Tag Archives: Lauren Bacall
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) Sidney Lumet, Albert Finney, Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Young Man with a Horn (1950) Michael Curtiz, Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Biography, Drama, Music, Romance
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) Jean Negulesco, Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall, Comedy, Drama, Romance
Appointment with Death (1988) Michael Winner, Peter Ustinov, Lauren Bacall, Carrie Fisher, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Confidential Agent (1945) Herman Shumlin, Charles Boyer, Lauren Bacall, Victor Francen, Drama, Thriller
During the Spanish Civil War, a republican courier travels to England to try and buy coal. He meets with an amount of local hostility, while his life is at risk from those on the fascist side. Support comes from an unlikely if attractive quarter.
On 24 October 1955, the hard-work geologist of the Hadley Oil Company Mitch Wayne meets the executive secretary Lucy Moore in the office of her boss Bill Ryan in New York and invites her to go to a conference with the alcoholic playboy and son of a tycoon Kyle Hadley. On the way of the meeting, he confesses that they had traveled from Houston to New York to satisfy the wish of the reckless Kyle, who is his best friend since their childhood, of eating a sandwich from club 21 and the meeting was just a pretext to Kyle’s father Jasper Hadley. Mitch and Kyle immediately fall in love for Lucy, and Kyle unsuccessfully uses his money to impress Lucy; then he opens his heart and proposes Lucy. They get married and travel to Acapulco and the insecure Kyle stops drinking. Meanwhile, Kyle’s sister Marylee is an easy woman and has a non-corresponded crush on Mitch that sees her as a sister. One year later, Kyle discovers that he has a problem and might be sterile and starts drinking again.
Dark Passage (1947) Delmer Daves, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Film-Noir, Thriller
Bogart plays a man convicted of murdering his wife who escapes from prison in order to prove his innocence. Bogart finds that his features are too well known, and is forced to seek some illicit backroom plastic surgery. The entire pre-knife part of the film is shot from a Bogart’s-eye-view, with us seeing the fugitive for the first time as he starts to recuperate from the operation in the apartment of a sympathetic young artist (played by Bacall) for whom he soon finds affection. But what he’s really after is revenge.