[Exclusive] Say Hello To Baby Jane with Mario Cantone in Exclusive TCM Clip

[Exclusive] Say Hello To Baby Jane with Mario Cantone in Exclusive TCM Clip
Ready to head into the weekend? Like classic horror and thriller helpings up in your eyeballs? You’re going to need to tune into Turner Classic Movies this weekend to get yourself a special helping of classic horror goodness.

Turner Classic Movies has gifted us an exclusive clip featuring Sex and the City star, Mario Cantone, and Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz introducing the classic film that has inspired so many, WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?. Make sure you check it out below and let us know what you think.

Released on October 31, 1962, WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? follows Jane Hudson (Bette Davis), an aging child star who is left to care for her wheelchair-bound sister Blanche (Joan Crawford), also a former child actress. Stuck living together in a mansion in old Hollywood, Blanche plots to get even with Jane for the car crash that left her crippled years earlier. But Jane is desperate to keep Blanche imprisoned as she plans a new rise to fame, and tries to hide Blanche’s existence from doctors, visitors and neighbors while she devises a way to get rid of her sister.

The remaining programming lineup for Turner Classic Movies’ spoopy helpings can be checked out below!

Sunday, October 24

TCM Classic Horror (with Mario Cantone)

Bette & Joan Horror

8:00 PM           What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

10:30 PM         Strait-Jacket (1964)

Sunday, October 31

TCM Classic Horror (with Mario Cantone)


8:00 PM           Psycho (1960)

10:00 PM         Blow Out (1981)

Each Sunday this October, Turner Classic Movies has featured classic horror film double-features programmed by Sex and the City star (and horror superfan!) Mario Cantone and TCM host Ben Mankiewicz. There are only two weekends left to take part in what they have to offer before October wraps up. Definitely add this onto your calendar stat!

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