Cinema: Rebellion

What stormy Cinemactress Bette Davis likes better than anything else are cinema roles she can get her claws into. Last week Bette took a disdainful look at the script of Author Faith Baldwin's Comet Over Broadway, said it reminded her of weak tea, flatly refused to play in it.*Promptly her studio, Warner Bros., suspended her, cut off her $3,500-a-week salary for the six weeks it may take to find her another picture. Commented Bette, whose rebellion against Warners nearly two years ago wound up in the British courts: "I feel we will have...

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