Betty Davis

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1978. Death on the Nile. Bette Davis as Miss Van Schuyler. Costumes by Anthony Powell. More

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1978. Death on the Nile. Bette Davis as Miss Van Schuyler. Costumes by Anthony Powell. More

Bette Davis. Her answer on the q on growing old ... "Tou can not be a pussy growing old " .. Love that !

Bette Davis. Her answer on the q on growing old ... "Tou can not be a pussy growing old " .. Love that !

The Scariest Psycho Biddies in Cinema

In 1962, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford — during the twilight of their careers — ushered in a new subgenre in film: psycho biddy cinema. Robert Aldrich’s Academy-Award-winning What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? found the grande dames isolated in a…

Cinema Connection--1940s and 1950s Cinema Style Rules the Red Carpet at 2014 Oscars | GlamAmor

Cinema Connection--1940s and 1950s Cinema Style Rules the Red Carpet at 2014 Oscars

Oscars 2014, red carpet style, Old Hollywood glamour

@Bette Davis A true powerhouse and trailblazer for women. Incredibly talented and outspoken. I love the saying on her pillow in this photo! #Old age ain't no place for sissies!

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Classic Stars (@classicfilms101)

The latest Tweets from Classic Stars (@classicfilms101): "The Awful Truth, (1937). https://t.co/OgfG20HQMk"

The Bette Davis Archive

““In 1926, from Lowell, Massachusetts, came Ruth Elizabeth Davis, known as Bette, who was not beautiful, not tall and willowy, who had a tiny voice that couldn’t be heard past the first row of the...