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wow, pure glamour. bette davis.

wow, pure glamour. bette davis.

Bette Davis ... man was she gorgeous!

Bette Davis ... man was she gorgeous!

I have found another wonderful actress! I want all her movies :) #whateverhappenedtobabyjane #allabouteve

20 of the Bitchiest Bette Davis Quotes

I have found another wonderful actress! I want all her movies :) #whateverhappenedtobabyjane #allabouteve

Bette Davis

Bette Davis

Bette Davis, great actress.

Bette Davis, great actress.

Bette Davis // Hair: red - Eyes: blue - Height: 160 cm - Background: English - Nationality: American

Bette Davis // Hair: red - Eyes: blue - Height: 160 cm - Background: English - Nationality: American

Bette Davis – how is her hair done?

Bette Davis – how is her hair done?

Bette Davis. Oooh! Nice lighting and sharp on the eye!

Bette Davis. Oooh! Nice lighting and sharp on the eye!

Bette DAVIS (1908-1989) ***** #2 AFI Top 25 Actresses

In Photos: Bette Davis's Most Glamorous Moments

Bette DAVIS (1908-1989) ***** #2 AFI Top 25 Actresses

Bette Davis, looking glamorous in a stylish 30s-style ensemble.

This Lady Had A Song Written About Her Eyes

Bette Davis, looking glamorous in a stylish 30s-style ensemble.

Bette Davis born Ruth Elizabeth Davis (April 5, 1908 - October 6, 1989) was an American actress.

Bette Davis born Ruth Elizabeth Davis (April 5, 1908 - October 6, 1989) was an American actress.

Bette Davis 1958 bettedavis.net

Bette Davis 1958 bettedavis.net

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

"I felt a certain envy for what i assumed was Marilyn’s more than obvious popularity. Here was a girl who didn’t know what it was like to be lonely. Then i noticed how shy she was, and i think now that she was as lonely as I was. Lonelier. It was something I felt, a deep well of loneliness she was trying to fill." —Bette Davis

Bette Davis, 1971. Photograph by Victor Skrebneski.

Bette Davis, 1971. Photograph by Victor Skrebneski.

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