1. some dogs look so deliciously Slumped with their chubby cheeks.

    strange that one would notice dogs when Bacall is in the room.

    but he’s looking straight at the camera (like a good Hollywood-trained dog)

  2. “Our house is a very, very, very, very, very fine house… With two cats in the yard. Life used to be so *ha-ard*, now everything is easy ’cause of you”! These picures remind me of that (sentimental) lyric; particularly the second which is so warm. Great find, Ms Vickie… (yep, as usual :))

  3. Make me the third to notice the dogs. Not only because I love them but they seem to be the only relaxed elements in an otherwise rather staged photo…Madame Bacall looks quite bored by the proceedings…?

  4. To be fair, it’s Madame Bacall…she often looks bored! 😉
    As for the dogs… What dogs?! Bwahahaha!

      • Oh, Heather… Nonsense, you are right! I hope I haven’t offended you with my “jokes”, dear lady :-[

      • Mr. Kaplan, I started my professional life as a theatre actress in NYC…I don’t offend easily. 😉

  5. Today in Film: THE BIG SLEEP premiered 23 August, 1946, directed. by Howard Hawks.The second of four films with Bogie and Bacall. Raymond Chandler’s Philip Marlowe… Martha Vickers…

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