Whether it’s our favorite singer, actor, restaurant, planet… You get where I’m coming from. It just so happens that mine turned out to be three women. Actually, it would be four awesome ladies. Whitney Houston, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and My mother Charlene. She’s the one that gotten me into them in the first place. It turned out that they would become major influences in my life. Of course, my mom was. She was the greatest person on earth. I mean… Look at her production. I think I’m a solid dude. 😉
It was September 28, 1945. That may have put Joan Crawford back on top. It was two years since she made a film. A good five has past. Since, she had a major hit. She’s been in the game since 1924. She was willing to do whatever it took to get back on top. Thankfully, she had a friend in Jerry Wald.Continue reading “Mildred Pierce’s 75th Anniversary!!!”
Of course… I’m going to write about a Joan Crawford film that I’ve barely seen. At this point in time. They claimed that her career was on a decline. She just finished “The Damned Don’t Cry” Continue reading “Watching: Goodbye, My Fancy 1951”
The 1950’s melodramas were so amazing!! Some were ahead of its time. For example Queen Bee starring Joan Crawford. This film is based on a Southern family that is ruled by a tyrant. She wreaks all kinds of havoc and will destroy you. If you’re not on her side.
I’ve admired Joan Crawford since I was a kid. The first movie I had seen was “Sadie McKee 1934”. After that I’ve become curious about who is Joan Crawford. I would watch TCM faithfully. Hoping that one of her films would come on. Or, when she was the network’s star of the month.