Bette & Joan: The Divine Feud

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Graymalkin Media, Jan 25, 2017 - Biography & Autobiography - 415 pages
This joint biography of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford follows Hollywood's most epic rivalry throughout their careers. They only worked together once, in the classic spine-chiller "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane" and their violent hatred of each other as rival sisters was no act. In real life they fought over as many man as they did film roles. The story of these two dueling divas is hilarious, monstrous, and tragic, and Shaun Considine’s account of it is exhaustive, explosive, and unsparing. “Rip-roaring. A definite ten.” - New York Magazine.

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User Review  - LyndaInOregon - LibraryThing

Deliciously dishy tale of the 40+ year feud between actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Packed full of name-dropping and "insider" information, often self-contradictory but always entertaining ... Read full review

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A scathing bitch fest which makes you scream with delight. A comparison of the lives and careers of two very strong Aries women who had it out for each other. Digs are made, slander cast around and ... Read full review




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