Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage, 1934.

Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage, 1934.

vintagegal:

Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in publicity photos for Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

harlow-jean:


“Glamour is so mysterious and fragile. It’s a fascination with the unknown. But how is glamour possible now when we know everything there is to know about our celebrities? Now we know what they look like without their clothes, who they’re sleeping with… everything! In my day, I wouldn’t flaunt my ‘bulbs’! They weren’t the biggest, but they weren’t bad! “

—Bette Davis

harlow-jean:

“Glamour is so mysterious and fragile. It’s a fascination with the unknown. But how is glamour possible now when we know everything there is to know about our celebrities? Now we know what they look like without their clothes, who they’re sleeping with… everything! In my day, I wouldn’t flaunt my ‘bulbs’! They weren’t the biggest, but they weren’t bad! “

—Bette Davis

Margo Channing is a star of the theater. She made her first stage appearance at the age of four in Midsummer Night’s Dream. She played a fairy and entered, quite unexpectedly, stark naked. She has been a star ever since. Margo is a great star, a true star. She never was or will be anything less or anything else.


Bette Davis photographed by Ronny Jaques

Bette Davis photographed by Ronny Jaques

hollywoodpixperfect:

Great shot of Bette Davis emoting for a radio program in the 1940s.

hollywoodpixperfect:

Great shot of Bette Davis emoting for a radio program in the 1940s.

trixiedelight:

Happy Birthday Bette Davis!

(April 5, 1908 - October 6, 1989)

Acting should be bigger than life. Scripts should be bigger than life. It should all be bigger than life.

-Bette Davis

tracylord:

Happy Birthday Bette!

↳ (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989)

This became a credo of mine…attempt the impossible in order to improve your work.