic campaigns are famously well paid, recognizable, and self-branded.  The success they achieve, as well as the countless opportunities they encounter, is the result of the cumu...
by Interface Talent on Jul 7, 2014

Blog Update

Well I was going pretty good there with updates back in February. I cant believe fast how time has flown by! Doesn't seem like 4 months have passed. I've got some 'From Sketch to Screen' and 'Make Over' post coming! Till then I leave you with this gr...

Vintage Style Icons: Adrian – MGM’s Costume Designer Extraordinaire

Adrian Adolph Greenberg, better known as just ‘Adrian’ was one of the most amazing costume designers ever seen in Hollywood. He was MGM’s head costume designer from 1928 and 1941 and designed the costumes for over 250 movies during...
by We Heart Vintage on Apr 26, 2014

Style Icons: Adrian – MGM’s Costume Designer Extraordinaire

Adrian Adolph Greenberg, better known as just ‘Adrian’ was one of the most amazing costume designers ever seen in Hollywood. He was MGM’s head costume designer from 1928 and 1941 and designed the costumes for over 250 movies during...
by We Heart Vintage on Apr 26, 2014

Who is Googling This Stuff?!

The internet can be a pretty unforgiving place, but when the top search for Marilyn Monroe is ‘Marilyn Monroe is a hoe‘ I really have to wonder who is Googling this stuff?! I frequently search for the height of various celebrities, which...
by We Heart Vintage on Mar 29, 2014

Decades of Hollywood in the Nate D. Sanders Auction!

Batman, The Grinch, Planet of the Apes and more fill the latest Nate D. Sanders Hollywood memorabilia auction. Nate Sanders monthly auctions at present has 136 lots spanning many decades of Hollywood from Joan Crawford’s dress to Jim CarreyR...
by Collectors Hype on Feb 5, 2014

Top 25 Greatest Female Screen Legends

Some time ago the AFI (that’s the American Film Institute) released a list of the top 50 greatest screen legends from the Classic Hollywood era: 25 male and 25 female stars. I’m not sure exactly what their criteria were for reaching the t...
by We Heart Vintage on Jan 20, 2014

Horror & Suspense Movies About Insanity

Committed (2011) - Having recently lost her fiance, clinical psychologist Celeste DuPont decides to accept a staff position at New England’s Milburn Institute, a remote psychiatric facility for the criminally insane. Under the careful guida...
by Wicked Things Horror Blog on Jan 16, 2014


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