21.11.2010 by Anna M Christina Crawford (daughter): My babies! Someone stole both my babies! Joan Crawford (mother): That's good, darling. They were thoughtless, selfish, spoiled children. Now they won't wake you up when you need your rest. OH, Joan! LOL! ...
This is an interview with Movie Star Joan Crawford taken from a film profile documentary video. She talks about her experience making the 1962 classic film 'What Ever Happened To... - 01.15.2008, YouTube
22.12.2011 [Metro] - Joan Crawford is very believable as the selfless mother, weeping for her ungrateful daughter, which is ironic in light of her life. The recent TV version with Kate Winslet is very good but it doesn't quite stand up. It just has everything, doesn't it?
14.12.2011 [Mancunian Matters] - Rob returns to a thread he started earlier about Joan Crawford – an influence on his Dead Weather posters. “I try to collect her stuff, but man, it's hard. Everyone keeps out-bidding the crap out of me because there are so many Joan Crawford fans out
12.12.2011 [The Independent] - Joan Crawford was a favourite – "but when she was in her twenties. She had a sensuality you don't see today. In Grand Hotel, she has a scene with... I've forgotten his name, a sublime actor..." (John Barrymore, in fact), "where he's behind her and
09.12.2011 [Metro] - One of the first ever portmanteau films, also known as anthology films, the Oscar-winning drama featured multiple narrative strands and a host of other megastars of the era, including Joan Crawford and John Barrymore. From cheapy horror movies to