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Spencer Tracy & Ernest Hemingway

Spencer Tracy and Ernest Hemingway spend time together during filming of The Old Man and the Sea - 1957

Ernest Hemingway with one of his many polydactyl cats

Ernest Hemingway with one of his many polydactyl cats

Ernest Hemingway's Cats Didn't Get In The Way Of His Manliness

Ernest Hemingway Would Be All For National Cat Day

Circa Ernest Hemingway watched by his wife Mary, feeds tit bits to the cat at dinner. Ernest Hemingway, US writer of novels and short stories and Nobel Prize winner, also a keen sportsman.

Hemingway & Cat (My feline companion is polydactyl or a "Hemingway Cat")

Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemingway was one of the more famous lovers of polydactyl cats, after being first given a six-toed cat by a ship's captain.

It took Mary Welsh Hemingway several months to admit that her husband's death was suicide; and it's taken nearly 50 years to piece together the reasons why this giant personality, this rumbustious man of action, this bullfighter, deep-sea fisherman, great white hunter, war hero, gunslinger and four-times-married, all-round tough guy, whom every red-blooded American male hero-worshipped, should do himself in. How could he? Why would he?

Cute Photo Of Cats Comfort In Warm Spots

Ernest Hemingway in Cuba in 1952. He was awarded the Nobel in 1954. When LIFE magazine published Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, in its entirety, in its September 1, 1952, issue, five million copies of the magazine were sold … in two days.

Ernest Hemingway in Cuba in He was awarded the Nobel in When LIFE magazine published Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, in its entirety, in its September issue, five million copies of the magazine were sold … in two days.

Ernest Hemingway having a drink with Lauren Bacall in Spain, 1959

Ernest Hemingway and Lauren Bacall in Spain, circa late Great Writer & the Great Actress Having Coffee Together.Oh, To Be A Fly On the Wall Here.What A Conversation It Must Have Been!

We Had Faces Then : Photo

Alain Delon in 'Le Samourai', 1967 directed by Jean-Pierre Melville (Film Noir)

#Charlie Chaplin and #Gandhi.

What a combination: the famous non-violence guru Mahatma Gandhi and the incomparable comedian, Charlie Chaplin. From the looks of it, Chaplin is succeeding in making Gandhi laugh.

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