Video: Lauren Bacall’s memorable roles

Lauren Bacall, the movie legend known for her talent as much as her looks, has died at 89. Here we revisit just a few of the scenes from the films that launched her career.

'To Have and Have Not' | 1944

Based on Ernest Hemingway's novel of the same name, the adventure romance stars Lauren Bacall as Marie "Slim" Browning, a lounge singer who becomes the desire of expatriate American Harry Morgan, played by Humphrey Bogart.

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'The Big Sleep' | 1946

In this noir thriller, Lauren Bacall plays Mrs. Vivian Rutledge alongside Humphrey Bogart, who plays private detective Philip Marlowe. The pair become entangled in a complicated case, and then in each other's arms.

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'Dark Passage' | 1947

Lauren Bacall plays artist Irene Jansen, who takes in a man convicted of murdering his wife in this film noir. The man, played by Humphrey Bogart, teams up with Bacall's character to prove his innocence.

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'Key Largo' | 1948

Crime drama "Key Largo" marked the fourth and final film that Lauren Bacall and husband Humphrey Bogart starred in together. The story centers on Bogart, who plays an ex-major in for a surprise when he returns to Hotel Largo to find a gangster in charge.

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'How to Marry a Millionaire' | 1953

Alongside Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall played Schatze Page, just one of the women on a mission to marry rich and find true love in the romantic comedy.

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'Written on the Wind' | 1956

The American drama '"Written on the Wind" follows Lauren Bacall as secretary Lucy Moore Hadley, who finds herself enveloped by marital issues when she marries an alcoholic playboy, portrayed by Robert Stack.

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