Articles about: Bette Davis

Bette Davis in a wardrobe test for “Now, Voyager”

Bette Davis worked at Warner Brothers appearing in films including The Great Lie, The Little Foxes (for which she loaned out to Samuel Goldwyn Productions for RKO), In This Our Life, and Now, Voyager. She was also heavily involved in the war effort and the creation of the Hollywood Canteen.

Paul Henreid and Bette Davis in “Now, Voyager”

Review: Irving Rapper’s “Now, Voyager,” Starring Bette Davis

Bette Davis stars in this sweeping romantic melodrama from Warner Brothers, based on the novel by Olive Higgins Prouty.
Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson in "Mrs. Miniver"

Review: William Wyler’s “Mrs. Miniver,” Starring Greer Garson

William Wyler’s new film for MGM is a timely testament to London with an outstanding lead performance from Greer Garson.
Olivia de Havilland and Bette Davis in "In This Our Life"

Review: John Huston’s “In This Our Life,” Starring Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland

John Huston’s second film is a far cry from his smashing detective story “The Maltese Falcon”: this new picture is a woefully overacted melodrama.
Host Bob Hope at the 14th Academy Awards

“Valley” Beats “Kane;” Fontaine Wins Sister Rivalry; and More Moments From the 14th Academy...

Last night’s Academy Awards ceremony saw “How Green Was My Valley” steal the show from “Citizen Kane,” along with more upsets and surprises.
The stage at the 13th Academy Awards ceremony

The 14th Annual Academy Award Nominees (and Where to Watch Them)

The Academy has announced the nominees for their annual awards ceremony, to take place this year on February 26.

The Top Five Films of 1941

Editor-in-Chief Wesley Emblidge picks his five favorite films from the past year of movies.
Monty Woolley, Bette Davis and Ann Sheridan in "The Man Who Came to Dinner"

Review: William Keighley’s “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” Starring Bette Davis and Monty...

Based on the hit Broadway play of the same name, “The Man Who Came to Dinner” is a theatrical comedy that takes a humorous and satirical look at Hollywood personalities.
Bette Davis won her first Oscar in 1936 for "Dangerous"

Bette Davis, First Woman Ever Appointed, Resigns as President of Film Academy

In a shocking move, Bette Davis has resigned as president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She was the first woman appointed to the position.
Bette Davis in "The Little Foxes"

Review: William Wyler’s “The Little Foxes,” Starring Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall

Director William Wyler has reunited with star Bette Davis for a third successful collaboration, "The Little Foxes," based on the play by Lillian Hellman.

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