U.S. actress Lauren Bacall and U.S. country singer Lyle Lovett (R) attend French designer Jean Paul Gaultier's Autumn-Winter 1994 ready-to-wear fashion show in Paris, in this file picture taken March 6, 1994. REUTERS/Christine Grunnet/Files
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Lauren Bacall, the sultry actress with the heavy-lidded eyes and husky voice who captured Humphrey Bogart's heart both on and off the movie screen, died on Tuesday at the age of 89 .Bacall had set out to be a Broadway star.Bacall and Bogart were married the next year after he ended his turbulent third marriage to actress Mayo Methot. Bacall and Bogart went on to star together in "The Big Sleep" (1946), "Dark Passage" (1947) and "Key Largo" (1948). After Bogart's death in 1957 at age 57, Bacall had a well-publicized affair with Frank Sinatra and a stormy eight-year marriage to actor Jason Robards that produced a son, Sam, who would become an actor.Bacall won the Golden Globe and several other honors for the role but the Oscar continued to elude her.After her film career cooled, Bacall returned to the stage.
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