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.
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.
Down These Mean Streets gets the party started with her post on one my all time favorite movies, All About Eve ( 1950 )
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films pens a tribute to Bette in Now Voyager ( 1942 )
Poppity Talks Classic Films joins the party with her delightful article on Bette in The Star ( 1952 )
Love Letters To Old Hollywood discovers another Bette film with 1937’s Marked Woman.
Real Weegie Midget Reviews talks about Bette’s performance in Madame Sin ( 1972 )
I Found It At The Movies has arrived with Bette in The Letter ( 1940 )
The Wonderful World of Cinema spotlights Bette in Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )
The Stop Button gives an honest and insightful review of The Scapegoat ( 1959 )
Wolffian Classic Movies Digest pays tribute to his all time favorite actress, Bette Davis.
Caftan Woman embarks on a journey on the Wagon Train with Bette in The Ella Lindstrom Story ( 1959 )
Dubsism discovers the link between Bette Davis and Baseballer, Harmon Killebrew.
Taking Up Room shines the spotlight on one of my personal favorite movies, Dark Victory ( 1939 )
Stars and Letters discusses the on-screen aging of Bette Davis.
Silver Screen Classics talks about Bette’s Oscar winning performance in Dangerous ( 1935 )
The Dream Book Blog taps into Bette’s intense portrayal of Regina Giddens in The Little Foxes ( 1941 )
The Lonely Critic tells us about The Man Who Came To Dinner ( 1942 )
For his first of three posts, Movie Rob reviews Dangerous ( 1935 )
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 )
Vitaphone Dreamer tells us to fasten our seat-belts, because she’s bringing us All About Eve ( 1950 )
Cinematic Scribblings joins Bette and Debbie in The Catered Affair ( 1956 )
Critica Retro also presents Of Human Bondage ( 1934 )
Karavansara visits the twilight years of Bette Davis with The Watcher In the Woods ( 1980 )
Poppity Talks Classic Films introduces us to Mr. Skeffington ( 1944 )
Overture Books and Films analyzes one of Bette’s most underrated films, The Corn Is Green ( 1945 )
Pale Writer joins the party with Bette in Now Voyager ( 1942 )
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 )