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Joan Crawford

Joan CrawfordAKA Lucille Fey LeSueur

Born: 23-Mar-1905
Birthplace: San Antonio, TX
Died: 10-May-1977
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Cancer - Pancreatic
Remains: Buried, Ferncliff Cemetery, Hartsdale, NY

Gender: Female
Religion: Christian Science
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

Husband: James Welton (m. 1923, div. 1924)
Husband: Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. (m. 1929, div. 1933)
Husband: Franchot Tone (actor, m. 1935, div. 1939)
Husband: Phillip Terry (m. 1942, div. 1946)
Husband: Alfred Steele (Chairman of Pepsi, m. 10-May-1955, d. 6-Apr-1959)
Daughter: Christina Crawford (adopted)
Son: Christopher (adopted)
Daughter: Cynthia (adopted, twin)
Daughter: Kathy (adopted, twin)

    High School: Chadwick School, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA

    Member of the Board of Pepsi
    American Cancer Society
    Hollywood Anti-Nazi League
    Endorsement of American Tobacco Company Lucky Strike cigarettes
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Endorsement of R. J. Reynolds Camel cigarettes
    Oscar for Best Actress 1946 for Mildred Pierce
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1750 Vine St.
    Kentucky Colonel
    Huguenot Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Claustrophobia

    Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (8-Nov-2007) · Herself
    Trog (Sep-1970)
    Berserk! (11-Jan-1968) · Monica Rivers
    The Karate Killers (7-Apr-1967)
    I Saw What You Did (21-Jul-1965) · Amy Nelson
    Strait-Jacket (19-Jan-1964) · Lucy Harbin
    The Caretakers (21-Aug-1963) · Lucretia Terry
    What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (26-Oct-1962) · Blanche Hudson
    The Best of Everything (9-Oct-1959) · Amanda Farrow
    The Story of Esther Costello (13-Aug-1957)
    Autumn Leaves (1-Aug-1956) · Milly
    Queen Bee (7-Nov-1955) · Eva Phillips
    Female on the Beach (20-Aug-1955) · Lynn Markham
    Johnny Guitar (27-May-1954) · Vienna
    Torch Song (23-Oct-1953)
    Sudden Fear (6-Aug-1952) · Myra Hudson
    This Woman Is Dangerous (28-Feb-1952) · Beth Austin
    Goodbye, My Fancy (30-May-1951) · Agatha Reed
    Harriet Craig (2-Nov-1950) · Harriet Craig
    The Damned Don't Cry (7-Apr-1950) · Ethel Whitehead
    Flamingo Road (6-May-1949) · Lane Bellamy
    Daisy Kenyon (25-Dec-1947) · Daisy Kenyon
    Possessed (26-Jul-1947) · Louise Howell
    Humoresque (25-Dec-1946) · Helen Wright
    Mildred Pierce (24-Sep-1945) · Mildred Pierce Beragon
    Hollywood Canteen (15-Dec-1944) · Herself
    Above Suspicion (6-Aug-1943) · Frances Myles
    Reunion in France (25-Dec-1942) · Michele de la Becque
    They All Kissed the Bride (11-Jun-1942) · Margaret J. Drew
    When Ladies Meet (29-Aug-1941) · Mary Howard
    A Woman's Face (15-May-1941) · Anna Holm
    Susan and God (7-Jun-1940)
    Strange Cargo (1-Mar-1940) · Julie
    The Women (1-Sep-1939) · Crystal Allen
    The Ice Follies of 1939 (10-Mar-1939) · Mary McKay
    The Shining Hour (18-Nov-1938) · Olivia Riley
    Mannequin (14-Dec-1937) · Jessie Cassidy
    The Bride Wore Red (8-Oct-1937) · Anni
    The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (19-Feb-1937) · Fay Cheyney
    Love on the Run (20-Nov-1936) · Sally Parker
    The Gorgeous Hussy (28-Aug-1936) · Peggy Eaton
    I Live My Life (4-Oct-1935) · Kay
    No More Ladies (14-Jun-1935) · Marcia
    Forsaking All Others (23-Dec-1934) · Mary Clay
    Chained (31-Aug-1934) · Diane Lovering
    Sadie McKee (9-May-1934) · Sadie
    Dancing Lady (24-Nov-1933)
    Today We Live (3-Mar-1933) · Diana Boyce-Smith
    Rain (12-Oct-1932) · Sadie Thompson
    Letty Lynton (30-Apr-1932) · Letty Lynton
    Grand Hotel (12-Apr-1932) · Flaemmchen, the Stenographer
    Possessed (21-Nov-1931) · Marian Martin
    This Modern Age (29-Aug-1931) · Valentine
    Laughing Sinners (30-May-1931) · Ivy
    Dance, Fools, Dance (7-Feb-1931)
    Paid (30-Dec-1930) · Mary Turner
    Our Blushing Brides (19-Jul-1930)
    Montana Moon (20-Mar-1930) · Joan
    Untamed (23-Nov-1929)
    Our Modern Maidens (24-Aug-1929) · Billie Brown
    The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (14-Aug-1929) · Herself
    Our Dancing Daughters (1-Sep-1928)
    Across to Singapore (7-Apr-1928) · Priscilla Crowninshield
    West Point (31-Dec-1927) · Betty Channing
    Spring Fever (18-Oct-1927)
    The Unknown (4-Jun-1927)
    The Boob (17-May-1926)
    Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (21-Mar-1926)
    Sally, Irene and Mary (7-Dec-1925)
    The Circle (22-Sep-1925)

Is the subject of books:
Mommie Dearest, 1978, BY: Christina Crawford

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