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Famous Person: Lauren Bacall

Famous For: Actress, Broadway

Movie - Television Titles :

These Foolish Things (2006) .... Dame Lydia
Manderlay (2005) .... Mam
... aka Manderlay (France) 
Firedog (2005) (voice) .... Posche
Birth (2004) .... Eleanor
Hauru no ugoku shiro (2004) (voice: English version) .... Witch of the Waste
... aka Howl's Moving Castle (International: English title) (USA) 
"Great Performances" 
- Broadway's Lost Treasures II (2004) TV Episode .... Host
Amlia Trada (2004) .... TV anouncer
Dogville (2003) .... Ma Ginger
... aka Dogville (France) 
... aka U - Der Film 'Dogville' erzhlt in neun Kapiteln und einem Prolog. (Germany) 
The Limit (2003) .... May Markham
... aka Gone Dark (USA: DVD title) 
Presence of Mind (1999) .... Mado Remei
... aka Celo, El (Spain) 
The Venice Project (1999) .... Countess Camilla Volta
Diamonds (1999) .... Sin-Dee
Madeline: Lost in Paris (1999) (voice) .... Madame Lacroque
Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke (1999) (TV) .... Doris Duke (elderly)
"Chicago Hope" 
- Absent Without Leave (1998) TV Episode .... Samara Visco Klein
- Risky Business (1998) TV Episode .... Samara Visco Klein
Jour et la nuit, Le (1997) .... Sonia
... aka Da y la noche, El (Mexico) 
... aka Day and Night 
My Fellow Americans (1996) .... Margaret Kramer
The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996) .... Hannah Morgan
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995) (TV)
.... Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
Prt--Porter (1994) .... Slim Chrysler
... aka Prt--Porter: Ready to Wear (Canada: English title) 
... aka Ready to Wear 
A Foreign Field (1993) .... Lisa
... aka We Shall Meet Again 
The Parallax Garden (1993) (TV) 
The Portrait (1993) (TV) .... Fanny Church
All I Want for Christmas (1991) .... Lillian Brooks
A Star for Two (1991) 
Misery (1990) .... Marcia Sindell
The Real Story of the Three Little Kittens (1990) (V) (voice) .... Freezelda
A Little Piece of Sunshine (1990) (TV) .... Beatrix Coltrane
Dinner at Eight (1989) (TV) .... Carlotta Vance
"The Dame Edna Experience" 
- Episode #2.5 (1989) TV Episode 
Tree of Hands (1989) .... Marsha Archdale
... aka Innocent Victim (USA) 
Mr. North (1988) .... Mrs. Amelia Cranston
Appointment with Death (1988) .... Lady Westholme
The Fan (1981) .... Sally Ross
HealtH (1980) .... Esther Brill
"The Rockford Files" 
... aka Jim Rockford, Private Investigator (USA: syndication title) 
- Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 2 (1979) TV Episode .... Kendall Warren
- Lions, Tigers, Monkeys and Dogs: Part 1 (1979) TV Episode .... Kendall Warren
Perfect Gentlemen (1978) (TV) .... Mrs. Lizzie Martin
The Shootist (1976) .... Bond Rogers
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) .... Mrs. Harriet Belinda Hubbard
... aka Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express (UK: complete title) 
Applause (1973) (TV) .... Margo Channing
Harper (1966) .... Elaine Sampson
... aka The Moving Target (UK) 
"Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" 
... aka The Chrysler Theater 
... aka Universal Star Time (syndication title) 
    - Double Jeopardy (1965) TV Episode .... Amanda/Barbara
Sex and the Single Girl (1964) .... Sylvia Broderick
"Mr. Broadway" 
    - Something to Sing About (1964) TV Episode .... Barbara Lake
Shock Treatment (1964) .... Dr. Edwina Beighley
"Dr. Kildare" 
    - The Oracle (1963) TV Episode .... Virginia Herson
"The DuPont Show of the Week" 
    - A Dozen Deadly Roses (1963) TV Episode .... Lorraine Boswell
North West Frontier (1959) .... Catherine Wyatt
... aka Flame Over India (USA) 
The Gift of Love (1958) .... Julie Beck
Designing Woman (1957) .... Marilla Brown Hagen
Written on the Wind (1956) .... Lucy Moore Hadley
Blithe Spirit (1956) (TV) .... Elvira Condomine
"Ford Star Jubilee" 
- Blithe Spirit (1956) TV Episode .... Elvira
Blood Alley (1955) .... Cathy Grainger
... aka William A. Wellman's Blood Alley (USA: complete title) 
The Cobweb (1955) .... Meg Faversen Rinehart
"Producers' Showcase" 
- The Petrified Forest (1955) TV Episode .... Gaby
Woman's World (1954/I) .... Elizabeth Burns
... aka A Woman's World (USA) 
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) .... Schatze Page
"The Colgate Comedy Hour" 
... aka Colgate Summer Comedy Hour (USA: summer title) 
... aka Colgate Variety Hour (USA: sixth season title) 
... aka Michael Todd Revue (USA: subtitle) 
- Episode #4.4 (1953) TV Episode 
Bright Leaf (1950) .... Sonia Kovac
Young Man with a Horn (1950) .... Amy North
... aka Young Man of Music (UK) 
... aka Young Man with a Trumpet (Australia) 
Key Largo (1948) .... Nora Temple
Dark Passage (1947) .... Irene Jansen
The Big Sleep (1946) .... Vivian Sternwood Rutledge
Confidential Agent (1945) .... Rose Cullen
To Have and Have Not (1944) .... Marie 'Slim' Browning
... aka Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not (USA: complete title)

Authors Description: Lauren Bacall was born Betty Joan Perske on September 16, 1924 in New York City. Her parents were middle-class with her father working as a salesman and her mother as a secretary. They divorced when she was five. When she was a young school girl, Lauren originally wanted to be a dancer, but later became enthralled with acting so she switched gears to head into that field. She had studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, after high school, which enabled her to get her feet wet in some off-Broadway productions. Once out of school, Lauren entered modeling and, because of her beauty, appeared on the cover of Harper's Bazaar, one of the most popular magazines in the US. The wife of famed director, Howard Hawks spotted the picture in the publication and arranged with her husband to have Lauren take a screen test. As a result, which was entirely positive, she was given a part as Marie Browning in To Have and Have Not (1944), a thriller opposite the great Humphrey Bogart, when she was just 19 years old. This not only set the tone for a fabulous career, but also one of Hollywood's greatest love stories (she married him in 1945.) It was, also, the first of several Bogie-Bacall films. After 1945's Confidential Agent (1945), Lauren received second billing in The Big Sleep (1946) with Bogart. The mystery, in the role of Vivian Sternwood Rutledge, was a resounding success. Although she was making one film a year, each production would be eagerly awaited by the public. In 1947, again with her husband, Lauren starred in the thriller Dark Passage (1947). The film kept movie patrons on the edge of their seats. The following year she starred with Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, and Lionel Barrymore in Key Largo (1948). The crime drama was even more of a nail biter than the previous film. In 1950, Lauren played in Bright Leaf (1950), a drama set in 1894. It was a film of note because she appeared without her husband - her co-star was Gary Cooper. In 1953, Lauren appeared in her first comedy as Schatze Page in How to Marry a Millionaire (1953). The film, with co-stars Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable, was a smash hit all across the theaters of America. After filming Designing Woman (1957) which was released in 1957, Humphrey Bogart died on January 14, 1957 from throat cancer. Devastated at being a widow, Lauren returned to the silver screen with The Gift of Love (1958) in 1958 opposite Robert Stack. The production turned out to be a big disappointment. Not undaunted, Lauren moved back to New York City and appeared in several Broadway plays to huge critical acclaim. She was enjoying playing before live audiences and the audiences in turn enjoyed her fine performances. Lauren was away from the big screen for five years returning in 1964 to appear in Shock Treatment (1964) and Sex and the Single Girl (1964). The latter film was a comedy starring Henry Fonda and Tony Curtis. In 1966, Lauren starred in Harper (1966) with Paul Newman and Julie Harris. It was one of Newman's signature films. Alternating her time between films and the stage, Lauren returned in 1974's Murder on the Orient Express (1974). The film, based on Agatha Christie's best selling book was a huge hit. It, also, garnered Ingrid Bergman her third Oscar. Actually, the huge star studded cast helped to ensure its success. Two years later, in 1976, Lauren co-starred with John Wayne in The Shootist (1976). The film was Wayne's last - he died from cancer in 1979. In 1981, Lauren played an actress being stalked by a crazed admirer in The Fan (1981). The thriller was absolutely fascinating with Lauren in the lead role. After that production, Lauren was away from films, again, this time for seven years. In the interim, she again appeared on the stages of Broadway. When she returned, it was for the filming of 1988's Mr. North (1988). After Misery (1990), in 1990, and several made for television films, Lauren appeared in 1996's My Fellow Americans (1996). It was a wonderful comedy romp with Jack Lemmon and James Garner as two ex-presidents and their escapades.

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