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Autumn Leaves (1956) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Robert Aldrich and produced by William Goetz.

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Celebrating Joan Crawford with Autumn Leaves

By Virginie Pronovost on Jul 30, 2016 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

My friend Crystal from In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood is hosting the Joan Crawford Blogathon to honour one of her favourite actresses. The event started on July 28, 2016 and takes?an end today, on July 30, 2016. Of course, I had to be part of it as, even if I haven’t seen many of he... Read full article


Autumn Leaves, a Season Worth Celebrating Anytime, a Film of Uncommon Beauty.

By C. S. Williams on Feb 15, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

? ? Autumn Leaves is a Soaper, not a frilly or floral soap but more in the lines of a deep cleaning-cleanser made for grimy, greasy hands; this is a quintessential Joan Crawford vehicle, affording her many strong scenes, and allowing ample room for her larger than life personality. I assume many wo... Read full article


Autumn Leaves, a Season Worth Celebrating Anytime, a Film of Uncommon Beauty.

By C. S. Williams on Feb 15, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

? ? Autumn Leaves is a Soaper, not a frilly or floral soap but more in the lines of a deep cleaning-cleanser made for grimy, greasy hands; this is a quintessential Joan Crawford vehicle, affording her many strong scenes, and allowing ample room for her larger than life personality. I assume many wo... Read full article


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In an interview for a much later documentary on Joan Crawford, Cliff Robertson recounts his first meeting with her, at her home. Already somewhat intimidated by working with the legendary Crawford, he is let in, then hears her call from poolside, where she's sunning, "Come on out, dear boy. We've been waiting for you." Robertson has nothing but admiration for Crawford's talent and incredible technical disciple. At one point, director Bob Aldrich wanted Crawford to cry, but only slightly. A tear or two. "Which eye?" Robertson recalls Crawford asking. Then repeats the anecdote, amazed, "'Which EYE?'"
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Also directed by Robert Aldrich




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Also produced by William Goetz




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Also released in 1956




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