Bette Davis 04.05.1908 - 10.06.1989 (81 years old)
Bette Davis is one of Hollywood's most prolific actresses appearing in over 100 films. Starting out on stage, Davis began her film career in 1931 with a small part in Bad Sister. She also had a reputation for being outspoken and for her long-running (and entertaining) feud with Joan Crawford.
Like many of the stars of the time, Davis appeared on several different radio shows sometimes playing the same part on radio that she played in a movie like Dark Victory. Lux Radio Theatre featured Dark Victory in a 1940 broadcast. In addition, like the others, she also appeared on variety shows, comedy show, and various radio plays.
This actor appeared in the following radio shows
|silver theater, the||broken prelude part 1||1938-12-11|
|silver theater, the||broken prelude part 2||1938-12-18|
|screen guild theater, the||can we forget||1939-01-22|
|Lux Radio Theater||lux radio theater (245) dark victory (repeat)||1940-01-08|
|screen guild theater, the||a womans face||1942-04-19|
|Plays For Americans||plays for americans (20) adolf & mrs runyon||1942-06-21|
|command performance||bette davis john charles thomas georgia gibbs||1943-10-16|
|command performance||bette davis jimmy durante artie shaw||1944-06-10|
|mail call||bette davis bing crosby barry fitzgerald jack benny||1945-03-28|
|Lux Radio Theater||lux radio theater (495) mrs skeffington||1945-10-01|
|Lux Radio Theater||lux radio theater (578) a stolen life||1947-08-25|