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Joan Leslie Dead at 90: Actress Fought Warner Bros. + Danced with Fred Astaire & James Cagney

Joan Leslie. Joan Leslie: Actress who fought Warner Bros. and co-starred opposite Gary Cooper and Fred Astaire dead at 90 Joan Leslie, best (somewhat mis)remembered as sweet girl next door types in Hollywood movies of the '40s, died on Oct. 12, '15, in Los Angeles. Leslie (born on Jan. 26, 1925, in Detroit) was 90. Among her best-known movies are Howard Hawks' Sergeant York (1941), opposite Best Actor Oscar winner Gary Cooper; Michael Curtiz's Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942), opposite Best Actor Oscar winner James Cagney; and Curtiz's militaristic musical This Is the Army (1943), opposite George Murphy and Ronald Reagan, and with songs by Irving Berlin. All three movies were mammoth box office hits. And all three did their best […]


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Joan Leslie Dead at 90: Actress Fought Warner Bros. + Danced with Fred Astaire & James Cagney



Lauren Bacall: Hollywood & Broadway Star Dies

Lauren Bacall Lauren Bacall Dead: 89-year-old Oscar nominee who starred opposite Humphrey Bogart in 'To Have and Have Not' and 'The Big Sleep' Lauren Bacall has died following a massive stroke earlier today, August 12. Curiously, the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award nominee for The Mirror Has Two Faces, and the star of film classics such as To Have and Have Not, The Big Sleep, and How to Marry a Millionaire, had been “killed” by an Internet hoax yesterday. Bacall would have turned 90 on September 16, 2014. According to Media Mass, the Lauren Bacall death rumors began on Monday, August 11, following the creation of a “R.I.P. Lauren Bacall” Facebook page that “attracted nearly one million of 'likes.'” On […]


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Lauren Bacall: Hollywood & Broadway Star Dies



Humphrey Bogart Movies: Quote 'The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of'

Humphrey Bogart movies: 'The Maltese Falcon,' 'High Sierra' (Image: Most famous Humphrey Bogart quote: 'The stuff that dreams are made of' from 'The Maltese Falcon') (See previous post: “Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall Movies.”) Besides 1948, 1941 was another great year for Humphrey Bogart – one also featuring a movie with the word “Sierra” in the title. Indeed, that was when Bogart became a major star thanks to Raoul Walsh's High Sierra and John Huston's The Maltese Falcon. In the former, Bogart plays an ex-con who falls in love with top-billed Ida Lupino – though both are outacted by ingénue-with-a-heart-of-tin Joan Leslie. In the latter, Bogart plays Dashiel Hammett's private detective Sam Spade, trying to discover the fate of the […]


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Humphrey Bogart Movies: Quote 'The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of'