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Hollywood Ladies: Bette Davis in The Sisters

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also starring Errol Flynn Anita Louise
Ian Hunter
The Elliott girls are the belles of Silver Bow,
Montana - particularly
Louise, who is one of the town's most eligible young women. Everyone is astonished when she suddenly elopes with Frank Medlin , a penniless sports writer from San Francisco, leaving behind her fiancee and a comfortable existence. Bette Davis , one of America's finest screen actresses, gives a typically strong and intense performance.
Doc Moore .HARRY DAVENPORT Screenplay by MILTON KRIMS based on the novel by MYRON brinig Produced by HAL B. WALLIS
Directed by ANATOLE LITVAK
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Contributors

Unknown: Errol Flynn
Unknown: Anita Louise
Unknown: Ian Hunter
Unknown: Frank Medlin
Unknown: Bette Davis
Unknown: Doc Moore
Play By: Milton Krims
Novel By: Myron Brinig
Produced By: Hal B. Wallis
Directed By: Anatole Litvak
Louise Elliott: Bette Davis
Frank Medlin: Errol Flynn
Helen Elliott: Anita Louise
William Benson: Ian Hunter
Tim Hazelton: Donald Crisp
Rose Elliott: Beulah Bondi
Grace Elliott: Jane Bryan
Sam Johnson: Alan Hale
Tom Knivel: Dick Foran
Ned Elliott: Henry Travers
Norman: Patric Knowles
Flora Gibbon: Lee Patrick
Flora's mother: Laura Hope Crews
Stella Johnson: Janet Shaw

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Hollywood Ladies: Bette Davis in The Sisters

BBC One London, 27 November 1987 14.00






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