THE LAUREN BACALL BLOGATHON: A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL PARTICIPANTS

The Lauren Bacall Blogathon has now officially come to a close. This was my second time hosting a blogathon, and like the Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon that took place last month, it has proved to be just as exciting and successful with a plethora of classic film enthusiast bloggers coalescing to celebrate the late great Lauren Bacall.

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During the course of the past few days, I have received an array of fabulous entries that cover all aspects of Lauren’s life and illustrious career. Each and everyone of you has all done a commendable job of documenting in articles just how phenomenal Lauren Bacall really was.

I would like to say a big thank you to all who have participated. It’s been a super fun event, and you have all done Lauren proud. I look forward to the second annual Lauren Bacall Blogathon next year. See you all in 2016.

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Here’s to you Lauren. Thank you for all you have done.

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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 )

All Good Things: The Big Sleep ( 1946 )

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