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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Lauren Bacall, actress & model (1924-2014)
To celebrate the birthday of Lauren Bacall, TCM will be spending the day featuring several of her films:
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Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Lauren Bacall 1924-2014

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Hawksian Women: Marilyn and Lauren Bacall

“And to begin with, to me, a legend is something that is not on the earth, that is dead…legends are built and evolve in the past. 6,239 more words

Marilyn Monroe

Bacall: Bogie's Baby & The Look

In celebration of the late Lauren Bacall’s birthday, Turner Classic Movies is running a Bacall marathon, beginning on Monday, 9/15/2014, and continuing through Tuesday, 9/16/2014.

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She's Got the Look: Top 10 Lauren Bacall Performances

Lauren Bacall would have been 90 this September. She died two weeks ago. There have been many tributes to her as one of the last icons of the Golden Age of Hollywood, to being Humphrey Bogart’s wife, to her signature whistle line, and to even the last living name mentioned among the celebrities in Madonna’s “Vogue,” but for me Bacall will always be a symbol of strength and dignity. 1,427 more words

Old Movies

How to Marry a Millionaire

Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe photographed during the filming of How to Marry a Millionaire in 1953

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Why Lauren Bacall should be the Everygirl Fashion Icon

For anyone who has been living under a rock these past few days, we’ve experienced a loss of some wonderful talented actors. The passing of Lauren Bacall had me thinking about how potentially a few people my age don’t know who this woman is or have had the great joy of watching her movies. 279 more words

Lauren Bacall: 1924 – 2014


Born in the Bronx, New York in September 1924, Lauren Bacall began her career in the public eye as a fashion model, appearing in Vogue Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar among others before eventually, in 1942, making her Broadway debut. 427 more words