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Topic - Bette Davis
The Oscar-nominated actress Joan Lorring has died more than six decades after appearing opposite Bette Davis in the film "The Corn is Green." She was 88.
Sometimes it's better to leave your first childhood crush in the past, or you may spoil lovely memories.
A face that will tease you, and please you and perhaps unease you is coming to the post office next year: It's those Bette Davis eyes.
As Bette Davis said to Robert Wagner when he introduced her to Frank Zappa's progeny, "Who are these people?"
"A Bittersweet Season: Caring for Our Aging Parents _ and Ourselves" (Knopf), by Jane Gross: Decades after screen star Bette Davis famously declared that "growing old is not for sissies," Estelle Gross expanded on the woes of the ailing aged with her lament that people live too long and die too slowly.