|JC selects her character's jewelry.|
Trog (1970), though it hardly mattered as all eyes and much of the light fell on her!
|The cake, and Al Steele, are pretty close, but not the hair.|
Earthquake (1974.) He died of throat cancer in 1994 at age eighty-one.
|Lobby card of a deleted scene from Queen Bee.|
She was fired from Strait-Jacket (1964) and replaced with Diane Baker.
Charlton Heston. In 1956, he costarred in The Toy Tiger with Jeff Chandler and Everything But the Truth with Maureen O'Hara. He did a few more films and some TV, but was out of the business by 1959. (He was offered a role in Broadway's Critic's Choice in 1960, but turned it down. Eddie Hodges took the part.) Like many child actors, growing up cost him both his childhood and his performing career and he eventually turned to work behind the scenes of the music biz, but died of a self-induced drug overdose in 1989 at age forty-four.
|"Art" imitating "art," rather than life...|
|Staircases like the one in Queen Bee made their way into Mommie Dearest (as well as Feud), though Crawford's Brentwood home featured nothing of the kind. Just a plain, straight stairwell done in Spanish tiles...|