Great publicity shot. Practically the whole cast. Left to right:
Florence Nash,Phyllis Povah,Paulette Goddard,Joan Crawford,Norma Shearer,Rosalind Russell, Mary Boland and Joan Fontaine.
Missing are Ruth Hussey,Hedda Hopper,Lucille Watson,Marjorie Main and Virginia Weidler.
It really was quite a cast and not a man in sight ! But MGM knew THE WOMEN would be a hit, with all that star power.
SUITABLE ONLY FOR ADULTS!
Joan Crawford gets top billing in this poster.
Joan Fontaine, second billing? Really!
That gloriously funny fight is featured in this poster.
If only the whole film, not just the fashion show sequence, had been in color, it deserved it.
Dennie Moore, Rosalind Russell in the scene that kick starts the plot – gossip passed on to the wrong person.
That fight. Roz Russell gets soundly beaten by Paulette Goddard. Norma Shearer and Joan Fontaine are shocked. Everyone had a ball!
Mary Boland can’t resist a smile.
Girls’ night out. You’re surrounded,Joan.
The bad girl usually has the juicier part.Joan wins,hands down.
Cant see Norma ever playing a part like Crystal.
And my favorite is Rosalind Russell. How she grabbed this part and proved what a fine comedienne she was.
The designer, Adrian with Rosalind Russell.
Adrian created some startling costumes for Rosalind.
The eyes have it!
You can’t get away from her. She’s all around !
On the set with George Cukor, Roz Russell and Hedda Hopper.
She’s looking for the other woman.
And she finds her, behind the perfume counter. Sylvia Fowler (Rosalind ) isnt subtle. Crystal (Joan) realises what she is up to. – “Mrs. Prowler”.
But all’s well that ends well.