Bette Davis and Joan Crawford by helitzur

Question 4

Davis had spent most of her career at Warner Brothers before leaving the studio after this 1949 flop, which Feud refers to in a scene where she delights Victor Buono by re-enacting her line "what a dump!" That line--and her reading of it--gained considerable notoriety when Edward Albee built much of the opening scene of Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? around it. If you can name this Davis movie, you'll have one up on Albee's characters, who are ultimately unable to remember its title.