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Joan Crawford: A Remarkable Talent

Joan Crawford: A Remarkable Talent

Joan Crawford- Photo by George Hurrell (1935)

Joan Crawford- Photo by George Hurrell (1935)

Joan Crawford with artwork by cartoonist Xavier Cugat. c. 1930

Joan Crawford with artwork by cartoonist Xavier Cugat. c. 1930

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford in 1932.

Joan Crawford in 1932.

A young blonde Joan Crawford.

A young blonde Joan Crawford.

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford in Possessed (Clarence Brown, 1931) “You don’t own me. Nobody does. My life belongs to me.”

Joan Crawford in Possessed (Clarence Brown, 1931) “You don’t own me. Nobody does. My life belongs to me.”

Iconic photo of Joan Crawford by George Hurrell, 1930s

Iconic photo of Joan Crawford by George Hurrell, 1930s

“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.)