Joan Crawford

Why I love Joan Crawford’s performance in Daisy Kenyon

By Justine Smith

Otto Preminger’s 1947 love triangle with a postwar twist sees the Hollywood star at her bristling best.

The Women (1939)

By Caroline Golum

Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell are as sensational as ever in George Cukor’s classic Hollywood comedy.

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Mildred Pierce (1945)

By David Jenkins

In tandem with a big Joan Crawford retrospective, this moving noir scorcher returns to cinemas.

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Six times an on-set feud made a film more real

By Louisa Cavell

From Paul Thomas Anderson’s beef with Burt Reynolds to Peter Sellers and Orson Welles’ legendary spat.

The infamous, irresistible story of Hollywood’s most bitter feud

By Stephen Puddicombe

Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s anti-chemistry is palpable in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? from 1962.

Bette Davis vs Joan Crawford drama Feud gets a sensational trailer

By Little White Lies

Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon play the warring Hollywood icons in this FX drama.

In praise of Sterling Hayden – cinema’s nicest tough guy

By Stephen Puddicombe

With Johnny Guitar returning to cinemas, we tip our hat to one of the most towering acting talents of his generation.

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