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Bette Davis


Films to Rent on VHS

Dangerous + Hell's House (1935/32)
Dir. Alfred Green, Howard Higgin
Feat. Bette Davis
Bette Davis in two early roles – her lead performance as a star–turned–alcoholic in DANGEROUS fetching her the first of two Best…
Kid GalahadKid Galahad (1937)
Dir. Michael Curtiz
Feat. Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart
A potent prize–fighting movie with room for some romantic asides and weighty egos.
Little Foxes, TheLittle Foxes, The (1941) Recommended
Dir. William Wyler
Feat. Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall
Masterful period drama adapted from a stageplay by one the great directors. Bette Davis is in brilliant form as Regina, the scheming matron…
Phone Call from a Stranger (1952)
Dir. Jean Negulesco
Feat. Bette Davis
Fine acting, from Bette Davis among others, lifts story of aircrash survivors coming together.
Empty Canvas, TheEmpty Canvas, The (La Noia) (1963)
Dir. Damiano Damiani
Feat. Bette Davis, Horst Buchholz, Catherine Spaak
Unsuccessful painter Buccholz falls for a young model who spurns his love and drives him to both ruin and his overbearing mother. Based on the novel…
Dead RingerDead Ringer (1964) Recommended
Dir. Paul Henreid
Feat. Bette Davis
Enjoyable, high camp star vehicle for Bette Davis who is driven by jealousy to murder her twin sister in order to assume her identity. Bette, of…
Nanny, TheNanny, The (1965)
Dir. Seth Holt
Feat. Bette Davis, Wendy Craig, Jill Bennett
Bette Davis' stoney ambivalence is well employed in this Hammer production as the malevolent/misunderstood minder of a disturbed child who has been…
Anniversary, TheAnniversary, The (1967)
Dir. Roy Thomas Baker
Feat. Bette Davis, Jack Hedley, James Cossins
Bette Davis sinks her fangs into the role of domineering widow, lording it over three spineless sons at her annual get–togethers. While firmly…
Madame SinMadame Sin (1971)
Dir. David Greene
Feat. Bette Davis, Denholm Elliott, Robert Wagner
Criminal mastermind Bette Davis casts her heavily mascaraed eye on nuclear submarines and the like. A cheesy pleasure.

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