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May 15. [from the LA Evening Herald]
And speaking of sun bathers, Joan Crawford is a "burn all over." Joan hasn't had much time for this languid basking. She has just completed Blushing Brides and in a week or two goes to work in Great Day, adapted by the play of that name, with Johnny Mack Brown her hero.
Incidentally, Joan has joined the finger-nail fad brigade. She dabs her nails a blood red. Meant to ask her how the color photographed. Sometimes red
June 11. [from the LA Evening Herald]
During a search for a new vehicle for Joan Crawford, someone remembered The Taxi Dancer, which she made as a silent picture in 1927. MGM's officials were enthusiastic over the idea, and promptly decreed a new talkie version.
This film will be made sometime in the near future. In the mealtime, Joan leaves for New Orleans this week for some authentic location scenes in Great Day. Johnny Mack Brown, who was born down south (Dothan Ala, to be exact), goes along as her leading man.
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