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  1. Does anyone know if Beyond the Forest (1949) starring Bette Davis and Joseph Cotten ever aired on TCM? This was Davis' last picture with Warner Bros., and by all accounts a terrible film, but it does include the infamous line, "What a dump."
  2. I ask this because people don't give it much thought, at least to my knowledge, and I wonder why. It is the performance that made Bette Davis, one of the greastest actresses who ever lived, famous and it showed how downright fearless she was. I don't think any actress of that time would have did what she did in this film. But she's not the only one who makes this film great, in my opinion. Leslie Howard plays the struggling artist whose obsessive love for the cold and apathetic waitress Mildred threatens his career really well and creates a character that I can personally relate to. I think the reason why I love this film is not only the great performances but because of its gritty realism. I highly dislike angsty and dramatic films that end with an overtly happy ending so this one didn't disappoint (spoiler I guess). That's all I have to say about this movie for now. Just wondering here.
  3. This movie will definitely get your heart beating fast! Bette Davis has a small role in "Phone Call from a Stranger," but her performance was, of course, one to remember. It is certainly a movie that will have you thinking about "forgiveness." Nunnally Johnson was truly a great writer! Enjoy the review and be sure to leave a like or comment on the video! I reply to everyone! Little correction...in the review I say it came out in 1953, but it was actually 1952 :3
  4. Here is a site for all the members who have always wanted to see a color photo of Julie's scarlet dress from "Jezebel" : fineartamerica.com . It is as beautiful as I expected .
  5. About time I did a Bette Davis movie review! She's absolutely the best! I'm dying to find a copy of "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex" to compare her performances as Queen Elizabeth I! Plus my man, Flynn, is in that. "The Virgin Queen" started out pretty slow but got better and better as the movie played out. Enjoy the review and please like the video and follow on YouTube if you want to know when my vids come out instantly!
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