A New Chapter in Lauren Bacall's Storied Life

Lauren Bacall has been a legend of stage and screen for more than 60 years. The actress has just released an updated version of her 1980 memoir, By Myself and Then Some. Bacall discusses growing up in New York, the thrill of early success and the struggles of being a working actress at 80.

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