Bette Davis is recognised as one of the greatest female stars of all time. With more than 100 acting roles to her name, including a commendable number of critically acclaimed performances, it is no wonder that she was the first woman to ever be granted a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute.
This unique CD audiobook from the BBC collates an array of interviews spanning between 1958 and 1967. These in-depth and often very personal retrospectives reveal in this incredible woman’s own words an account of a Hollywood star’s life, including her first-hand experiences of visiting England and her personal struggle against the film industry to maintain her own identity.
BBC Archive Voices audiobooks chronicle interviews with some of the most important figures in entertainment history and provide fascinating first-hand accounts from the legends themselves. This assortment of interviews from Bette Davis gives listeners a glowing understanding of the life and career of a star.
This extraordinary compilation, also available as an MP3 audiobook, is an absolute must for all those interested in the life of an eminent female figure whose imprint on cinematic history will forever be as indelible as her handprints immortalised on Hollywood Boulevard.
Sound quality has potential to vary as a result of age and nature of material.