"Joan Fontaine left town the day before sister Olivia de Havilland arrived to star in 'Lady in a Cage,' but Livvy got a first rare welcome without her. The plane was late, but Producer Luther Davis waited at the airport with a huge cage of flowers; and Bette Davis sat at the Beverly Hills hotel waiting to take Livvy to dinner and reminisce about the old days at Warners. When they sat down to dine, the orchestra struck up 'Everything's Coming Up Roses.'
Next day, Olivia told me: 'Bette's got to be the first actress to win three Oscars. She's the greatest and should have the award for 'Baby Jane.' The industry owes her this.' Jack Warner thinks so, too, and I believe she'll get it." -Hedda Hopper, in a piece entitled "Flowers Are Waiting When Olivia Hits Town,' published on January 22nd, 1963 🥀