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Cropped screenshot of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford from the film Category:Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (film)
Date 1962
Source Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? trailer
Author Trailer screenshot, from the film Category:Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (film) from Warner Home Video DVD.
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