Doris' Remaining Costars

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Doris' Remaining Costars

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Since the subject of Doris' remaining costars has recently come up in 2 other threads in the PHOTOS and BOOKS forums, I thought I'd post this list here too.

Janis Paige
Kirk Douglas
Lauren Bacall
Bill Gray
Allyn Ann McLerie
Philip Carey
Martha Hyer
Louis Jourdan
Steve Forrest
John Gavin
Edie Adams
Ann D. Davis
James Garner
Polly Bergen
Rod Taylor
Dom Deluise
Irene Tsu
Robert Morse
Peter Graves
George Kennedy
Don Stroud
Pat Carroll
Barbara Hershey
Rose Marie
Paul Smith
Jackie Joseph
and many children from her films and TV show as well.

Those who have passed on within the last few years:

Elisabeth Fraser
John Raitt
Richard Widmark
Dick Martin
George Carlin
Alice Ghostley
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You forgot Cary Grant... I miss him, he was my favorite :cry:

Wow.. Lauren Bacall is still alive?? I didn't know that, I mostly just look up facts about Doris, not her costars...

This list is very impressive and cool John, thanks!
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BabeWilliams wrote:You forgot Cary Grant... I miss him, he was my favorite :cry:

Wow.. Lauren Bacall is still alive?? I didn't know that, I mostly just look up facts about Doris, not her costars...

This list is very impressive and cool John, thanks!
well Cary Grant died a long time ago - guess that's why he is not on the list - I miss him too :cry:

thanks for the list - intresting to see that there ARE a couple still living :lol:

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Megan

Not only is Lauren Bacall 'alive' - she has continued to work in some really good films right up to the present.

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I saw her in "The Mirror has Two Faces" with Barbra Streisand - I like it a lot.
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Theodomus wrote:I saw her in "The Mirror has Two Faces" with Barbra Streisand - I like it a lot.
me too - I love it - its FUN and Lauren Bacall is great in it (although I'm overall not a big LAuren Bacall Fan) - wish she would have gotten the Oscar for that!! :?

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Miss Bacall [like Miss Taylor and of course Miss Day] - has become incredibly close to her four legger friend in her later years and will not travel without her. She was a guest on a UK chat show about 2 years ago and was giving off about the UK quarantine laws that prevented her from 'bringing [up] baby' - to the UK when she had had no such problems taking her around the rest of Europe.

Lauren did a great film too recently with Woody Harrelson 'The Walker'.

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Oh I agree the little parts that I have seen of The Walker was great! I used to be a huge fan of Lauren Bacall and I was younger. When I was in NYC four years ago I even gave her doorman a fan letter at her apartment to give to her near Central Park. Desining Woman is a fun movie to watch her in also with Gregory Peck. :)
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Cool, I'll have to do some research!
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Oh I forgot to mention that Lauren Bacalls son Stephen Bogart has his own radio show called IconsRadioHour. It's on every sunday at 8pm or you could just download it off their website iconsradio.com. I only mention it because it's all about older films, great stars, and Stephen Bogart interviews many people who are related to old hollywood stars. It's a nice site if anyone is ever intrested.
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Thanks for that information - I will definitely check out iconradio. Sounds like its right up my alley !!
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I just saw on imdb that its DomDeLuise 75th birthday today :D

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Richard Harris died a couple of years ago. He was great in the Harry Potter movies; it is a shame he could not have completed them. If he had not abused himself so much with smoking and drinking, he might have been able to. Overall, other than Camelot, he really was not leading man material, especially romantic leading man.

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