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NOW, VOYAGER (1942) Academy Award Winner* A mother-dominated ugly duckling turned swan discovers independence – and love. Grab the moon, the stars and a shining Bette Davis in one of Hollywood’s most tender and touching screen romances. DARK VICTORY (1939) “Davis is enchanted and enchanting,” The New York Times’ Frank S. Nugent wrote, in her signature role as a spoiled society girl facing terminal illness – and a last chance to give her life meaning. OLD ACQUAINTANCE (1943) Davis and Miriam Hopkins’s friendship is a 20-year balancing act of handholding, backstabbing and femme fireworks. “Splendid battle of the wild cats, with two stars fighting their way through a plush production”(Halliwell’s Film Guide). JEZEBEL (1938) Winner of 2 Academy Awards* As a manipulative New Orleans belle, Davis sows a tempest and reaps a whirlwind in a fiery antebellum classic, winning an Oscar for her work. Henry Fonda and George Brent co-star; William Wyler directs.
The best of Bette Davis! Wasn't familiar with Old Acquaintance. Davis does respectable performance with the weak material she was given.Published 16 days ago by Joanne McConnell
An absolute must have for ANY fan of the legendary Miss Bette Davis... or anyone else for that matter! This set includes four of her most iconic and unforgettable roles. Read morePublished 28 days ago by WWEfan
Dark Victory and Jezebel both had scratches that stopped the play & you had to skip ahead, Old Acquaintance was also scratched & would not play at all, Now Voyager was scratched... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lan Patterson
4 individual discs with 4 different movies. Bought as a gift for daughter. She enjoyed the movies very much. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Darlah F.