Bette Davis in All about Eve. Excellent!

Bette Davis in All about Eve. Excellent!

1962. Publicity for 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?'

1962. Publicity for 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?'

Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Bette Davis // Hair: red - Eyes: blue - Height: 160 cm - Background: English - Nationality: American

Bette Davis // Hair: red - Eyes: blue - Height: 160 cm - Background: English - Nationality: American

Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Now Voyager (1942) This was the favorite movie of America’s most inventive fashion designer, Geoffrey Beene.

Now Voyager (1942) This was the favorite movie of America’s most inventive fashion designer, Geoffrey Beene.

A rare photo of Bette Davis

A rare photo of Bette Davis

Bette Davis in the 1930's.

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Bette Davis in the 1930's.

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

"When I was a girl, in the 60s, I’d come home from school, and I’d turn on the old movie channel, then I’d plump down on the couch with my girlfriends and take lessons from Bette Davis on how to scare the hell out of a man." Meryl Streep on Bette Davis.

"When I was a girl, in the 60s, I’d come home from school, and I’d turn on the old movie channel, then I’d plump down on the couch with my girlfriends and take lessons from Bette Davis on how to scare the hell out of a man." Meryl Streep on Bette Davis.

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