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1 Stine, Whitney, with a running commentary by Bette Davis Mother Goddam
NY Hawthorn Books 1974. 
vg+/vg+/sm. mend. tear to dj. Very entertaining career study made lively by Bette's outspoken remarks, (printed in red!). 128 photos & filmog. 2nd print. edition. Binding is 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Davis, Bette Original scene Still from The Golden Arrow
Hollywood First National Pictures. 1936 Original Still Still 
original scene still from a forgotten Bette Davis movie The Golden Arrow. George Brent who co-starred with Davis in many films is also pictured in the still. Light wear, old tape mend to the verso of lthe still. Vg 
Price: 75.00 USD
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3 Sandberg, Carl, Corwin, Norman, Davis, Bette The World of Carl Sandburg
L.A. Gilbert Rich & Assocs. 1959 First Edition Large Paper 
Original 9" x 12" 24pg. souvenir program for "The World Of Carl Sandburg"that Bette Davis and her then husband, Gary Merrill, toured America for about a year. This was more a less a dramatic reading of the poet Carl Sandburg's life and work and featured folk songs, anecdotes and a tribute to Lincoln. I'm assuming that this is from the original Los Angeles production because when it finally came to Broadway in 1960, Merrill was gone, replaced by Leif Ericson who is mainly known as being once married to Frances Farmer. The "play" lasted for only 29 performances. The bright red covers have a small soft corner crease to the bottom corner and minor light soiling. Insides are illustrated with many photos of Bette Davis along with material on Carl Sandburg. Scarce. Vg. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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