Bette Joan

Author: Shaun Considine
Publisher: Graymalkin Media
ISBN: 1631681079
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In real life they fought over as many man as they did film roles. The story of these two dueling divas is hilarious, monstrous, and tragic, and Shaun Considine’s account of it is exhaustive, explosive, and unsparing. “Rip-roaring.

Bette Joan And The Others

Author: Collective
Publisher: Cernunnos
ISBN: 9782374950884
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Explained by the best experts of this period, this book celebrates in pictures the golden age of Hollywood.

Bette And Joan The Divine Feud

Author: Shaun Considine
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751559938
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The women worked together only once, in the classic thriller WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?, in which their violent hatred of each other as rival sisters was no act.

Bette Joan

Author: Anton Burge
Publisher: Samuel French Limited
ISBN: 9780573110535
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Then an opportunity came along: to appear together in a new movie called Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? Bette & Joan depicts the two stars, in adjacent dressing rooms, between takes on the set of Baby Jane.

The Marriage Of Bette And Boo

Author: Christopher Durang
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 9780802133656
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Emily: Oh, I forgot them. I'm sorry, Joanie. Joan: Why should I have candles? I
don't have anything else. Margaret: Poor Joanie. Bette: The dough's wet. Don't
eat it, Skippy, it'll make you sick. Emily: It isn't cooked right? Bette: It's wet, it's wet.
You didn't cook it enough. Joan: I don't like cake anyway. Margaret: Poor Joanie.
Bette: Everything's always "poor Joanie." But her baby's going to live. Emily: Oh,
Bette. Joan: Well, maybe we'll both have a miracle. Maybe yours'll live and mine'll

Bette Davis Great Stars

Author: David Thomson
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141931450
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In 1942, as the 41 Oscars were awarded, Bette Davis was still only thirty-four.
She was at her peak, with two Oscars and three more nominations. She had
made forty-six pictures in eleven years, and she was the leading actress in the
movie world (in the same period, Joan Crawford had made twenty-four, Katharine
Hepburn had done nineteen pictures – and Garbo had only nine). Those
numbers are startling and they remind us of the unflagging rate of Bette's energy
– as well as her ...

Joan Crawford

Author: Lawrence J. Quirk
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813144116
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He felt that women in middle age still had ambitions and romantic dreams and
that Joan's own romanticism and desperation as she herself approached fifty
would imbue her performance with added authenticity. Sherman had a somewhat
chunky build and was not exactly handsome, but he was masculine and attractive
in a rough-hewn way. He had already had an affair with Bette Davis when Joan
put the moves on him as they watched a screening of Humoresque; Joan had ...

I Love The Illusion

Author: Charles Tranberg
Publisher: BearManor Media
ISBN: 159393095X
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Joan was every inch a star. In this regard Agnes was closer to Crawford than to
Davis. Joan was also a very capable actress in roles tailored to her persona, but
certainly no Bette Davis — or Agnes Moorehead — in range. After beginning the
picture with some location shooting in Baton Rogue, the Hush . . . Hush cast and
crew returned to Twentieth Century-Fox studios in late May to film interiors.
Confronting Davis again made Crawford nervous. To steady herself, Joan always
had a ...