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Christina and Joan Crawford make the most of a sunny day in Brentwood, CA (1943)

Joan Crawford (movie star) and her adopted daughter, Christina, wearing matching outfits in 1943

A rare photo of Joan Crawford in 1926, taken by Ruth Harriet Louise.

Joan Crawford in a publicity photo for 'Our Modern Maidens.' by Ruth Harriet Louise, 1929

Joan Crawford married Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. on June 3, 1929 at St. Malachy's Roman Catholic Church in New York and spent their honeymoon at the Algonquin Hotel. By the end of 1930, she had fallen in love with Clark Gable, and by the end of 1932, she filed for divorce. On May 12, 1933 the divorce became final, but Joan and Doug stayed cordial to each other for the rest of their lives. She went on to marry three more times. None of her marriages lasted more than four years.

In 1929 Joan Crawford married Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., the son of Douglas Fairbanks and the stepson of Hollywood royalty Mary Pickford.

Joan Crawford and Christina

American actor Joan Crawford - poses by a fireplace with her adopted daughter Christina, June (Photo by Gene Lester/Getty Images)

Joan Crawford photographed by George Hurrell, 1933.

Joan Crawford photo George Hurrell, Goege Hurrell was the artist turned photographer who played a significant role in making Hollywwod glamourous and Joan Crawford was one of his finest subjects.

Joan Crawford

Lucien Hubbard ~ Joan Crawford in Rose-Marie, 1928 From the operetta by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II

Joan Crawford by Marilyn_Monroe_Wanna_Be

“Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.