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  1. Bette Davis: Larger than Life by Richard Schickel, George Perry, 2009-10-06
  2. Dark Victory: The Life of Bette Davis by Ed Sikov, 2008-09-30
  3. The Girl Who Walked Home Alone: Bette Davis - A Personal Biography (Softcover) (Applause Books) by Chandler C, 2007-03-01
  4. This 'n' That by Bette Davis, Michael Herskowitz, 1988-03-01
  5. The Lonely Life by Bette Davis, 1990-11-01
  6. Bette Davis: A Biography in Photographs by Christopher Nickens, 1985-01
  7. Complete Films of Bette Davis by Gene Ringgold, 1985-11-28
  8. Mother Goddam: Story of the Career of Bette Davis by Whitney Stine, 1988-08-18
  9. The Lonely Life: an Autobiography by Bette Davis, 1962
  10. Bette Davis: A Biography by Barbara Leaming, 2003-08-01
  11. Fasten Your Seat Belts: The Passionate Life of Bette Davis by Lawrence J. Quirk, 1990-12-04
  12. Bette Davis by Roy Moseley, 2003-08
  13. Bette Davis (Great Stars) by David Thomson, 2010-01-05
  14. Bette Davis: A Celebration (Applause Legends Series) by Alexander Walker, 2000-04-01

1. :: The Official Web Site, The Official Web site, includes information on her career and personal life.
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Film diva Bette Davis becomes the 14th inductee into the Legends of Hollywood series on the 100th anniversary of the year of her birth. A consummate actress with a magnetic screen presence, Davis (1908-1989) played a wide variety of powerful and complex roles during her six-decade career. Her riveting performances, acclaimed by critics and fans alike, resulted in 10 Academy Award nominations for best actress; she won twice for her starring roles in Dangerous (1935) and Jezebel (1938). Artist Michael Deas of Brooklyn Heights, NY, based his painting for the stamp on a black-and-white still of Davis made during the filming of All About Eve (1950). The selvage, or margin, photograph is a black-and-white still from Jezebel. Deas worked under the direction of Richard Scheaff of Scottsdale, AZ.
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The Official Web Site of Bette Davis has everything you want to know about this silver screen legend. Read her biography and learn about this talented and fiery actress. Browse the photo gallery for pictures of Bette on and off the screen! Click here for more!

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Davis appeared in Dangerous (1935) as a troubled actress and received very good reviews. E. Arnot Robertson wrote in Picture Post, I think Bette Davis
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from the Now, Voyager film trailer, 1942. Birth name Ruth Elizabeth Davis Born April 5
Lowell, Massachusetts
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France Years active Spouse(s) Harmon Nelson
Arthur Farnsworth

William Grant Sherry

Gary Merrill
Awards Academy Awards Best Actress

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1986 Life Time Achievement Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress - Miniseries/Movie
Strangers: The Story of a Mother and Daughter
Golden Globe Awards ... Cecil B. DeMille Award 1974 Lifetime Achievement Other Awards NYFCC Award for Best Actress All About Eve Best Actress Award Cannes Film Festival ...
AFI Life Achievement Award 1977 Lifetime Achievement
For the singer, see Betty Davis . For the meteorologist, see Betty Davis (meteorologist)
Ruth Elizabeth "Bette" Davis April 5 October 6 ) was a two-time Academy Award -winning American actress of film television and theatre . Noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic characters, she was highly regarded for her performances in a range of film genres , from contemporary crime melodramas to historical and period films and occasional comedies , though her greatest successes were romantic dramas After appearing in Broadway plays, Davis moved to

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4. Bette Davis
Bette Davis was a strongwilled, independent personality and a unique, powerful star. Large eyes, clipped New England diction, and distinctive mannerisms
Bette Davis
Biography from Baseline's Encyclopedia of Film Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Bette Davis was a strong-willed, independent personality and a unique, powerful star. Large eyes, clipped New England diction, and distinctive mannerisms including extravagant cigarette smoking engendered frequent imitation. She made some 100 films, for which she received 10 Academy Award nominations, winning best actress twice. Davis's parents divorced when she was 7 and she was raised by her mother, who encouraged her interest in acting by taking her to New York in 1928. Rejected for Eva Le Gallienne's acting classes, Davis joined a stock company in Rochester, New York, where after a few months she was dismissed by director George Cukor. She made her New York acting debut in 1929 at the Provincetown Playhouse, in Virgil Geddes's The Earth Between . Her excellent reviews led to parts in other successes, including her first Broadway hit, Broken Dishes , at the age of 21. Universal Pictures signed her to a contract and in 1930 Davis and her mother went to Hollywood. Her first film was BAD SISTER (1931), which also featured Humphrey Bogart. Appearances in five more lackluster films discouraged the young actress, until George Arliss, who was to remain her mentor, persuaded Warner Bros. to hire her to play opposite him in THE MAN WHO PLAYED GOD (1932). It proved to be her breakthrough film. Warner Bros. then signed her to a longterm contract, beginning her stormy relationship with a studio more accustomed to promoting its tough male stars.

5. Bette Davis
Bette Davis was one of the mosthonored actresses in film history, and is often described as The First Lady of the American Screen.
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Bette Davis was one of the most-honored actresses in film history, and is often described as "The First Lady of the American Screen." After taking acting classes in New York City, where she was a classmate of Lucille Ball, Davis made her stage debut in "The Earth Between" in 1923, and first appeared on Broadway in "Broken Dishes" in 1929. Davis came to Hollywood and made her film debut in "Bad Sister" (1931), which also featured a young actor named Humphrey Bogart. After seeing her performance, Universal studios chief Carl Laemmle said Davis "has about as much sex appeal as Slim Summerville" a lanky comedian who also appeared in the film. But the strong-willed Davis persisted, leaving Universal to work for Warner Bros. After a series of powerful performances in "The Man Who Played God" (1932), "20,000 Years in Sing Sing" (1932), "Three on a Match" (1932), "Cabin in the Cotton" (1932) and "Ex-Lady" (1933), Davis received the first of her 11 Academy Award nominations for Best Actress for her performance in "Of Human Bondage" (1934). Davis won the award for "Dangerous" (1935) and "Jezebel" (1938). After these successes, as well as her acclaimed performance in "The Petrified Forest" (1936), Davis began to demand more substantial roles. When Warner Bros. didn't provide suitable material, Davis refused a role and threatened to work in Europe, even though she was still under contract at the studio. Davis, who was gaining a reputation as a difficult and temperamental actress, unsuccessfully sued Warner Bros. to break her contract. But, in the end, the studio began to offer her better parts in better films.

6. Bette Davis
Bette Davis. Birth name. Ruth Elizabeth Davis. Date of birth (location). 5 April 1908, Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. Date of death (details)
Bette Davis
Birth name
Ruth Elizabeth Davis
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5 April
Lowell, Massachusetts, USA
Date of death (details)
6 October
Paris, France. (breast cancer)

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  • Wicked Stepmother (1989) .... Miranda Whales of August, The (1987) .... Libby Strong As Summers Die (1986) (TV) .... Hannah Loftin Directed by William Wyler (1986) .... Herself Murder with Mirrors (1985) (TV) .... Carrie Louise Serrocold
    ... aka Agatha Christie's 'Murder with Mirrors' (1985) (TV) Right of Way (1983) (TV) .... Mimi Dwyer Little Gloria... Happy at Last (1982) (TV) .... Alice Vanderbilt Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982) (uncredited) (archive footage)
    ... aka Dead Men Wear No Plaid (1982) Piano for Mrs. Cimino, A (1982) (TV) .... Esther McDonald Cimino 10th American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Frank Capra, The (1982) (TV) Hotel (1982) (TV) .... Laura Trent Family Reunion (1981) (TV) .... Elizabeth Winfield Skyward (1980) (TV) .... Billie Dupree
    ... aka Ron Howard's 'Skyward' (1980) (TV) White Mama (1980) (TV) .... Adele Malone
  • 7. Bette Davis - Wikipedia
    Translate this page Bette Davis war die Tochter eines Rechtsanwalts und einer Fotografin. Sie besuchte mehrere Schauspielschulen. 1929 hatte sie in dem Stück Broken Dishes
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    Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Bette Davis gemeinsam mit Elizabeth Taylor Bette Davis 5. April in Lowell Massachusetts USA 6. Oktober in Neuilly-sur-Seine Frankreich ; eigentlich Ruth Elizabeth Davis ) war eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin.
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    Bette Davis war die Tochter eines Rechtsanwalts und einer Fotografin. Sie besuchte mehrere Schauspielschulen. 1929 hatte sie in dem St¼ck Broken Dishes ihren ersten Broadway -Auftritt. 1930 gab sie ihr Leinwanddeb¼t in Bad Sister . Ihr Vertrag mit den Universal Studios wurde jedoch nach sechs Filmen nicht verl¤ngert, und so wechselte sie zu den Warner-Brothers -Studios. Ihr Durchbruch kam mit dem Film Des Menschen H¶rigkeit (Of Human Bondage) F¼r ihre Leistungen in den Filmen Dangerous (1935) und Jezebel (1938) erhielt sie den Oscar als beste Schauspielerin und wurde acht weitere Male nominiert. 1942 war Bette Davis die h¶chstbezahlte Frau in den USA . Sie half w¤hrend des Zweiten Weltkrieges, die Hollywood Canteen zu organisieren, wof¼r sie 1980 mit der

    8. Kennedy Center: Biographical Information For Bette Davis
    Bette Davis (actress, born April 5, 1908, Lowell, MA; died October 6, 1989) Often referred to as The First Lady of the American Screen, Bette Davis was

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    Translate this page Bette Davis, nome artístico de Ruth Elizabeth Davis, (Lowell, Massachussets, 5 de Abril de 1908 — Neuilly, 6 de outubro de 1989) foi uma atriz
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    Ir para: navega§£o pesquisa A atriz norte americana Bette Davis no filme "A Estranha Passageira" de Bette Davis nome art­stico de Ruth Elizabeth Davis Lowell Massachussets 5 de Abril de Neuilly 6 de outubro de ) foi uma atriz norte-americana de cinema, televis£o e teatro. Ap³s alguns anos trabalhando no teatro, Davis mudou-se para Hollywood em , onde interpretou pap©is menores em cinco filmes da produtora Universal Studios . Em , por influªncia do ator veterano George Arliss, seu antigo professor de interpreta§£o, ela foi contratada pela Warner Bros. , onde permaneceu at© 1950, tornando-se uma das mais populares atrizes da ©poca. Primeira atriz a receber dez indica§µes ao Oscar, Davis foi vencedora de duas estatuetas, por "Perigosa" (1935) e Jezebel (1938). Ao lado do ator John Garfield, fundou e comandou a Hollywood Canteen , que angariava fundos e entretia soldados norte-americanos durante a 2ª Guerra Mundial. Davis foi a primeira mulher a presidir a Academia de Artes e Ciªncias Cinematogr¡ficas

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    Actress All About Eve. Ruth Elizabeth davis was born April 5, 1908, in Lowell, Massachusetts Visit IMDb for Photos, Filmography, Discussions, Bio, News,
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    Biography Filmography Awards Article ... THE LITTLE FOXES One of the silver screen's greatest actresses and one of Hollywood's legendary divas, Bette Davis had a reputation in Hollywood for being difficult both on and off the set, but her amazing ten Best Actress Oscar nominations (many of which she earned for playing strong-minded and frequently disagreeable women) as well as the box office success of her films guaranteed that for over six decades in the business, Bette Davis deservedly received the respect she demanded. Bette with Leslie Howard in the film that made her a star, Somerset Maugham's OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934), in which Bette created a sensation as a cockney waitress who ruins a man's life. "You cad! You dirty swine! I never cared for younot once! I was always making a fool of ya. Ya bored me stiff. I hated ya. It made me sick when I had to let ya kiss me. I only did it because you begged meya hounded me and drove me crazy! And after you kissed me, I always used to wipe my mouth. Wipe my mouth!" as Mildred Rogers in OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934) (a .WAV file). "Main Title" (clip) by

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    By Jim Emerson When my former Seattle Times editor called me, a few months after I'd moved to Los Angeles, to say he wanted me to interview Bette Davis, I wasn't as thrilled as I probably should have been. I realized it was a rare opportunity she was giving only three interviews to promote the paperback version of her book about recovering from her stroke but Bette Davis had never been my glass of lemonade. I just never really got the whole Bette-Davis-As-Icon thing. To me, she was a movie star, a part of Hollywood history (I admired the way she took on the studio bosses when they and she were at the peak of their powers), but with the exception of All About Eve (where she really used her movie-star mega-wattage as part of the role), I hadn't regarded her as a great actress. I mean, she was no Barbara Stanwyck, who was equally adept as a screwball comedienne, a tragic heroine, or a femme fatale. But of course, I wasn't about to pass up the opportunity to interview a screen legend; there just weren't that many of them left. I remember thinking it was kind of funny and appropriate that she was living on the outskirts of West Hollywood (in the Century House on Havenhurst), mecca to the gay men who really worshipped her. But why did they? Was she just a camp figurehead because her brittle, melodramatic style of acting hadn't aged well? Or was it that she was Larger Than Life, a tough broad who had survived?

    16. Bette Davis Quotes - The Quotations Page
    bette davis; I am doomed to an eternity of compulsive work. bette davis, The Lonely Life, 1962; I do not regret one professional enemy I have made.
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    Love is not enough. It must be the foundation, the cornerstone - but not the complete structure. It is much too pliable, too yielding.
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    This became a credo of mine...attempt the impossible in order to improve your work.
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    I am doomed to an eternity of compulsive work. No set goal achieved satisfies. Success only breeds a new goal. The golden apple devoured has seeds. It is endless.
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    I do not regret one professional enemy I have made. Any actor who doesn't dare to make an enemy should get out of the business.
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    I was thought to be 'stuck up.' I wasn't. I was just sure of myself. This is and always has been an unforgivable quality to the unsure.
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    17. Bright Lights Film Journal | Bette Davis
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    18. Bette Davis Quotes
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