~Joan Crawford~

Born: March 23, 1905 in San Antonio, Texas, USA
Died: May 10, 1977 in New York, NY, USA
~Stars of the Photoplay, 1930~
She was discovered by Lucille LeSueur dancing in "The Passing Show," and she was offered a screen
test by Harry Rapf of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. A contract followed the test and Joan found herself in
the movies in 1925. Called the "Venus of the Screen." She is 5 feet, 4 inches tall, weighs 110 and has
dark red hair and blue eyes. She was born in San Antonio, Texas, March 23, 1908. On June 3, 1929,
she was married to Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and is considered one of the most popular members of
the flicker colony.
~Silent Filmography~
Our Modern Maidens (1929) .... Billie Brown
Dream of Love (1928) .... Adrienne Lecouvreur
Our Dancing Daughters (1928) .... Diana 'Di' Medford
Four Walls (1928) .... Frieda
Across to Singapore (1928) .... Priscilla Crowninshield
Rose-Marie (1928) .... Rose-Marie
The Law of the Range (1928) .... Betty Dallas
West Point (1927/II) .... Betty Channing
Spring Fever (1927) .... Allie Monte
Twelve Miles Out (1927) .... Jane
The Unknown (1927) .... Nanon Zanzi
The Understanding Heart (1927) .... Monica Dale
The Taxi Dancer (1927) .... Joslyn Poe
Winners of the Wilderness (1927) .... René Contrecoeur
Paris (1926) .... The Girl
The Boob (1926) .... Jane, a Revenue Agent
... aka The Yokel (UK)
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (1926) .... Betty Burton
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) (uncredited) .... Crowd Extra in Chariot Race
... aka Ben-Hur (USA: short title)
Sally, Irene and Mary (1925) .... Irene Movie still code 246-X
The Only Thing (1925) (uncredited) .... Party Guest
... aka Four Flaming Days (USA)
Old Clothes (1925) .... Mary Riley
The Circle (1925) .... Young Lady Catherine
The Merry Widow (1925) (uncredited) .... Ballroom Extra
A Slave of Fashion (1925) (uncredited) .... Mannequin
Pretty Ladies (1925) (as Lucille Le Sueur) .... Bobby - a Showgirl
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