Bacall



Lauren (Betty Joan Perske) born 1924, U.S. actress.
Contemporary Examples

“As I glanced at Bogie, I saw tears streaming down his face—his ‘I do’ was strong and clear, though,” wrote Bacall.
Bogie & Bacall: A Hollywood Romance for the Ages Marlow Stern August 12, 2014

It reminds me a little bit of Bogart and Bacall—another May-December relationship.
Getting a Rise Out of Hef Lloyd Grove January 3, 2011

They saved the movie from drowning, and became the new Bogart and Bacall.
Leonardo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet: Which ‘Titanic’ Star Has the Better Career? Ramin Setoodeh April 3, 2012

While Bacall seems like a paragon of cool confidence in the final product, she was a nervous wreck on set.
Bogie & Bacall: A Hollywood Romance for the Ages Marlow Stern August 12, 2014

All told, [Bacall] appears to have lost in excess of $100,000.
More Alleged A-List Ponzi Victims Jacob Bernstein June 9, 2010

Bacall: I just had a crazy idea for a comedy and went to the desert for a couple weeks and banged out a rough draft of something.
‘Game Change’ and ‘21 Jump Street’: Screenwriters Danny Strong and Michael Bacall on Writing Michael Bacall, Danny Strong March 8, 2012

Bogie and Bacall purchased a $160,000 mansion in Holmby Hills, a posh enclave in Los Angeles, and played house.
Bogie & Bacall: A Hollywood Romance for the Ages Marlow Stern August 12, 2014

In addition to her stellar body of work, she will always be remembered for being the no-nonsense half of Bogie and Bacall.
Bogie & Bacall: A Hollywood Romance for the Ages Marlow Stern August 12, 2014

Hawks at one point advised him to seek psychological counseling to get a handle on his feelings for Bacall.
Bogie & Bacall: A Hollywood Romance for the Ages Marlow Stern August 12, 2014

Russ told me, I remember, that he met Bacall during an Adlai Stevenson campaign.
Lauren Bacall Was Deeply Liberal and Deeply Anti-Communist Michael Tomasky August 12, 2014

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