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Product NameJoan Crawford
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AuthorStephen Harvey
Page Count159
Long DescriptionThe Pyramid Illustrated History of the Movies is a series of volumes that offers a comprehensive overview and brings a fresh perspective to the influential figures, forms, and styles in the development of motion pictures. Each lavishly illustrated volume has been designed to stimulate the interest of the student for whom film is an art, and to stir the memories of the fan for whom "going to the movies" will always be an exhilarating experience. -- An enduring link to a long-vanished and glamorous Hollywood. Joan Crawford is unquestionably the quint essential Movie Star. As the high-living flapper of Our Dancing Daughters, the sacrificing mother of Mildred Pierce, and in scores of other films, her unique combination of the indomitable and the vulnerable has enchanted filmgoers for over four decades. Stephen Harvey's profusely illustrated book is a tribute to an actress who, more then any other, defines the sheer pleasure of going to the movies.
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