THE CONCLUDING CHAPTER OF CRAWFORD
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​​Missed Opportunities











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1930
"Great Day!"


1931
"A Free Soul"​​


1937
"Parnell"​​


1942
"Her Cardboard Lover"​​

​1944
"Never Say Goodbye"​


1947
"No Sad Songs"​​
​"Ethan Frome"


1948
"Miss O'Brien" (aka "A Teacher's Story")​​ (First attempt)


1949
"Sweet Poison"​​


1953
"Lisbon​​"
"From Here To Eternity" 


1955
"Miss O'Brien" (Second attempt)
Untitled Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and Ginger Rogers film
"Stubborn Wood"
​​"Strange Houses"
"Shocking Life"​


1956
"Storm In The Sun"​​
"Three Isabelles"​
"Sex And Mrs. McAdoo" (first attempt)


1958
"Lucy Crown"​​
"The Dinah Shore Chevy Show"
"The Perry Como Show"​​


1959
"Taras Bulba"
​​1961
​(aka "The Silver Fox," aka "The Blue Fox," aka "Ellen Fox: Attorney At Law")(Television)
"Wild In The Country"​​​
​"Walk On The Wild Side"
"The Chalk Garden"​


1962​​
"The Idol"
"Lady In A Cage"
"The Dick Powell Show" (Television)
"The Virginian" (Television)


1963​​
"Wives And Lovers"
​"The Movie Fan"
"Two In The Bush"​
"Sex And Mrs. McAdoo" (second attempt)
"A House Is Not A Home"
"Royal Bay" (Television)​


1964​​
"The Strange Story"
"The Night Walker"​
"Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte"
"The Web And The Rock"​


1965
"That Pellet Woman"​
"Look Homeward, Angel"​
"The Magician's Wife"​


1966
"Bob Hope's Chrysler Theater" (Television)
"The Lonely"
​"Crescendo"​
"Mame" (Stage)​


1967
"You'll Hang, My Love"
​"The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour"​​​ (Television)


1968​​
"Rosemary's Baby" (Rumored)
"The Bastard"


1969
"Murder In Chintz"​​
"The Fame Game"​
"Coco" (Stage)​


1970​​
"Jenny By Nature"​
"The Name of the Game" (Television)
"Matt Lincoln" (Television")
"The Men From Shiloh" (Television)
​"Butterflies Are Free" (Stage)


​​1971​​
"The Joan Crawford Talk Show" (Television)


1972
"Butterflies Are Free"
"There Was An Old Woman"​


1973
"Sleuth" (Stage)​​​
"Follies"​
"The Other Side"


1975
"The Carol Burnett Show" (Television)​​​


1976
"Airport '77"​​​


1977
"Superman"​​
     Joan Crawford only appeared in six feature films after 1960, however, she was involved with many productions, which, for one reason or another, were not filmed, or another actress was chosen. The purpose of this section is to document these productions. It's an inaccurate myth that Joan Crawford was not approached for projects during this period of her life. ​The Webmaster's research within this section​​ corrects that incorrect assumption. Also included below are pre-1960 missed opportunity projects.