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Bette Davis Eyes To Die For.
By Nick at Nite
from San Mateo, CA
About Me Movie Buff
Comments about What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 50th Anniversary (BD) Blu-ray:
The behind scenes stories about these two screen legends behaving like divas is almost as intriguing as Robert Aldrich's Grand Guignol goings on in front of the camera. But Bette and Joan deliver iconic performances that only helped to solidify their legendary status. And Victor Buono is an absolute delight in an Oscar nominated performance. Now it's a must-have in this blu-ray/book version.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
By Big J
from San Antonio, TX
About Me Avid Moviegoer
I like to watch this on a rainy day or a day when there is nothing on t.v. It is so intriguing. Amazing how mean one can be especially when Betty Davis' character is so spoiled from childhood. Spoiled child, spoiled adult. Each actress took off her role so convincing, because they had a real dislike for one another off screen.