Saturday, December 23, 2006


This Day in Hollywood History

On this day in 1930, Bette Davis arrives in Hollywood to start making movies under her contract with Universal Studios. The studio gofer told to meet her at the train station can't find her. When he is asked to explain how he could have failed to meet her, he says, "There was no one remotely resembling an actress coming off of that train." Ouch.

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