In 1932, Davis signed a seven-year contract with Warner Brothers. During this period she won two Best Actress Oscars© for DANGEROUS (1936) and JEZEBEL (1938). Davis would be nominated for eight more Oscars©: OF HUMAN BONDAGE (1934), DARK VICTORY (1939), THE LETTER (1940), THE LITTLE FOXES (1941), NOW, VOYAGER (1942), MR. SKEFFINGTON (1944), ALL ABOUT EVE (1950), THE STAR (1952), and WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? (1962).