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Author Name    Paper Dolls Book “Joan Crawford Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney

Title   Joan Crawford Paper Dolls in Full Color Vintage 1983 Tom Tierney Book UNCUT *****FIRST CLASS SHIPPING INCLUDED – DOMESTIC ORDERS ONLY!*****

Binding/Type   Paper

Book Condition   Uncut & Near Mint

Size   9 & 1/4

Publisher, Location, Year Published   New York Dover Publications, Inc. 1983

Seller ID   Paper Dolls Joan Crawford

Item:   UNCUT Original 1983 “Joan Crawford Paper Dolls in Full Color” Tom Tierney Book. Beautiful as well as educational, this delightfully enchanting and informative Book contains an Introduction as well as meticulously researched accurate Biographical Information, and features Captioned (with Dates, Films and Designers info) Detailed Recreations of Period, Designer Ceremonial Clothing and Costumes Fashions (Uniforms, Suits, Gowns, Casual Wear Attire, Accessories & more...) spanning the years 1925 thru 1967, authentically rendered by noted Illustrator, Tom Tierney


***“Dubbed a ‘clothes-horse de luxe’ in 1935, Joan Crawford was the very model of Hollywood glamor and beauty. Through shifting styles and several decades, Miss Crawford projected the right image...the panache of the fast-living flapper...the sophisticated, Garbo-like cool de rigueur in the 30s...and, from the 40s onward, the tailored savvy of a Mildred Pierce. In every incarnation, through five decades and 81 films, Joan Crawford radiated ‘star quality.’ Fashion illustrator Tom Tierney has captured Miss Crawford in three lifelike paper dolls, representing three distinct phases in her long screen career, and twenty-eight meticulously rendered costumes from many films...This collection, a tribute to a striking beauty and magnetic actress, is also a salute to the many talented costume designers - Adrian, Milo Anderson and Sheila O’Brien, to name a few - who made Hollywood a fashion house. Miss Crawford’s many fans, fashion enthusiasts, as well as paper doll collectors will welcome this Tom Tierney effort.”


Date of Publication: Vintage - 1983 (1980s) Paper Dolls Book


Author/Designer:  Tom Tierney, Noted Illustrator

Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc. - New York


Total Number of Pages: 32 pages total, 18 of which are printed pages


Total Number of Color Plates Pages (printed on one side of each page only): 16


Total Number of Costumes/Outfits: Twenty-Eight (28)


Total Number of Paper Dolls: Three (3) (three of Joan)


Size: 9 & 1/4"H x 12 & 1/4"W


Format: Paper-bound, Soft Cover


Condition:   Paper Dolls, Outfits and Exterior Covers - UNCUT & Near Mint; Interior Contents - Excellent, with only a handful of pages evincing faintly visible residue spots on the BLANK non-illustrated portions along the bottom page edges



*Swimsuit from a publicity still

*”Pretty Ladies” (MGM, 1925) - in this film, still called “Lucille Le Sueur”

*”Sally, Irene and Mary” (MGM, 1925)

*”Our Dancing Daughters” (MGM, 1928) - Costume by David Cox

*”Our Blushing Brides” (MGM, 1930) - Costume by Adrian

*”Possessed” (MGM, 1931)

*”Grand Hotel” (MGM, 1932) - Costume by Adrian

*”Rain” (United Artists, 1932)

*”Letty Lynton” (MGM, 1932) - Costume by Adrian

*Two Costumes from “Dancing Lady” (MGM, 1933) - Costumes by Adrian

*”Sadie McKee” (MGM, 1934) - Costume by Adrian

*”I Live My Life” (MGM, 1935) - Costume by Adrian

*”The Gorgeous Hussy” (MGM, 1936) - Costume by Adrian

*”The Bride Wore Red” (MGM, 1937) - Costume by Adrian

*”The Last of Mrs. Cheney” (MGM, 1937) - Costume by Adrian

*”Mannequin” (MGM, 1938) - Costume by Adrian

*”Ice Follies of 1939" (MGM, 1939) - Costume by Adrian

*”The Women” (MGM, 1939) - Costume by Adrian

*”Susan and God” (MGM, 1940) - Costume by Adrian

*”When Ladies Meet” (MGM, 1941) - Costume by Adrian

*Two Costumes from “Mildred Pierce” (Warner Bros., 1945) - Costumes by Milo Anderson

*”Humoresque” (Warner Bros., 1946) - Costume by Adrian

*”Flamingo Road” (Warner Bros., 1949) - Costume by William Travilla

*”Harriet Craig” (Columbia, 1950) - Costume by Sheila O’Brien

*”Torch Song” (MGM, 1953) - Costume by Helen Rose

*”Johnny Guitar” (Republic, 1954) - Costume by Sheila O’Brien

*”Female on the Beach” (Universal, 1955) - Costume by Sheila O’Brien

*”I Saw What You Did” (Universal, 1965)

*”Berserk!” (Columbia, 1967)

Price = 30.99 USD

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