Excerpt of a letter from Bette Davis to Jeffrey Robinson: 

"You brought back many things in my life that I had forgotten."

   So much has been written about her personal life that the world doesn't need another book like that. But Bette Davis holds such a special place in the history of cinema that she merits a focused look at her acting career. Until she made her film debut in 1931, there was no one like her. Fifty years later, there still isn't. She once described herself as the first Hollywood star to come out of the water looking wet. And she definitely was the first female star to show more interest in acting than in looking glamorous. Better Davis - Her Film and Stage Career traces her two-time Academy Award winning life through every one of her films. It's the story of an American legend who got there by fighting the movie moguls for better scripts and by being talented enough to win.