Airs Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 9pm on THIRTEEN

Bette Davis in Jezebel

Bette Davis in Jezebel

Jezebel (1937): A haughty headstrong Southern Belle (Bette Davis) in Antebellum Louisiana loses her fiance (Henry Fonda) due to her stubborn vanity and pride and vows to get him back.

Directed by William Wyler

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  • Nel Bretney

    Not a comment on the movie per se, but to query the date of the viewing. Do you really mean January 9, 2010?

  • Solomon

    Yes, Nel, you’re quite right about the incorrect date; it really should have been January 16th, 2010. It appears that someone responsible for the posting has been a weak behind.

  • Susan Wasserman

    I found the movie offensive. The slaves singing on the plantation with Bette Davis conducting was as far as I could watch. Why was this movie selected?

  • Anita

    I agree with Susan. The stereotype of the dumb Brazilian driver in “Now Voyager” was no jewel, either. Irritating flaw on an otherwise incisive film. Glad we’ve improved somewhat on how we portray other cultures…

  • migdalia

    Some parts of the movie were gut wrenching realistic and vulgar as this relates to the depiction of the movie and scenes. Betty Davis’ pride got the best of her in this movie. One of her best performances. I could really feel the raw feelings Betty Davis was feeling in the movie.