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Bette couldn't help it that she was the best and told everybody that she was. LOL

Fred Astaire was humble and modest.

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A male movie star with an overblown ego

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Wallace Beery

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49 minutes ago, Princess of Tap said:

Bette couldn't help it that she was the best and told everybody that she was. LOL

Personally I don't consider Bette Davis the best. I do think she was highly effective in certain types of melodrama. But I think there were others far better. Kim Stanley comes to mind.

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Barbara Stanwyck

Next: popular British actress of the late 40s or early 50s

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Patricia Roc

Next: Actress in multiple horror films of the '30s', '40s, or '50s

 

 

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Tallulah Bankhead

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Bendix in Lifeboat (1944)

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Henry O'Neill

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Tallulah Bankhead again.

Next: took a new spouse in his/her 70s

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Peter Lawford

Next:  someone who's death made an impression on you or you remember when it happened

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Princess Diana (though she's not an actress). For actors, I would say River Phoenix.

Next: someone involved in a sex scandal

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Gloria Grahame

Next: I'll repeat Swithin's category that was ignored - Actress in multiple horror films of the '30s', '40s, or '50s

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