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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Joan Crawford ~ Silent film star to Box-Office Queen - Female on the Beach (1955), Montana Moon (1930), Across to Singapore (1928)



Legendary Joan Crawford - three films spanning her silent film stardom, early talkie and 1950s box office Queen!

Female on the Beach (1955) Joan Crawford & Jeff Chandler

Joan Crawford & Jeff Chandler in a story about a widow and her beach bum lover. The screenplay by Robert Hill and Richard Alan Simmons was based on the play The Besieged Heart by Robert Hill. The film was directed by Joseph Pevney and produced by Albert Zugsmith. Co-starring Jan Serling, Cecil Kellaway and Natalie Schafer.

Montana Moon is a 1930 film starring Joan Crawford, Johnny Mack Brown (billed as "John Mack Brown"), and Ricardo Cortez.

Montana Moon (1930)
Plot
Joan Prescott, (Crawford), a vacuous daughter of a wealthy, Montana rancher, meets Larry (Brown), a Texas cowboy. Joan and Larry fall for one another and are engaged. At their engagement party, Joan meets Jeff, (Cortez),a handsome suitor, whom Joan does a daring dance with. As they finish dancing, Joan and Jeff share a lingering kiss. After Jeff and Larry come to blows, Joan takes the train back to New York. En route, the train is held up by masked cowboys, who take Joan as their only hostage, but one of the masked cowboys is Larry who's come to take Joan back to their new life.

Starring Joan Crawford, John Mack Brown, Ricardo Cortez, Dorothy Sebastian, Benny Rubin
Directed by Malcolm St. Clair
Produced by Malcolm St. Clair
Written by Sylvia Thalberg, Frank Butler ... Dialogue: Joe Farnham
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date: March 20, 1930
Running time: 89 minutes

& W.C. Fields "The Golf Specialist" (1930)

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Ramon Novarro ~ The Red Lily (1924) & Road to Singapore (1928) Joan Crawford

The Red Lily (1924) silent drama film starring Ramon Novarro, Enid Bennett and Wallace Beery.
Directed, produced & written by Fred Niblo
Release date: 8 September 1924
Running time: 81 minutes

Across to Singapore is a 1928 silent film by director William Nigh starring Ramon Novarro and Joan Crawford.

The plot involves a love triangle between a woman and two brothers, set on board ship and in Singapore. The screenplay was written by Ted Shane based on the novel All the Brothers Were Valiant by Ben Ames Williams.

This was the second film based on this novel; the first was All the Brothers Were Valiant (1923, now lost), and it was remade again in 1953 under the title All the Brothers Were Valiant.

Directed & produced by William Nigh
Release date: April 30, 1928
Running time: 78 minutes
(TCM airing)


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