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That Certain Woman: Bette Davis' Greatest Performances

by jsaez
That Certain Woman: Bette Davis' Greatest Performances by jsaez
chronologically: Mildred Rogers, “Of Human Bondage” Joyce Heath, “Dangerous” Mary Dwight Strauber, “Marked Woman” Julie Marsden, “Jezebel” Judith Traherne, “Dark Victory” Charlotte Lovell, “The Old Maid” Queen Elizabeth, “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex” Leslie Crosbie, “The Letter” Regina Giddens, “The Little Foxes” Charlotte Vale, “Now, Voyager” Kit Marlowe, “Old Acquaintance” Fanny Trellis, “Mr. Skeffington” Miss Lilly Moffat, “The Corn Is Green” Margo Channing, “All About Eve” Margaret Elliot, “The Star” Queen Elizabeth, “The Virgin Queen” Baby Jane Hudson, “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” Margaret DeLorca/Edith Phillips,… Read more



chronologically:

Mildred Rogers, “Of Human Bondage”

Joyce Heath, “Dangerous”

Mary Dwight Strauber, “Marked Woman”

Julie Marsden, “Jezebel”

Judith Traherne, “Dark Victory”

Charlotte Lovell, “The Old Maid”

Queen Elizabeth, “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex”

Leslie Crosbie, “The Letter”

Regina Giddens, “The Little Foxes”

Charlotte Vale, “Now, Voyager”

Kit Marlowe, “Old Acquaintance”

Fanny Trellis, “Mr. Skeffington”

Miss Lilly Moffat, “The Corn Is Green”

Margo Channing, “All About Eve”

Margaret Elliot, “The Star”

Queen Elizabeth, “The Virgin Queen”

Baby Jane Hudson, “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?”

Margaret DeLorca/Edith Phillips, “Dead Ringer”

Charlotte Hollis, “Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte”

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