Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Bacall puts the move on Bogey


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  1. She caught my eye with that little shimmy and shake!!

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    1. Mine too! And the look, followed by the genuine smile. Rawr!

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    2. That was just shortly after they met, in Bacall's first movie "To Have and Have Not" - Ernest Hemmingway's work. They were indeed smitten with each other on the set. She was only 19, he 45, and they were together until his death a dozen years later. Back in the days when public figures were still people.

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  2. Its funny, way back in the day that Hollywood actors (not actresses) had faces that were rather ordinary, some even a bit plain. The face you see everywhere you go in public. The actresses (then and now) were usually rather pretty. Lauren Bacall was a pretty woman and that husky voice - a hoochie mama ! :^)

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  3. Helen Keller could see Bacall was smitten with Bogey

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  4. A team of oxen could not drag me away from her if she ever gave me that look.

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  5. Man, even *I* could understand her message there, and I'm generally clueless about these things!

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  6. Old Hollywood featured women who acted like women, and men who acted like men. What a refreshing thing.

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    1. Speaking of which, "Ford v Ferrari" see it! Men being men.
      And "The Punisher" in a business suit.

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  7. Class act...

    Woman are the gatekeepers, keeps us men in check. Sorely missing in society nowadays.

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  8. The closing scene of a great movie.

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  9. lighter-haired spitting image of Liv Tyler in that clip.

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  10. "Come hither" arm-grab/press there at the end, too.

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