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Mayo Methot Overview:

Actress, Mayo Methot, was born on Mar 3, 1904 in Portland, OR. Methot died at the age of 47 on Jun 9, 1951 in Multnomah, OR .

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Too Hard, Too Fast: The True Legacy of

By Emma on Jun 20, 2013 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

Her legacy today – although minimal and only to dedicated film buffs – is as the former “Mrs Bogart”. The one that caused, prolonged and hindered the famous affair between then husband Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and probably contributed to making it the romantics dream... Read full article


Too Hard, Too Fast: The True Legacy of

By Emma on Jun 20, 2013 From Lets Misbehave: A Tribute to Precode Hollywood

Her legacy today – although minimal and only to dedicated film buffs – is as the former “Mrs Bogart”. The one that caused, prolonged and hindered the famous affair between then husband Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall and probably contributed to making it the romantics dream... Read full article


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Mayo Methot Quotes:

Monty Barton: You won't think any less of me, Big Baby, fer forgettin' the ring?
Gladys Farrell: [Walking away from him] That's all right. When you shed your skin, send me the rattles.


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Mayo Methot Facts
Humphrey Bogart was a tough guy in films but suffered from the "battered husband" syndrome during his stormy seven-year marriage to Mayo. She was known around the Hollywood circuit for her excessive drinking and violent temper.

She performed with the Baker Stock Company in Portland, Oregon until 1922 when she left for to New York, to appear in "Great Day", "All the King's Men", "The Song and Dance Man", and "The Medicine Man", among other productions.

A strong Broadway presence in the 1920s before joining Warner Brothers in the 1930s.

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