Feud: Bette and Joan Restore the details of the era

2022-02-04 08:17
The main creative team paid attention to the restoration of the details of the era. The preparations for the costume styling and scene design in the play took 6 months, and even found the furniture used in the filming of "What Ever Happened to BabyJane?"   . From the movie footage of What Ever Happened to BabyJane? to the tit-for-tat fight between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis at the signing of the contract, almost every historical photo has a corresponding source on the show   .
Perino, a restaurant and bar in Hollywood in the early 1960s, was an important scene in the play. Due to the limited space, the producers built the scene to only take half of Perino's main restaurant, but included the velvet booths. All decorations restore the real scene at that time. The bedroom and living room scenes of Joan Crawford's Los Angeles mansion are decorated with antiques, as well as reproductions of works by William Haynes. In the 1970s, Crawford's apartment on 69th Street on Lexington Avenue in New York, from the Carlton Varney furniture in the room to the reproduction of Margaret Keane paintings on the walls The products are all restored to the scene at that time   .
In addition, the creators also collected various anecdotes of the protagonist, such as Joan Crawford's ice cube application, lemon rubbing elbows and other details mentioned in Joan's eldest daughter's autobiographical novel "Dearest Mother". It's all reflected in the show   .
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