Crawford gives a quiet, remarkably fine interpretation of the crippled Blanche, held in emotionally by the nature and temperament of the role. I took some of my old ones down to be copied. I'm sure as hell gonna call the police on her. She's sick, and she's not getting any better. I could meet him and we could have a nice talk, just the three of us.
We could get hold of that nice Dr. And the longer you leave it, the worse it's gonna be. What am I going to do? Shelby about Miss Jane like you said? I know, but Jane has gone to another doctor. You know what makes her do things like this. What'd you have in mind? I guess that'll be all right, Miss Hudson. There're a whole lot of things I remember.
But why would she do a thing like this? I just came home and saw a light. Use direct links to download or Watch Online. What happens is a waking nightmare but the ending is more shocking than Bette Davis appearance. Well, I guess they can manage to struggle on where they are now. All right, dear, I'll do that. How do I tell her? You haven't even seen what it is yet.
Well, actually I took a cab. And there was a big man there, a policeman. That was parked there when we opened up this morning. Jane returns to find Blanche on the phone and beats her unconscious before calling the doctor pretending to be Blanche and telling the doctor not to come because Jane has chosen to see a different doctor. All right, if you say so.
Well, now, let me see. Anyway, you don't have to talk to Jane. There are a lot of people who remember me, lots of them. As Jane's increasingly delusional behavior makes her turn sadistic toward Blanche, Blanche tells Jane she intends to sell the house. Blanche is now confined to a wheelchair - Jane ran her over with the car while drunk, even though she has no memory of it - and Jane is firmly in control. This is Blanche Hudson again. After Jane reluctantly gives Elvira the key to Blanche's bedroom, she finds Blanche bound-and-gagged and weak from starvation.
I don't see how you could fail. Well, how come we never see her around? Composing, and that sort of thing. People used to say Daddy could've been a star in his own right. I wouldn't let you drive. What am I going to do? I thought you were supposed to be the big girl in this family. Did you ever try refusing one of Blanche's invitations? I'll bring you some tea. He didn't write you any letter.
I was cleaning the cage. I want an ice cream. No, I don't know a thing. Then you ought to take a look at this. This vicious and unstable sister also kills her sister's pet bird and serves it across her lunch; she later does the same thing, only with a dead rat. I told him that when we were rehearsing, also when we shot it.
With the exception of one witness. I'm going to call Dr. No, it ought to be me. Of course, some arrangements will have to be brought up to date. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Status Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Black and White Costume Design 1962 Winner Hollywood Foreign Press Association Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 1962 Nominee Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Actress 1962 Nominee Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Black and White Cinematography 1962 Nominee Directors Guild of America Best Director 1962 Nominee Hollywood Foreign Press Association Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture 1962 Nominee Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Supporting Actor 1962 Nominee. This is really a rather charming neighborhood.
That same night, Blanche is paralyzed from the waist down in a mysterious car accident that is unofficially blamed on Jane, who is found three days later in a drunken stupor. You can look at them and tell me what you think. You called him four weeks ago and told him to sell it. You know, Julie says that sister is kind of peculiar. It details the making of this film and all the events that surrounded it. I think I understand her. Not to mention one or two other less savory items of publicity.
As such, an angry Jane is in the process of trying to reestablish her career by resurrecting her Baby Jane act. All right, children, thank you. You weren't driving that night. Jane, I want to talk to. I'll come over right away. Bert Hanley didn't write you any letter or call you on the phone. Jane confronts Elvira, who threatens to call the police.