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  1. El nombre de Davis se puso de moda entre el público más joven cuando la canción de Jackie DeShannon, «Bette Davis Eyes», se convirtió en un éxito mundial gracias a la versión interpretada por Kim Carnes y fue uno de los registros musicales más vendidos de 1981 en los EE. UU., donde se mantuvo en el primer puesto de las listas de música por más de dos meses. [190]

  2. modifier Bette Davis [ˈ b ɛ t i ˈ d e ɪ v ɪ s] , née Ruth Elizabeth Davis le 5 avril 1908 à Lowell (Massachusetts) et morte le 6 octobre 1989 à Neuilly-sur-Seine , est une actrice américaine , renommée pour sa forte personnalité et son talent artistique exprimé au cours d'une carrière longue de six décennies et composée de plus d'une centaine de films. Fondatrice du Hollywood ...

  3. › wiki › Bette_DavisBette Davis - Wikipedia

    Carriera. Bette Davis esordì a Broadway, per poi approdare a Hollywood nei primi anni trenta.Nel 1934, grazie alla sua interpretazione nel film Schiavo d'amore, riuscì a imporsi come stella di prima grandezza fino alla prima metà degli anni quaranta.

  4. Bette worked in the later 1980s in films and TV, even though a stroke had impaired her appearance and mobility. She wrote a book, "This 'N That", during her recovery from the stroke. Her last book was "Bette Davis, The Lonely Life", issued in paperback in 1990. It included an update from 1962 to 1989. She wrote the last chapter in San Sebastian ...

  5. 18/09/2017 · Assistant: Bettie Davis never got over daughter’s betrayal. Fox411: Kathryn Sermak, who served as Bettie Davis' personal assistant from 1979 until her death in 1989, says that her daughter ...

  6. Credit to Bette Davis—you couldn’t keep her down. Even during these tough times, she hustled. She became the first woman to run the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (better known as the people who give out Oscars). However, in a classic Bette Davis move, she quit when the rest of the committee didn’t follow her orders.

  7. The first child of Harlow and Ruth Davis, Bette experienced her parents as opposites. Her father, a lawyer, ate at a separate table and had little to do with his two daughters. Bette's mother infused her with her own theatrical dreams and took a job as a cleaning woman to send Bette and sister Barbara to a New England boarding school.

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