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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Bette Midler TV Series – Episode 14 – The Invisible Mom – 2000 (Guest Star: Olivia Newton-John)

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Bette TV Series – Episode 8 – I Love This Game – 2000

Bette Midler meets Kobe Bryant and his monstrous shoes!

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

BetteBack October 22, 1974: The Disasterous Roast Of Johnny Carson

Star News
October 22, 1974

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Johnny Carson explained to Filmland friends Saturday evening. .”I’ve married three times because, as a concerned American . I’ve wanted to spread the wealth more evenly among the populace.”

And that was about the funniest line to come out of The Friars’ Club Charity Roast honoring “The King Who Rules Midnight.”

Perhaps never have so many comedians laid such a massive quantity of eggs as were hatched at the dais ol the Grand Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel Saturday evening. The head table consisted of a multimillion dollars worth of talent — including Lucille Ball, George Burns. Red Buttons., Buddy Hackett. Bob Hope. Alan King, Bette Midler. Jan Murray. Carroll O’Connor. Burt Reynolds and Don Rickles. yet by the end of the program even the professional comedians who are usually each other’s most appreciative audience’ had trouble not lookhig bored. Read More

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Monday, March 27, 2017

BetteBack January 26, 2000: Bette Midler stars in `Isn’t She Great’

Chicago Defender
January 26, 2000

ISN'T SHE GREAT, Bette Midler, 2000, (c)MCA

ISN’T SHE GREAT, Bette Midler, 2000, (c)MCA

Bette Midler stars in `Isn’t She Great

From the very beginning, best-selling novelist Jacqueline Susann (Bette Midler) just wanted her place in the spotlight. With no agent and no one calling for auditions, she scraped by with residuals from the occasional radio jingle, television commercial and game show appearance.

Still, with every failure — and there were plenty –she remained undeterred in her guest for fame. A friend once told her that “talent wasn’t everything,” and for no person was this more true. Read More

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Friday, March 3, 2017

Bette Midler On The First Wive’s Club:

Bette Midler On The First Wive’s Club: “There are a lot of angry women out there, and they saw themselves in this comedy. It struck a note of recognition in their lives, in a humorous way. But I think it was more than that. It was also the fact that we were three women whose careers people had been following for years, who had all hit kind of rough patches, but had now finally gotten themselves a decent vehicle. Three phoenixes rising from the ashes; I think people were rooting for us and that had something to do with it, too.” (New York Daily News, 1997) Read More

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Bette Midler On That Old Feeling:

Bette Midler On That Old Feeling: “Leslie Dixon wrote this for me. We both wanted to do something big and broad, and I’m thrilled with it. I love those kinds of characters, the fight scenes are great, the love scenes are great, and there’s a little bit of music in it and all this romance. It seems like the right thing at the right time, and I’m really proud of it.” (New York Daily News, 1997)

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Bette Midler On Disappointment At Age 51:

Bette Midler On Disappointment At Age 51: “When I was very young and (disappointment) happened to me for the first time, I got quite sick from it. But then I toughened up. It’s just part of the job. You have to get over it and get on with it.” (New York Daily News, 1997)

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