The Second Lauren Bacall Blogathon has arrived. I am thrilled to be honoring the legendary Lauren Bacall for the next three days, and just in time for what would have been her 94th birthday on Sunday.
Bloggers: Once you have finished your entry, please submit your post via the comments section below, and I will link it as soon as I can. Thank you. I look forward to reading your articles.
This is for you Lauren.
THE LAUREN BACALL BLOGATHON ENTRIES
Maddy Loves Her Classic Films kicks things off with a post on Lauren’s film debut, To Have and Have Not ( 1944 )
The Story Enthusiast has arrived at the party with Lauren, Marilyn and Betty in How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )
The Midnight Drive-In talks about Blood Alley ( 1955 ). Lauren’s first collaboration with John Wayne.
Caftan Woman joins the party with Young Man With A Horn ( 1950 )
The Stop Button brings us Lauren and Bogie in their second film together, The Big Sleep ( 1946 )
For his first of three entries, Movie Rob brings us The Shootist ( 1976 )
Taking Up Room embarks on a fashion parade with her post on Designing Woman ( 1957 )
Movie Rob is back with his second of three posts on Lauren in Written On the Wind ( 1956 )
Love Letters To Old Hollywood joins the party with her Top Five Lauren Bacall performances.
Karavansara makes an entrance with Murder On the Orient Express ( 1974 )
For his third post, Movie Rob talks about the third Bogie and Bacall collaboration and one of my personal favorite films, Dark Passage ( 1947 )
Critica Retro pens a tribute to Lauren Bacall in Harper ( 1966 )
The Wonderful World of Cinema visits Bogie and Bacall in Key Largo ( 1948 )
Hamlette’s Soliloquy has arrived at the party with Lauren Bacall in Designing Woman ( 1957 )
Overture Books and Films writes about How To Marry A Millionaire ( 1953 )
Anybody Got A Match explores Lauren’s life and career after Humphrey Bogart.
No Nonsense With Nuwan Sen compiles a list of Lauren’s famous quotes.