Bette Davis

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United States film actress (1908-1989)


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I do mean William Wyler's "The Letter,'' starring Bette Davis as a woman who murders her lover and "River of No Return'' starring Marilyn Monroe as a tough saloon singer fighting turbulent rapids, Indians and Robert Mitchum.
Greta Scacchi is magnificent as Bette Davis and looks uncannily similar to the movie star as each layer of terrifying make-up is applied to her face.
If you'd like to read what I believe is a new look at Davis' career and her major work during her halcyon days, I'd recommend David Thomson's Bette Davis.
Britain's three-time Wimbledon winner included Bette Davis and Jean Harlow among his conquests.
Stars included Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Spencer Tracy, Joan Crawford, John Wayne, Bette Davis and Betty Grable.
The love of Crawford's life was Clark Gable, her feuds with rival actresses including Bette Davis are the stuff of silver screen legend, and her ambitions were fierce.
Apparently, Olivia was unable to attend a tribute to her late co-star Bette Davis, so Joan accepted the invitation, only for Olivia to change her mind and Joan then to drop out.
The body of screen legend Bette Davis will be flown back to Los Angeles this week, her attorney said yesterday.
The Girl Who Walked Home Alone: Bette Davis, A Personal Biography is a recommended pick for any collection strong in movie star biographies, especially those which aren't overstocked on Bette Davis coverage's already.
One of the first "fashion don'ts" was the outfit Bette Davis wore to the 1936 ceremony.
Bette Davis ( The Girl Who Walked Home Alone by Charlotte Chandler (Simon and Schuster, pounds 17.
The Bette Davis Collection, Volume Two May 30 (Warner Home Video)
Whereas Dante has the news and gossip from Florence, the Phoebe poets have a vast working knowledge of Jacqueline Susann, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, and Anne Sexton.
He will be presented with the Bette Davis Special Achievement Award at Boston University on September 18.