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For actresses over 40, good film roles are hard-to-find. In the 1960s, a lot of those roles were in horror films. It all started with Whatever Happened With Baby Jane, casting Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as reclusive sisters grasping at past fame, and at each other. The backstage feud between the two stars is part of Hollywood legend, but what’s on the screen has rarely been topped.

For actresses over 40, good film roles are hard-to-find. In the 1960s, a lot of those roles were in horror films. It all started with Whatever Happened With Baby Jane, casting Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as reclusive sisters grasping at past fame, and at each other. The backstage feud between the two stars is part of Hollywood legend, but what’s on the screen has rarely been topped.

For actresses over 40, good film roles are hard-to-find. In the 1960s, a lot of those roles were in horror films. It all started with Whatever Happened With Baby Jane, casting Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as reclusive sisters grasping at past fame, and at each other. The backstage feud between the two stars is part of Hollywood legend, but what’s on the screen has rarely been topped.

WHEN

WHERE

14 Pews
800 Aurora St.
Houston, TX
http://14pews.org/calendar.asp?pageid=15&calid=1694

TICKET INFO

$10
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