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Bette Davis Posters – MovieActors.com

Davis' Home

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Davis was real; no, she was more than real, she was tangible. It was said that she once told a reporter that the only reason that she worked so hard was that there were so few real actresses in film. She knew she wasn't pretty, yet people adored her. There are even songs written about this dynamic diva! "Until you're known in my profession as a monster, you're not a star," she once said, which showed that for Davis, stardom was a "protracted war".

And the public loved her for it. She was nothing short of a box office hit, delivering one blockbuster after another, throughout the thirties and forties. As of 1948, she became the highest paid "star" in Hollywood. She was known for her anti-heroism, and her intensity; being an inspired woman to walk the fine line. Men loved her, having a passionate dream to tame her; unlikely. In such performances like that of "Of Human Bondage" (1934),"Jezebel" (1938), "The Letter" (1940), and "In This Our Life" (1942), we see that no one is as good as Bette when she plays bad.

But they seemed to have missed the point, which she clearly stated, in 1950's "All About Eve", that her characters were about strength. She received her eighth out of ten Oscar nominations for that film, and it seemed as if Davis had found her niche. She had the will to inspire and inspire she did, especially with one of her last credited films, 1942's "Now, Voyager". 

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Bette with Spencer Tracy

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Bette Davis Quotes...

"A sure way to lose happiness, I found, is to want it at the expense of everything else."

"An affair now and then is good for a marriage. It adds spice, stops it from getting boring... I ought to know."

"Attempt the impossible in order to improve your work."

"Everybody has a heart. Except some people."

"I sent my flowers across the hall to Mrs Nixon but her husband remembered what a Democrat I am and sent them back."

"I'd luv to kiss ya, but I just washed my hair."

"It is my last wish to be buried sitting up."

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Bette Davis Interviews...

Bette Davis tells Newsweek Magazine All About Eve ... WATCH VIDEO

Davis Interview by Barbara Walters Pt1 ... VIDEO - PART 1

Bette Interview by Barbara Walters Pt#2 ... VIDEO - PART 2

Meeting Miss Davis by Jim Emerson ... DAVIS INTERVIEW

Interview with Bette and Joan Crawford ... INTERVIEW

Bette Davis takes aim in lost interview ... BETTE'S INTERVIEW

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Bette Davis in
"Of Human Bondage" (1934)

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"The Private Lives of
Elizabeth and Essex"(1939)

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Bette with Monroe in "All About Eve"

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