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Actress Lauren Bacall, who starred in such films as ”The Big Sleep,” “Key Largo,” “To Have and Have Not,” “How to Marry a Millionaire” and “Designing Woman,” has died at age 89, according to the estate of her late husband, Humphrey Bogart. More on her life and career.
First photo: Bogart and Bacall arrive at L.A.’s Union Station after marrying in Ohio in 1945. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Second photo: Bogart and Bacall at the 1952 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Third photo: Bogart and Bacall arriving at the 1955 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Fourth photo: Bogart, Bacall and their son Stephen before departing for Honolulu from LAX. Credit: Los Angeles Times
latimes:

Actress Lauren Bacall, who starred in such films as ”The Big Sleep,” “Key Largo,” “To Have and Have Not,” “How to Marry a Millionaire” and “Designing Woman,” has died at age 89, according to the estate of her late husband, Humphrey Bogart. More on her life and career.
First photo: Bogart and Bacall arrive at L.A.’s Union Station after marrying in Ohio in 1945. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Second photo: Bogart and Bacall at the 1952 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Third photo: Bogart and Bacall arriving at the 1955 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Fourth photo: Bogart, Bacall and their son Stephen before departing for Honolulu from LAX. Credit: Los Angeles Times
latimes:

Actress Lauren Bacall, who starred in such films as ”The Big Sleep,” “Key Largo,” “To Have and Have Not,” “How to Marry a Millionaire” and “Designing Woman,” has died at age 89, according to the estate of her late husband, Humphrey Bogart. More on her life and career.
First photo: Bogart and Bacall arrive at L.A.’s Union Station after marrying in Ohio in 1945. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Second photo: Bogart and Bacall at the 1952 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Third photo: Bogart and Bacall arriving at the 1955 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Fourth photo: Bogart, Bacall and their son Stephen before departing for Honolulu from LAX. Credit: Los Angeles Times
latimes:

Actress Lauren Bacall, who starred in such films as ”The Big Sleep,” “Key Largo,” “To Have and Have Not,” “How to Marry a Millionaire” and “Designing Woman,” has died at age 89, according to the estate of her late husband, Humphrey Bogart. More on her life and career.
First photo: Bogart and Bacall arrive at L.A.’s Union Station after marrying in Ohio in 1945. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Second photo: Bogart and Bacall at the 1952 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Third photo: Bogart and Bacall arriving at the 1955 Academy Awards. Credit: Los Angeles Times. Fourth photo: Bogart, Bacall and their son Stephen before departing for Honolulu from LAX. Credit: Los Angeles Times
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