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Originally posted 08/18/2014 07:00AM
From Iraq to Times Square, here are breathtaking images from around the globe
Originally posted 08/14/2014 09:45AM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr When Lauren Bacall, who died at her home in New York City on Monday, first met Humphrey Bogart on the set of 1944's To Have and Have Not, he was a married man.
Originally posted 08/13/2014 07:20PM
Lauren Bacall was the ultimate party guest.
Originally posted 08/13/2014 01:35PM
Originally posted 08/14/2014 03:10PM
Look back at her life and keep up on the latest news about the late screen legend
Originally posted 08/13/2014 02:50PM
Lauren Bacall's death Tuesday at the age of 89 was a blow to fans of Hollywood's classic era.
Originally posted 08/13/2014 08:30AM
Lauren Bacall admitted that her marriage to Humphrey Bogart, one of the great leading men of Hollywood, probably hampered her own movie career – to many directors, she was simply Bogie’s wife.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 11:35AM
From Non-Stop to Ernest & Celestine, here's what to see and what to skip in theaters this weekend.
Originally posted 06/29/2013 10:30AM
Saturday marks the 10th anniversary of the end of an era – the day the larger-than-life Katharine Hepburn died. She was 96.
To mark her many great screen accomplishments – not to mention the influence she exerted on independent people in her lifetime – LIFE.com presents 29 photos of the iconoclast on location for her classic 1951 movie with Humphrey Bogart, director John Huston's The African Queen.
Over time, the characters behind the camera seem to have become more fascinating than those before it, but to recap: the movie is a down-river adventure pairing Charlie Allnutt (Bogie), a disheveled trader with a boat to match (The African Queen), and Rose Sayer (Hepburn), an English spinster missionary. (Director Huston told her to play the role as though she were Eleanor Roosevelt.) And, yes, this mismatched couple fall in love.
Originally posted 02/25/2012 09:30AM
She went on to be nominated four more times – but Audrey Hepburn's first Oscars was the night she brought home the gold.
The actress, nominated for her royal role in the 1953 romantic comedy Roman Holiday, was named Best Actress at the 1954 Academy Awards. Now, Life.com has a look back at that night and many other glamorous moments from Oscars' past in a new gallery.
"I want to say thank you to everybody who in these past months and years have helped, guided and given me so much," Hepburn said on stage that night while accepting her award. "I'm truly, truly grateful – and terribly happy."
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