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Friday, May 19, 2017

Mark Rydell On Bette In The Rose:

Mark Rydell On Bette In The Rose: “Bette’s performance is shattering. She has a very raw sense of the truth. This film is savage. The music is severe. And the look is brutal,” (Plain Dealer, September 17, 1978)

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Bette Midler – Fever – The Today Show 2005

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Friday, May 12, 2017

Bette Midler Talks About The Rose:

Bette Midler Talks About The Rose: “Aside from their self destructiveness, I don’t know what characteristics of Janis, Hendrix, and Morrison will come out in my film role. I think that Janis’s drug addiction and lesbian side were exagerrated. I never got any lesbian vibes from her and I couldn’t finish the book that wrote of them. I looked on her as a warm person, full of life and humor.” (Richmond Times Dispatch, January 20, 1978)

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Monday, May 8, 2017

Bette Midler On What She Might Do After The Rose;

Bette Midler On What She Might Do After The Rose; “I might end up in opera, who knows? I think I’d like to do some version of Salome, a rock and roll version of Salome. I saw a real serious version of it the other day on some cheesy channel. You know the ones you have to fiddle with to get the channel.” (Advocate, November 10, 1977)

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

BetteBack June 14, 1992: Garry Marshall Tells His Star Secrets

The Canberra Times
A director tells his star secret
By LIMINE LEE
June 14, 1992

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GARRY Marshall, who has served as producer of TV showssuch as Happy Days, Laverne &Mtrley and Afork and Mindy and alsodirected movies including Pretty Woman and Frankie and Johnny. says hehas a secret when working with stars.

“I always try to hire an adult to work on a project. Hector Elizondo is one ofmy favourite adults. (Elizondo costarred in Pretty Woman). All of my shows had an adult. Conrad Janis Mork and Mindy, Tom Bosley on Happy Days. Ron Howard was kind of a young adult, he was so experienced. And Bcity Garrett on Laverne & Shirley. They always hold down the fort.” Read More

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