"Screen Guild Players" in the production "The Secret Heart" on May 10, 1951 with Jeff Chandler, Sally Forrest and Keefe Brasselle.
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Did You Know?
[on Queen Bee
(1955)] "I had a chance to play the total bitch, a worse bitch than I had played in The Women
(1939) - and for a solid ninety minutes, too. I ended up hating myself, honestly feeling that in my death scene I was getting precisely what I deserved."
Paramount was the one major studio Crawford never made a film for, although she came very close. In early 1953, Joan was in talks to star as Sylvia Merril in the Irving Asher production of 'Lisbon', an international spy tale adapted from a short story by Martin Rackin. However, the film was shelved when after several rewrites Asher and Crawford weren't sure about the strength of the script. Joan ...