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1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible Cabriolet [76H-56]

1947 Lincoln Continental [76H-56] in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, Movie, 1962 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1947 Lincoln Continental Convertible Cabriolet [76H-56]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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atom SE

2008-01-08 01:37

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sixcyl FR

2008-01-08 19:52

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too flat pictures!

sixcyl FR

2011-04-24 08:10

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From the documentary "Behind the scenes with Baby Jane"
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sky81 US

2012-07-29 06:14

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A character or voice in the movie, as a police or news report identifies the car driven by the Bette Davis character as a 1940 or 1941 Lincoln convertible, though it's clearly a post-war Lincoln. A minor goof, I suppose.

In another goof, it seems that every time Bette Davis is driving the car at the house, she drives the car into the garage, yet every time she goes to or appears in the driveway, the car is facing out of the garage, grille visible.

Commander 57 US

2012-07-29 13:44

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Could we get a closer pix of the car behind the Lincoln?
Appears from here to be a 1949 Studebaker Commander.

Don't see a Studebaker listed elsewhere for this movie.

tallman6111 US

2017-06-23 21:30

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Not sure I am right, but I don't remember another instance where a Continental cabriolet was shown without its fender skirts.
I believe that skirts were pretty much standard and it has always bothered me that Aldrich let that detail slip by.
Also, I wonder when and how the sisters came to purchase the Continental. Blanche had a Duesenberg roadster when she tried to
run Jane down at the gate...do you suppose Jane picked out the Connie especially since Blanche was wheelchair bound after that?

the sad biker UK

2017-06-23 22:19

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tallman6111 wrote Not sure I am right, but I don't remember another instance where a Continental cabriolet was shown without its fender skirts.
I believe that skirts were pretty much standard and it has always bothered me that Aldrich let that detail slip by.
Also, I wonder when and how the sisters came to purchase the Continental. Blanche had a Duesenberg roadster when she tried to
run Jane down at the gate...do you suppose Jane picked out the Connie especially since Blanche was wheelchair bound after that?


The Standard Catalogue of American Cars shows '46 & 48 Lincoln convertibles with fender skirts (spats?) but 47's without.

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