Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte details
|Starring:||Joseph Cotten, Olivia De Havilland, William Campbell, Cecil Kellaway, Victor Buono, Agnes Moorehead|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte
|Run time:||2 hours 12 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
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Absolutely brilliant - one of the bestBy Jane Smerdon from London, England , 02 Sep 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]This movie has it all - suspense, drama, twists and turns. Coming from a time when actors had to rely on their talent rather than special effects, this film certainly delivers. Bette Davis at her very best, this film will have you gripped from the beginning to the end. At times scary, at times sad, this film gets 100% from me.
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diabolique family businessBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 06 Dec 2012Southern belle murders her married lover, or does she. Living as rich recluse she struggles with her memory and meanwhile others try to get hold of family fortune. Meanwhile reporters and insurance men try to figure out what their stakes are.
Hush, Hush, Sweet CharlotteBy Miriam from Ealing, London , 08 Jan 2012An entertaining film. Bette Davis was brilliant at playing unhinged and eccentric characters.
mad bette at her best/worstBy a customer , 11 Jun 2011this is one of the few bette davis films that i hadnt seen & it didnt dissapoint! she is her usual manical self,this actress is the only one that can get away with her over acting & bad lines!! hilarious when it shouldnt be!! watch this & be entranced with the audacity of miss davis!!
A worthy successor to Baby JaneBy Sirat (22 reviews) from London , 28 May 2011I was surprised to discover that a film buff friend of mine (admittedly very young) hadn't even heard of this one, such was the degree to which it was eclipsed by Bette Davis' and Joan Crawford's classic Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
Most sequels (of which this is in reality one) fall very far short of their originals this one doesn't. Brilliantly acted, full of under-stated malice and brilliantly-maintained tension, this is gothic horror at its best. No special effects, no buckets of blood, car chases or computer-generated hokum just spine-chilling human evil, mental instability and nastiness. All that and a truly haunting theme tune. Not to be missed, and not to be watched alone.
Liked itBy a customer from Walsall , 22 Jan 2010Like all Bette Davis film, I was really happy with this film