Alfred Molina as Robert Aldrich - HarpersBAZAAR.com

11 Beautiful New Images From Ryan Murphy's 'Feud: Bette and Joan'

Alfred Molina as Robert Aldrich - HarpersBAZAAR.com

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis photographed for What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, 1962

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Joan Crawford and Bette Davis photographed for What Ever Happened to Baby Jane, 1962

El perdido - The Last Sunset - Robert Aldrich - 1961 - Kirk Douglas • Western Movies - Saloon Forum •

El perdido - The Last Sunset - Robert Aldrich - 1961 - Kirk Douglas • Western Movies - Saloon Forum •

Robert Aldrich (Director) - Died December 5, 1983. Born August 9, 1918. American film director, writer and producer, notable for such films as Kiss Me Deadly (1955), The Big Knife (1955), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964), The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), The Dirty Dozen (1967), and The Longest Yard (1974).

Robert Aldrich (Director) - Died December 5, 1983. Born August 9, 1918. American film director, writer and producer, notable for such films as Kiss Me Deadly (1955), The Big Knife (1955), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964), The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), The Dirty Dozen (1967), and The Longest Yard (1974).

470. "Qu'est-ce qui est arrivé à Baby Jane" de robert Aldrich avec Bette Davis et Joan Crawford.

Qu'est-il arrivé à Baby Jane ?

470. "Qu'est-ce qui est arrivé à Baby Jane" de robert Aldrich avec Bette Davis et Joan Crawford.

Director Robert Aldrich rehearses a scene of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? with Anna Lee and Bette Davis

Director Robert Aldrich rehearses a scene of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? with Anna Lee and Bette Davis

Tournage l'empereur du nord

Tournage l'empereur du nord

Crawford approached director Robert Aldrich, right, about teaming her with Davis in the "Sunset Boulevard"-type story of two show-biz sisters trapped in a decaying Hollywood mansion -- one crippled emotionally, the other in a wheelchair. "Baby Jane" became a sleeper hit when released in the fall of 1962. It revitalized the careers of Davis and Crawford and created a Hollywood genre in the '60s: schlocky horror films starring aging actresses.

Crawford approached director Robert Aldrich, right, about teaming her with Davis in the "Sunset Boulevard"-type story of two show-biz sisters trapped in a decaying Hollywood mansion -- one crippled emotionally, the other in a wheelchair. "Baby Jane" became a sleeper hit when released in the fall of 1962. It revitalized the careers of Davis and Crawford and created a Hollywood genre in the '60s: schlocky horror films starring aging actresses.

Director Robert Aldrich and Lee Marvin going over a scene in the Dirty Dozen in 1967.

Director Robert Aldrich and Lee Marvin going over a scene in the Dirty Dozen in 1967.

Following the unexpected box-office success of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), director Robert Aldrich wanted to reunite stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964). Crawford quit after working a week in Baton Rogue and four days in Hollywood. She was replaced in the role of 'Miriam Deering' by Oliva de Havilland. Here are hair tests for Crawford in the role.

Following the unexpected box-office success of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), director Robert Aldrich wanted to reunite stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964). Crawford quit after working a week in Baton Rogue and four days in Hollywood. She was replaced in the role of 'Miriam Deering' by Oliva de Havilland. Here are hair tests for Crawford in the role.

Cliff Robertson and Joan Crawford listen to director Robert Aldrich while filming the beach scene for Autumn Leaves (1956)

Cliff Robertson and Joan Crawford listen to director Robert Aldrich while filming the beach scene for Autumn Leaves (1956)

histoires-extraordinaires:    Anouk Aimée as Bera, Queen of Sodom, in Robert Aldrich’s Sodom and Gomorrah (1963).

histoires-extraordinaires: Anouk Aimée as Bera, Queen of Sodom, in Robert Aldrich’s Sodom and Gomorrah (1963).

Grand Prix themed cake for 60th birthday- edible handmade racing car topper by Baking Angel

Grand Prix themed cake for 60th birthday- edible handmade racing car topper by Baking Angel

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