THE LAUREN BACALL BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

The day has finally come. The Lauren Bacall Blogathon has now arrived, and will be continuing on until Lauren Bacall’s Birthday on Wednesday September 16th.

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Below are the list of entries. I will be updating the page daily to exhibit all the submissions as they come in. I must say that everyone has put in an outstanding effort, and you have all done Lauren proud.

A big thank you to all who have participated, and I look forward to reading the entries. This is for you Lauren.

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THE LAUREN BACALL BLOGATHON ENTRIES:

The Last Drive In: Shock Treatment ( 1964 )

Serendipitous Anachronisms: Lauren Bacall’s Voice Work

Movie Movie Blog Blog: To Have And Have Not ( 1944 )

Love Letters To Old Hollywood: Designing Woman ( 1957 )

Matthew Bishop: Lauren Bacall’s Television Appearances

Marielle O’Neill Article Archive: Dark Passage ( 1947 )

B Noir Detour: The Big Sleep ( 1946 )

Speakeasy: The Cobweb ( 1955 )

The Wonderful World Of Cinema: Murder On The Orient Express ( 1974 )

Caftan Woman: The Shootist ( 1976 )

The Motion Pictures: Lauren Bacall’s autobiography. By Myself And Then Some

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog: Lauren Bacall and Harry Truman photo

Big V Riot Squad: Lauren Bacall and politics

Girls Do Film: To Have And Have Not ( 1944 )

Once Upon A Screen: The Mirror Has Two Faces ( 1996 )

Portraits By Jenni: Written On The Wind ( 1956 )

Critica Retro: Sex And The Single Girl ( 1964 )

Twenty Four Frames: Harper ( 1966 )

Movie Rob: Key Largo ( 1948 )

The Stop Button: Key Largo ( 1948 )

Make Mine Criterion: Health ( 1980 )

100 Films In A Year: Northwest Frontier ( 1959 )

Silver Screenings: How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )

Lu Mot Du Cinephiliaque: Misery ( 1990 )

Old Hollywood Films: Lauren Bacall: The Queen Of Noir

Movie Rob: The Mirror Has Two Faces ( 1996 )

Karavansara: Lions, Tigers, Monkeys And Dogs: Episode from The Rockford Files

Wolffian Classic Movies Digest: Blood Alley ( 1955 )

Mike’s Take On The Movies: The Shootist ( 1976 )

Moon In Gemini: Lauren Bacall’s bold venture with Humphrey Bogart on the radio

Musings Of An Introvert: Lauren Bacall in How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )

Classic Movie Hub: Behind The Scenes With Baby

Cinemaven’s Essays From The Couch: Lauren Bacall in Written On The Wind ( 1956 )

Goose Pimply All Over: The Mirror Has Two Faces ( 1996 )

Cinephilia: Written On The Wind ( 1956 )

Le Cinema Dreams: The Fan ( 1981 )

Movie Rob: Murder On The Orient Express ( 1974 )

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood: Lauren Bacall’s life story

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood: Lauren Bacall: A family remembrance

Defiant Success: The Bogart and Bacall collaborations

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies: Discovering Lauren Bacall

Mildred’s Fat Burgers: Young Man With A Horn ( 1950 )

Pop Culture Reverie: Appointment With Death ( 1988 )

Reel Distracted: To Have And Have Not ( 1944 )

Back To Golden Days: Woman’s World ( 1954 )

Musings Of An Introvert: Key Largo ( 1948 )

A Shroud Of Thoughts: The Shootist ( 1976 )

Smitten Kitten Vintage: How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )

365 Days 365 Classics: To Have And Have Not ( 1944 )

Lauren Champkin: To Have And Have Not ( 1944 )

The Cinematic Frontier: How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )

Marielle O’Neill Article Archive: Key Largo ( 1948 )

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47 thoughts on “THE LAUREN BACALL BLOGATHON HAS NOW ARRIVED

  1. Joe Thompson says:

    Hi Crystal. I finally finished reading every post and leaving a comment wherever it was allowed. Thank you for putting together this wonderful blogathon. And thank you to all my fellow bloggers for posting a great variety of interesting articles.

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