.::what is a fanlisting?::.
-A fanlisting is a site where all fans of the site subject can join to show their appreciation on that subject. For more information on what exactly is a fanlisting,please visit the fanlisting base:
.::whats this fanlisting about::.
well, it's a lil' tribute to the best of horror- flicks, "What ever happened to Baby Jane". Bette Davis & Joan Crawford stars as ageing sisters Blanche & Jane. But there's certainly not alot of loving going on. This is bitching at it's best. The elderly dames litterary rules the screen.
/ [at least]BE a fan of the movie
/ you don't have to own a website to join. All fans are welcome
/but....IF you have a website, a link back is required.( use a code, make your own, or simply a text- link)
/seriously: NO porn,racist,hate,homophobic sites please!!!
/if any of your information change, it's up to you to inform me. I do random checks on the codes, and if I don't see one up on the adress given to me, I will not link to that site.
/Fill out the form completely or it will be discarded.
/now.... write "joan and bette" in the box labelled "Baby?"
form from expage
please upload the codes to your own server. Direct linking is stealing bandwith,
and noone is gonna steal mine!!!
1. hazel @ www norway
2. tatiana @ www brazil
3. sarah @ www USA
4. klassy @ www Philippines
_"Blanche...you know we got rats in the celler?" _>jane
_"All right Blanche, miss big fat movie star miss rotton stinking actress,
press a button ring a bell and you think the whole world comes running!" _>jane
_You wouldn't be able to do these awful things to me if I weren't still in this chair!"_>blanche "But ya are, Blanche! Ya are in that chair!"_>jane
.::joan on the movie::.
_"Christ. I still have nightmares about it. I know why the picture shouldn't have been made, and I know why it had to be made. I was lonely, worse than lonely, bored out of my skull, and I needed the money. It was a good script, and Bob Aldrich had tremendous faith in it. Nobody would finance it; they didn't think either Bette Davis or I had the box-office pull to make it a success. Finally it did get financed, but on such a low budget we had to shoot it so quickly and improvise so many interiors and even exteriors, I felt as though we were filming a newsreel, not a movie. I was tense and nervous and desperately unhappy at the time, but probably nobody on the set or in any audience noticed this, because it was part of my character. The character I played, I mean.
I didn't go in blind, mind you. I knew that Bette had all the best scenes, that she could top me all along the way. I was a cripple, physically, and she was demented, mentally, and the mental always wins out on the screen. But we didn't feud the way the publicity people wanted us to. We weren't friends, but we got along, and the picture was finished, and I went back to New York and Bette went back to Connecticut, of wherever the hell, and our paths didn't cross again.
_joan crawford online_