When Bette Met Mae

August 201563 minutes
Documentary
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In the fall of 1973, a cocktail party was given by Charles Pollack, a West Hollywood designer, for his house guest Bette Davis and her guest Mae West.

Bette Davis and Mae West come alive to discuss their careers. Using an audio tape made that night and actors to portray them, you are a guest at a party that no one knew about until now. Watch and laugh. The documentary also adds backstory clarification to the topics under discussion, narrated by Sally Kellerman, illuminating the very real impact each woman had not only on film history, but on our culture today.
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Additional Information

Audio Language
English (Stereo)
Subtitles
English
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Run time
63 minutes
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