Bette Davis filmography

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Bette Davis in a shot from the trailer of Now, Voyager (1942), one of ten films for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

This is a complete filmography of Bette Davis. Davis began acting in films in 1931, initially as a contract player with Universal Studios where she made her film debut in Bad Sister (1931). Davis was initially seen as unappealing by studio executives, and was assigned to a string of B-movies early in her career.

Davis made a transition to Warner Brothers in 1932 and made her breakthrough performance in The Man Who Played God (1932) opposite George Arliss. She continued in a succession of films, but did not gain further recognition until she agreed to star in John Cromwell's adaptation of the W. Somerset Maugham's Of Human Bondage (1934) on a loan out to RKO. The role of Mildred Rogers had been rejected by several actresses, but Davis achieved critical acclaim for her performance. Dangerous (1935) became the first time she won an Academy Award for Best Actress.

In 1936, convinced her career would be ruined by appearing in mediocre films, Davis walked out on her Warner Brothers contract and decided to make films in England. Davis explained her viewpoint to a journalist, saying "I knew that, if I continued to appear in any more mediocre pictures, I would have no career left worth fighting for." She eventually settled her disagreements with Warner Brothers, and returned to the studio in 1937. During the time, she was one of the numerous actresses considered for the part of Scarlett O'Hara in David O. Selznick's film version of Gone with the Wind, but she was not tested. Warner Brothers cast her in Jezebel (1938) as a reward for being turned down by Selznick. It was a critical and box office success, and earned her another Best Actress Academy Award.

Davis in the acclaimed melodrama The Little Foxes (1941).

Davis was at the peak of her career in the late 1930s and early-to-mid 1940s, at a time when she was one of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood and turned down parts she found inferior. She received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Dark Victory (1939) and earned acclaim for her performances in The Old Maid (1939) and The Letter (1940). Davis earned acclaim for her portrayal of Elizabeth I of England in The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939) with Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Davis later appeared in the melodrama The Little Foxes (1941) and the comedy film The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942).

One of Davis' biggest, and last, successes at Warner Brothers was Now, Voyager (1942), which earned her another Academy Award nomination, but her career stalled thereafter. Her later films for the studio, including The Corn Is Green (1945) and Deception (1946), did not match the success of her earlier ventures. She turned down leading roles in Mildred Pierce and Possessed—both films eventually went to Joan Crawford. As her popularity waned, Warner Brothers dropped her contract in 1949, and from thereafter on, she occupied a freelance career.

Davis received a career revival in All About Eve (1950) for 20th Century-Fox. She played an aging Broadway star, Margo Channing, who is manipulated by an obsessed fan. The film was one of the biggest hits of 1950 and she was again nominated for an Academy Award, but lost to Judy Holliday. Although Davis earned strong reviews for her performance in The Star (1952), her career waned throughout the remainder of the decade.

Beginning in the 1960s, Davis received yet another revival in popularity. Although her appearance in Pocketful of Miracles (1961) was negatively received, she earned praise for her portrayal of the faded child star, Jane Hudson, in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), which garnered her a final nomination for an Academy Award. She retained a cult status throughout the remainder of her career, and appeared in several other thriller films such as Hush... Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) and The Nanny (1965). She appeared on television later in her career.

Davis agreed to star in the spoof film Wicked Stepmother (1989), although she felt the script was poor. The film was marked with production problems from the beginning, with Davis often quarreling with director Larry Cohen and she withdrew from the film shortly after production began. After 58 years of acting, it became her final film appearance.

Filmography[edit]

1930s[edit]

Year Title Role Director Studio
1931 Bad Sister Laura Madison Hobart Henley Universal
1931 Seed Margaret Carter John M. Stahl Universal
1931 Waterloo Bridge Janet Cronin James Whale Universal
1931 Way Back Home Mary Lucy William A. Seiter RKO
1932 The Menace Peggy Lowell Roy William Neill Columbia
1932 Hell's House Peggy Gardner Howard Higgin B.F. Zeidman Productions Ltd.
1932 The Man Who Played God Grace Blair John G. Adolfi Warner Bros.
1932 So Big! Miss Dallas O'Mara William A. Wellman Warner Bros.
1932 The Rich Are Always with Us Malbro Alfred E. Green First National
1932 The Dark Horse Kay Russell Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1932 The Cabin in the Cotton Madge Norwood Michael Curtiz First National
1932 Three on a Match Ruth Wescott Mervyn LeRoy Warner Bros.
1932 20,000 Years in Sing Sing Fay Wilson Michael Curtiz Warner Bros.
1933 Just Around the Corner
(promotional short for G.E.)
Ginger Warner Bros.
1933 Parachute Jumper Patricia "Alabama" Brent Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1933 The Working Man Jenny Harland (aka Jane Grey) John G. Adolfi Warner Bros.
1933 Bureau of Missing Persons Norma Roberts Roy Del Ruth First National
1933 Ex-Lady Helen Bauer Robert Florey Warner Bros.
1934 The Big Shakedown Norma Nelson John Francis Dillon First National
1934 Fashions of 1934 Lynn Mason William Dieterle Warner Bros.
1934 Jimmy the Gent Miss Joan Martin Michael Curtiz Warner Bros.
1934 Fog Over Frisco Arlene Bradford William Dieterle Warner Bros.
1934 Of Human Bondage Mildred Rogers John Cromwell RKO
1934 Housewife Patricia "Pat" Berkeley Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1935 Bordertown Mrs Marie Roark Archie Mayo Warner Bros.
1935 The Girl from 10th Avenue Miriam A. Brady Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1935 Front Page Woman Ellen Garfield Michael Curtiz Warner Bros.
1935 Special Agent Julie Gardner William Keighley Warner Bros.
1935 Dangerous Joyce Heath Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1936 The Petrified Forest Gabrielle "Gabby" Maple Archie Mayo Warner Bros.
1936 The Golden Arrow Daisy Appleby Alfred E. Green Warner Bros.
1936 Satan Met a Lady Valerie Purvis William Dieterle Warner Bros.
1937 Marked Woman Mary Dwight Strauber Lloyd Bacon Warner Bros.
1937 Kid Galahad Louise "Fluff" Phillips Michael Curtiz Warner Bros.
1937 That Certain Woman Mary Donnell (aka Mrs Al Haines) Edmund Goulding Warner Bros.
1937 It's Love I'm After Joyce Arden Archie Mayo Warner Bros.
1938 Jezebel Julie Marsden William Wyler Warner Bros.
1938 The Sisters Louise Elliott Medlin Anatole Litvak Warner Bros.
1939 Dark Victory Judith Traherne Edmund Goulding Warner Bros.
1939 Juarez Empress Carlotta William Dieterle Warner Bros.
1939 The Old Maid Charlotte Lovell Edmund Goulding Warner Bros.
1939 The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex Elizabeth I of England Michael Curtiz Warner Bros.

1940s[edit]

Year Title Role Director Studio
1940 All This, and Heaven Too Henriette Deluzy-Desportes Anatole Litvak Warner Bros.
1940 The Letter Leslie Crosbie William Wyler Warner Bros.
1941 The Great Lie Maggie Patterson Van Allen Edmund Goulding Warner Bros.
1941 Shining Victory (uncredited cameo role) Nurse Irving Rapper Warner Bros.
1941 The Bride Came C.O.D. Joan Winfield William Keighley Warner Bros.
1941 The Little Foxes Regina Giddens William Wyler RKO
1942 The Man Who Came to Dinner Maggie Cutler William Keighley Warner Bros.
1942 In This Our Life Stanley Timberlake Kingsmill John Huston Warner Bros.
1942 Now, Voyager Charlotte Vale Irving Rapper Warner Bros.
1943 Watch on the Rhine Sara Muller Herman Shumlin Warner Bros.
1943 Thank Your Lucky Stars Herself David Butler Warner Bros.
1943 Old Acquaintance Kit Marlowe Vincent Sherman Warner Bros.
1944 Mr. Skeffington Fanny Trellis Vincent Sherman Warner Bros.
1944 Hollywood Canteen Herself Delmer Daves Warner Bros.
1945 The Corn Is Green Miss Lilly Moffat Irving Rapper Warner Bros.
1946 A Stolen Life Kate and Patricia Bosworth (dual role) Curtis Bernhardt Warner Bros.
1946 Deception Christine Radcliffe Irving Rapper Warner Bros.
1948 Winter Meeting Susan Grieve Bretaigne Windust Warner Bros.
1948 June Bride Linda Gilman Bretaigne Windust Warner Bros.
1949 Beyond the Forest Rosa Moline King Vidor Warner Bros.

1950s[edit]

Year Title Role Director Studio
1950 All About Eve Margo Channing Joseph L. Mankiewicz 20th Century Fox
1951 Payment on Demand Joyce Ramsey Curtis Bernhardt RKO
1951 Another Man's Poison Janet Frobisher Irving Rapper Angel Productions
1952 Phone Call from a Stranger Bianca Carr Jean Negulesco 20th Century Fox
1952 The Star Margaret Elliot Stuart Heisler 20th Century Fox
1955 The Virgin Queen Queen Elizabeth I of England Henry Koster 20th Century Fox
1956 The Catered Affair Agnes Hurley Richard Brooks MGM
1956 Storm Center Alicia Hull Daniel Taradash Columbia
1959 John Paul Jones Catherine the Great John Farrow Warner Bros.
1959 The Scapegoat The Countess Robert Hamer MGM

1960s[edit]

Year Title Role Director Studio
1961 Pocketful of Miracles Apple Annie Frank Capra United Artists
1962 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Baby Jane Hudson Robert Aldrich Seven Arts
1963 The Empty Canvas Dino's mother Damiano Damiani Compagnia Cinematografica Champion
1964 Dead Ringer Margaret De Lorca and Edith Phillips (dual role) Paul Henreid Warner Bros.
1964 Where Love Has Gone Mrs Gerald Hayden Edward Dmytryk Paramount
1964 Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte Charlotte Hollis Robert Aldrich 20th Century Fox
1965 The Nanny The nanny Seth Holt Seven Arts
1968 The Anniversary Mrs Taggart Roy Ward Baker Seven Arts

1970s/1980s[edit]

Year Title Role Director Studio
1970 Connecting Rooms Wanda Fleming Franklin Gollings Hemdale
1971 Bunny O'Hare Bunny O'Hare Gerd Oswald American International
1972 The Scientific Cardplayer The Millionairess Luigi Comencini Dino de Laurentiis
1976 Burnt Offerings Aunt Elizabeth Dan Curtis United Artists
1978 Return from Witch Mountain Letha Wedge John Hough Disney
1978 Death on the Nile Marie Van Schuyler John Guillermin Paramount
1980 The Watcher in the Woods Mrs Aylwood John Hough Disney
1987 The Whales of August Libby Strong Lindsay Anderson Alive Films
1989 Wicked Stepmother Miranda Pierpoint Larry Cohen MGM

Short films appearing as herself[edit]

Year Title Notes
1932 The 42nd Street Special
1935 A Dream Comes True
1936 Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 1
1936 Screen Snapshots Series 15, No. 10
1937 A Day at Santa Anita
1937 Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 8
1938 For Auld Lang Syne
1938 Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 9
1938 Breakdowns of 1938 Outtakes from That Certain Woman and Jezebel
1941 Breakdowns of 1941
1943 The Present with a Future Herself/Mother
1943 Show Business at War
1984 Terror in the Aisles Archival footage

Lux Radio Theatre appearances[edit]

Date Title Other cast members
March 30, 1936 Bought and Paid For
May 17, 1937 Another Language Fred MacMurray, John Beal
February 28, 1938 Forsaking All Others Joel McCrea, Anderson Lawler, Leona Meracol
January 8, 1940 Dark Victory Spencer Tracy
April 21, 1941 The Letter Herbert Marshall, James Stephenson
December 15, 1941 All This and Heaven Too Charles Boyer, Bea Benaderet
March 6, 1944 The Letter Herbert Marshall, Vincent Price
October 1, 1945 Mr. Skeffington
February 11, 1946 Now, Voyager Gregory Peck
August 25, 1947 A Stolen Life Glenn Ford
August 29, 1949 June Bride James Stewart
September 3, 1951 Payment on Demand Barry Sullivan
October 1, 1951 All About Eve Gary Merrill

Television[edit]

1950s[edit]

Year Title Role Director
1952 What's My Line? Herself (Mystery guest) Franklin Heller
1955 The 27th Annual Academy Awards Herself (Presenter: Best Actor) Bill Bennington, Grey Lockwood
1956 The 20th Century Fox Hour
Episode : Crack Up
Marie Hoke Ted Post
1956 Person to Person Herself John Frankenheimer
(assistant director)
1957 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Episode: For Better, For Worse
1957 The Ford Television Theatre
Episode: Footnote on a Doll
Dolley Madison Marc Daniels, Franklin J. Schaffner
1957 General Electric Theater
Episode: With Malice Toward One
Miss Burrows Jules Bricken
1958 Telephone Time
Episode: Stranded
Beatrice Enter Allen H. Miner
1958 Studio 57
Episode: The Starmaker
Allen H. Miner
1958 General Electric Theater
Episode:The Cold Touch
Christine Marlowe
1958 Suspicion
Episode: Fraction of a Second
Mrs Ellis John Brahm
1958 The 30th Annual Academy Awards Herself (Presenter: Honorary Awards) Alan Handley
1958 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show Herself William Asher
1959 Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Episode: Out There — Darkness
Miss Fox Paul Henreid
1959 The DuPont Show with June Allyson
Episode: Dark Morning
Sarah Whitney
1959 Wagon Train
Episode: The Elizabeth McQueeney Story
Elizabeth McQueeney Allen H. Miner
1959 Wagon Train
Episode: The Ella Lindstrom Story
Ella Lindstrom Allen H. Miner
1959 The 31st Annual Academy Awards Herself (Presenter: Best Supporting Actor) Alan Handley

1960s[edit]

Year Title Role Director
1960 What's My Line? Herself (Mystery guest)
1961 Wagon Train
Episode: The Bettina May Story
1962 The Virginian
Episode: The Accomplice
Celia Miller
1962 Here's Hollywood
Episode broadcast October 9
Herself
1962 What's My Line?
Episode broadcast November 11
Herself (Mystery guest)
1962 Here's Hollywood
Episode broadcast December 1
Herself
1962 Tonight Starring Jack Paar
Episode broadcast November 16
Herself
1962 The Andy Williams Show
Episode broadcast December 20
Herself
1963 Perry Mason
Episode: The Case of Constant Doyle
Constant Doyle
1963 The 35th Annual Academy Awards Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role
Presenter: Writing Awards
1963 Reflets de Cannes
Episode broadcast May 16
Herself
1964 The Hollywood Palace
Episode #2.7
Herself
1964 What's My Line?
Episode broadcast March 29
Herself (Mystery guest)
1965 The Hollywood Palace
Episode #2.21
Herself
1965 What's My Line?
Episode broadcast October 24
Herself (Mystery guest)
1965 Bette Davis — Star und Rebellin Herself
1965 I've Got a Secret
Episode broadcast March 1
Herself
1965 The Decorator (unsold pilot) Liz
1966 Gunsmoke
Episode: The Jailer
Etta Stone
1966 The Hollywood Palace
Episode #3.19
Herself
1967 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
Episode #1.4
Herself
1967 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
Episode #1.20
Herself
1967 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
Episode #2.2
Herself
1967 Think Twentieth Herself

1970s[edit]

Year Title Role Director
1970 The Dick Cavett Show
Episode broadcast November 26
Herself
1970 It Takes a Thief
Episode: Touch of Magic
1971 The Dick Cavett Show Herself
1972 The Judge and Jake Wyler (TV movie) Judge Meredith David Lowell Rich
1971 This Is Your Life Herself (Honoree)
1972 Madame Sin (TV movie) Madame Sin David Greene
1972 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Episode broadcast February 14, 1972
Herself
1972 Johnny Carson Presents the Sun City Scandals '72 Herself
1973 Scream, Pretty Peggy (TV movie) Mrs Elliott Gordon Hessler
1973 The Dean Martin Show
Celebrity Roast: Johnny Carson
Herself
1973 The Dean Martin Show
Celebrity Roast: Bette Davis
Herself
1973 ABC's Wide World of Entertainment Hostess of "Warner Bros. Movies: A 50 Year Salute"
1974 Hello Mother, Goodbye! (TV movie)
1974 The 28th Annual Tony Awards Herself (Presenter)
1975 Parkinson
Episode #5.8
Herself
1976 The Mike Douglas Show
Episode broadcast March 19
Herself
1976 V.I.P.-Schaukel
Episode #6.1
Herself
1976 The Disappearance of Aimee (TV movie) Minnie Kennedy Anthony Harvey
1977 Dinah!
Episode broadcast July 20
Herself
1977 The American Film Institute Salute to Bette Davis Herself (Honoree)
1977 Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Gala Herself
1978 The 50th Annual Academy Awards Herself
1978 The American Film Institute Salute to Henry Fonda Herself
1978 The Dark Secret of Harvest Home (miniseries) Widow Fortune Leo Penn
1979 Strangers: The Story of a Mother and Daughter (TV movie) Lucy Mason Milton Katselas

1980s[edit]

Year Title Role Director
1980 White Mama (TV movie) Adele Malone Jackie Cooper
1980 Skyward (TV movie) Billie Dupree Ron Howard
1980 Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours:
Around the World with the Troops – 1941–1972
Herself
1981 Family Reunion (TV movie) Elizabeth Winfield Fielder Cook
1982 A Piano for Mrs. Cimino (TV movie) Esther MacDonald Cimino George Schaefer
1982 Little Gloria... Happy at Last (TV movie) Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt Waris Hussein
1982 All-Star Party for Carol Burnett Herself
1982 The American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra Herself
1982 Night of 100 Stars Herself
1983 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Episode broadcast February 9
Herself
1983 Bette Davis: A Basically Benevolent Volcano Herself
1983 Hotel
Episode:Pilot
Laura Trent
1983 Right of Way (TV movie) Minnie Dwyer George Schaefer
1985 Murder with Mirrors (TV movie) Carrie Louise Serracold Dick Lowry
1985 Étoiles et toiles March 25 Herself
1986 As Summers Die (TV movie) Hannah Loftin Jean-Claude Tramont
1986 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Episode broadcast May 22
Herself
1986 Directed by William Wyler Herself
1986 The 43rd Annual Golden Globe Awards
Episode broadcast February 22
Herself
1986 La Nuit des Césars Herself
1987 The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts Herself
1987 The 59th Annual Academy Awards Herself (Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role)
1988 Larry King Live
Episode broadcast February 24
Herself
1988 De película
Episode broadcast February 22
Herself
1988 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Episode broadcast January 7
Herself

Awards and nominations[edit]

Competitive awards[edit]

Academy Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1934 Of Human Bondage Nominated (write-in, not official) Academy Award Best Actress
1935 Dangerous Won Academy Award Best Actress
1938 Jezebel Won Academy Award Best Actress
1939 Dark Victory Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1940 The Letter Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1941 The Little Foxes Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1942 Now, Voyager Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1944 Mr. Skeffington Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1950 All About Eve Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1952 The Star Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
1962 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Nominated Academy Award Best Actress
Emmy Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1974 ABC's Wide World of Entertainment for episode Warner Bros. Movies - A 50 Year Salute Nominated Primetime Emmy Award Special Classification of Outstanding Program and Individual Achievement
1979 Strangers: The Story of a Mother and Daughter Won Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or Movie
1980 White Mama Nominated Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Lead Actress – Miniseries or Movie
1983 Little Gloria... Happy at Last Nominated Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actress – Miniseries or Movie
Golden Globe Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1951 All About Eve Nominated Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actress (Drama)
1962 Pocketful of Miracles Nominated Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actress (Musical/Comedy)
1963 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Nominated Golden Globe Best Motion Picture Actress (Drama)
BAFTA Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1964 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? Nominated BAFTA Film Award Best Foreign Actress
CableACE Awards
Year TV Film Result Award Category
1984 Right of Way Nominated ACE Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
1987 As Summers Die Nominated ACE Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Cannes Film Festival
Year Film Result Award Category
1950 All About Eve Won Cannes Film Festival Awards Best Actress
Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1952 All About Eve Won Silver Ribbon Best Actress — Foreign Film
(Miglior Attrice Straniera)
Laurel Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1963 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 3rd Place Golden Laurel Top Female Dramatic Performance
1965 Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte Won Dramatic Performance, Female
Monte Carlo TV Festival (a.k.a. Festival de Télévision de Monte-Carlo)
Year Film Result Award Category
1983 A Piano for Mrs. Cimino Won Golden Nymph Best Actress
New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1950 All About Eve Won NYFCC Award Best Actress
Saturn Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1976 Burnt Offerings Won Saturn Award (a.k.a. Golden Scroll) Best Supporting Actress
Venice Film Festival
Year Film Result Award Category
1937 Kid Galahad
Marked Woman
Won Volpi Cup Best Actress

Honorary awards[edit]

Year Award Category
1932 Star of Tomorrow A group of theater exhibitors named Bette Davis, Joan Blondell and Ginger Rogers “Stars of tomorrow”. The ceremony was held at the Ambassador Hotel in Hollywood and broadcast live on radio. This was Bette’s first acting award
1941 Golden Apple Awards Most Cooperative Actress
1950 Grauman's Chinese Theater Handprint and Footprint Ceremony
1950 Photoplay Awards Gold Medal
1960 Hollywood Walk of Fame Motion Pictures (Location: 6225 Hollywood Blvd.)
1960 Hollywood Walk of Fame Television (Location: 6233 Hollywood Blvd.)
1962 Photoplay Awards Gold Medal
1963 Golden Apple Awards Most Cooperative Actress
1965 Photoplay Awards Gold Medal
1969 San Francisco International Film Festival The Craft of Cinema Award
1973 Sarah Siddons Society Special 20th Anniversary Award for All About Eve
1974 Golden Globe Awards Cecil B. DeMille Award
1977 American Film Institute Life Achievement Award
1980 Outstanding Mother of the Year Award Awarded by Woman's Day magazine
1982 Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence
1982 Rudolph Valentino Award Actress of the Year
1982 National Film Society Artistry in Cinema Awards Golden Reel Award for her contribution to cinema.
1983 Charles Chaplin Award Awarded by UCLA Film and Television Archive
1983 Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards Crystal Award
1983 American Theater Arts Life Achievement Award
1983 Boston Theater District Association Life Achievement Award
1983 Distinguished Civilian Service Medal Awarded by the Defense Department of USA (the highest civilian award given by the United States Department of Defense) for founding the Hollywood Canteen (which operated at 1451 Cahuenga Boulevard in Hollywood, California between October 3, 1942 and November 22, 1945). The award ceremony took place on June 11, 1983.
1983 Golden Apple Awards Louella Parsons Life Achievement Award
1986 César Awards Honorary Cesar
1986 Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Appointed commander of this order. It was awarded by the French Government for her contribution to film.
1987 British Film Institute Fellowship In recognition of her outstanding contribution to film culture.
1987 Deauville Film Festival Special Tribute
1987 Legion of Honour Awarded at the Deauville Film Festival for her contribution to film.
1987 Kennedy Center Honors Honoree
1988 Campione d'Italia Merit of Achievement Award
1989 American Cinema Awards Life Achievement Award
1989 Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute
1989 San Sebastián International Film Festival Donostia Award

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