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Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall


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Also Known As: Died: August 12, 2014
Born: September 16, 1924 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (Do Not Use) (2011)
Oscar-winning cinematographer Jack Cardiff had a career that spanned nine decades of moving pictures, providing a number of timeless classics such as "The African Queen" and "The Red Shoes". Through his pioneering use of Technicolor photography, his work behind the camera altered the look of films p
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (Do Not Use) (2011)
Oscar-winning cinematographer Jack Cardiff had a career that spanned nine decades of moving pictures, providing a number of timeless classics such as "The African Queen" and "The Red Shoes". Through his pioneering use of Technicolor photography, his work behind the camera altered the look of films p
Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King (2008) as The Grand Witch
These Foolish Things (2007)
A love story set in pre-war London about a young woman struggling to emulate her mother's glittering career on the stage.
Walker, The (2007)
Carter Page is a well-heeled and popular socialite who serves as confidant, companion, and card partner to some of the capitol's leading ladies. These pampered women are married to the most powerful men in America, and when their husbands are too busy running the country to attend to their wives, th
Manderlay (2005)
Manderlay lay on a lonely plain somewhere in the deep south of the USA. It was in the year of 1933 that Grace and her father had left the township of Dogville behind them. Grace's father and his army of villains had spent the entire winter seeking out new hunting grounds in vain, and now they were h
Howl's Moving Castle (2004) as Voice (Usa)
Sophie, a diligent teenage girl working in her family''s hat shop, finds her life thrown into turmoil when she is literally swept off her feet by a handsome-but-mysterious wizard named Howl. This innocent encounter engages the vain and conniving Witch of the Waste, who transforms into a 90-year-old woman. Sophie''s efforts to break the curse bring her to Howl''s magical moving castle, where she befriends Markl, Howl''s apprentice, and the hot-headed fire demon Calcifer. Her love and support have a major impact on Howl, who can be maddeningly self-indulgent and singularly noble: He defies royal orders to participate in a meaningless war and risks his life to bring peace to the kingdom.
Birth (2004) as Eleanor
Anna is a young widow who is finally getting on with her life after the death of her husband, Sean. Now engaged to be married, Anna meets a ten-year-old boy who tells her he is Sean reincarnated. Though his story is both unsettling and absurd, Anna can't get the boy out of her mind. And much to the
Dogville (2003) as Ma Ginger
The beautiful fugitive, Grace, arrives in the isolated township of Dogville on the run from a team of gangsters. With some encouragement from Tom, the self-appointed town spokesman, the little community agrees to hide her and in return, Grace agrees to work for them. However, when a search sets in,
Get Bruce (1999) as Herself
Who do Robin Williams, Billy Crystal, Bette Midler and Whoopi Goldberg call the funniest man in Hollywood? A guy you've never heard of until now: Bruce Vilanch. Chances are, when a star needs a little (or a lot of) advice, they'll say two words: 'Get Bruce!' Vilanch has written for every type of aw
Venice Project, The (1999) as Countess Camilla Volta
A bored Count, his family, and his home on Venice's Grand Canal come under threat during the great annual Biennale art event.
Diamonds (1999) as Sin-Dee
In an effort to bond with his estranged son, Lance, elderly former prizefighter Harry Agensky takes his son and grandson on a road trip to Reno in search of 13 stolen diamonds, stashed away years ago. On the way there, the men visit a local brothel run by madame Sin-Dee, so that 15-year-old grandson
Jour et la nuit, Le (1997) as Sonia
An account about an aging literary lion, Alexandre, who has writer's block in Mexico.
Howard Hawks: American Artist (1997)
Portrait of American film director Howard Hawks known as a maverick within the commercial industry who had a fondness for creating sassy female characters who unsettle male universes.
Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story, The (1996)
A documentary on the life of Al Hirschfeld, the most famous, recognizable caricaturist of this century. Filmmaker Susan W. Dryfoos explores the 93-year old artist's life and career through a compilation of interviews with those who have been his subjects, insights from his late wife, Dolly Haas, pri
Mirror Has Two Faces, The (1996) as Hannah Morgan
Rose Morgan teaches a course in Romantic Literature at Columbia University, but doesn't have any romance in her own life. Passion is something she desperately longs for. Gregory Larkin, who teaches mathematics at the same university, has been hurt by passionate relationships and longs for a sexless
Bogart: The Untold Story (1996)
Stephen Bogart hosts this one-hour special on the life and career of his legendary father, Humphrey Bogart.
My Fellow Americans (1996) as Margaret Kramer
Two former Chief Executives, Russell Kramer and Matthew Douglas, who hate everything about each other -- but hate their lives out of the political limelight even more -- are thrown together and on the road. When a scandal brewing in the White House threatens to implicate both of them, Kramer and Douglas head out of the Beltway and into the real America to dodge the operatives who want to track them down. There, they learn a lot about the country that elected them -- a lot they never suspected -- as they get to the bottom of the scheme.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (1995) as Mrs Basil E Frankweiler
A wealthy art patron helps two runaway children uncover the secret behind a mysterious and valuable work of art. Based on the Newbery Award-winning children's book by E.L. Konigsburg.
Ready to Wear (1994) as Slim Chrysler--Ex-Fashion Editor
Story revolves around the lives of 50 characters, including designers, models, editors, photographers, buyers and groupies during the days of the March Pret-A-Porter (Ready to Wear) high-fashion trade shows in Paris.
Foreign Field, A (1994) as Lisa
On the 50th anniversary of D-Day, three Word War II veterans -- an American and two Englishmen -- return to Normandy to remember fallen comrades and look for a long-lost love.
The Portrait (1993) as Fanny Church
A young artist deals with her parents'''' aging when she comes home to paint them.
Kisses (1991) as Host
A special focusing on the history of the on-screen kiss.
Star For Two, A (1991)
Two lovers meet again after forty years apart and renew their relationship.
All I Want for Christmas (1991) as Lillian Brooks
This heartwarming made-for-TV holiday movie stars the legendary Mickey Rooney as a down on his luck, but cheerful old man. Barely getting by as a petty thief, Rooney''s life of crime is beginning to catch up with him. But when a young girl comes to believe that the elderly crook is Santa''s answer to her wish for a grandfather, the old man learns valuable lessons about life and love in the process of keeping the youngster''s dream alive.
Misery (1990) as Marcia Sindell
Directed by Rob Reiner, the Academy Award-winning film "Misery" (1990) stars James Caan as romance author Paul Sheldon. He rents a remote cabin so he can write the great American novel, but crashes his car during a raging blizzard, losing consciousness and breaking his legs. Kathy Bates won the Oscar for her portrayal of Annie Wilkes, a local woman who rescues him and just so happens to be his biggest fan. She cares for him tenderly until she finishes his latest book. Then she wants revenge. Oscar-winning screenwriter William Goldman adapted a Stephen King novel, creating a heart-stopping psychological thriller.
Dinner At Eight (1989) as Carlotta Vance
Based on the George S. Kaufman-Edna Ferber play and the 1933 MGM screenplay of the same title. Individuals from various strata of New York society are invited to a dinner party. A rash of cancellations and unexpected events turn the soiree into a disaster.
Tree of Hands (1989) as Marsha Archdale
Psychological thriller centering on a woman's attempt to cope with her son's tragic death, while her mother arrives on an ill-timed visit with her own remedies.
Bacall On Bogart (1988) as Narration
Lauren Bacall hosts this extraordinary documentary on her life on- and off-screen with her late husband, Humphrey Bogart.
Appointment with Death (1988) as Lady Westholme
Agatha Christie's Belgian detective Hercule Poirot finds his vacation trip to the Holy Land (Palestine circa 1937) interrupted when one of the members of his tour group is murdered at an archaeological dig, and Poirot must solve the crime before continuing with his holiday.
Bacall On Bogart (1988) as Host
Lauren Bacall hosts this extraordinary documentary on her life on- and off-screen with her late husband, Humphrey Bogart.
John Huston: The Man, The Movies, The Maverick (1988) as Herself
Robert Mitchum hosts this documentary featuring home movies and memorabilia from John Huston''''s films paint an inspiring portrait of the legendary director.
Gregory Peck: His Own Man (1988)
A "Crazy About the Movies" special presenting a biography of film star Gregory Peck, highlighted by clips from some of his classic films and interviews with friends and co-stars.
Mr. North (1988) as Mrs Amelia Cranston
Based on Thornton Wilder's last novel, a young man changes the lives of several inhabitants of Newport, Rhode Island during the summer of 1926.
Fan, The (1981) as Sally Ross
Stage and screen star Sally Ross is the object of the affection of a psychotic fan named Douglas Breen. Breen has been writing obsessive letters to the actress, and her secretary has been throwing them away. Feeling rejected, Breen begins stalking Sally, intent on getting rid of anyone who stands be
Health (1980)
Perfect Gentlemen (1978) as Lizzie Martin
Lauren Bacall made her TV-movie debut in this amusing caper film about three women with totally different backgrounds but sharing a common bond in that each needs a large sum of money and each has a husband in prison, and with the help of a safecracking old lady they pull off a million dollar heist.
The Shootist (1976) as Bond Rogers
A dying gunfighter tries to set his affairs in order.
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) as Mrs Hubbard
Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates the murder of a mysterious businessman during a luxurious train ride.
Harper (1966) as Mrs. Sampson
A broken-down private eye sets out to find a rich woman''''s missing husband.
Sex and the Single Girl (1964) as Sylvia Broderick
A journalist sets out to expose a female sex expert but falls for her instead.
Shock Treatment (1964) as Dr. Edwina Beighley
A private investigator endures the rigors of an insane asylum in order to locate $1 million in stolen loot.
Flame Over India (1960) as Catherine Wyatt
In northwestern India soon after the turn of the 20th Century, Moslem rebels seek to kill a six-year-old Hindu prince to end his family line. Captain Scott of the British Army is ordered to get the prince out of the region safely. Adventure ensues as Scott sneaks the child away, through Moslem-held territory, by train. Also on board are the boy's American governess, an arms merchant, a cynical reporter, and two upper class Britons.
The Gift of Love (1958) as Julie Beck
A dying woman arranges an adoption to leave her husband with some consolation.
Written on the Wind (1957) as Lucy Moore Hadley
A young woman marries into a corrupt oil family then falls for her husband''''s best friend.
Designing Woman (1957) as Marilla Hagen
A sportswriter and a fashion designer have a lot of adjusting to do when they marry in haste.
Blood Alley (1955) as Cathy Grainger
An American sailor breaks out of a Chinese jail and dodges Communist agents on the road to Hong Kong.
The Cobweb (1955) as Meg Faverson Rinehart
Inmates and staff at a posh asylum clash over love and lunacy.
Woman's World (1954) as Elizabeth Burns
An executive plans to fill a high-ranking position by interviewing the candidates'''' wives.
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) as Schatze Page
Three models pool their resources to rent a posh penthouse in hopes of snaring rich husbands.
Young Man with a Horn (1950) as Amy North
A young trumpet player is torn between an honest singer and a manipulative heiress.
Bright Leaf (1950) as Sonia Kovac
Two tobacco growers battle for control of the cigarette market.
Key Largo (1948) as Nora Temple
A returning veteran tangles with a ruthless gangster during a hurricane.
Dark Passage (1947) as Irene Jansen
A man falsely accused of his wife''''s murder escapes to search for the real killer.
Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946) as Herself
A runaway prince in disguise takes up with a taxi driver.
The Big Sleep (1946) as Vivian Rutledge
Private eye Philip Marlowe investigates a society girl's involvement in the murder of a pornographer.
Confidential Agent (1945) as Rose Cullen
A Spanish spy and an American heiress battle fascists in England.
To Have and Have Not (1944) as Marie Browning, also known as Slim
A skipper-for-hire's romance with a beautiful drifter is complicated by his growing involvement with the French resistance.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Katharine Hepburn: All About Me (1993) as Home Movie Footage Provider
In a rare interview, Katharine Hepburn shares her memories and memorabilia.

Cast (special)

New York at the Movies (2002) as Interviewee
Documentary about the films and filmmakers that have celebrated New York City.
Greta Garbo: A Lone Star (2001) as Narration
Profile of actress Greta Garbo, who rose to stardom from poverty in Sweden only to abandon her successful acting career at its peak.
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand (2001)
The American Film Institute honors Barbra Streisand with its Lifetime Achievement Award for her accomplishments both in front of and behind the camera.
Intimate Portrait: Judy Garland (2001) as Interviewee
Portrait of actor/singer/entertainer Judy Garland.
SAG Awards Show (2000) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
One-on-One With David Frost: Lauren Bacall (2000) as Interviewee
Actress Lauren Bacall shares her life story with David Frost. Bacall speaks of her rise to fame, the scars of childhood left by the father who abandoned her family, anti-Semitism on both coasts, the years of her marriage to Humphrey Bogart and her life today.
Man Who Had Everything, The (1999) as Narration
Profile of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Louis Bromfield (1896-1956).
Radio City Music Hall: The Story Behind the Showplace (1999) as Host
Documentary about Radio City Music Hall. The program explores the drama behind the men, the money and the movies that made the music hall the best-known theater in the world. Features film clips of the original opening, interviews with musicians, designers and the Rockettes.
Intimate Portrait: Lauren Bacall (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of the life and career of actress Lauren Bacall.
56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1999) as Presenter
Coverage of the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Intimate Portrait: Anjelica Huston (1998) as Narration
Documentary on the life and career of Oscar-winning actor and director, Anjelica Huston.
Etosha, Africa's Untamed Wilderness (1998) as Narration
Nature documentary on Africa's Etosha, a vast and ancient land of seasonal paradox. During the blooming of the wet season, animals thrive, but the inevitable heat, drought and thirst put all life at risk, except for that of the opportunistic vultures.
55th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Live telecast of the 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards, which honors both television television and motion picture achievements. All active members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association vote for the 24 categories, which consist of 13 motion picture awards and 11 television awards.
Oscar Levant: Brillant Shadow (1997) as Interviewee
Biographical documentary of musician and comedian Oscar Levant.
Kennedy Center Honors, The (1997) as Honoree
Presentation of the 20th annual Kennedy Center Honors.
Broadway '97: Launching the Tonys (1997) as Presenter
Special complementing CBS's presentation of the 51st Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater. The special features highlights of the 1996-97 Broadway season, including scenes from productions and interviews with actors and artists. Also included is the live presentation of te
54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 54th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring achievement in film and television.
Music of Kander and Ebb: Razzle Dazzle, The (1997)
Performance documentary on the songwriting team of John Kander and Fred Ebb whose 35-year collaboration has produced Broadway and movie classics such as "Chicago," "Cabaret," "New York, New York," "Woman of the Year," and "Kiss of the Spider Woman."
49th Annual Tony Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 49th Annual Tony Awards, honoring excellence in the Broadway theater.
16th Annual CableACE Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 16th Annual CableACE Awards, honoring excellence in cable television.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1994)
Broadcast of the seventeenth annual "The Kennedy Center Honors," a tribute to the lifetime achievement of select performing artists. The 1994 honorees are actor Kirk Douglas, pop and soul singer Aretha Franklin, composer Morton Gould, theater producer and director Harold Prince, and folk singer and
Leonard Bernstein: The Gift of Music (1993) as Narration
Compilation of film clips of composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein at work.
50th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1993)
A live telecast of the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring the best in movies and television during 1992.
American Reunion: New Beginnings, Renewed Hope, An (1993)
A special featuring entertainment stars performing in the first and largest presidential inaugural event.
Leonard Bernstein's 75th (1993)
A concert from Lincoln Center commemorating the 75th birthday of the late composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein.
Whole Shebang, The (1993) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A telecast of a play about a special student who goes before a board of his Dean and professors to discuss the success of his unusual thesis project: the creation of the heavens and earth. The student arranges for two typical specimens of human life to be in attendance and answer questions about th
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1993)
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
Parallax Garden, The (1993) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about a woman having trouble dealing with the fact that her husband left her for a younger woman.
Avenue Z Afternoon (1992) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A comedy about a woman who proves she is capable of taking care of herself when a street punk invades her home.
I Remember You (1992) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about a couple who tries to rekindle a romance of twenty years earlier.
Full Wax, The (1992)
A four-part program in which comedian Ruby Wax conducts comic interrogations of her guest stars.
Alistair Cooke Salute, The (1992)
A tribute to Alistair Cooke, airing shortly after his last appearance as the 22-year host of "Masterpiece Theatre." Includes testimonials and program clips.
Hale the Hero (1992) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about the Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale.
Merry Christmas, Baby (1992) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about a couple whose troubled relationship leads to a fierce argument on Christmas day.
Ice Queen's Mittens, The (1991) as Voice Of Freezelda
An animated special telecast as a segment of "HBO Storybook Musicals." The Ice Queen asks her henchman to fetch three kittens so she can have fur to make her mittens.
Clara (1991) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about a man who is forced to face the circumstances surrounding the brutal murder of his daughter and his own repressed feelings of racial prejudice.
Unpublished Letters (1991) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about a young man who, while attending his father's funeral, meets the half-sister he never knew and learns something important about acceptance and forgiveness.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1991)
A broadcast of the fourteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1991 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are country music singer Roy Acuff, the musical comedy writer-performers Betty Comden and Adolph Green, the acrobatic tap dancers Fayard and Har
19th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Kirk Douglas, The (1991)
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its coveted Life Achievement Award to actor Kirk Douglas.
It's Called the Sugar Plum (1991) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A comedy about a pair of zany, mismatched college students who find love after he inadvertantly kills her boyfriend.
Last Act Is a Solo, The (1991) as Host ("General Motors Playwrights Theater")
A drama about an aging actress and the theater director who offers her one last chance for a career comeback.
Hope For the Tropics (1991) as Host
A documentary examining tropical rain forests in Costa Rica and the experimental programs and ideas devoted to their preservation.
Edward R. Murrow: This Reporter (1990)
A two-part documentary on journalist Edward R. Murrow. This program explores his life through archival recordings, film clips and interviews with contemporary journalists. Broadcast as a presentation of the series "American Masters."
Adlai Stevenson: The Man From Libertyville (1990)
A documentary chronicling the significance and impact of the political career of Adlai Stevenson.
That's What Friends Are For (1990)
A benefit concert for the Gay Men's Health Crisis and AIDS organizations nationwide as well as celebrating the 15th anniversary of Arista Records.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1990)
A broadcast of the thirteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1990 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, actress Katharine Hepburn, opera singer Rise Stevens, composer Jule Styne and film director Billy Wilder.
Richard Burton: In From the Cold (1989)
A two-part documentary examining the life and career of actor Richard Burton, who died in 1984. Included are clips from Burton's stage and screen performances and interviews with family members.
American Film Institute Salute to Gregory Peck, The (1989)
The American Film Institute (AFI) presents its 17th Annual Distinguished Life Achievement Award to actor Gregory Peck. The special was taped on March 9, 1989 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
From the Heart... The First International Very Special Arts Festival (1989)
A variety special taped at the Kennedy Center in Washington, at the closing gala for the First International Very Special Arts Festival, celebrating the achievements of physically and mentally handicapped artists.
Bernstein at 70 (1989)
Celebrities from Broadway and classical and pop music join the Boston Symphony Orchestra at their summer home, the Tanglewood Music Festival, in a gala seventieth birthday salute to the American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.
Secrets Women Never Share (1987)
Merv Griffin hosts this special which features intimate interviews with six female stars.
59th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1987)
Live coverage of the fifty-ninth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
American Film Institute Salute to John Huston, The (1983) as Host
The American Film Institute presents its 11th Annual Distinguished Life Achievement Award to director, screenwriter and actor, John Huston, at a black-tie dinner at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on March 3, 1983.
Parade of Stars (1983) as Guest
Celebrities perform in a benefit for the Actor's Fund Charity in a program that recalls vaudeville's golden age.
Wayne Newton Special, The (1982)
An hour of music and song taped in Las Vegas and New York City, hosted by entertainer Wayne Newton.
Circus of the Stars (1979) as Ringmaster
Another installment of an irregular series of specials in which show business personalities perform circus acts.
Happy Endings (1975) as Catherine (Segment 1)
Four comical views of contemporary American life.
Applause (1973) as Margo Channing
The musical story of Eve Harrington, a sugar-coated aspiring actress with a heart of iron who schemes her way into the confidence of a Broadway star whom she uses to become a star herself.
Petrified Forest, The (1955) as Gabby Maple
The story of Alan Squire, a drifter who becomes involved with Gabby Maple, the daughter of an Arizona diner owner, and a gang of escaped convicts led by Duke Mantee as they seize the diner for a hideout. Based on the play by Robert E. Sherwood. "The Petrified Forest" was also seen as a segment of "

Music (special)

Bernstein at 70 (1989) as Song Performer ("The Saga Of Lenny")
Celebrities from Broadway and classical and pop music join the Boston Symphony Orchestra at their summer home, the Tanglewood Music Festival, in a gala seventieth birthday salute to the American composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.

Cast (special)

Too Rich: the Secret Life of Doris Duke (1999) as Doris Duke--From Age 70
Dramatization of the life of eccentric heiress Doris Duke who, at the age of thirteen, inherited $100 million from her tobacco millionaire father Buck Duke. The bond between Doris and her father was powerful but he taught Doris that she could trust no one. Her mother Nanaline rejected Doris from the

Cast (short)

1955 Motion Picture Theatre Celebration (International) (1955)
This short features theatrical trailers of original musicals released by MGM in 1955 and visits the sets of films still in production.
Motion Picture Theatre Celebration (1955) (1955)
This short features theatrical trailers of original musicals released by MGM in 1955 and visits the sets of films still in production.

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