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Favorite Bette Davis Film?

I became a fan of Bette's after watching All About Eve and Dark Victory. I think Dark Victory is by far my favorite film of Bette's.

Started by sadiethompson

26 Apr 28, 2017
Reply by kareng


I have the theory that movie stars today (male and female) don't want to play evil characters on the screen - unless they are in superhero…

Started by diane

9 Dec 14, 2009
Reply by Angel

New Bette Davis Book!

Release: October 5, 2009 “Until you’re known in my profession as a monster, you’re not a star,” Bette Davis once said. Let’s just say in…

Started by sadiethompson

4 Nov 6, 2009
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