1) Joan Crawford was vilified in a posthumous tell-all book by her daughter Christina. What was it called?
2) Crawford installed all-new commode seats and changed the name of her Brentwood estate each time she did what?
3) Crawford took over the female lead in the 1942 comedy “They All Kissed the Bride” after the actress originally cast in the part died in a famous plane crash. Who was the original star?
4) When Crawford tried to play hardball with studio head Harry Cohn over her costume designer, Cohn replaced her with Deborah Kerr in what would become a timeless wartime romance. Can you name it?
5) Who once said of Crawford, “She’s slept with every male star at MGM except Lassie”?
6) In 1955, Crawford married Alfred Steele, chairman of what soft drink company?
7) In 1968, Crawford appeared on the soap opera “The Secret Storm,” filling in for an indisposed actress. Who was that actress?
8) Who directed Crawford in her 1969 “Night Gallery” appearance as a blind woman hoping to regain her sight?
9) For what film did Crawford win her Oscar?
10) What Crawford film included this famous exchange: “You wouldn’t be able to do these awful things to me if I weren’t still in this chair.” “Butcha are, Blanche, ya are in that chair!”