Me and Jezebel: when Bette Davis came for dinner-- and stayed-- and stayed-- and stayed-- and--

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Berkley Books, May 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 244 pages
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In 1985, Bette Davis came to dinner at a star-struck fan's home. Four weeks later--due to a hotel strike--she was still there. Fuller offers a warm, candidly funny account of trying to please the irascible queen of Hollywood in so adverse a condition as ordinary life.

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When a major celebrity dies it's only natural to expect tell-all biographies. However, this particular effort is truly the last straw in the "I-knew-her-when'' genre. If a fan can write a bio of a ... Read full review


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Elizabeth Fuller lives in New Zealand.

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