Lauren Bacall’s career spanned generations in film and theater. These are 6 of her finest moments.
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Art and memorabilia that belonged to the late Hollywood film star Lauren Bacall sold for $3.6 million during a two-day sale.
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An art collection amassed by the late movie star Lauren Bacall, including eight sculptures by Henry Moore, will go under the hammer next year in New York, Bonhams auction house said on Friday.
The museum at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology will soon unveil an exhibit showcasing Lauren Bacall’s wardrobe.
Masha Leon first encountered Lauren Bacall in ‘To Have and Have Not’ in as a pre-teen 1944 Montreal. She never dreamed that she would actually meet her.
For all her onscreen boldness and teaching-Bogie-how-to-whistle bravado, actress Lauren Bacall, who died on August 12 at age 89, spent a good part of her career timorously trying to dodge Hollywood anti-Semitism. Born Betty Joan Perske in the Bronx, she would later adopt an altered version of her Romanian Jewish mother Natalie Weinstein-Bacal’s name, because experience had taught her it was practical to do so. In her 2006 memoir “By Myself and Then Some” Bacall recounts how as a teenage model, after she informed a colleague that she was Jewish, she was fired. This prejudicial treatment baffled her: “I’ve never really understood it, and I spent the first half of my life worrying about it.”
From Humphrey Bogart’s sparring partner to the grand-dame of Hollywood cinema, Lauren Bacall’s career spanned generations in film and theater. These are 7 of her finest moments.
Legendary film star Lauren Bacall has died at the age of 89. The sultry actress with the heavy-lidded eyes who captured Humphrey Bogart’s heart embodied Hollywood’s Golden Age.