"The David Frost Show" (1970 and 1971)
Joan Crawford appeared on "The David Frost Show" only once, on January 16th, 1970. However, various sources online claim that Joan appeared on this television show on two other occasions; April 21st, 1970 and October 7th, 1971.
The April 21st, 1970 episode was a re-run of Joan's prior appearance on January 16th. This is confirmed by Joan herself, in a letter dated April 28th, 1970 to friend Mary Roebling.
The October 7th, 1971 episode has no appearance by Joan at all. However, during a commercial break during this episode Joan appears in a commercial to promote the AFI film festival in her honor that was being held in Washington, D.C.
"The Foxes" (1961)Character: "Millicent Fox" This is a production linked to Crawford on websites such as Internet Movie Database, however, this project was never filmed. This was a working title of a potential television series, which was slated to star Crawford as an attorney named "Millicent Fox" (another working name for the character was "Ellen Fox"). The other working titles for the series was: "The Silver Fox," "The Blue Fox" and "Ellen Fox: Attorney At Law."
"The Name of The Game" (1971)
Character: "Victoria Stuart"
Episode: "Los Angeles 2017"
This project is erroneously cited as involving Crawford on Internet Movie Database and other online resources. From this Webmaster's own independent research, I have discovered that Joan Crawford was, in fact, hired to guest star on the television show "The Name of The Game," however, it was not episode "Los Angeles 2017," it was an episode entitled "A Capitol Affair," which originally aired on February 12th, 1971. Crawford was originally hired for the role in November 1970, however, backed out of the production in early December 1970. For complete details, please visit the page devoted to this project in the website's Missed Opportunities section.
"Woman On The Run" (1959)
This is a production linked to Crawford on websites such as Internet Movie Database, however, there is no documentation of Crawford's involvement in this production, nor is there any evidence of this project's actual existence.