Joan Crawford photographed for Our Blushing Brides, 1930
sometimes i think it’s a little unfair to praise celebrities sooo much for their clothes/bodies/hair/makeup
like yeah i could probably look pretty...
“So, we have this musical called Notre Dame de Paris, and we’d like it translated into English at a performance...
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Joan Crawford photographed by George Hurrell, 1935
The Unknown (1927)
Alonzo the Armless is a circus freak who uses his feet to toss knives and fire a rifle at his partner, Nanon. However, he is an impostor and fugitive. He has arms, but keeps them tightly bound to his torso, a secret known only to his friend Cojo, a midget. Alonzo’s right hand has a double thumb, which would identify him as the perpetrator of various crimes. Alonzo is secretly in love with Nanon. Malabar, the circus strongman, is also devoted to her as well, but she has a strong fear of men’s arms and cannot stand being pawed by them, so she shuns him. She only feels comfortable around the armless Alonzo. When she embraces and kisses him, he is given hope, but Cojo warns him that he cannot let it happen again. If she holds him, she might feel his arms.
“When Winter Comes” fashion featuring Clara Bow and Joan Crawford circa 1930 (2).
“When Winter Comes” fashion featuring Clara Bow and Joan Crawford circa 1930 (1).