NOW, VOYAGER (1942) #ValentinesDay
“I'll get you. Even if I have to crawl back from my grave to do it!"
A studio publicity still of Bette during filming of WATCH ON THE RHINE. Have you seen the 1943 film?
Turner Classic Movies: TCM's #31DaysOfOscar will feature Oscar-winning and nominated films in alphabetical order.

"A" is for ALL ABOUT EVE (1950).

TCM's 31 Days of Oscar 2017

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“Bette had a magnificent instrument, magnificent body behavior. She was a small woman, but she came into the movie frame with a rush, as if she owned the light and couldn’t wait for the arcs to warm her face.” - Robert Wagner
The first person to accrue 10 Academy Award nominations: Bette Davis.

Which performance is your favorite?
"By the time LIFE magazine put Bette Davis on its cover in January 1939, the 30-year old actress had already... won two Oscars… There was no question that the Massachusetts native was one of the most electrifying movie stars of any era.” - Ben Cosgrove
Bette and her stand-in, Sally Sage, on the set of SPECIAL AGENT (1935).
In her review of DANGEROUS (1935), E. Arnot Robertson wrote:

“I think Bette Davis would probably have been burned as a witch if she had lived two or three hundred years ago. She gives the curious feeling of being charged with power which can find no ordinary outlet.”
Bette was nominated for 3 Golden Globes - her first nomination coming for ALL ABOUT EVE (1950).

In 1974, she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for "outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment."
Happy New Year!
“You either have guts or you haven’t... I found her a worker, not a daydreamer.” - Bette on working with Debbie Reynolds in THE CATERED AFFAIR (1956)
Merry Christmas from all of us at the Bette Davis Estate!
Bette visits Alastair Sim on the set of A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1951).
Bette signs autographs for young fans on set of HUSH...HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE. The film premiered on this day in 1964.
Fasten your seatbelts... ALL ABOUT EVE (1950) is returning to cinemas nationwide. Thank you, Turner Classic Movies: TCM and Fathom Events!

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Get in the holiday spirit! THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1942) airs tonight on Turner Classic Movies: TCM at 8 pm ET!
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Bette Davis Estate!

Photo: Bette carves a turkey for the troops at the Hollywood Canteen (under the watchful eye of Spencer Tracy).
He tried to make love to her... so she shot him. THE LETTER premiered in New York City on November 22, 1940.
“Happiness should never be postponed. Life is the past, the present and the perhaps.” - Bette Davis