Jezebel

23rd February 1939: American film studio head Jack Warner (1892-1978) poses with his arms around American actors Fay Bainter (1892-1968) and Bette Davis (1908-1989), who hold their Oscars for director William Wyler's film, 'Jezebel,' at the Academy Awards, Los Angeles, California. Davis won Best Actress, and Bainter Best Supporting Actress. Davis wears an evening gown with feathers adorning her shoulders. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
23rd February 1939: American film studio head Jack Warner (1892-1978) poses with his arms around American actors Fay Bainter (1892-1968) and Bette Davis (1908-1989), who hold their Oscars for director William Wyler's film, 'Jezebel,' at the Academy Awards, Los Angeles, California. Davis won Best Actress, and Bainter Best Supporting Actress. Davis wears an evening gown with feathers adorning her shoulders. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Jezebel
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Hulton Archive / Stringer
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3230659
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23 February, 1939
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01N/07/ARVE/G2592/030
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