Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A young woman arrives at the home of her socialite cousin, and soon finds herself sucked into the woman's complex web of deceit.
Joan Crawford personally bought the film rights to Edna L. Lee's novel "The Queen Bee" for $15,000, then sold them to Columbia under the following conditions: she would star, Jerry Wald would produce, Ranald MacDougall would write the screenplay and direct the film, Charles Lang would be the film's ... ...
Carol Lee Phillips:
She'll sting you one day. Oh, ever so gently, so you hardly even feel it. Til you fall dead.
When Jen goes to ask Avery for help in stopping Eva from interfering in his sister's wedding, Avery pronounces his wife's name as "Ava," when her name is "Eva."
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