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Bette Davis
1908 - 1989

Bette Davis.spacerBorn Ruth Elizabeth Davis on April 5th. 1908 in Lowell, Massachusetts, she failed her first screen test with Goldwyn but passed with the next for Universal.

Bette Davis.spacerDuring her sixty year career she made over eighty films. She received ten Academy Award nominations, and won Best Actress Oscar twice. In 1977 she became the first woman to receive the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Bette married four times and had three children. She died in Paris, France on October 6th. 1989 from breast cancer. Her body is interred at Forest Lawn, Los Angeles.

Bette Davis.spacerBette Davis.Bette Davis.spacerAlways a gay favourite, Bette Davis. Her ruthless quick wit; her fights with Joan Crawford (both on and off the screen); her mannerisms. They were a godsend to be revered and copied by any young queen trying to impress. Who could bitch better? Would life in the community have been the same without "What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?"??? - I doubt it!


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