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Fuck Yeah Joan Crawford

Fuck Yeah Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford with her two dachshunds

Joan Crawford with her two dachshunds

November 20, 1964 I’m always trying to find absurd vintage National Enquirer covers from the 1960s. They’re mildly amusing and usually make me chuckle. Anyway, I’ve collected a few I’ve found online from various sources and posted them here. Hopefully you’ll find them as funny as I do. I tried to add the dates at the bottom of each cover. If there’s no date for a National Enquirer cover… I simply couldn’t make it out. A lot of these were small jpgs. and the dates were pixelated when I e...

November 20, 1964 I’m always trying to find absurd vintage National Enquirer covers from the 1960s. They’re mildly amusing and usually make me chuckle. Anyway, I’ve collected a few I’ve found online from various sources and posted them here. Hopefully you’ll find them as funny as I do. I tried to add the dates at the bottom of each cover. If there’s no date for a National Enquirer cover… I simply couldn’t make it out. A lot of these were small jpgs. and the dates were pixelated when I e...

steamboatbilljr:    Joan Crawford, 1936

steamboatbilljr: Joan Crawford, 1936

Robert Young, Joan Crawford, & Franchot Tone from The Bride Wore Red (1937)

Robert Young, Joan Crawford, & Franchot Tone from The Bride Wore Red (1937)

JOAN CRAWFORD ~ BORN: March 1906, San Antonio, TX.  Birth Name: Lucille Fay LeSueur. Married: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. [29-33]; Franchot Tone [35-39]; Phillip Terry [42-46]; Alfred Steele [56-59}. Children: Son, and adopted daughter; Movies: Grand Hotel; Mildred Pierce [Oscar]; Humoresque; Sudden Fear; and What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?", among many.  Died: May 1977, New York, NY [heart attack].

JOAN CRAWFORD ~ BORN: March 1906, San Antonio, TX. Birth Name: Lucille Fay LeSueur. Married: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. [29-33]; Franchot Tone [35-39]; Phillip Terry [42-46]; Alfred Steele [56-59}. Children: Son, and adopted daughter; Movies: Grand Hotel; Mildred Pierce [Oscar]; Humoresque; Sudden Fear; and What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?", among many. Died: May 1977, New York, NY [heart attack].

“I don’t see why people can’t demonstrate, as a routine in their lives, their love or concern or respect for each other. It costs so little in time and effort and money to remember someone. I know how grateful I am when someone goes out of the way to pay me a kindness, and if they put some sort of personal stamp on it, so much greater the appreciation." - Joan Crawford (pictured responding to fan letters.)

“I don’t see why people can’t demonstrate, as a routine in their lives, their love or concern or respect for each other. It costs so little in time and effort and money to remember someone. I know how grateful I am when someone goes out of the way to pay me a kindness, and if they put some sort of personal stamp on it, so much greater the appreciation." - Joan Crawford (pictured responding to fan letters.)

From Emily Evans Eerdmans Book Regency Redux. The style in England was named Vogue Regency. This style was popular in the 1920's and 1930's and was based on the Neoclassical styles of the 19thc. This is classic Hollywood Regency by Billy Haines for Joan Crawford

From Emily Evans Eerdmans Book Regency Redux. The style in England was named Vogue Regency. This style was popular in the 1920's and 1930's and was based on the Neoclassical styles of the 19thc. This is classic Hollywood Regency by Billy Haines for Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford - 1928 - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise What a face.!!

Joan Crawford - 1928 - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise What a face.!!

Joan was NEVER afraid of doing some cleaning herself!

Joan was NEVER afraid of doing some cleaning herself!

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