Director: Robert Aldrich
Writer(s): Henry Farrell (novel), Lukas Heller
Starring: Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Victor Buono, Wesley Addy, Julie Allred, Anne Barton, Marjorie Bennett, Bert Freed, Anna Lee, Maidie Norman, Dave Willock, William Aldrich, Russ Conway, Maxine Cooper, Robert Cornthwaite, Michael Fox, Gina Gillespie, Barbara Merrill, Don Ross, James Seay, John Shay, Jon Shepodd, Peter Virgo, Bobs Watson, Debbie Burton, Murray Alper, Ernest Anderson, Steve Condit, Dorothea Lord, Norman Papson, Robert Perry, Mike Ragan, Sammy Shack, Michael St. Angel, Jack Tornek, Ralph Volkie, Bill Walker
Synopsis: In a tale that almost redefines sibling rivalry, faded actresses Blanche and ‘Baby’ Jane Hudson live together. Jane was by far the most famous when she performed with their father in vaudeville but as they got older, it was Blanche who became the finer actress, which Jane still resents. Blanche is now confined to a wheelchair and Jane is firmly in control. As time goes by, Jane exercises greater and greater control over her sister, intercepting her letters and ensuring that few if anyone from the outside has any contact with her. As Jane slowly loses her mind, she torments her sister going to ever greater extremes.
Release Date: October 31, 1962 (USA) | Length: 134 min | Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller | Certificate: NR