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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Halloween movies that aren’t scary for the scaredy-cats who hate scary movies

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Halloween movies that aren’t scary for the scaredy-cats who hate scary movies
BY REBECCA DZIDA
OCTOBER 16, 2017

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Want to have a Halloween movie night, but don’t want to be afraid of the dark? Here is a list of Halloween movies that aren’t scary.

They won’t make you flinch at every creak in your house or cry yourself to sleep. No horror films, no slashers, no thrillers. Just pure fun, spooky, Halloween glee.

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What happens when a virgin lights the black-flame candle on Halloween night? Well, you might just wake up Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy as the Sanderson sisters. The three witches need to suck the lives out of little children to stay young and beautiful forever. Oh, and they sing a great rendition of “I Put a Spell on You.” The definitive Halloween movie, and the greatest of all time. Read More

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Thursday, August 31, 2017

(On Woody Allen and maybe starring in one of his films) “Well, you know, he never calls, he never writes … I dropped a few hints, but I don’t know.

(On Woody Allen and maybe starring in one of his films) “Well, you know, he never calls, he never writes … I dropped a few hints, but I don’t know. I thought he liked me. I thought he enjoyed it. [Woody’s agent] Sam Cohn called me and said he thought Scenes From a Mall was the best thing he’d ever seen me do and he was sure it would be a big hit, and he sounded genuine. He had no reason to lie. He thought we were fabulous together. And I thought, “Golly, I hope I get to do it again.”‘ (1991, Movieline) – Bette Midler Read More

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Thursday, May 25, 2017

“You have to make some peace with yourself and find a really good photographer. That helps” (Biography Channel Interview 2004)

“You have to make some peace with yourself and find a really good photographer. That helps” (Biography Channel Interview 2004)

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

BetteBack August 27, 1974: Bette Midler Makes The Who’s Who Edition

Mckinney Daily Courier
August 27, 1974

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Ray Roberts of McKinney along with 199th District Judge Tom Ryan and Ray A. McCord of Frisco will be featured in the Thirty Eighth Edition of WHO’S WHO IN AMERICA published by Marquis Who’s Who, Inc.

Sharing first time listings as biographees in the new edition are such notables as Norman Lear and Bud Yorkin (producers of the “All in the F a m ily ,” “M a u d e ,” and ^Sanford and Son” television p ro g ra m s ); p la y w rig h t (THAT CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON) Jason Miller; Martha Mitchell; Margaret Truman, (daughter of the late President and author of HARRY S. Truman; poet Nikki Giovanni; Cicely Tyson (Emmy Award – winning actress and Oscar nominee); (Cloris Leachman (Oscar and Emmy Award-winning actress); Billy Jean King (tennis champion); and Bette Midler (popular singer), among many others. Read More

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

BetteBack August 8, 1974: Fashion – Girls Look Like A Woman

El Paso Herald Post
August 8, 1974

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The common denominator for a variety of new fashions from high-styled Adolfo to funky Bette Midler is that “they all make a girl look like a woman.” There is even a revival, in the most recent showings, of big hats, four-inch heels and white gloves.

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Monday, September 26, 2016

BetteBack April 4, 1997: New York Daily News – That Old Feeling

New York Daily News
Byline: Bob Strauss
April 4, 1997

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That Old Feeling” is uncontrolled, inconsiderate lust. Refreshingly so, in this often funny, sometimes stumbling farce. With Bette Midler blasting away at her larger-than-life best and supporting players who aren’t afraid to look like fools, the movie surfs over credulity gaps and structural bumps on waves of raucous laughter.

Leslie Dixon, who wrote Midler’s similarly amusing “Outrageous Fortune,” came up with the ultimate adult child’s nightmare here. Two divorced parents, individually embarrassing but utterly mortifying when they get together and start fighting, ruin your wedding – not with an argument (though they do that, too), but with a suddenly rekindled passion for each other. Read More

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