She & Kate Hepburn both had a deeply ingrained work ethic. Like Crawford, Hepburn would scrub her own floors & do housework. She thought it was sinful laziness to hire someone else to do it for her.<quoted text>
I find the changing looks and characters that Crawford had through the years to be fascinating.
She was whackadoodle but she had a work ethic didn't she?
Crawford, no great beauty, really catches your eye. You look at everything's she done -- from being a vapid chorus girl in early 1930s movies to the films she did late in life -- and you see a woman who changed constantly. I find that fascinating, too.