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Vintage Glamour Girls: Joan Crawford

Vintage Glamour Girls: Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford - 1934 - Photo by George Hurrell, the most beautiful photo of her I've ever seen.

Joan Crawford Hurrell shot all the major stars at MGM. Joan Crawford, one of the studio's leading ladies, became another muse of Hurrell's. He shot 33 portrait sessions with her. "I photographed Crawford literally thousands of times," Hurrell said.

Joan-Crawford  "I never go outside unless I look like Joan Crawford the movie star. If you want to see the girl next door, go next door."

Joan Crawford and an OES "Old English Sheepdog"

Joan Crawford, 1932 wearing an Adrian gown. http://www.coletterie.com/fashion-history/adrian-image-maker

10 Influential Fashion Designers You've Probably Never Heard Of

Joan Crawford, “Letty Lynton”, 1932 Photographer: George Hurrell Dress by Adrian

JOAN CRAWFORD mid 1920's giving us the full VAMP treatment, wearing much less than normal. From Joan Crawford The Ultimate Star by Alexander Walker. (minkshmink)

JOAN CRAWFORD mid giving us the full VAMP treatment, wearing much less than normal. From Joan Crawford The Ultimate Star by Alexander Walker.

Love Those Classic Movies!!!: In Pictures: Joan Crawford

2013 Oscar Fashion harking back to Old Hollywood Mae West Mae West Joan Crawford They rea.

Joan Crawford - @~Mlle color photo print ad model movie star fashion style white black novelty print dress 40s rare image

Joan Crawford by George Hurrell for MGM, 1937

Joan Crawford, winner of the Best Actress Oscar (Mildred Pierce, 1945). The AFI named her the 10th Greatest Actress.

George Hurrell - Joan Crawford, 1935 George Hurrell was a photographer who made a significant contribution to the image of glamour presented by Hollywood during the and

Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?  The wig Bette Davis wears throughout the film had, unbeknownst to both leads, been worn by Joan Crawford in an earlier MGM movie. Because it had been re-groomed, Crawford didn’t recognize it. (via)

Que fue de Baby Jane "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane" - Bette Davis and Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford | Joan Crawford – the Forgotten Queen of Style

Joan Crawford – the Forgotten Queen of Style

Joan Crawford Mildred Pierce you can't really love Joan, the movie star till you see this. Joan gives a nuclear performance.

Love this hat! 1928 Joan Crawford  - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise - 1920s fashion

Joan Crawford - 1928 - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise (American, - love the hat, this was taken when Ms. Crawford was hound and beautiful.

joan crawford portrait, 1932

Joan Crawford-portrait, 1932 by George Hurrell

Joan Crawford photographed by George Hurrell, 1929. @Deidra Brocké Wallace. Many of the actresses on this page went on to achieve major success in films. However, the dumbbells, the cry babies & the evil sirens who populated the movies after 1934 were the result of a Code that did not approve of assertive, free, happy women.

Joan Crawford (photo by George Hurrell, What a beauty.

1940. Joan Crawford, Check out Crawford's shoulder pads and decadent jewels – now we know where Joan Collins got her 1980s style inspiration from. A perfectly-tailored peplum finishes off her sharp look. Power dressing at its very best. - Marie Claire UK

1940s Fashion: Iconic Looks And The Women Who Made Them Famous

Joan Crawford, Check out Crawford's shoulder pads and decadent jewels – now we know where Joan Collins got her style inspiration from. A perfectly-tailored peplum finishes off her sharp look. Power dressing at its very best.

Joan Crawford as 'Letty Lynton' - 1932 - Gown by Adrian - Photo by George Hurrell - @~ Watsonette

Joan Crawford, Letty Lynton, 1932 (costume by Adrian) (photo by George Hurrell)

Love is fire. But whether it is going to warm your heart or burn down your house, you can never tell.- Joan Crawford

Annex - Crawford, Joan (No

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