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In the classic 1950s film All About Eve, Bette Davis plays Margo Channing, an aging actress who often manipulates her friends. But the theatrical star is about to be upstaged by Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter), an adoring fan with a convincing "song and dance" routine of her own.
Why Is All About Eve Rated Not Rated?
All About Eve is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Adults argue in several scenes.
Sexual Content: A woman implies a man is involved in adulterous relationships.
Language: Brief name-calling is included.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters smoke and drink on numerous occasions. A main character smokes frequently and is drunk at a party
Other: Characters manipulate one another.A woman lies about her past.
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It is rumored that Bette Davis based her portrayal of Margo on actress Talullah Bankhead. Davis later denied it. Bankhead can be seen in Alfred Hitchcock’s Lifeboat where she stars as a survivor of a German submarine attack. Actress Anne Baxter also plays the role of Nefretiri in The Ten Commandments. Backstage manipulations and maneuverings are the focus of the plot in the movie Me and Orson Welles.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: NR
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All About Eve releases to Blu-ray on February 1, 2011 with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary by Actor Celeste Holm, Mankiewicz Biographer Ken Geist and Christopher Mankiewicz
- Commentary by Author Sam Staggs
- Joseph L. Mankiewicz: A Personal Journey
- The Real Eve
- The Secret of Sarah Siddons
- AMC Backstory®: All About Eve
- Vintage Bette Davis Promotion
- Vintage Anne Baxter Promotion
- Fox Movietone News
- Restoration Comparison
- Theatrical Trailer