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LornaHansonForbes

Oh wow! SUDDEN FEAR! (1952) on 12/14 at 8:00 PM

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Broderick Crawford and Robert Mitchum also modeled the furs in this campaign.

Crawford, Broderick that is, should have worn the

coat over his face, but then again that would have

screwed up the whole idea of the ad campaign.

 

In between acting gigs, Tor would sell the hair off his

back to a wig maker and then let it grow back again.

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Crawford, Broderick that is, should have worn the

coat over his face, but then again that would have

screwed up the whole idea of the ad campaign.

 

Crawford's mother looked good in fur:

 

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Crawford's mother looked good in fur:

 

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Much better than her son probably did.

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Crawford, Broderick that is, should have worn the

coat over his face, but then again that would have

screwed up the whole idea of the ad campaign.

 

Nothing becomes a Legend quite like...

          a fur bag over the head....

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NEWS!: IT SEEMS JOAN WORE A DIFFERENT MINK FOR PUBLICITY PHOTOS. I PREFER THE DRACULA-COLLAR; SOLID BROWN SHE WENT WITH IN THE FINAL FILM.

 

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They knew have to tie a scarf back then also, didn't they? Keeping the essence of the coif visible and all, plus a terrific knot.

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Okay Lorna, sorry but I'm having a little difficulty here believing Joan actually "wore" two separate fur coats here, and because as good a professional that she was, there's no way she could reenact the exact same pose, facial expressions, the scarf in exactly the same position, and her revolver firing position and its subsequent instantaneous blast/escape of exhaust gasses from it after donning a different coat.

 

(...nope, either the second image has been photoshopped in fairly recent times, or someone in earlier times and perhaps a movie studio artist airbrushed a different coat on her on that still shot)

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Okay Lorna, sorry but I'm having a little difficulty here believing Joan actually "wore" two separate fur coats here, and because as good a professional that she was, there's no way she could reenact the exact same pose, facial expressions, the scarf in exactly the same position, and her revolver firing position and its subsequent instantaneous blast/escape of exhaust gasses from it after donning a different coat.

 

(...nope, either the second image has been photoshopped in fairly recent times, or someone in earlier times and perhaps a movie studio artist airbrushed a different coat on her on that still shot)

I was wondering if that was the case. Wonder why they would bother to Photoshop her coat though, especially since they just made it tacky with those different colored streaks. And why remove the collar? Oh well, thanks for verifying.

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