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Bette Davis, 1935


Bette Davis, by Maurice Goldberg from Vanity Fair, February 1935. Scanned from Vanity Fair: Photographs of an Age, 1914-1936.

"Bette Davis is one of the Bright Young People of the cinema, a notable representative of an entirely new type of screen player which has developed in the past two years. it consists of men and women who treat motion pictures as a serious profession and go about it with ambitious diligence, as opposed to the pretty moppets of the past who used to drift into the film after having been crowned Miss Oscawana of 1920 at the Elks Ball."

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