Queen Bee (1955)

 |  Drama, Romance

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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 in Queen Bee (1955)
  • Queen Bee (1955)
  • Queen Bee (1955)
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  • Joan Crawford in Queen Bee (1955)

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Did You Know?


Christina Crawford, Joan Crawford's adopted daughter, recounted in her autobiography "Mommie Dearest" that she had to leave the theater midway through a showing of this film because it was too true-to-life in her mother's portrayal of the main character.


Eva Phillips: We will have a talk, won't we, Judd. Like old times.
Judson Prentiss: There's nothing to discuss.
Eva Phillips: I think we should talk. I don't like to insist. But I insist.


Plot Summary


Drama | Romance

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