THE SECOND ANNUAL BETTE DAVIS BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

Bette get well soon

I can’t believe how fast the time has gone since I first announced this blogathon. These past few months have not been easy for my family due to the death of my aunty on New Years Eve, and because of it I’ve been taking a break from blogging, but now I’m back, and I’m anticipating another successful blogathon dedicated to the inimitable Bette Davis.

During the course of the next few days a plethora of bloggers will be paying tribute to Bette Davis and her illustrious career by writing about all facets of her life. A big thank you to all participants. I look forward to reading all the entries.

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THE SECOND ANNUAL BETTE DAVIS BLOGATHON ENTRIES:

Cinematic Scribblings: In This Our Life ( 1942 )

Love Letters To Old Hollywood: Bette Davis and Errol Flynn

Thoughts All Sorts: All About Eve ( 1950 )

Silver Screenings: Phone Call From A Stranger ( 1952 )

Maddy Loves Her Classic Films: Mr. Skeffington ( 1944 )

 Taking Up Room: Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )

Old Hollywood Films: Bette Davis, and the Hollywood Canteen.

Charlene’s Mostly Classic Movie Reviews: The Whales Of August ( 1987 )

Finding Franchot: Bette Davis and Franchot Tone.

Classic Movie Treasures: Dead Ringer ( 1964 )

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: Deception ( 1946 )

Taking Up Room: Now Voyager ( 1942 )

The Stop Button: The Little Foxes ( 1941 )

Karavansara: Death On The Nile ( 1978 )Death On The Nile ( 1978 )

A Shroud Of Thoughts: Now Voyager ( 1942 )

Christina Wehner: Kid Galahad ( 1937 )

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: Bette, hats and reviews

Goose Pimply All Over: Bette Davis on the Dick Cavett Show.

Life’s Daily Lessons Movie Blog: Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )

Taking Up Room: Bette’s real life involvement with the war effort.

Real Weedgie Midget Reviews: Burnt Offerings ( 1976 )

Whimsically Classic: Whatever Happened To Baby Jane ( 1962 )

Critica Retro: Bette Davis and William Wyler.

The Wonderful World Of Cinema: The Letter ( 1940 )

Pop Culture Reverie: Satan Met A Lady ( 1936 )

The Dream Book Blog: Career vs. Family in All About Eve & The Star.

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37 thoughts on “THE SECOND ANNUAL BETTE DAVIS BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

  1. The Flapper Dame says:

    Hello there! I’m so so sorry but I won’t be able to write up a post afterall- I wasn’t able to view the film 😥 I will see you for the Judy Garland Blogathon! I 1,000% won’t miss that for the world!!!!

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