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Bette Davis: The Benevolent Volcano

Bette Davis: The Benevolent Volcano(1984)

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Brief Synopsis

A documentary depicting the life and career of one of America's premiere actresses.

Cast & Crew

Anne Baxter Interviewee
Bette Davis Interviewee
Alan Yentob Executive Producer
Dave King Editor
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Release Date:  1984 Production Date: 
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  • Fantastic

    Darleen Kegle 2013-03-15

    A wonderful bit of memory lane. I would love to own a DVD. MORE>

  • Loaded with Footage of Bette Davis

    Ashlye 2009-09-04

    The main reason that bought this documentary is due to the amount of rare footage of Bette Davis that is in it. What I found most interesting were the many... MORE>

  • More Autobiographical than Not

    Officer1802 2009-09-02

    Because there is so much footage of Bette Davis during this biographical documentary, it is more by her rather than about her. That's why I find it to... MORE>