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Actress Lauren Bacall ( born Betty Joan Perske) became a leading lady in
the 1944 film To Have And Have Not which starred her husband Humphrey
Bogart. She appeared in The Big Sleep (1946), and How Marry a Millionaire
(1943), just to name a few. Becall also worked in the Broadway musical
Woman of the Year in 1981. Her performance in the film The Mirror Has
Two Faces
(1996)  earned her a Golden Globe Award as well an Academy
Award nomination.  In 1999, she was ranked #20 of the 25 actresses on the
AFI’s 100 Years…100 Stars list. Lauren Bacall was selected by the Academy
of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to receive an Academy Honorary Award
at the inaugural Governors Awards in 2009.

to have and to have not

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall from To Have and To have Not

bacall with oscar

posted by Bob Karm in Awards,BIRTHDAY,Drama,Film noir,HISTORY,MOVIES,Stage,THEN AND NOW and have Comments (6)


  1. Carmen fuscellaro says:

    God bless you Ms. Becall, with many, many more years! You were always a true beauty!

    • Helen Adair says:

      Happy birthday,God bless you to have me many more. I wish I could meet you I feel you are full of wisdom. God bless you!!! Helen Adair

  2. Carol Goeser says:

    I met the always beautiful Lauren Bacall about 15 years ago when she spoke in Milwaukee through a woman’s organization. I even spoke to her, asking a question about Humphrey Bogart and their cats. She was gracious with her answer and it was as if she were right in my livingroom.

    Many Happy Returns!

    Carol. ; )

  3. Dennis says:

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY LAUREN…I’m sitting in my living room watching Key Largo, what fabulous movies you made… And again happy 87th , and many more. From a fan in Australia

  4. Rob Walter says:

    What an eternal lady of pure class! They don’t make em’ like that anymore!

  5. Jeannette says:

    God Bless you Dear Lady we still love all your movies and we get thrilled with all of them Thank You

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