BY ROBERT ALDRICH
In the 1920s, Baby was a child prodigy of silent cinema, while his sister Blanche remained discreet.
Ten years later, the roles are reversed, Blanche becomes a big star while her sister is forgotten.
By bringing together Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in the same film, Robert Aldrich staged a rivalry known to the general public between the two legendary Hollywood actresses.
SUNDAY 04.02 AT 19:00FICTION