Bette ends contract
SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1977
LOS ANGELES (AP) -A four-film, multimillion-dollar movie contract between Bette Midler and Columbia Pictureshas been terminated, a spokesman for Columbia says.
Miss Midler, who had turned down parts ‘in other movies, will not sign an exclusive contract with another studio, said her agent, Arnold Stiefel. He added that Michael Bennett , creator of Broadway’s “A Chorus Line,” has written an adaptation of “Two For the Seesaw” for Universal with Miss Midler in mind.