"My father wouldn’t talk to me about her [Lauren Bacall] until thirty years later, during my research for a television miniseries on his life. ‘I wanted to take care of her, and it got out of hand,’ he told me. ‘It shouldn’t have happened.’ […]
Shortly before my father died, my mother gave me an elegant molded silver flask. It was engraved ‘F.S’, and, in the opposite corner, ‘Love, WITCH’. Mom told me it was a gift to Dad - from Betty Bacall.”

- Tina Sinatra: My Father’s Daughter 

"My father wouldn’t talk to me about her [Lauren Bacall] until thirty years later, during my research for a television miniseries on his life. ‘I wanted to take care of her, and it got out of hand,’ he told me. ‘It shouldn’t have happened.’ […]

Shortly before my father died, my mother gave me an elegant molded silver flask. It was engraved ‘F.S’, and, in the opposite corner, ‘Love, WITCH’. Mom told me it was a gift to Dad - from Betty Bacall.”

- Tina Sinatra: My Father’s Daughter 

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