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I found this book at a thrift store and I always loved anything that had to do with Bette Davis. I couldn't get enough of the song "Bette Davis Eyes". Read morePublished 1 month ago by gayle pace
Fans of Bette Davis, film buffs and those interested in the history of film will enjoy Ms. Davis' autobiography, written just a few years before her death. Read morePublished 6 months ago by fruitloop
I was very happy with this purchase. The book was in very good condition and most importantly, it made it here BEFORE Christmas !! Yay!!!thank you!Published 8 months ago by Genevieve Conway
I didn't feel that this was an unbiased portrait of Ms. Davis...though I realize that this is her point of view. I would like to read an objective POV.Published 8 months ago by A. J. Levi
I thought Lucille Ball was a total tyrant, but Bette Davis was nothing more than a narcissistic bully. I've read a lot of bio's and this by far, was the worse. Read morePublished 9 months ago by TERESA
If you are a Bette Davis fan you will enjoy this book. If you are not so familiar with this Hollywood icon you will become a fan before you are finished reading.Published 9 months ago by Lennon
I bought this book because I have always admired Bette Davis' enormous acting talent. This is not a book about all the movies she made nor a “tell-all” about the stars she worked... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Anne