Here is what really happened to Joan Crawford, Bette Davis and others after 'Feud'

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As "Feud" comes to an end we look at what really happened to the real life Joan Crawford and Bette Davis and other Golden Age actresses like Joan Blondell, Rosalind Russell and others.
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