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​Joan Crawford Photo Gallery

Screenshots from "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." (Premiered March 31st, 1967)

​Joan and Van Johnson visiting the set of "Rosemary's Baby" in New York. (The week of August 21st, 1967)

In Petersburg, Virginia to open a Pepsi-Cola bottling plant and to attend a special screening of "Berserk" at a local theater.
Pictured with daughter Christina. ​(July 26th, 1967)

Conducting a photo shoot for Alixandre furs in her apartment. (June 30th, 1967)

Screenshots from the film "The Karate Killers."
​(a feature film made from the "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." episode "The Five Daughters Affair")
​Joan's scenes featured in "The Karate Killers" depict an alternate version of her scene shown in the television version.

Attending the dedication ceremony of a new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant in Burlington, North Carolina. (May 6th, 1967)

Attending a fund-raising dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, New York. (March 12th, 1967)

Screenshots of promotional advertisements for the American Cancer Society.

Hosting "The Hollywood Palace." (Filmed in late February. Premiered April 22nd, 1967)

Screenshots of Joan's reading of "Dirge Without Music" on the American Cancer Society's "Crusade '67" telethon.

Joan, with daughter Christina, at the Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, Connecticut during a production of "Barefoot In the Park."
​Pictured with Joan and Christina is Joan Bennett, who also performed in the play. (Mid-August 1967)

On "The Irv Kupcinet Show" in Chicago, Illinois. (November 17th, 1967)

Screenshots of Joan's appearance on Jerry Lewis' Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon. (September 3rd, 1967)

Screenshots of Joan, and daughter Christina, on the documentary "This Was The Mary." (Filmed in November 1967)

A fan-captured television snapshot of Joan on the "Miss America Beauty Pageant." (September 9th, 1967)

Publicity photos for the "Miss America Beauty Pageant," taken in Joan's apartment. (September 1967)
Joan's maid, ​Mamacita, can be seen at the top of the stairs in the third photo.

At Kennedy International Airport with "Miss America Beauty Pageant" contestants before their departure to Vietnam to entertain troops.
The trip is sponsored by PepsiCo. and the USO.​ (August 16th, 1967)