What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? - More Play Screening Series
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Dir. Robert Aldrich
US 1962 (133:00)
Preceded by a performance from some of the filthiest queens around, Allysin Chaynes and Champagna Enemea. The category? Baby Jane fight scene realness.
Pairing together the two legendary stars Bette David and Joan Crawford, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? is a Gothic masterpiece, a horrifying psychological thriller about hate, revenge and murder.
After a suspicious car accident leaves actress Blanche Hudson (Crawford) in a wheelchair for life, she becomes a recluse, dependent on her sister, former child star Jane Hudson (Davis). They live together in isolation, where Blanche becomes a virtual prisoner in the house at the mercy of her bitter alcoholic sister. When Jane learns of Blanche’s plans to sell the house, events take a turn for the worst, quickly descending into full-blown madness.
With Baby Jane Hudson ranked #44 on the American Film Institute’s list of the 50 Best Villains of American Cinema, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? is a cult classic for the ages.
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