Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood has another blogathon up and running, this one being about Academy Award winner Lucille LeSueur -- sorry, Joan Crawford. To some, her reputation has been ruined thanks to what her adopted daughter wrote about her in the infamous Mommie Dearest. But many (myself including) don't believe these claims, preferring instead to focus on her professional life more than her private one.
Anyway, with most of her more famed works being claimed left and right, I opted for a lesser-known work of hers. Which one, you ask?
|(1941, dir. George Cukor)|
Why this one? Compared to some of her other works from this time, this one sometimes gets shrugged off. Hopefully by post's end you'll be seeking it out. (I'll try not to give away too much about it.)