As Aunt Alice, Ruth Gordon applies for the job of housekeeper in the Tucson, Arizona home of widow Claire Marrable in order to find out what happened to a missing widowed friend, Edna Tinsley. The crazed Page, left only a stamp album by her husband, takes money from her housekeepers, kills them, and buries the bodies in her garden. Alice is a widow too. So is neighbor Harriet Vaughn. Lots of widows here. Written by
Whatever happened to Aunt Alice was more terrifying than what happened to Baby Jane.
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In a scene where Mrs. Dimmock is talking with Claire about a stock broker, Claire is having a cup of tea, when she finishes her tea she asks Mrs. Dimmock for another cup. Handing her just the cup, in the next scene she is seen to be holding both a cup and saucer. When Claire hears the dog Chloe bark, she jumps and almost drops the cup and tea spills out of the cup, meaning the cup was not empty when the tea was supposedly finished. See more
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She's like crabgrass - never really quelled - only cropping up secretly and victoriously in another spot.
Referenced in Reflections of Evil