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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 & Lauren Bacall Movies: 'To Have and Have Not' & 'Key Largo'

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall: From 'To Have and Have Not' to 'Key Largo' Humphrey Bogart (born on Christmas Day 1899, in New York City) is Turner Classic Movies' first “Summer Under the Stars” star on Thursday, August 1, 2013. TCM will be showing several Bogart movies not made at Warner Bros., e.g., 20th Century Fox's The Left Hand of God and Columbia's In a Lonely Place, but nothing that the cable network hasn't presented before. In other words, don't expect anything along the lines of the 1934 crime drama Midnight or the 1931 Western A Holy Terror (assuming these two movies still exist). Now, the good news: No Casablanca – which was shown on Tuesday, as part of TCM's […]


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Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall Movies: 'To Have and Have Not' & 'Key Largo'



Lauren Bacall vs. Juliette Binoche: The 1997 Academy Awards

Lauren Bacall, Mimi Rogers in Barbra Streisand's The Mirror Has Two Faces (bottom) In her 2005 autobiography By Myself and Then Some, Lauren Bacall's updated version of her 1978 bestseller By Myself, the two-time Tony Award-winning actress (for Applause in 1970 and Woman of the Year in 1981) candidly discusses the ballyhoo surrounding her first – and to date only – Academy Award nomination for Barbra Streisand's 1996 romantic comedy-melodrama The Mirror Has Two Faces. Apart from a few film career lulls, Bacall had been working steadily in front of the camera since her film début in Howard Hawks' 1945 adventure-drama To Have and Have Not. But whether as mere on-screen decoration (Key Largo, Bright Leaf, Young Man with a […]


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Lauren Bacall vs. Juliette Binoche: The 1997 Academy Awards