LUCAS, Ohio -- As we remember Lauren Bacall, who just died of a stroke at the age of 89, many don't know she has a connection to Ohio.
Malabar Farm, in Lucas, Ohio, just outside of Mansfield, was where she and Humphrey Bogart were married and spent their honeymoon.
Bacall was known for starring in four films alongside then-husband actor Humphrey Bogart.
She was married to Humphrey Bogart at the age of 20 and appeared with him in several films, including "Key Largo," ""The Big Sleep," "Dark Passage" and "To Have and Have Not."
Bacall is survived by her three children.
Lauren, 20, and Humphrey, 45, held their wedding ceremony at Malabar Farm, the country home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield, a lifelong friend of Bogart's.
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The couple got married between the double staircases and the Paramount Newsreel cameras were there, even when they cut the cake. The breakfast nook of the "big house" is still decorated with photos of them and the same exact table where they cut their cake is there.
Tours of the historic site are available. The staircase they walked down, the original Steinway that played the wedding march, even the honeymoon suite. It's an eye-opener.
The folks at Malabar Farm are expecting more visitors due to Lauren Bacall's passing, remembering a pair Hollywood legends who tied the knot here in Ohio.
Watch the YouTube video of their wedding:
On Wednesday, WKYC Photojournalist Carl Bachtel visited the farmhouse where it all happened.
Here's what he found.
Bacall was a movie star from almost her first moment on the silver screen.
A fashion model and bit-part New York actress before moving to Hollywood at 19, Bacall achieved immediate fame in 1944 with one scene in her first film, "To Have and Have Not." Leaving Humphrey Bogart's hotel room, Bacall murmured:
"You don't have to say anything, and you don't have to do anything. Not a thing. Oh, maybe just whistle. You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow."
With that cool, sultry come-on, not only was a star born, but the beginning of a legend, her title burnished over the years with pivotal roles, signature New York wit, and a marriage to Bogart that accounted for one of the most famous Hollywood couples of all time.
The Academy-Award nominated actress received two Tonys, an honorary Oscar and scores of film and TV roles. But, to her occasional frustration, she was remembered for her years with Bogart and treated more as a star by the film industry than as an actress.
Bacall would outlive her husband by more than 50 years.
They were "Bogie and Bacall" — the hard-boiled couple who could fight and make up with the best of them. Unlike Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, Bogart and Bacall were not a story of opposites attracting but of kindred, smoldering spirits. She was less than half Bogart's age, yet as wise, and as jaded as he was.
They threw all-night parties, palled around with Frank Sinatra and others and formed a gang of California carousers known as the Holmby Hills Rat Pack, which Sinatra would resurrect after Bogart's death.