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In the film All About Eve directed by Joseph L Mankiewicz and released in 1950 Eve Harrison Anne Baxter was a young woman with evil running through her veins She wanted to be somebody and chose to get there through Margo Channing Betty Davis who was a famous stage star Eve would do whatever it took to get where she wanted to be including hurt the ones that trusted her and took her in as a lost lamb Though Eve was already evil within and throughout the people around her made it even easier to acomplish her goals Margo was one of the most popular stage actresses and put herself high on a pedastel and looked at someone like Eve as being below her a poor soul that could be of no threat to anyone especially Margo Channing Eve played the meek and shy girl that idolized Margo She claimed to attend all the preformaces of the play that week due to the fact that she adored Margo and she would have nowhere else to go anyway Doing this allowed Eve to get her foot in the door If it wasnt for Margos conceitedness Eve would have had to work a little bit harder to get this Margo took her into her home Margos secretary-aid Birdie Thelma Ritter was the first to sense something was strange about Eve but her position made it not her place to speak her mind Eve knew this and also knew it would be easy to take control of her position because of this It would only seem to Margo that she enjoyed doing things for her Eve charmed Bill Simpson Gary Merrill director and Margos lover with her feminine qualities that Margo lacked Eve just seemed to be overly interested in everything Bill had to say about the theater She used to keep him admiring her and at the same time drove Margo crazy with jealousy
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