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Beyond the Forest (1949)

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“What a dump.” Bette Davis utters her most famous line in Beyond the Forest.

Beyond the Forest

The film stars the great Bette Davis. In it she plays a restless aging small town doctor's wife who sports not only a Morticia Adams black wig but has an ...

Beyond the Forest

"WHAT A DUMP!" Bette Davis as Rosa Moline in Beyond the Forest 1949.

Beyond the Forest

Beyond the Forest

Bette Davis as Rosa Moline

The Bette Davis Project: Beyond the Forest (1949)

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Davis demands her rights, mainly her right to be heard. Attention must be paid.

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Rosa goes camping (with a capital CAMP) Moose- "The trouble with you, Lew, is you don't get up here often enough." Rosa - "He doesn't do ANYTHING enough!"

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First Impressions

Bette Davis as Rosa Moline in King Vidor's "Beyond The Forest" - 1949

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Pregnant, hair restrained, body covered, and (God forbid) wearing flat shoes; Rosa, now convinced of her ordinariness, is at last brought low.

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Bette Davis on the setof "Beyond The Forest," 1949.Photo by Eugene

Beyond the Forest 1949 - Region 2 PAL import, plays in English without subtitles: Amazon.co.uk: Bette Davis, Jospeh Cotten, David Brian, Ruth Roman, ...

Fantasies vs Murphy's Law as Rosa's dream of Chicago turns into a nightmare

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BEYOND THE FOREST 1949. Rosa Moline is discontented and doesn't care who knows it. Rosa (Bette Davis) is the bored and restless wife of dull-but-decent ...

Beyond the Forest. 1949

In the late 1920s, as a young twenty-something, Bette Davis attended the John Murray Anderson Dramatic School in New York and excelled in her courses.

American Medusa: Bette Davis, "Beyond the Forest", femininity, and Camp by David Greven

It's a fact of life that we invariably have to leave one place and relocate to another in order to find ourselves and discover what it is we really want.

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Davis realized too late that this was a hopeless enterprise. You can sense her desperation to make it all work. That kind of unfiltered tenacity creates ...

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BETTE DAVIS IN BEYOND THE FOREST, 1949 Photo: Warner Bros. 1949

Joseph Cotten as Lewis Moline

Beyond the Forest movie scenes. The film marks Davis' last appearance as a ...

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No one ever had as miserable a time looking for a good time as Rosa Moline

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BETTE DAVIS on ELIZABETH TAYLOR on BETTE DAVIS — 'What a Dump' — Diva on Diva on Diva

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Bette Davis and Joseph Cotten behindthe scenes of "Beyond The Forest." 1949 /

In The Corn Is Green (1945): Despite the studio's suggestion that she play the role as a young woman, Davis (age 37) insisted on aging her appearance to fit ...

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"Rosa...moving easily, freely, every man's admiring eye upon her."

Robert Burks's (Hitchcock's preferred cameraman) brooding b/w cinematography is compelling too. Best of all is Max Steiner's (Dark Victory and Now, ...

Bette Davis with Joan Crawford in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

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David Brian Cast

Now, Voyager: The desire not to desire.

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Beyond the Forest (1949)

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Pancreatic cancer killed Aretha Franklin and scores of other celebs. Why?

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The Petrified Forest

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"What a dump" Bette in Beyond the Forest; a 1949 American film,

Davis with President Ronald Reagan (her co-star in 1939's Dark Victory) in 1987, two years before her death

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American Medusa: Bette Davis, "Beyond the Forest", femininity, and Camp by David Greven

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Bette Davis, Joseph Cottenduring the making of "Beyond The Forest," 1949.