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Bette Davis

Bette Davis 1934

Bette Davis

Born Ruth Elizabeth Davis April 5, 1908, in Lowell, Massachusetts. Died October 6, 1989, in Neuilly, France. Nominated for an Academy Award 5 years in a row, in 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942 and 1943. (Altogether she was nominated 11 times, winning twice). She once said "If Hollywood didn't work out, I was prepared to be the best secretary in the world."

The photo image above is for Of Human Bondage, in which Davis received a "write in" nomination for an academy award for 1934.

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Bette Davis Wash my Hair

1932 - Bette Davis in The Cabin in the Cotton

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All About Eve - Bette Davis

All About Eve - 1950, directed by Joseph Mankiewicz

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Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?

Bette Davis designed her own makeup for the 1962 film produced and directed by Robert Aldrich. Film co-starred Joan Crawford.

Better Davis in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

Bette Davis and Joan Crawford 1962 in the film Whatever Happened to Baby Jane 2

Bette Davis and Joan Crawford 1962 in the film Whatever Happened to Baby Jane 3

Dark Victory Bette Davis

Dark Victory - 1939 melodrama featuring Bette Davis and Melvyn Douglas. Cast also included Humphrey Bogart and Geraldine Fitzgerald.

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