Joan arrives onto the set for location shooting in Baton Rouge for what is now titled Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) in relatively good spirits, having top billing for the movie over Bette, having the equally juicy role as a murderess, and feeling like both Bette but more specifically Bob respect her function within the production as all three desperately need another hit following Baby Jane and thus need to rely on each other for the movie to succeed. Joan even reiterates to Mamacita a pledge she made to herself not to drink during this production if only to be at the top of her game. Joan's good feeling slowly deteriorates as she believes, based on their actions on the set, that the majority of the crew, led by Bob and Bette, are all in some inside joke against her, especially as Bette seems always to be on the set even when she has no scenes to film, and is secretly giving Bob advice on the entire production. Joan's good feeling entirely evaporates when she learns the actions ... Written by
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Joan receives legal papers at her Brentwood home, with the address of 246 Bristol Court seen on the cover letter. The actual address of her house is 426 North Bristol Avenue. See more
You know, Joan, the last time I let an actor call all the shots the made "Four for Texas." I can't afford another bomb. If "Charlotte" doesn't work, I'm back making crap TV. So, I suggest you put down your fucking script, and pick up your fucking contract and give that a close fucking read.
Performed by The Hilversum Orchestra & Ivor Slaney
[The song is played on the newsreel, Cough...Cough, Sweet Charlotte] See more