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Queer Icon: The Cult of Bette Davis (2009)

| Documentary | 2009 (USA)
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This documentary examines the many aspects of the gay fascination with Bette Davis, featuring film clips of Bette's most iconic moments, juxtaposed with camp burlesques of her by San ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Bangley ...
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Allan R. Ellenberger ...
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Bernardo Espi ...
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Fernando Feliciano ...
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Bob Grimes ...
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Michael Guillén ...
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Marc Huestis ...
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Matthew Kennedy ...
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Matthew Martin ...
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Gentry McShane ...
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Scott O'Brien ...
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This documentary examines the many aspects of the gay fascination with Bette Davis, featuring film clips of Bette's most iconic moments, juxtaposed with camp burlesques of her by San Francisco actor Matthew Martin and others, including Charles Pierce and Arthur Blake; a profile of Martin highlighting his long identification with Davis; and interviews with fans, entertainers, and gay cultural historians. Written by M. Black

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