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Sultry screen siren Lauren Bacall, who rose to fame in the 1940s opposite her husband Humphrey Bogart in films such as "To Have and Have Not" and "The Big Sleep," died Tuesday, The Bogart Estate said. She was 89. Variety reported Bacall suffered a suspected stroke.
originally posted by: ImDaMan
I guess someone dying of natural causes isn't as popular as someone that commits suicide. We truly are in some sad times.
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: tetra50
She was a very classy and sexy lady.
I used to enjoy watching the old B&W movies and Humphrey Bogart's in particular. There was one where she blew him a kiss and asked, 'You know how to whistle, Steve, doncha?' (something like that). Subtle and sexy.
She could look back and know she'd been in some movie classics with all of the legends...a legend in her own right.
I used to tremble from nerves so badly that the only way I could hold my head steady was to lower my chin practically to my chest and look up at Bogie. That was the beginning of The Look.