Fay Bainter & Bette Davis

Fay Okell Bainter (December 7, 1893 - April 16, 1968) was an American film and stage actress. Ruth Elizabeth Bette Davis (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989) was an American actress of film, television and theater. 5.0/5

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today in 1939 - The 11th Academy Awards were celebrated at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles (for the flicks of 1938). Oscars were doled out for You Can’t Take It with You for Best Picture and Best Director (Frank Capra). Capra, who took home his third Best-Director prize, had won for 1934’s It Happened One Night and 1936’s Mr. Deeds Goes to Town. The Best Actor award was claimed for the second year in a row (Captains Courageous) by Spencer Tracy for Boys Town. Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress awards were presented to Bette Davis and Fay Bainter, respectively, for their performances in Jezebel; while Walter Brennan took home the prized statuette for Best Supporting Actor in Kentucky. These were Davis’ and Brennan’s second Academy Awards; the first for Davis was awarded three years earlier for Dangerous, and Brennan received his first Oscar two years before for Come and Get It. Walt Disney won an honorary Oscar for the film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Mr. Disney actually received on ...
Jezebel is a 1938 American drama film released in 1938 and directed by William Wyler. It stars Bette Davis and Henry Fonda, supported by George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Donald Crisp, Richard Cromwell, and Fay Bainter. The film was adapted by Clements Ripley, Abem Finkel, John Huston and Robert Buckner, from the play by Owen Davis, Sr. The picture tells the story of a headstrong young Southern woman during the Antebellum period whose actions cost her the man she loves. [edit] Plot Spoiled, strong-willed New Orleans belle Julie Marsden (Bette Davis) is engaged to banker Preston 'Pres' Dillard (Henry Fonda). In retaliation for Pres refusing to drop his work and accompany her while she shops for a dress, she orders a brazen red one for the most important ball of the year, one where white dresses for unmarried women are expected. All of Julie's friends are shocked, but no one can convince her to give up her whim. Fonda and Davis At the Olympus ball, every woman on the floor is dressed in white. Pres and Julie' ...
Jezebel [VHS]: Bette Davis won her second Best Actress Oscar for her showcase role in this sumptuous southern c...
Ooh, Bette Davis and Fay Bainter - I'd have to guess at that one. Was it Jezebel?
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