Bette & Joan: the divine feud

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E.P. Dutton, Nov 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 451 pages
Born under the same astrological sign, Aries, in the same year, 1908, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford participated in a lifetime feud. Neither was beautiful, though they created the illusion of beauty, and both were ruthless about running the show. Their story is lurid and sensationally satisfying. 32 halftones.

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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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Although the author claims to have researched this book for 14 years, he only interviewed Crawford and Davis each once. Many of the references are rather casually cited by scholarly standards. Given ... Read full review


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