Lauren Bacall: My Life with Humphrey Bogart

The Private Lauren Bacall: 'She Made the Past Present and the Present Past'

Lauren Bacall was the ultimate party guest.

At the courtyard party held each year at the famed Dakota building in New York City, Bacall would regale her neighbors with tales of her legendary life.

Bacall and Bogey: Their Best Moments Together Onscreen (VIDEO)

Lauren Bacall’s death Tuesday at the age of 89 was a blow to fans of Hollywood’s classic era.

The former Betty Joan Perske sashayed her way through any number of classic roles, though she said herself that her skill as an actress was frequently overshadowed by her relationship with Humphrey Bogart.

Lauren Bacall Dies

Katharine Hepburn Paid Tribute on 10th Anniversary of Her Death

Audrey Hepburn Cheek-to-Cheek with Oscar: PHOTO FLASHBACK

She went on to be nominated four more times – but Audrey Hepburn’s first Oscars was the night she brought home the gold.

The actress, nominated for her royal role in the 1953 romantic comedy Roman Holiday, was named Best Actress at the 1954 Academy Awards. Now, has a look back at that night and many other glamorous moments from Oscars’ past in a new gallery.

Bogie, Kate Lead the Pack

Humphrey Bogart and his “African Queen” co-star Katharine Hepburn led the American Film Institute’s list of the 50 greatest screen legends. (The legends had to begin their careers before 1950.) The roster was unveiled during a three-hour special Tuesday night on CBS. Cary Grant was No. 2 on the list of greatest male actors, followed in the Top Ten by James Stewart, Marlon Brando, Fred Astaire, Henry Fonda, Clark Gable, James Cagney, Spencer Tracy and Charlie Chaplin.