You can see “Betty White: A Celebration” in movie theaters on Monday, January 17 for one day only.
Today would’ve been Betty Whites’ 100th birthday, and the documentary was originally created to commemorate the occasion.
This celebration of America’s sweetheart is an opportunity to remember Betty White’s amazing life and career.
It’s a time to come together and enjoy Betty’s classic moments on “The Golden Girls,” “SNL,” “Hot in Cleveland,” “The Proposal,” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” among others.
Drawing from her final interview, this film provides a backstage look at her career, and insights into what was most important to her.
Plus, hear from the friends who loved her, including Ryan Reynolds, Carol Burnett, Valerie Bettinelli, Jennifer Love Hewitt—and dozens of other celebrity friends who offer their tribute to this beloved icon.
For more information and showtimes visit, bit.ly/3nyA6Fn.
The legendary actress Betty White passed away at the age of 99 a few days ago just a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday.
Today, Patty Spitler of Great Day TV joined us to share how she remembers Betty as someone she has once interviewed and considers an idol, especially as a fellow animal lover.
The iconic actress had plans to celebrate her birthday publicly with a movie special premiering in theaters on her birthday for one day only.
The movie, Betty White: 100 Years Young, will feature White as well as a star-studded cast of her friends, including Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, and more!
“You’ll experience Betty’s funniest moments on ‘The Golden Girls,’ hosting ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Hot in Cleveland,’ ‘The Proposal,’ ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ — and a lost episode from Betty’s very first sitcom. Plus, Betty reveals inside stories of her amazing life and career,” the description reads. “This is a special one-day-only event; the party awaits.”
White was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1995, the same year she earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She has won eight Emmy Awards in a variety of categories, plus many other awards over the years.
For more from Patty visit, GreatDayTV.com.