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Joan Crawford Photo Gallery
A bon voyage party in honor of Joan traveling to England to film "Trog." At El Morocco in Manhattan, New York. (June 12th, 1969)
Pictured along with Joan: Sugar Ray Robinson, Gordon Macrae and wife Elizabeth Lamberti, Rafael Ramos Cobian and family, Ethel Merman and Joan's daughter, Christina Crawford.
Screenshots of Joan's performance in the series premiere of "Night Gallery," episode "Eyes." (Premiered November 8th, 1969)
At the dedication ceremony and plant tour of a new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant in Houston, Texas. (October 29th, 1969)
(Among those pictured with Joan: Pepsi-Cola president, James B. Somerall, Pepsi-Cola plant owners George and Fred Potthoff and their family)
With Pepsi-Cola president James B. Somerall at a press conference with other Pepsi-Cola delegates. (Circa October 1969)
At a banquet in celebration of the dedication of a new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant. At the American Hotel in Houston, Texas. (October 28th, 1969)
Stills and set photos of "Night Gallery," episode "Eyes." (Filmed in January 1969. Premiered November 8th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is director Steven Spielberg and actor Barry Sullivan.
At a press conference regarding a new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant dedication in Toledo, Ohio.
At the Commodore Perry Hotel in Toledo. (September 26th, 1969)
At the dedication ceremony of a new Pepsi-Cola bottling plant dedication in Toledo, Ohio. (September 27th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is Pepsi-Cola chairman Herbert L. Barnet and Toledo plant president James Synder.
Joan in an ad for Blackglama fur. The ad originally appeared in the October 1969 issue of Vogue magazine.
Photographer: Richard Avedon
At the Smithsonian Institute's "Theater On The Mall" in Washington, D.C. (April 28th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is Pepsi-Cola president James B. Somerall, Smithsonian secretary S. Dillon Ripley and actress Peggy Wood
At Edith Head's One Woman Show exhibit at the Wright/Hepburn/Webster Gallery in Manhattan, New York. (January 14th, 1969)
With Edith Head
At the 41st annual Academy Awards ceremony at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California. (April 14th, 1969)
Pictured with her escort to the ceremony, George Frelingheysen.
A screenshot of Joan in the audience during the televised Academy Awards ceremony
At the Governors Ball following the Academy Awards ceremony.
A screenshot from the episode's trailer, featuring a deleted scene from the episode.
On the set of "Trog." England (July 1969)
Pictured with producer Herman Cohen and director Freddie Francis.
Pictured with Joe Cornelius and Chloe Franks
On location at Ivinghoe Beacon in England (July 30th, 1969)
Photographer: Michael Ward
Proofs from the Michael Ward photo shoot, with a letter by Joan expressing her opinion of the photos.
Filming a supermarket promotional film for PepsiCo. (Circa September 1969)
At a party to celebrate the filming of "Trog" in London, England. (September 1969)
Pictured with Joan is Herman Cohen and actor Roger Moore.
At a USO luncheon at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, New York. (October 24th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is Pearl Bailey and "Gypsy" Rose Lee.
At a post-Tony Awards party at the El Morocco restaurant in Manhattan, New York. (April 21th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is James Earl Jones; Raymond St. Jacques, Marty Allen and Joan Fontaine.
At a business luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, New York. (April 8th, 1969)
Pictured with Joan is Pepsi-Cola president James B. Somerall and Alabama Governor Albert Brewer.
On the set of "The Virginian," episode "Nightmare." On the Universal Studios lot in Los Angeles, California (November 1969)
Promotional photos, stills and screenshots of this production can be seen in the 1970 gallery.