Bette

Bette Davis is one of my all time favorite actresses. Most people would choose “All About Eve” as their favorite Bette film, but surprisingly mine is, and has always been, “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane.” I know it’s crazy, because Bette is so scary, old, and just hard to look at, but her character is amazing! Joan Crawford and Bette hated each other, and it’s spectacular to watch them work together. I recently took a tour of old Hollywood, and was lucky enough to see the house in Lincoln Heights where Joan and Bette lived in the film.

Most people do not know that Bette was such a beauty in her youth. I am posting some of my favorite Bette images from her early years. Check out the leopard coat! Those eyes! Wow! Have a great Wednesday! 
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  1. All time favorite actress too and WHBJ is my fave too:) Her eyes were so deep and compelling and her bravery as an actress and true original..ICONIC
    I’ve said it before~ Just love your blog<3

  2. I had no idea that Bette had an accident! She is one of my absolute faves! Juds–we have to go hang out with Scott again soon! Thanks for yesterday! Had a great time as usual and thanks for my Snow White pins! xoxo

  3. Hi Kori,
    I adore this post! So great <3 I loved visiting the house with you on the tour. We have to get back there! Amazing. I love your blog!!!
    xoxo
    Judy

  4. Hiya!
    Did you know that Bette had an accident to her face involving Christmas tree lights when she was a young girl and caused her eyes to bulge slightly? I love the movie Jezebel- it holds such a perfect ending!

    Thanks for following my blog-hope I can keep you interested!Haha

    Rainey

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