Bette

Bette may refer to:

  • Bette (album), by Bette Midler
  • Bette (TV series), a program starring Bette Midler
People
  • Jean-Christophe Bette, French competitive rower
  • Jean Fran├žois de Bette, Marquis of Lede
  • Bette (given name), people with the given name Bette

Other articles related to "bette":

List Of American Films Of 1976 - A-B
... Barnes, Jackie Earle Haley, Vic Morrow, Joyce Van Patten, Brandon Cruz Comedy The Bette Midler Show Tom Trbovich Bette Midler, Sharon Redd, Ula Hedwig, Charlotte Crossley Comedy The Big Bus James Frawley ... Grey Western, Comedy Burnt Offerings Dan Curtis Karen Black, Bette Davis, Oliver Reed Horror ...
The Best Of Bette (1981 Album) - Notes
... Bette on the Boards album entry Moogy Klingman discography Bette Midler Discography Filmography Albums The Divine Miss M (1972) Bette Midler (1973) Songs for the New Depression (1976) Broken Blossom (1977 ...
The Best Of Bette (1978 Album)
... The Best of Bette was the first compilation album by American female vocalist Bette Midler, released in 1978 ... The Best of Bette, confusingly released with near identical cover art to 1973's Bette Midler, featured songs from Midler's first four studio albums with the addition of one track from 1977's Live at ... The version included on The Best of Bette is the rare single mix which features an extra verse that is not found on the Live at Last album or on many of the single releases worldwide ...
List Of The L Word Cast Members - Guest Appearances
... Farber, a lesbian sex therapist to Bette and Tina ... (his final acting role seasons one and two) as Bette and Kit's conservative father, Melvin Porter ... lesbian) from Massachusetts who hits on Bette ...
List Of Batman: The Brave And The Bold Characters - Heroes - Batman Family - Bette Kane
... Bette is the first Batgirl ... Bette appears alongside Barbara Gordon, Cassandra Cain, and Stephanie Brown, the Batgirls ...

Famous quotes containing the word bette:

    If Mr. Vincent Price were to be co-starred with Miss Bette Davis in a story by Mr. Edgar Allan Poe directed by Mr. Roger Corman, it could not fully express the pent-up violence and depravity of a single day in the life of the average family.
    Quentin Crisp (b. 1908)