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Monday, April 17, 2017

Bette Midler On Kevin Dunn’s Departure From The Bette TV Series:

Bette Midler On Kevin Dunn’s Departure From The Bette TV Series: “He didn’t like what he was given to do” and it didn’t make sense to “make him suffer through the contract. He was very unhappy with the material he was given (and) I couldn’t argue with him. I thought he was a terrific husband. I think he’s a wonderful actor. I was lucky to get him the few episodes I had him, but it just wasn’t his cup of tea. He wasn’t happy.” (Chicago Sun-Times. January 17, 2001)

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Bette Midler – Beast of Burden – Brooklyn – Divine Intervention 2015

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BetteBack January 28, 2000: ‘Great’ Bette for a good time

The Boston Herald
January 28, 2000 | Verniere, James

original

Isn’t She Great.”

Rated R. At Copley Place and suburban theaters.

three stars

A kooky labor of love, “Isn’t She Great” confidently sports no question mark in the title and stars the Divine Miss M as Austin Powers’ favorite writer Jacqueline Susann.

Susann, as some may remember if this film is to have any shelf life at all, was the failed actress-turned-best-selling author of the shag-a-licious novels “The Valley of the Dolls,” “The Love Machine” and “Once Is Not Enough.” While she didn’t quite change the face of American publishing with her poodle and Pucci wardrobe and her sex-crazed, pill-popping starlets eager to trade their nubile flesh for movie roles as long as the supply of uppers and downers never ran out, Jacqueline Susann was something else, all right. Read More

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February 17, 1980 – Countdown (Australia)- Molly Meldrum Interview

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BetteBack October 6, 1974: Bette Midler And Paul Simon Team Up For Musical Project

Des Moines Register
October 6, 1974

Bette Midler Los Angeles , CA © Paul Slaughter / Retna Ltd. 1973

Singin” stars Bette Midler and Paul Simon are planning to make some beautiful music together. The pair “is’cutting a single at Atlantic Records’ studio in New York and if it’s a success they may do an album together. Bette Midler is also recording four tunes in Los Angeles.

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