THE FOURTH ANNUAL BETTE DAVIS BLOGATHON HAS ARRIVED

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Today would have been Bette’s 111th birthday. For the occasion, I’m proud to be honoring Bette with a blogathon for the fourth consecutive year.

Bloggers, once you have completed your entries, please submit them on the comments section below or via email, and I will showcase them as soon as I can. Thank you.

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Without further adu, here are the entries for this years Bette Davis Blogathon. This is for you Bette wherever you are. Happy Heavenly Birthday to my favorite actress.

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Down These Mean Streets gets the party started with her post on one my all time favorite movies, All About Eve ( 1950 )

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Maddy Loves Her Classic Films pens a tribute to Bette in Now Voyager ( 1942 )

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Poppity Talks Classic Films joins the party with her delightful article on Bette in The Star ( 1952 )

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Love Letters To Old Hollywood discovers another Bette film with 1937’s Marked Woman.

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Real Weegie Midget Reviews talks about Bette’s performance in Madame Sin ( 1972 )

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I Found It At The Movies has arrived with Bette in The Letter ( 1940 )

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The Wonderful World of Cinema spotlights Bette in Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )

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The Stop Button gives an honest and insightful review of The Scapegoat ( 1959 )

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Wolffian Classic Movies Digest pays tribute to his all time favorite actress, Bette Davis.

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Caftan Woman embarks on a journey on the Wagon Train with Bette in The Ella Lindstrom Story ( 1959 )

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Dubsism discovers the link between Bette Davis and Baseballer, Harmon Killebrew.

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Taking Up Room shines the spotlight on one of my personal favorite movies, Dark Victory ( 1939 )

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Stars and Letters discusses the on-screen aging of Bette Davis.

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Silver Screen Classics talks about Bette’s Oscar winning performance in Dangerous ( 1935 )

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The Dream Book Blog taps into Bette’s intense portrayal of Regina Giddens in The Little Foxes ( 1941 )

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The Lonely Critic tells us about The Man Who Came To Dinner ( 1942 )

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For his first of three posts, Movie Rob reviews Dangerous ( 1935 )

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Movie Rob is back with his second of three posts. This time he tells us about the time Bette collided with Lillian Gish in The Whales of August ( 1987 )

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Vitaphone Dreamer tells us to fasten our seat-belts, because she’s bringing us All About Eve ( 1950 )

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Cinematic Scribblings joins Bette and Debbie in The Catered Affair ( 1956 )

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Critica Retro also presents Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )

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Karavansara visits the twilight years of Bette Davis with The Watcher In the Woods ( 1980 )

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Poppity Talks Classic Films introduces us to Mr. Skeffington ( 1944 )

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Overture Books and Films analyzes one of Bette’s most underrated films, The Corn Is Green ( 1945 )

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Pale Writer joins the party with Bette in Now Voyager ( 1942 )

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Pale Writer has returned with a comparison between A Stolen Life & Dead Ringer.

Screen Dreams has arrived with Bette’s Academy Award winning performance in Jezebel ( 1938 )

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49 thoughts on “THE FOURTH ANNUAL BETTE DAVIS BLOGATHON HAS ARRIVED

  1. Hi Crystal! I’ve been unwell this week 😔I’m so so sorry but may I throw myself on your tender mercies, and get my contribution to you tomorrow? I’ve written about half of it!

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  2. Pingback: The Fourth Bette Davis Blogathon: The Watcher in the Woods (1980) | Karavansara

  3. Pingback: Scenes from a Marriage: The Catered Affair (1956) – Cinematic Scribblings

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