A scene was filmed in which Joan and young Christina build a campfire on the beach and Joan initiates a soul-baring conversation with the girl. Faye Dunaway mentions this in her autobiography, and reveals that it was one of the first scenes they were required to shoot. She felt the scene was crucial because it made an attempt to explain some of Crawford's erratic behavior, and she was dismayed that the production required them to shoot such an emotional scene before any of the necessary history had been established between the actors. She took it as a warning sign that the production's priorities were in the wrong place, and ultimately the scene was cut from the film altogether.
No... wire... hangers. What's wire hangers doing in this closet when I told you: no wire hangers EVER? I work and work 'til I'm half dead, and I hear people saying, "She's getting old." And what do I get? A daughter... who cares as much about the ...
Very faint breathing in the coffin, though Joan is dead.
Some prints also contain a different take of the scene where Joan and Alfred argue over the cost of the New York apartment, most notably Alfred's reaction to Joan's stubborn insistence.
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