(19??). Album: "Miss Bette Davis Sings" (Citadel Records, CT 7030 1976). Tracks include "They're Either Too Young or Too Old," "I've Written A Letter To Daddy," "Loneliness," "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte," "Life Is A Lonely Thing," "Until It's Time For You To Go," "Growing Older, Feeling Younger," "It Can't Be Wrong," "I Wish ...
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Betty Davis | Miss Bette Davis
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[on her character in All About Eve
(1950)] Margo Channing was not a bitch. She was an actress who was getting older and was not too happy about it. And why should she be? Anyone who says that life begins at 40 is full of it. As people get older their bodies begin to decay. They get sick. They forget things. What's good about that?
While touring the talk show circuit to promote What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
(1962), she told one interviewer that when she and Joan Crawford
were first suggested for the leads, Warner studio head Jack L. Warner
replied: "I wouldn't give a plugged nickel for either of those two old broads." Recalling the story, Davis laughed at her own expense. The following day, she reportedly received a ...
Her large, distinctive eyes
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