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Joan Crawford Centennial (!?)

I know that in the light of "Mommie Dearest," some tend to forget that Joan Crawford had an extraordinary film career. According to Turner Classic Movies, yesterday marked the centennial of her birth (though even TCM mentions 1904 as her birth year, while Wikipedia puts it at 1905). Still, I couldn't pass up an opportunity to recognize some of those films for which I remember her, everything from "Mildred Pierce," for which Crawford won an Oscar, to "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?"