Patricia Cowie Patrick. Tallulah Bankhead: The Darling of the Theater. Writers Consortium Books, 1989.
Tallulah Bankhead. Give My Regards to Broadway.
David Bret. Tallulah Bankhead: A Scandalous Life. Robson Books, 1996.
Diana McLellan. The Girls. New York: St. Martin's Press,
Brendan Gill. Tallulah. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972.
Harold J. Kennedy. No Pickle, No Performance: An Irreverent Theatrical Excursion from Tallulah to Travolta. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1978. ISBN 0385132417
Jeffrey L. Carrier. Tallulah Bankhead: A Bio-Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 1992. ISBN 0313274525
Tallulah Bankhead. Tallulah. 1952.
Byron Lavery. Tallulah Bankhead. Bath, England, UK: Absolute, 1999.
Joel Lobenthal. Tallulah!: The Life and Times of a Leading Lady. New York: Regan Books, 2004. ISBN 0060394358
Eugenia Rawls. Tallulah: A Memory. UAB Press, 1979.
Lee Israel. Miss Tallulah Bankhead. G.K. Hall, 1972.
Dennis Brian. Tallulah, Darling: A Biography of Tallulah Bankhead. New York: Macmillan`, 1980.
Kieren Tunney. Tallulah: Darling of the Gods. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1973.
|Alabama Heritage (USA)||Fall 1998, pg. 2-15, by: Marideth Walker, "Remembering Tallulah"|
|Alabama Magazine (USA)||July 1991, pg. 26-27, by: Dianne Bryars, "Tallulah"|
|Tuscaloosa News (USA)||January 1990, pg. 8B, by: Helen C. Smith, "Tallulah's Chum Cherishes Childhood Memories"|
|Birmingham News (USA)||20 June 1984, pg. 2A, "In Hometown, Tallulah Remembered as a 'Buzzsaw'"|
|Atlanta Constitution (USA)||December 1978, by: Helen C. Smith, "Hurricane Tallulah Swirls in Eugenia Rawls 'Memory'"|
|Variety (USA)||18 December 1968, pg. 53:1, by: Hobe Morrison, "Power Personality Marked Tallulah, Late Star Might Have (with Some Discipline) Been One of All-Time Great Actresses"|
|New York Times (USA)||15 December 1968, pg. 86:1, "Tallulah Bankhead Buried in Maryland"|
|The London Times (UK)||13 December 1968, pg. 10:6, "Tallulah Bankhead"|
|New York Times (USA)||13 December 1968, pg. 1:3, 42:1, "Tallulah Bankhead Dead at 65; Vibrant Stage and Screen Star; Tallulah Bankhead, the Vibrant and Tempestuous Stage and Screen Personality, Dies Here at 65"|
|Moving Picture World (USA)||22 October 1927, pg. 484, "Miss Bankhead in Films"|
|Moving Picture World (USA)||7 September 1918, pg. 1406, "[Tom] Moore's Leading Woman Is an Alabama Bankhead"|
|Picture Play (USA)||January 1933|
|The Stage (USA)||1933, Vol. ?, Iss. ?|
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