Some of Bette Davis' movies include "Waterloo Bridge," "Bureau of Missing Persons," "Of Human Bondage," "The Golden Arrow" and "It's Love I'm After." Other Bette Davis films are "The Letter," "The Man Who Came To Dinner," "All Aout Eve," "Phone Call From a Stranger" and "The Catered Affair."
"Waterloo Bridge" is a 1931 film that was directed by James Whale and based on a 1930 play of the same name. Bette Davis stars alongside Mae Clarke, Kent Douglass and Doris Lloyd. Davis plays the role of Janet Cronin, sister to Roy Cronin, a member of the Canadian Army. The film was remade twice, once in 1940 and again in 1950, under the title "Gaby."
Davis stars as lead character Norma Roberts in the 1933 film "Bureau of Missing Persons." The film, directed by Roy del Ruth, was based on the book "Missing Men," written by John H. Ayers and Carol Bird. Davis stars alongside Pat O'Brien, Lewis Stone, Allen Jenkins, Ruth Donnelly and Glenda Farrell. It was the second time that Davis and O'Brien had shared the screen together, and both were under contract with Warner Brothers at the time. The film revolves around the missing persons case of Chicago banker Therme Roberts, husband of Nora.