An aging widow hides a deadly secret which she will do anything to keep buried.
Whatever happened to Aunt Alice was more terrifying than what happened to Baby Jane.
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Did You Know?
Mrs. Marrable's infamous pine trees are long leaf pines, a hardy, tough variety of fur tree that grows well in rocky soils. See more
Towards the end of the movie, when Page is wearing the red wig, driving the 1960 Lincoln Continental with Gordon half-passed-out in the front seat, the interior shots show the car to be a 1961 or 1962 General Motors vehicle (you can tell by the vent window and dashboard). Then it becomes a 1960 Lincoln again when they show the outside shots, and when the car goes into the lake. The Lincoln has a perfect rectangle vent window at a 90 degree angle; the GM car has a teardrop shaped vent which is slanted back. See more
You've had such rotten luck with your housekeepers Aunt Claire.
Have I? Actually I think I've done rather well.
Referenced in Reflections of Evil