September 26, 2013 / Vickie Lester
BETTE DAVIS ON LOCATION – THE BRIDE CAME C.O.D.
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Another movie I love and could watch all day…. “That’s how Eskimos kiss.”
I know some people who worked with Ms. Davis late in her life and she was a pistol — but I think she earned it. What range, from screwball to Somerset Maugham, I’m thinking of a perfectly chilling film, “The Letter. We might have to have a film festival and a series of walks 😉
my heart still love the man I killed”
I must tell you your comment came accompanied by a thunderclap!!! Bette must be listening. Hugs from rainy So. Cal. 😉
Omg!! In that case don’t even mention “In This Our Life” where she plays the evil Stanley Timberlake!
Okay, that one came with a flash and a lightening strike that set off my car alarm… No joke… My, wasn’t she divine? And, they say Streep transforms but she can’t hold a candle to Miss Davis!
Bette was Meryl’s fav you know? She talked about her on a little TCM tribute.
I’ll hustle my bustle over to Youtube and see if I can find it.
Thank you! Meryl on Bette http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCmGmVkY06Q
Jeepers creepers, where did she get those peepers!!
The Perfumed Dandy
She had a collection of the most marvelous sunglasses, or maybe everybody did and she was just photographed more often…
Didn’t Bette do more of everything than anyone else!?!
The Perfumed Dandy
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