What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?

What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?




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The answer to the question contained in the title of Whatever Happened To Baby Jane is a simple one - she got old, like all child stars do one day. Now the former youthful star of the big-screen lives with her paralysed sister Blanche, who also was once a movie star and still has money, in a spooky house in Los Angeles. Jane hates Blanche, and tries to make her life as miserable as possible - and since Blanche is in a wheelchair, it's hard for her to strike back. This is a wild and weird drama, with two old stars from the golden age of Hollywood, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, giving it their all.


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Contains moderate violence and psychological threat.

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