Tribute to Lauren Becall
Following the shocking news of the passing of Lauren Bacall, after suffering from a massive stroke at her home in Milwaukee in Wisconsin, is deep sorrow for the magnitude of the loss. However, it is a great gratitude and an opportunity to honor and remember her wonderful life and carrier
The screen legend, Oscar winning actress died at the age of eighty nine a day after the death by suicide of another Hollywood great actor, Robin Williams at the age of sixty three.
Starting her carrier in the Golden Age of Hollywood, Lauren Bacall featured in famous movies which included film noir with Bogart and wartime dramas, action movies with John Wayne, a comedy with Marilyn Monroe and a romance picture with Gregory Peck.
Her on and off-screen romance included the 1994 screen debut "To Have and Have Not,” where she met Bogart. In addition, the movie introduced her most popular phrase when she asked Bogart, “You know how to whistle, don’t you? You just put your lips together and blow.”
She also directed and featured with Barbra Streisand in the famous 1996 film, "The Mirror Has Two Faces." With her deep husky voice and gaze, she became a hot-scorching property both on Broadway and in Hollywood.
Bacall will be remembered for her true American beauty and her representation of the American style. She was bold, loyal, funny, adventurous and talented with a voice that touched many people all over the world. She was glamorous and had a deep sense of integrity and honesty and usually did what she felt was just and true to her, virtues of true designers and design and fashion schools. Her taste for women in fashion and designs couldn’t go unnoticed due to her strength and great taste in style inspiring several people especially the in fashion world.
Her laughter, voice and heart, Lauren Bacall was a true icon. Many people are lucky and happy to have known her. She will be remembered as on of the last legends of the great Golden age of Hollywood.