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The Definitive DVD about the Divine Miss M
Bette Midler has won GRAMMY Awards, Academy Award nominations, Emmy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, a Tony Award, but the true and complete story of her life has never been told, until now.
Full of revealing interviews with Bette Midler and her closest friends and associates, The Divine Bette Midler offers an extraordinary and intimate look at Bette's amazing creative and personal journey, from being the only Jewish kid in her neighborhood in Hawaii to reaching superstar status in almost all areas of show business. This revealing account of her life, which premiered as an A&E Biography in 2004, is a must for the Divine Miss M's many fans.
* Two complete performances: "From A Distance" (1997) and "Do You Wanna Dance?" (1977)
* Deleted Scenes
* Expanded Interviews
The Divine Miss M in a great biography with great never before seen footege!!!!Published 14 months ago by Federico Diaz Alberdi
Love her , love her, love her, cannot get enough, hope she plans to visit us in Australia again very soon.Published 22 months ago by Joanne Keyt
Bette Milder's Life story as an artist, Good story of Bette, but no Bette Milder singing in a show of hers.Published on December 11, 2012 by Buce P Pignon
Much too much discussion and far too little singing. Only two songs were actually performed: "From a Distance" and "Do You Want to Dance? Read morePublished on November 12, 2007 by D. MCGUE
I have attended Bette's shows and I thought the DVD would be like that, instead it was biographical, which I did not expect.Published on March 24, 2007 by Calvin Tom
This dvd is a must-have, even for those fans such as myself who have avidly followed Bette Midler's life & work. Read morePublished on August 20, 2006 by Philip J. Sparnon
This is a comprehensive look at the career of the Divine Miss M! Great interviews with personalities who know her best and Bette talks about her life and work. Read morePublished on August 18, 2005 by Jeffrey Hill