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Victor Sen Yung, Bette Davis, and James Stephenson in a production still for The Letter (1940).

Bette Davis, James Stephenson, and Victor Sen Yung in A Carta

Bette Davis - IMDb

Leslie Howard and Bette Davis in The Petrified Forest 1936

Bette Davis with directors Frank Capra and William Wyler. "The Letter," 1940

Agnes Moorehead, Bette Davis– <em>Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte</em>

Agnes Moorehead & Bette Davis in "Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte"

Bette Davis in "Jezebel"

Bette Davis - Jezebel my fav of her movies

Bette Davis in Jezebel  (William Wyler, 1938) wearing a gown by Orry-Kelly

Bette Davis in Jezebel (William Wyler, 1938) wearing a gown by Orry-Kelly

Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall, "The Letter" [1940].

Herbert Marshall & Bette Davis (The Letter William Wyler. Pictures & Hal B.

Bette Davis in a production still for The Letter (1940).

The Letter 1940 Bette Davis Pictures and Photos

Claude Rains on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more... - Photo Gallery - IMDb

Skeffington Bette Davis and Claude Rains.

Bette Davis Mexico | Bette Davis and Empress Carlota of Mexico

Bette Davis and the real Empress Carlota of Mexico

Bette Davis costume and hair test

Bette Davis costume & hair test - The Letter

James Cagney and Bette Davis on the set if The Bride Came C.O.D, 1940.

James Cagney & Bette Davis/Love this picture, both of my male& female favorite actors.

Bette Davis / The Little Foxes

“The Little Foxes” starring Bette Davis

This Tumblr is dedicated to the amazing and powerful actress, the queen bitch of them all, the one...

The magnificent Bette Davis, long or short hair she always owned the look.

Escena del filme JUAREZ (1939) con Bette Davis  y Brian Aherne en los papeles de Carlota y Maximiliano respectivamente. En esta parte de la película se escucha de fondo una buena versión de LA PALOMA, canción mexicana del siglo XIX que llegó a ser la favorita de la emperatriz Carlota (la de la vida real).

Bette Davis

Bette Davis & Brian Aherne in Juarez

Bette Davis

I imagine Bette Davis is scolding someone for putting their feet on her stage.