New York, East
19 July 2001
BETTE DAVIS GROUP OF ITEMS RELATED TO "RIGHT OF WAY"
Four items related to the only film that Bette Davis and James Stewart made together more than fifty years after they started their careers in Hollywood. The first piece is a wooden box with a black and white photograph shellacked to the cover depicting Bette Davis, James Stewart, Ann-Margret, Geraldine Fitzgerald and Joseph Mankiewicz that Miss Davis had custom-made as a memento from the Lincoln Center Award gala honoring her, the second item is a pair of light-blue jogging shorts printed with Right of Way B.D. '82 that Miss Davis gave to the cast and crew, the third item is a program from the premiere of the movie and the fourth item is a Polaroid of Miss Davis on the set as she stands in front of a chair printed with She did it the hard way and underneath is her handwritten notation reading And She Did!
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