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The famous fashion designer Erté demonstrates his creative process on a very young Joan Crawford, still being referred to by her real name, Lucille LeSueur, in 1925.

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    i’ve never understood why they insisted on changing her name. lucille lesueur is so memorable and elegant.
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    The famous fashion designer Erté demonstrates one of his creations on a very young Joan Crawford, still being referred...
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