THE CONCLUDING CHAPTER OF CRAWFORD
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"The Joan Crawford Show" (A.K.A. "The Blue Fox")

Status: Never Developed

​Character: Unknown (lead)

​Character Summary: Joan was to have portrayed a savvy, "legal whiz" attorney.
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​Joan's involvement in the production: 
     In early 1961, Screen Gems producer, William Dozier, was going to begin ​production on the weekly, half-hour show, set for the 1961 fall television season. 
A party was held at the New York restaurant "21' for the contract signing, and shortly afterword, the series was cancelled. ​

     In October 1961, after the show had not premiered on television, Joan said "After what happened to Barbara Stanwyck, June Allyson and Loretta Young, I doubt if the time is right."​
     Production on the series never resumed. ​


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