Bette Davis


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Noun1.Bette Davis - United States film actress (1908-1989)Bette Davis - United States film actress (1908-1989)
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Veteran actress Late Bette Davis claimed the second spot, while 'The Godfather' star Marlon Brando clinched the third rank.
The director of 'Feud' on writing a fan letter to Bette Davis when he was only 10, then eventually meeting the screen icon in person) Bette Davis reminded me so much of my grandmother, who raised me.
Feud: Bette and Joan is a riveting eight-part series about the legendary rivalry between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in the 1960s.
Bette Davis struggles to drag the dead weight of Joan Crawford off the bed The hatred between the sisters seemed to mirror the arch rivalry between the Hollywood grand dames
It was the clash of the Hollywood divas when Bette Davis and Joan Crawford appeared in horror thriller Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?
That's young, luscious Bette Davis flirting with a wildly startled Richard Barthlemess in 1932's "The Cabin in the Cotton.
The stage play was a magnificent two-hander about the bitter rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during the filming of the creepy classic Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?
It shows stock photos of Bette Davis, John Lennon and Carolyn "Morticia Addams" Jones (also labeled as Bette Davis) along with the traditional "Lorem Ipsum" Latin placeholder text.
Greta Scacchi takes on the role of Bette Davis while Anita Dobson plays Joan Crawford in the West End hit Bette And Joan, which is now on tour.
When he asked her what female star she would include, Streep advanced the name of Bette Davis.
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.