1934 Joan Crawford - Photo by George Hurrell - http://georgehurrell.com/

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 (03-23-1904 - 05-10-1977) born Lucille Fay LeSueur in San Antonio, TX was an American film and television actress who started as a dancer and stage chorine. Cause of death, heart attack.

Joan Crawford - born Lucille Fay LeSueur in San Antonio, TX was an American film and television actress who started as a dancer and stage chorine. Cause of death, heart attack.

Joan Crawford - by George Hurrell c1934-36. Scanned by jane for Dr. Macro's High Quality Movie Scans website: www.doctormacro.com. Enjoy!

George Hurrell photographed Joan Crawford for her role in "Dancing Lady" in She wears a sexy sheer gown on some steps from a film set. Hurrell liked to use stage props in his photos.

“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.)

Joan Crawford writing letter, In Crawford starred in Today We Live. Richard Bogard (Gary Cooper) arrives in 1916 England and rents an English country house from Diana Boyce-Smith.

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