Vogue, 1940s. Photo by John Rawlings

Vogue, 1940s. Photo by John Rawlings

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...

Joan Crawford says: Too many young movie Stars are dirty brats. Well, i wonder what she had said if she knew about todays 'movie stars".

color, from what i saw in the movie. It was dark in the white

X Wheel of Fortune (reversed): Struggle against life as we only see the problems directly in front of us. If we could just take a step back and see the entire wheel of life, that perspective brings calm.

Dog print novelty blouse on Joan Crawford || movie star icon vintage fashion style color photo print ad model portrait 40s rayon blouse white blue novelty print

Dog print blouse on Joan Crawford movie star icon vintage fashion style color photo print ad model portrait rayon blouse white blue novelty print

Joan Crawford in a publicity photo for Mannequin  (Frank Borzage, 1937) wearing a dress by Adrian   “Mannequin…restores Miss Joan Crawford to her throne as queen of the working girls….Miss Crawford, let it be said, meets these several dramatic emergencies in her best manner, which, as you know, is tender, strong, heroic, and regal.” - Frank Nugent, New York Times

Joan Crawford in a publicity photo for Mannequin (Frank Borzage, wearing a dress by Adrian “Mannequin…restores Miss Joan Crawford to her throne as queen of the working girls….Miss Crawford, let.

Mildred Pierce, 1945, was a resounding critical and commercial success. It epitomized the lush visual style and the hard-boiled film noir sensibility that defined Warner Bros. movies of the later 1940s, earning Joan Crawford the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Joan Crawford--Mildred Pierce, I really think she was much prettier in the when her hair color and makeup had a much softer look. Her makeup in the and was way too harsh, it covered up how pretty she really was.

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