Bette Davis with a Dog

(Original Caption) Bette Davis, motion picture actress whose nose is almost as valuable to Warner Brothers as the Company Studios, stops off her train for a moment at Chicago as she passes through on her way to Boston to have her nose treated. The Davis nose was bitten during Bette's playful tussel with a pet dog (not the one she's holding here). Meanwhile, work on the movie, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," has been halted.
(Original Caption) Bette Davis, motion picture actress whose nose is almost as valuable to Warner Brothers as the Company Studios, stops off her train for a moment at Chicago as she passes through on her way to Boston to have her nose treated. The Davis nose was bitten during Bette's playful tussel with a pet dog (not the one she's holding here). Meanwhile, work on the movie, "The Man Who Came to Dinner," has been halted.
Bette Davis with a Dog
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September 21, 1941
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