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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.

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Maddy Loves Her Classic Films kicks things off with a post on Lauren’s film debut, To Have and Have Not ( 1944 )

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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 )

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For his first of three entries, Movie Rob brings us The Shootist ( 1976 )

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Taking Up Room embarks on a fashion parade with her post on Designing Woman ( 1957 )

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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 )

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Hamlette’s Soliloquy has arrived at the party with Lauren Bacall in Designing Woman ( 1957 )

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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.

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  5. Sorry I couldn’t join in (I’d have love to). Just had a very hectic, tiring and stressful week. But, late last night, I quickly posted a couple of her quotes, as a Blog post. The least I could do. I love Bogie and Bacall.


  6. Hi Crystal, Hope you are feeling better. Am still sick for some reason (and doctors here are no help, am being my own doc.)
    I just wanted to send you reminder, my THE “OCTOBER BIRTHDAYZ” BLOGATHON, started yesterday. And am really looking forward to seeing your post on Angela Lansbury. No hurry, 10 more days for the month to end. 🙂


    1. Hey. I’m sorry to hear that you are still sick. I hope you feel better soon. I’m starting to feel a bit better, but I’m still very worried about all my health concerns. I have an ultrasound on Monday, which is fueling most of my worries at the moment. As for the blogathon, thanks for reminding me. I’m hoping to publish my post on the last day of October, which is Wednesday I think.

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