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Guess What Iconic Phrase Lauren Bacall Invented

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 13.08.2014 | UK Entertainment

If Lauren Bacall's place in Hollywood history wasn't already assured, we shouldn't forget that she was as witty as she was beautiful, and was the firs...

Peace One Day 2012: Six Male Victims Of Domestic Violence

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 21.09.2012 | UK

It calls for a day of ceasefire and peace across the globe – and this year Peace One Day brings the thorny issue of domestic violence into its noble...

WATCH: 'Baby Got Back', As Sung By The Movies

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 16.08.2012 | UK Comedy

There's nothing we like more than a good old-fashioned singalong. (We tried to get one going on the bus to work this morning - but there were no taker...

Historic British Brand Aquascutum Has Now Gone Into Administration

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 16.06.2012 | UK

Aquascutum, the historic British clothing brand that has clad Winston Churchill and the Queen Mother in its erstwhile trench coats, has gone into admi...

Historic British Brand That Clothed Churchill And Queen Mother On Brink Of Collapse

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.04.2012 | UK

Aquascutum, the historic British clothing brand which has clad Winston Churchill and the Queen Mother in its erstwhile trenchcoats is on the brink of ...

Edinburgh: Playing It Again For Laughs?

Craig Cathcart | Posted 12.10.2011 | UK Entertainment
Craig Cathcart

Reliving killer lines got this reviewer thinking: can you - should you - claim authorship of something, the form and dramatic thrust of which are largely not your own? Is this merely the all-embracing apology for cultural retreads that is postmodernism, or should we be more upfront about it, lest it be called parasitical piggybacking? Why have your own gripping plot and sizzling dialogue, when you can borrow some of the best ever, rebox it as "homage", and watch the punters roll in?