Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte

Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte

Director: Robert Aldrich Cast: Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotten

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/08/2008
UPC: 0024543507307
Original Release: 1965
Rating: NR
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Time: 2:13:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Hush... Hush Sweet Joan: The Making of Charlotte featurette; Bruce Dern Remembers featurette; Wizard Work - vintage promotional short narrated by Joseph Cotten; Isolated score track; Theatrical teasers; Original theatrical trailer; TV spots; Interactive pressbook gallery; Poster gallery; Lobby card gallery; Still gallery

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bette Davis Charlotte Hollis
Olivia de Havilland Miriam
Joseph Cotten Drew Bayliss
Agnes Moorehead Velma
Cecil Kellaway Harry
Mary Astor Jewel Mayhew
Victor Buono Big Sam
Wesley Addy Sheriff
William Campbell Paul Marchand
Bruce Dern John Mayhew
Frank Ferguson Editor
George Kennedy Foreman
Percy Helton Funeral Director
Kelly Flynn 2nd Boy
Michael Petit Gang Leader
William Aldrich Boy Dancer
Ellen Corby Town Gossip
Marianne Stewart Town Gossip
Helen Kleeb Town Gossip
Lillian Randolph Cleaning Woman
Geraldine West Cleaning Woman
William Walker Chauffeur
Dave Willock Taxi Driver
John Megna New Boy

Technical Credits
Robert Aldrich Director,Producer
Jack R. Berne Producer
Joseph Biroc Cinematographer
Walter Blake Associate Producer
Raphael Bretton Art Director,Set Decoration/Design
Mack David Songwriter
Frank deVol Score Composer
Henry Farrell Original Story,Screenwriter
Bernard Freericks Sound/Sound Designer
William Glasgow Art Director
Lukas Heller Screenwriter
Gene Hibbs Makeup
Norma Koch Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Luciano Editor
William McGarry Asst. Director
Alex Ruiz Choreography

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Hush... Hush Sweet Charlotte
1. Directive [4:42]
2. Broken Heart [2:44]
3. Hand and Head [2:15]
4. Bloody Dress [1:55]
5. Initiation [3:03]
6. Main Titles [1:55]
7. Demolition [:28]
8. Ten Days Left [4:17]
9. Cousin Miriam [3:55]
10. Homecoming [4:09]
11. Dinner Company [4:33]
12. Gratitude [1:28]
13. Regrets [1:14]
14. Mysteries [4:45]
15. Mrs. Mayhew [4:34]
16. Hate Mail [3:29]
17. Sealed Envelope [1:14]
18. In the Dark [:36]
19. The Music Box [3:42]
20. Over the Edge [3:11]
21. Up to No good [1:33]
22. Conspiracy [5:18]
23. Velma [7:41]
24. Senior Partner [5:25]
25. Hush...Hush [5:22]
26. Sweet Charlotte [3:56]
27. Murder [7:03]
28. Disposal [:41]
29. Apparition [2:55]
30. Celebration [3:04]
31. Supposing [5:52]
32. End Titles [2:18]

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Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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This movie is a MUST for anyone who is a Bette Davis and/or Olivia DeHaviland fan! It shows that these two great actresses are capable of doing any type of role; from a character who can be oh so sweet, to someone who is perfectly evil or mad as the Mad Hatter, and why today's crop of actress cannot hold a birthday candle to either one of these great stars!!
loulouTX More than 1 year ago
This is a classic! Always good to watch.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte remains one of the Grand Guignols of all times. Bette Davis's vulnerability as the victim will arouse one's sympathy. She portrays such a sympathetic character that the audience cannot wait for her to get justice on the evil characters that try to destroy her. Olivia De Havilland as Cousin Miriam is a flower on the outside, and a hornet's nest on the inside. Her evil is so subtle and yet deadly. Joseph Cotten as her accomplice is eerie. Agnes Moorehead's performance as Velma, Charlotte's maid is so outstanding that she almost upstages Bette and Olivia. The remainder of the cast has the inimitable Mary Astor, Cecil Kellaway and Victor Buono. The bonus on the background of the film will intrigue movie buffs, particularly the rare footage of Joan Crawford, the first choice for Miriam. The DVD transfer is very clear. Recommended Highly.
Faustulusdiaboli More than 1 year ago
CHARLOTTE is a great old Southern gothic performed by seasoned actors -- Agnes Moorhead holds her own any day against Davis and deHavilland, and Joseph Cotton, so suave and genteel, is a great villain; still, it's Davis and deHavilland who hold up the story in all its twists. William Faulkner this isn't, but it's still a great old romp in haunted Dixie for a rainy night or a lazy afternoon.
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