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Bette Davis Movies: Danger Ahead

Bette Davis Movies Dangerous Franchot ToneBette Davis movies: TCM schedule on August 14 (image: Bette Davis in 'Dangerous,' with Franchot Tone)

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3:00 AM PARACHUTE JUMPER (1933). Director: Alfred E. Green. Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Bette Davis, Frank McHugh, Claire Dodd, Harold Huber, Leo Carrillo, Thomas E. Jackson, Lyle Talbot, Leon Ames, Stanley Blystone, Reginald Barlow, George Chandler, Walter Brennan, Pat O'Malley, Paul Panzer, Nat Pendleton, Dewey Robinson, Tom Wilson, Sheila Terry. Black and white. 72 min.

4:30 AM THE GIRL FROM 10TH AVENUE (1935). Director: Alfred E. Green. Cast: Bette Davis, Ian Hunter, Colin Clive, Alison Skipworth, John Eldredge, Phillip Reed, Katharine Alexander, Helen Jerome Eddy, Bill Elliott, Edward McWade, André Cheron, Wedgwood Nowell, John Quillan, Mary Treen. Black and white. 69 min.

6:00 AM DANGEROUS (1935). Director: Alfred E. Green. Cast: Bette Davis, Franchot Tone, Margaret Lindsay, Alison Skipworth, John Eldredge, Dick Foran, Walter Walker, Richard Carle, George Irving, Pierre Watkin, Douglas Wood, George Beranger, Pauline Garon, Mary Treen, Sam Rice. Black and white. 79 min.

7:30 AM THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936). Director: Archie Mayo. Cast: Leslie Howard, Bette Davis, Genevieve Tobin, Dick Foran, Humphrey Bogart, Joe Sawyer, Charley Grapewin, Porter Hall, Paul Harvey, Eddie Acuff, John Alexander, Arthur Aylesworth. Black and white. 82 min.

9:00 AM JEZEBEL (1938). Director: William Wyler. Cast: Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, George Brent, Margaret Lindsay, Fay Bainter, Richard Cromwell, Donald Crisp, Henry O'Neill, Spring Byington, John Litel, Gordon Oliver, Janet Shaw, Theresa Harris, Margaret Early, Irving Pichel, Lew Payton, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson, Georges Renavent, Ann Codee, Stuart Holmes, Edward McWade, Charles Middleton. Black and white. 104 min.

11:00 AM THE LETTER (1940). Director: William Wyler. Cast: Bette Davis, Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson, Gale Sondergaard. Black and white. 95 min.

12:45 PM NOW, VOYAGER (1942). Director: Irving Rapper. Cast: Bette Davis, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Gladys Cooper, Ilka Chase, John Loder, Lee Patrick, Bonita Granville, Franklin Pangborn, Katherine Alexander, Mary Wickes, James Rennie, Charles Drake, Yola d'Avril, Claire Du Brey, Elspeth Dudgeon, Lester Matthews, Ian Wolfe. Black and white. 118 min.

2:45 PM WATCH ON THE RHINE (1943). Director: Herman Shumlin. Cast: Bette Davis, Paul Lukas, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Lucile Watson. Black and white. 112 min.

4:45 PM CARSON ON TCM: BETTE DAVIS (2/9/83). (2013). The Tonight Show's Johnny Carson talks with Bette Davis. Color. 9 min.

5:00 PM EX-LADY (1933). Director: Robert Florey. Cast: Bette Davis, Gene Raymond, Frank McHugh, Claire Dodd, Monroe Owsley, Kay Strozzi, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Alphonse Ethier, Bodil Rosing, George Beranger. Black and white. 67 min.

6:15 PM DARK VICTORY (1939). Director: Edmund Goulding. Cast: Bette Davis, George Brent, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Humphrey Bogart, Ronald Reagan, Henry Travers, Cora Witherspoon, Virginia Brissac, Dorothy Peterson, Charles Richman, Herbert Rawlinson, Fay Helm, Stuart Holmes, Frank Mayo, Wedgwood Nowell, Maris Wrixon. Black and white. 104 min.

8:15 PM THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (1941). Director: William Keighley. Cast: Bette Davis, Monty Woolley, Ann Sheridan, Reginald Gardiner, Billie Burke, Richard Travis, Jimmy Durante, Elisabeth Fraser, Grant Mitchell, Mary Wickes, George Barbier, Russell Arms, Edwin Stanley, Charles Drake, John Ridgely, Nanette Vallon, Betty Roadman, Leah Baird, Ernie Adams, Leslie Brooks, Laura Hope Crews, Creighton Hale, Fred Kelsey, Hank Mann, Frank Mayo, Gig Young. Black and white. 113 min.

10:15 PM DICK CAVETT SHOW: BETTE DAVIS (1971). Bette Davis in an interview originally aired November 17, 1971. Color. 62 min.

11:30 PM PAYMENT ON DEMAND (1951). Director: Curtis Bernhardt. Cast: Bette Davis, Barry Sullivan, Jane Cowl, Kent Taylor, Betty Lynn, John Sutton, Frances Dee, Peggie Castle, Otto Kruger, Walter Sande, Brett King, Richard Anderson, Natalie Schafer, Katherine Emery, Lisa Golm, Jay Brooks, Norman Fields, Bess Flowers, Franklyn Farnum, James Griffith, Wilbur Mack, Barry Norton, Moroni Olsen, Arthur Tovey, Frank Wilcox. Black and white. 90 min.

1:15 AM THE NANNY (1965). Director: Seth Holt. Cast: Bette Davis, Wendy Craig, Jill Bennett, James Villiers, William Dix, Pamela Franklin, Jack Watling, Maurice Denham, Alfred Burke, Harry Fowler, Nora Gordon, Sandra Power. Black and white. 93 mins. Letterbox Format.

Bette Davis movie schedule via the TCM website. Franchot Tone and Bette Davis Dangerous photo: Warner Bros.

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