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Humphrey Bogart

Bogart in 1946
Born Humphrey DeForest Bogart
December 25, 1899(1899-12-25)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Died January 14, 1957 (aged 57)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1921–1956
Spouse(s) Helen Menken (1926–1927) (divorced)
Mary Philips (1928–1937) (divorced)
Mayo Methot (1938–1945) (divorced)
Lauren Bacall (1945–1957) (his death) 2 children
Official website
.Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957)[1][2] was an American actor.^ Actors: Humphrey Bogart , Michèle Morgan , Claude Rains , Sydney Greenstreet , Peter Lorre , Philip Dorn .
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^ Actors: Humphrey Bogart , John Derek , George Macready , Allene Roberts , Susan Perry .
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^ Actors: Humphrey Bogart , Alexis Smith , Sydney Greenstreet , Rose Hobart , Charles Drake .
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.He has been called a cultural icon.^ He has been called a cultural icon .
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.After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s.^ After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s.
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^ Bit it was only with the Broadway production of The Petrified Forest (1934) and his selection to play the same role in the movie (1936) that Bogart began to develop a special persona.
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^ Though he started his career as a good but hardly great Broadway stage player and B-movie actor during the 1920s and 1930s, Bogart's later accomplishments have given him iconic status around the world.

.When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to film.^ When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to film.
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^ Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin, U.S.A. , in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate.
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^ He and Bogart became friends, and he promised to help Bogart reprise his role if Hollywood made the play into a film.

.His first great success was as Duke Mantee in The Petrified Forest (1936), and this led to a period of typecasting as a gangster with films such as Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) and B-movies like The Return of Doctor X (1939).^ In 1936, the movie version of The Petrified Forest came out.
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^ The film version of The Petrified Forest was released in 1936.
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^ Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) .
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.His breakthrough came in 1941, with High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon. The next year, his performance as Rick Blaine in Casablanca (1942) raised him to the peak of his profession and at the same time, cemented his trademark film persona, that of the hard-boiled cynic who ultimately shows his noble side.^ The next time was a year later.

^ The next year, his performance as Rick Blaine in Casablanca (1942) raised him to the peak of his profession and at the same time, cemented his trademark film persona, that of the hard-boiled cynic who ultimately shows his noble side.
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^ The Maltese Falcon is a film about desire.
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.Other successes followed, including To Have and Have Not (1944), The Big Sleep (1946), Dark Passage (1947), and Key Largo (1948), with his wife Lauren Bacall; The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948); The African Queen (1951), for which he won his only Academy Award; Sabrina (1954), and The Caine Mutiny (1954).^ Later career Between 1943 and 1951 Bogart starred in many other films including The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) and Key Largo (1948).

^ Later Career Between 1943 and 1951 Bogart starred in many other films including The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) and Key Largo (1948).

^ The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) (Bonus materials available separately) .
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.His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956).^ The Harder They Fall (1956) more movies like this .
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^ Mark Robson 's The Harder They Fall (1956) was his last film.
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^ His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956).
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.During a film career of almost thirty years, he appeared in 75 feature films.^ During a film career of almost thirty years, he appeared in 75 feature films .
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^ In all, he appeared in 75 feature motion pictures.
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^ Bogie made 75 feature films, although many of them were "lousy" (As Bogart himself said, "I made more lousy pictures than any actor in history").

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Early life

.Bogart was born in New York City, the first child of Belmont DeForest Bogart (July 1867, Watkins Glen, New York – September 8, 1934, Tudor City apartments, New York, New York) and Maud Humphrey (1868 – 1940).^ Birth and Early Life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English, Dutch and some Spanish ancestry.

^ Birth and early life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English and distant Dutch ancestry.

^ He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart on 25 December 1899 in New York City, New York, the son of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey.
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.Belmont and Maud were married in June 1898. His father's ancestors were of Dutch, English, and Spanish origin.^ His father's ancestors were of Dutch , English , and Spanish origin.
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^ Belmont and Maud were married in June 1898.
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^ Birth and Early Life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English, Dutch and some Spanish ancestry.

.November 2009" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] Bogart is a Dutch name meaning “orchard”.^ Bogart is a Dutch name meaning “orchard”.
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[5] .His mother's family were largely of English descent and to a lesser extent Welsh.^ His mother's family were largely of English descent and to a lesser extent Welsh .
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.November 2009" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] Bogart's father was a Presbyterian, while his mother was an Episcopalian.^ His father was a Republican and a Presbyterian, while his mother was a Tory and an Episcopalian; Bogart was raised in his mother's Episcopal church.

^ Father: Belmont Bogart (1867-1934), mother: Maud Humphrey (March 30, 1865 in Rochester, NY-1940), sisters: Frances Bogart (1901-?
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^ Bogart's father was a Presbyterian , while his mother was an Episcopalian .
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.Bogart was raised in his mother's faith.^ Bogart was raised in his mother's faith.
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^ His father was a Republican and a Presbyterian, while his mother was a Tory and an Episcopalian; Bogart was raised in his mother's Episcopal church.

[6]
.Bogart's birthday has been a subject of controversy.^ Bogart's birthday has been a subject of controversy.

It was long believed that his birthday on Christmas Day 1899, was a Warner Bros. fiction created to romanticize his background, and that he was really born on January 23, 1899, a date that appears in many references. .However, this story is now considered baseless: although no birth certificate has ever been found, his birth notice did appear in a New York newspaper in early January 1900, which supports the December 1899 date, as do other sources, such as the 1900 census.^ Although no birth certificate has ever been found to settle the issue conclusively, his birth notice did appear in a Boston newspaper in early January 1900, which would support the December 1899 date.
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^ December 1899 , New York City, New York, USA more Date of Death: .
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^ However, this story is now considered baseless: although no birth certificate has ever been found, his birth notice did appear in a Boston newspaper in early January 1900, which supports the December 1899 date.

[7]

Childhood

.Bogart's father, Belmont, was a surgeon specializing in heart and lungs.^ Childhood Bogart's father, Belmont, was a successful surgeon.

^ Bogart's father, Belmont, was a surgeon specializing in heart and lungs.
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^ Bogart's father was a successful surgeon.
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.His mother, Maud Humphrey, was a commercial illustrator, who received her art training in New York and France, including study with James McNeill Whistler, and who later became artistic director of the fashion magazine The Delineator.^ His mother, Maud Humphrey, was a commercial illustrator, who received her art training in New York and France , including study with James McNeill Whistler , and who later became artistic director of the fashion magazine The Delineator .
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^ His mother, Maud Humphrey, was a very successful commercial illustrator.
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^ Birth and Early Life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English, Dutch and some Spanish ancestry.

She was a militant suffragette.[8] .She used a drawing of baby Humphrey in a well-known ad campaign for Mellins Baby Food.^ She used a drawing of baby Humphrey in a well-known ad campaign for Mellins Baby Food.
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^ Indeed, she used a drawing of baby Humphrey in a well-known ad campaign for Mellins Baby Food.

^ Maud Bogart's drawing of her baby Humphrey appeared in a national advertising campaign for Mellin's Baby Food, not as often erroneously reported, for Gerber.
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[9] .In her prime, she made over $50,000 a year, then a vast sum, far more than her husband's $20,000 per year.^ In her prime, she made over $50,000 a year as an illustrator, then a vast sum for a woman to earn (or a man for that matter).
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^ In her prime, she made over $50,000 a year as an illustrator, then a vast sum.

^ In her prime, she made over $50,000 a year, then a vast sum, far more than her husband's $20,000 per year.
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[10] .The Bogarts lived in a fashionable Upper West Side apartment, and had an elegant cottage on a fifty-five acre estate in upstate New York on Canandaigua Lake.^ The Bogarts lived in a fashionable Upper West Side apartment, and had a cottage in upstate New York.
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^ The Bogarts lived in a fashionable Upper West Side apartment, and had an elegant cottage on a fifty-five acre estate in upstate New York on Canandaigua Lake .
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^ Bogart was born in New York City , the first child of Belmont DeForest Bogart (July 1867, Watkins Glen, New York – September 8, 1934, Tudor City apartments, New York, New York ) and Maud Humphrey (1868 – 1940).
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.As a youngster, Humphrey's gang of friends at the lake would put on theatricals.^ As a youngster, Humphrey's gang of friends at the lake would put on theatricals.
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[11]
.Humphrey was the oldest of three children; he had two younger sisters, Frances and Catherine Elizabeth (Kay).^ Humphrey was the oldest child of three.

^ Humphrey was the oldest of three children; he had two younger sisters, Frances and Catherine Elizabeth (Kay).
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^ Humphrey was the oldest of three children.

[9] .His parents were very formal, busy in their careers, and frequently fought—resulting in little emotion directed at the children, "I was brought up very unsentimentally but very straightforwardly.^ His parents were very formal, busy in their careers, and frequently fought—resulting in little emotion directed at the children, "I was brought up very unsentimentally but very straightforwardly.
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^ It's up to the Merchant Marines to make sure the rest of the fighting forces get their weapons, so if guys like Pulaski pull out, who will take care of business?
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^ He said it dishonoured them because if they gave you so little care for your own life, then they didn't leave you with very much."

.A kiss, in our family, was an event.^ A kiss, in our family, was an event.
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.Our mother and father didn’t glug over my two sisters and me."^ Our mother and father didn’t glug over my two sisters and me."
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^ There's a story about my father where my mother was coming out of a bedroom in "To Have or Have Not" or "The Big Sleep" and she was supposed to come out of the bedroom and my father would be in the other room.
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^ My point being my only picture of my father was in the movies, I really didn't know him well enough to answer your question.
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[12] As a boy, Bogart was teased for his curls, his tidiness, the "cute" pictures his mother had him pose for, the Little Lord Fauntleroy clothes she dressed him in—and the name "Humphrey."[13] From his father, Bogart inherited a tendency for needling people, a fondness for fishing, a life-long love of sailing, and an attraction to strong-willed women.[14]

Education

.The Bogarts sent their son to private schools.^ The Bogarts sent their son to private schools.
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^ Hoping that their son would eventually be bound for Yale rather than Broadway or Hollywood, the Bogarts sent their son to such posh halls of academia as Trinity School and Phillips Academy at Andover, Mass., where he was prepping for medical school.
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^ New York City, Humphrey Bogart was sent to prep school for medical studies but was expelled.
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Humphrey began school at the Delancy school until fifth grade when he was enrolled in Trinity School.[15] He was an indifferent, sullen student who showed no interest in after-school activities.[16] .Later he went to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts, where he was admitted based on family connections.^ School The Bogarts sent their son to the Trinity School in New York and then to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts.

^ Later he went to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy , in Andover, Massachusetts , where he was admitted based on family connections.
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^ The Bogarts sent their son to the Trinity School in New York and then to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts.

[17] .They hoped he would go on to Yale, but in 1918, Bogart was expelled.^ They hoped he would go on to Yale , but in 1918, Bogart was expelled.
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^ They hoped he would go on to Yale, but in 1918, Bogart was expelled from Phillips Academy.

^ Cast adrift at eighteen years of age, Bogart joined the Navy in 1918, hoping to see action in the Atlantic and a different kind of action in Paris.

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.The details of his expulsion are disputed: one story claims that he was expelled for throwing the headmaster (alternatively, a groundskeeper) into Rabbit Pond, a man-made lake on campus.^ The details of his expulsion are disputed.
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^ One story says that he was expelled for throwing a janitor into the local pond, while others say that he was expelled for smoking and drinking.
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^ One story says that he was expelled for throwing the headmaster into Rabbit Pond, a man-made lake located behind the Andover Inn, while others say it was for smoking and drinking.

.Another cites smoking and drinking, combined with poor academic performance and possibly some intemperate comments to the staff.^ Another cites smoking and drinking, combined with poor academic performance and possibly some intemperate comments to the staff.
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^ His study habits were erratic and his grades were low, and he may have hastened his departure with some intemperate comments to the staff.

^ His study habits were erratic and his grades low, and he may have hastened his departure by some intemperate comments to those in authority.
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.It has also been said that he was actually withdrawn from the school by his father for failing to improve his academics, as opposed to expulsion.^ It has also been said that he was actually withdrawn from the school by his father for failing to improve his academics, as opposed to expulsion.
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.In any case, his parents were deeply dismayed by the events and their failed plans for his future.^ In any case, his parents were deeply dismayed by the events and their failed plans for his future.
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Navy

.Coming up with no other career options, Bogart followed his love for the sea and enlisted in the United States Navy in the spring of 1918. He recalled later, “At eighteen, war was great stuff.^ Coming up with no other career options, Bogart followed his love for the sea and enlisted in the United States Navy in the spring of 1918.
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^ He recalled later, “At eighteen, war was great stuff.
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^ Bogart traded in his chance at a graduation cap for a sailor's cap by enlisting in the U.S. Navy in the spring of 1918.
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Paris! French girls! .Hot damn!”[20] Bogart is recorded as a model sailor who spent most of his months in the navy after the Armistice was signed, ferrying troops back from Europe.^ Hot damn!” [ 20 ] Bogart is recorded as a model sailor who spent most of his months in the navy after the Armistice was signed, ferrying troops back from Europe.
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^ Bogart traded in his chance at a graduation cap for a sailor's cap by enlisting in the U.S. Navy in the spring of 1918.
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^ He was an antiquated juvenile who spent most of his stage life in white pants swinging a tennis racquet.
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Trademark scar

.It was during his naval stint that Bogart may have gotten his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp, though the actual circumstances are unclear.^ It was during his naval stint that he got his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp, though the actual circumstances are hazy at best.
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^ It was during his naval stint that Bogart may have gotten his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp, though the actual circumstances are unclear.
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^ It was during this time Bogart most likely got his trademark lip scar and slight lisp.

.In one account, during a shelling of his ship the USS Leviathan, his lip was cut by a piece of shrapnel, although some claim Bogart didn’t make it to sea until after the Armistice was signed.^ One account is that his lip was cut be a piece of shrapnel during a shelling of his ship, the Leviathan.
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^ Though the movie studios would later say he received the wound from, alternatively, (1) a shard of shrapnel while his ship was being shelled by a Hun submarine (impossible since Bogart didn’t make it to sea until after the Armistice was signed), or (2) a prisoner he was escorting to the brig asked for a smoke then smashed him in the mouth with his handcuffs.

^ To make it completely fascinating, at one corner of his upper lip a scarred quilted piece hung down in a tiny scallop.

.Another version, which Bogart's long time friend, author Nathaniel Benchley, claims is the truth, is that Bogart was injured while on assignment to take a naval prisoner to Portsmouth Naval Prison in Kittery, Maine.^ Another version, which Bogart's long time friend, author Nathaniel Benchley , claims is the truth, is that Bogart was injured while on assignment to take a naval prisoner to Portsmouth Naval Prison in Kittery, Maine .
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^ He admired writers, and some of his best friends were screenwriters, including Louis Bromfield, Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson.
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^ He admired writers, and some of his best friends were screenwriters , including Louis Bromfield , Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson .
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.Supposedly, while changing trains in Boston, the handcuffed prisoner asked Bogart for a cigarette and while Bogart looked for a match, the prisoner raised his hands, smashed Bogart across the mouth with his cuffs, cutting Bogart's lip, and fled.^ Supposedly, while changing trains in Boston, the handcuffed prisoner asked Bogart for a cigarette and while Bogart looked for a match, the prisoner raised his hands, smashed Bogart across the mouth with his cuffs, cutting Bogart's lip, and fled.
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^ It derives from Bogart's style of cigarette smoking, with which he left his cigarette dangling from his mouth rather than withdrawing it between puffs.
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^ HC: “Would you look at this dingus,” Bogart says, turning the fruit jar in his hand.

.The prisoner was eventually taken to Portsmouth.^ The prisoner was eventually taken to Portsmouth.
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^ Bogart used his .45 gun to drop the prisoner who was eventually taken to Portsmouth.
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.An alternate explanation is in the process of uncuffing an inmate, Bogart was struck in the mouth when the inmate wielded one open, uncuffed bracelet while the other side was still on his wrist.^ An alternate explanation is in the process of uncuffing an inmate, Bogart was struck in the mouth when the inmate wielded one open, uncuffed bracelet while the other side was still on his wrist.
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[22] .According to Darwin Porter's Humphrey Bogart: The Early Years, the scar was caused by his father, Belmont, during a terrible argument.^ According to Darwin Porter 's Humphrey Bogart: The Early Years , the scar was caused by his father, Belmont, during a terrible argument.
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^ Birth and Early Life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English, Dutch and some Spanish ancestry.

^ Birth and early life He was born Humphrey DeForest Bogart in New York City, the oldest child of Belmont DeForest Bogart and Maud Humphrey; he had English, Dutch and some Spanish ancestry.

.By the time Bogart was treated by a doctor, the scar had already formed.^ By the time Bogart was treated by a doctor, the scar had already formed.
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"Goddamn doctor," Bogart later told David Niven, "instead of stitching it up, he screwed it up." Niven says that when he asked Bogart about his scar he said it was caused by a childhood accident; Niven claims the stories that Bogart got the scar during wartime were made up by the studios to inject glamour. .His post-service physical makes no mention of the lip scar even though it mentions many smaller scars, so the actual cause may have come later.^ His post-service physical makes no mention of the lip scar even though it mentions many smaller scars, so the actual cause may have come later.
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^ It was during his naval stint that Bogart may have gotten his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp, though the actual circumstances are unclear.
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^ She believes his scar had nothing to do with his distinctive speech pattern, his "lip wound gave him no speech impediment, either before or after it was mended.
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[21] .When actress Louise Brooks met Bogart in 1924, he had some scarred tissue on his upper lip, which Belmont Bogart may have partially repaired before Bogart went into films in 1930.[19] She believes his scar had nothing to do with his distinctive speech pattern, his "lip wound gave him no speech impediment, either before or after it was mended.^ The lip wound gave him no speech impediment either before or after it was mended.

^ Brady's daughter, actress Alice Brady, thought Bogart had some acting potential and gave him a small role in "Drifting" (1922), a play in which she was starring.
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^ Not too long after their breakup, Bogart met a fiery actress named Mayo Methot while working on "Marked Woman" (1937).
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.Over the years, Bogart practiced all kinds of lip gymnastics, accompanied by nasal tones, snarls, lisps, and slurs.^ Over the years Bogey practised all kinds of lip gymnastics accompanied by nasal tones, snarls, lisps, and slurs.

^ Over the years, Bogart practiced all kinds of lip gymnastics, accompanied by nasal tones, snarls, lisps, and slurs.
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^ Cast adrift at eighteen years of age, Bogart joined the Navy in 1918, hoping to see action in the Atlantic and a different kind of action in Paris.

.His painful wince, his leer, his fiendish grin were the most accomplished ever seen on film."^ His painful wince, his leer, his fiendish grin were the most accomplished ever seen on film.

^ His painful wince, his leer, his fiendish grin were the most accomplished ever seen on film."
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[23]

Early career

.Bogart returned home to find Belmont was suffering from poor health (perhaps aggravated by morphine addiction), his medical practice was faltering, and he lost much of the family's money on bad investments in timber.^ Bogart returned home to find Belmont was suffering from poor health (perhaps aggravated by morphine addiction), his medical practice was faltering, and he lost much of the family's money on bad investments in timber.
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^ In 1939, Bogart played a mad scientist in The Return of Doctor X. He cracked: "If it'd been Jack Warner's bloodI wouldn't have minded so much.

^ In 1939, Bogart reached a new low when he had to play a vampire in The Return of Doctor X. Bogart cracked: "If it'd been Jack Warner's bloodI wouldn't have minded so much.
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[24] .During his naval days, Bogart's character and values developed independent of family influence, and he began to rebel somewhat from their values.^ During his naval days, Bogart's character and values developed independent of family influence, and he began to rebel somewhat from their values.
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^ Bit it was only with the Broadway production of The Petrified Forest (1934) and his selection to play the same role in the movie (1936) that Bogart began to develop a special persona.
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^ It was during his naval stint that Bogart may have gotten his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp, though the actual circumstances are unclear.
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.He came to be a liberal who hated pretensions, phonies, and snobs, and at times he defied conventional behavior and authority, traits he displayed in life and in his movies.^ He came to be a liberal who hated pretensions, phonies, and snobs, and at times he defied conventional behavior and authority, traits he displayed in life and in his movies.
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.On the other hand, he retained their traits of good manners, articulateness, punctuality, modesty, and a dislike of being touched.^ On the other hand, he retained their traits of good manners, articulateness, punctuality, modesty, and a dislike of being touched.
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^ For Cain, on the other hand, a good "California setting" was a nationally-known oddity, such as a moonrise over the Pacific.
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[25]
.After his naval service, Bogart worked as a shipper and then bond salesman.^ After his naval service, Bogart worked as a shipper and then bond salesman.
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[26] .He joined the Naval Reserve.^ Early Career in The Theatre Bogart took odd jobs, joined the Naval Reserve, and eventually drifted into acting.

^ Early career in the theatre Bogart took odd jobs, joined the Naval Reserve, and eventually drifted into acting.

^ Bogart did menial labor, joined the Naval Reserve, and eventually drifted into acting.
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More importantly, he resumed his friendship with boyhood mate Bill Brady, Jr. whose father had show business connections, and eventually Bogart got an office job working for William A. Brady Sr.'s new company World Films.[27] .Bogart got to try his hand at screenwriting, directing, and production, but excelled at none.^ Bogart got to try his hand at screenwriting , directing, and production, but excelled at none.
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^ After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s.
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.For a while, he was stage manager for Brady's daughter's play A Ruined Lady.^ For a while, he was stage manager for Brady's daughter's play A Ruined Lady .
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^ Brady's daughter, actress Alice Brady, thought Bogart had some acting potential and gave him a small role in "Drifting" (1922), a play in which she was starring.
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^ In 1938, Warner Brothers made Bogart do a "hillbilly musical" called Swing Your Lady, playing a wrestling promoter managing the career of an idiotic giant.
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.A few months later, in 1921, Bogart made his stage debut in Drifting as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play, nervously speaking one line of dialog.^ A few months later, in 1921, Bogart made his stage debut in Drifting as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play, nervously speaking one line of dialog.
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^ Bogart began his acting career on the Brooklyn stage in 1921, playing a Japanese butler.

^ He began his acting career on the Brooklyn stage in 1921, playing a Japanese butler.
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.Several more appearances followed in her subsequent plays.^ Several more appearances followed in her subsequent plays.
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[28] .Bogart liked the late hours actors kept, and enjoyed the attention an actor got on stage.^ Bogart liked the late hours actors kept, and enjoyed the attention an actor got on stage.
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^ He liked the late hours that actors kept, and enjoyed the attention that an actor got on stage.
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^ He did not like Bogart much personally, and didn't think he could be a star so he never supported him for bigger and better roles in the late 30's.
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.He stated, “I was born to be indolent and this was the softest of rackets”.^ He stated, “I was born to be indolent and this was the softest of rackets”.
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[26]
.He spent a lot of his free time in speakeasies and became a heavy drinker.^ He spent a lot of his free time in speakeasies and became a heavy drinker.
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^ The guy loved his boat and spent a lot of time on it.
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.A bar room brawl during this time might have been the actual cause of Bogart's lip damage, as this coincides better with the Louise Brooks account.^ During this time, Helen Menken, a renowned stage actress of the day, became smitten with Bogart.
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^ Bogart, the son of a distinguished surgeon, actually studied medicine himself for a time before enlisting in the Navy during World War 1.

^ It was during this time Bogart most likely got his trademark lip scar and slight lisp.

[29]
.Bogart had been raised to believe acting was beneath a gentleman, but he enjoyed stage acting.^ Bogart had been raised to believe that acting was something beneath a gentleman.

^ Bogart had been raised to believe acting was beneath a gentleman, but he enjoyed stage acting.
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^ Bogart began his acting career on the Brooklyn stage in 1921, playing a Japanese butler.

.He never took acting lessons, but was persistent and worked steadily at his craft.^ He never took acting lessons, and had no formal training.
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^ He never took acting lessons, but was persistent and worked steadily at his craft.
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^ Huston also noted of Bogart: "Himself, he never took too seriouslyhis work most seriously.
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.He appeared in at least seventeen Broadway productions between 1922 and 1935.[30] He played juveniles or romantic second-leads in drawing room comedies.^ He played juveniles or romantic second-leads in drawing room comedies.
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^ He played callow juveniles, or the romantic second lead in drawing room comedies.
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^ He appeared in at least seventeen Broadway productions between 1922 and 1935.
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.He is said to have been the first actor to ask "Tennis, anyone?"^ He is said to have been the first actor to say "Tennis, anyone?"

^ My father said "Tennis, anyone?"
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^ He is said to have been the first actor to say: Tennis, anyone?

on stage.[31] Critic Alexander Woollcott wrote of Bogart's early work that he "is what is usually and mercifully described as inadequate."[32] Some reviews were kinder. .Heywood Broun reviewing Nerves wrote, “Humphrey Bogart gives the most effective performance...both dry and fresh, if that be possible”.^ Heywood Broun reviewing Nerves wrote, “Humphrey Bogart gives the most effective performance…both dry and fresh, if that be possible”.
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^ Bogart performed in his final films for Warners, Chain Lightning and The Enforcer , both released early in 1950.
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^ An early reviewer wrote of Bogart's work: "To be as kind as possible, we will only say that this actor was inadequate."
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[33] .Bogart loathed the trivial, effeminate parts he had to play early in his career, calling them "White Pants Willie" roles.^ Bogart loathed the trivial roles he had to play early in his career, calling them "White Pants Willie" roles.
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^ Bogart loathed the trivial parts he had to play early in his career, calling them "White Pants Willie" roles.

^ Bogart loathed the trivial parts he had to play early in his career, calling them White Pants Willie roles.

.Early in his career, while playing double roles in the play Drifting at the Playhouse Theatre in 1922, Bogart met actress Helen Menken.^ Early in his career, Bogart met his first wife, Helen Menken.
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^ Early in his career, while playing double roles in the play Drifting at the Playhouse Theatre in 1922, Bogart met actress Helen Menken .
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^ Bit it was only with the Broadway production of The Petrified Forest (1934) and his selection to play the same role in the movie (1936) that Bogart began to develop a special persona.
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.They were married on May 20, 1926 at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City, divorced on November 18, 1927, but remained friends.^ They married in 1926, divorced in 1927, and remained friends.
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^ They were married on May 20, 1926 at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City, divorced on November 18, 1927, but remained friends.
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^ New York City, Humphrey Bogart was sent to prep school for medical studies but was expelled.
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[34] .On April 3, 1928, he married Mary Philips at her mother's apartment in Hartford, Connecticut.^ On April 3, 1928, he married Mary Philips at her mother's apartment in Hartford, Connecticut .
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^ In 1928, he married his second wife, Mary Philips.
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^ Helen Menken (1926–1927) (divorced) Mary Philips (1928–1937) (divorced) Mayo Methot (1938–1945) (divorced) Lauren Bacall (1945–1957) (his death) 2 children .
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.She, like Menken, had a fiery temper and, like every other Bogart spouse, was an actress.^ She, like Menken, had a fiery temper and, like every other Bogart spouse, was an actress.
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^ Philips, like Menken, had a fiery temper, and once bit the finger of a policeman who tried to arrest her for drunkenness.

^ Bogart didn't like the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a new movie every two months.
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He had met Mary when they appeared in the play Nerves, which had a very brief run at the Comedy Theatre in September 1924.
.After the stock market crash of 1929, stage production dropped off sharply, and many of the more photogenic actors headed for Hollywood.^ After the stock market crash of 1929, stage production dropped off sharply, and many of the more photogenic actors headed for Hollywood .
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^ When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to film.
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^ He was a serious sailor, respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats.
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.Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town, of which a complete copy has never been found.^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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^ He and Bogart became friends, and he promised to help Bogart reprise his role if Hollywood made the play into a film.

^ The Barefoot Contessa , directed by Joseph Mankiewicz in 1954 and filmed in Rome, Italy , gave Bogart one of his subtlest roles.
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.He also appeared with Joan Blondell in a Vitaphone short in 1930 which was re-discovered in 1963.[35] Bogart then signed a contract with Fox Film Corporation for $750 a week.^ He also appeared with Joan Blondell in a Vitaphone short in 1930 which was re-discovered in 1963.
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^ Bogart then signed a contract with Fox Film Corporation for $750 a week.
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^ With Mary’s help, Bogart got choicer parts and in 1930, at the age of thirty-one, Bogart was signed by Fox Studios to make films.

.Spencer Tracy was a serious Broadway actor whom Bogart liked and admired, and they became good friends and drinking buddies.^ Spencer Tracy was a serious Broadway actor whom Bogart liked and admired, and they became good friends and drinking buddies.
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^ Spencer Tracy was a serious Broadway actor whom Bogart liked and admired, and they became good friends.
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^ Out of a possible two thousand young American dramatic actors working in those plays, only four besides Bogart became major film starsCagney, Tracy, Fredric March, and Clark Gable.

.It was Tracy, in 1930, who first called him "Bogey". (Spelled variously in many sources, Bogart himself spelled his nickname "Bogie".)[36] Tracy and Bogart appeared in their only film together in John Ford's early sound film Up the River (1930), with both playing inmates.^ (Spelled variously in many sources, Bogart himself spelled his nickname "Bogie".
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^ It was Spencer Tracy, in 1930, who first called him Bogie.

^ The African Queen was the first Technicolor film in which Bogart appeared.
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.It was Tracy's film debut.^ It was Tracy's film debut.
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[37] .Bogart then performed in The Bad Sister with Bette Davis in 1931, in a minor part.^ Bogart then performed in The Bad Sister with Bette Davis in 1931, in a minor part.
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^ Howard Hawks , for his part, also did his best to boost her performance and her role, and found Bogart easy to direct.
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^ Bogart's performance was generally praised as the strongest part of the film.
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[38]
.Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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^ Bogart didn't like the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a new movie every two months.
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^ The Bogarts lived in a fashionable Upper West Side apartment, and had a cottage in upstate New York.
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.His parents had separated, and Belmont died in 1934 in debt, which Bogart eventually paid off.^ Bogart eventually paid it.

^ His parents had separated, and Belmont died in 1934 in debt, which Bogart eventually paid off.
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^ BOGART: It was kind of a shadow, but it wasn't really the fact that they were my parents, it was the fact that he died.
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.(Bogart inherited his father's gold ring which he always wore, even in many of his films.^ From his father, Bogart inherited a tendency for needling people, a fondness for fishing and a life-long love of sailing.

^ Later Career Between 1943 and 1951 Bogart starred in many other films including The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) and Key Largo (1948).

^ From his father, Bogart inherited a tendency for needling people, and a love of fishing and especially sailing.
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.At his father's deathbed, Bogart finally told Belmont how much he loved him.^ At his father's deathbed, Bogart finally told Belmont how much he loved him.
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^ From his father, Bogart inherited a tendency for needling people, a fondness for fishing and a life-long love of sailing.

^ He did not like Bogart much personally, and didn't think he could be a star so he never supported him for bigger and better roles in the late 30's.
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)[39]
.Bogart's second marriage was on the rocks, and he was less than happy with his acting career to date; he became depressed, irritable, and drank heavily.^ Bogart's second marriage was on the rocks, and he was less than happy with his acting career to date; he became depressed, irritable, and drank heavily.
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^ Bogart began his acting career on the Brooklyn stage in 1921, playing a Japanese butler.

^ As equally ambitious as he, the two focused more on their careers than their marriage and it mercifully ended in less than a year.

[40]

The Petrified Forest

Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart and Henry Fonda in the 1955 television broadcast of Petrified Forest.
.Bogart starred in the Broadway play Invitation to a Murder at the Theatre Masque, now the John Golden Theatre, in 1934. The producer Arthur Hopkins heard the play from off-stage and sent for Bogart to play escaped murderer Duke Mantee in Robert E. Sherwood's new play, The Petrified Forest.^ Robert Sherwood was sure Hopkins was wrong; Bogart should play the football player.
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^ The producer Arthur Hopkins heard the play from off-stage and sent for Bogart to play escaped murderer Duke Mantee in Robert E. Sherwood 's new play, The Petrified Forest .
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^ The Petrified Forest had 197 performances in New York; Bogart played escaped killer Duke Mantee.
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[40] Hopkins recalled:
.When I saw the actor I was somewhat taken aback, for he was the one I never much admired.^ When I saw the actor I was somewhat taken aback, for he was the one I never much admired.
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.He was an antiquated juvenile who spent most of his stage life in white pants swinging a tennis racquet.^ He was an antiquated juvenile who spent most of his stage life in white pants swinging a tennis racquet.
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^ Hot damn!” [ 20 ] Bogart is recorded as a model sailor who spent most of his months in the navy after the Armistice was signed, ferrying troops back from Europe.
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.He seemed as far from a cold-blooded killer as one could get, but the voice (dry and tired) persisted, and the voice was Mantee's.^ He seemed as far from a cold-blooded killer as one could get, but the voice (dry and tired) persisted, and the voice was Mantee's.
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[41]
.The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935.[42] Leslie Howard though, was the star.^ The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935.
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^ Leslie Howard though, was the star.
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^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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.A critic for the New York Times Brooks Atkinson said of the play, “a peach...^ A critic for the New York Times Brooks Atkinson said of the play, “a peach… a roaring Western melodrama… Humphrey Bogart does the best work of his career as an actor.” [ 43 ] Bogart said the movie “marked my deliverance from the ranks of the sleek, sybaritic, stiff-shirted, swallow-tailed ‘smoothies’ to which I seemed condemned to life.” However, he was still feeling insecure.
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^ It was in New York in December of 1943 that I was to see Humphrey for the last time.

^ The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935.
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a roaring Western melodrama... .Humphrey Bogart does the best work of his career as an actor.”[43] Bogart said the movie “marked my deliverance from the ranks of the sleek, sybaritic, stiff-shirted, swallow-tailed ‘smoothies’ to which I seemed condemned to life.” However, he was still feeling insecure.^ A critic for the New York Times Brooks Atkinson said of the play, “a peach… a roaring Western melodrama… Humphrey Bogart does the best work of his career as an actor.” [ 43 ] Bogart said the movie “marked my deliverance from the ranks of the sleek, sybaritic, stiff-shirted, swallow-tailed ‘smoothies’ to which I seemed condemned to life.” However, he was still feeling insecure.
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^ The on-screen magic of Bogart and Bergman was the result of two actors doing their very best work, not any real-life sparks, though Bogart's perennially jealous wife assumed otherwise.
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^ Cindy -- the clever devious character in the hole in -- in the in the whole movie he's a riot well when I hear what I am doing now blue -- does and images don't ever since it came out that Humphrey Bogart had horrible bad breath.
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[42]
Warner Bros. bought the screen rights to The Petrified Forest. .The studio was famous for its socially-realistic, urban, low-budget action pictures; the play seemed like the perfect property for it, especially since the public was entranced by real-life criminals like John Dillinger and Dutch Schultz.^ The studio was famous for its socially-realistic, urban, low-budget action pictures; the play seemed like the perfect property for it, especially since the public was entranced by real-life criminals like John Dillinger and Dutch Schultz .
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^ In real life, Bogart himself played tournament chess, achieving expert strength, one level below master level.
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^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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[44] .Bette Davis and Leslie Howard were cast.^ Actors: Leslie Howard , Bette Davis , Humphrey Bogart , Dick Foran , Genevieve Tobin .
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.Howard, who held production rights, made it clear he wanted Bogart to star with him.^ Howard, who held production rights, made it clear he wanted Bogart to star with him.
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^ He did not like Bogart much personally, and didn't think he could be a star so he never supported him for bigger and better roles in the late 30's.
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^ They knew they made it when, often teetering on the brink of fisticuffs, Bogart smiled at them and said, “Kid, you’re all right.” .

.The studio tested several Hollywood veterans for the Duke Mantee role, and chose Edward G. Robinson, who had greater star appeal and was due to make a film to fulfill his expensive contract.^ The studio tested several Hollywood veterans for the Duke Mantee role, and chose Edward G. Robinson , who had greater star appeal and was due to make a film to fulfill his expensive contract.
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^ Warner Brothers bought the screen rights to The Petrified Forest, signed up Leslie Howard, then tested several Hollywood veterans for the Duke Mantee role, and chose Edward G. Robinson.
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^ After five more years of stage and minor film roles, he broke through with Petrified Forest, The (1936); he got the part, over 'Edward G. Robinson', only after the star, Leslie Howard, threatened to quit unless accompanied by his fellow actor from the Broadway production.

.Bogart cabled news of this to Howard, who was in Scotland.^ Bogart cabled news of this to Howard, who was in Scotland .
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^ Bogart cabled news of this to Howard, who was in Scotland.
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^ Leslie Howard, who played the lead, knew how crucial Bogart was to the success of the play.
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.Howard cabled reply was, “Att: Jack Warner Insist Bogart Play Mantee No Bogart No Deal L.H.”.^ Instead he rode around the lot on a bicycle shouting, “Look, no hands, no hands!” Finally Jack Warner himself had to come out and speak to him.

^ Howard cabled reply was, “Att: Jack Warner Insist Bogart Play Mantee No Bogart No Deal L.H.”.
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^ Bogart cabled news of this to Howard, who was in Scotland .
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When Warner Bros. saw that .Howard would not budge, they gave in and cast Bogart.^ Howard would not budge, they gave in and cast Bogart.
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^ Bogart and Seeman sent someone to buy two 22-pound stuffed pandas because, in a drunken state, they thought the pandas would be good company.
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^ When Warner Brothers saw that Leslie Howard would not budge, they hired Bogart to play Mantee.
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[45] .Jack Warner, famous for butting heads with his stars, tried to get Bogart to adopt a stage name, but Bogart stubbornly refused.^ Bogart could have been a star earlier on had Jack Warner not been such a putz.
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^ Jack Warner, famous for butting heads with his stars, tried to get Bogart to adopt a stage name, but Bogart stubbornly refused.
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^ The studio system, then in its heyday, largely restricted actors to one studio, and Warner Brothers had no interest in making Bogart a star.
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[46] .Bogart never forgot Howard's favor, and in 1952 he named his only daughter, Leslie, after Howard, who had died in World War II.^ Bogart never forgot this, and named his only daughter Leslie.
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^ They had their second child, Leslie Howard Bogart on August 23, 1952, a girl named after British actor Leslie Howard , who had been killed in World War II. [ 82 ] .
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^ Bogart never forgot Howard's favor, and in 1952 he named his only daughter, Leslie, after Howard, who had died in World War II .
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.Robert E. Sherwood remained a close friend of Bogart's.^ Robert E. Sherwood remained a close friend of Bogart's.
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^ Robert Sherwood remained a close friend of Bogart's.
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^ The producer Arthur Hopkins heard the play from off-stage and sent for Bogart to play escaped murderer Duke Mantee in Robert E. Sherwood 's new play, The Petrified Forest .
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Early film career

.The film version of The Petrified Forest was released in 1936. His performance was called “brilliant”, “compelling”, and “superb.” Despite his success in an “A movie,” Bogart received a tepid twenty-six week contract at $550 per week and was typecast as a gangster in a series of "B movie" crime dramas.^ In 1936, the movie version of The Petrified Forest came out.
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^ His performance was called “brilliant”, “compelling”, and “superb.” Despite his success in an “A movie,” Bogart received a tepid twenty-six week contract at $550 per week and was typecast as a gangster in a series of " B movie " crime dramas.
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^ The film version of The Petrified Forest was released in 1936.
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[47] .Bogart was proud of his success, but the fact that it came from playing a gangster weighed on him.^ Bogart was proud of his success as an actor, but the fact that it came from playing a gangster weighed on him.
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^ Bogart was proud of his success, but the fact that it came from playing a gangster weighed on him.
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^ Synopsis: This musical comedy is based on a modestly successful Broadway play and stars Humphrey Bogart as wrestling promoter Ed Hatch.
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He once said:
.I can't get in a mild discussion without turning it into an argument.^ He once said, "I can't get in a mild discussion without turning it into an argument.
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^ I can't get in a mild discussion without turning it into an argument.
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.There must be something in my tone of voice, or this arrogant face—something that antagonizes everybody.^ There must be something in my tone of voice, or this arrogant facesomething that antagonizes everybody.
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^ There must be something in my tone of voice, or this arrogant face—something that antagonizes everybody.
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^ And is there something wrong with our approach is there are some other way we should be to be him because I was -- about how -- Hit arm's -- everybody is now.
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.Nobody likes me on sight.^ Nobody likes me on sight.
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.I suppose that's why I'm cast as the heavy.^ I suppose that's why I'm cast as the heavy."
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.Bogart's roles were not only repetitive, but physically demanding and draining (studios were not yet air-conditioned), and his regimented, tightly-scheduled job at Warners was not exactly the “peachy” actor's life he hoped for.^ Bogart's roles were not only repetitive, but physically demanding and draining (studios were not yet air-conditioned ), and his regimented, tightly-scheduled job at Warners was not exactly the “peachy” actor's life he hoped for.
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^ The studio system, then in its heyday, largely restricted actors to one studio, and Warner Brothers had no interest in making Bogart a star.
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^ An early reviewer wrote of Bogart's work: "To be as kind as possible, we will only say that this actor was inadequate."
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[48] .However, he was always professional and generally respected by other actors.^ However, he was always professional and generally respected by other actors.
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^ He was a serious sailor, respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats.
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.In those "B movie" years, Bogart started developing his lasting film persona — the wounded, stoical, cynical, charming, vulnerable, self-mocking loner with a core of honor.^ In those "B movie" years, Bogart started developing his lasting film persona — the wounded, stoical, cynical, charming, vulnerable, self-mocking loner with a core of honor.
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^ The next year, his performance as Rick Blaine in Casablanca (1942) raised him to the peak of his profession and at the same time, cemented his trademark film persona, that of the hard-boiled cynic who ultimately shows his noble side.
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^ When Bogart reached Leopoldville to film the movie The African Queen, his plane was met by the U.S. consul and the Congolese press.
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.Bogart's disputes with Warner Bros.^ Bogart's disputes with Warner Bros.
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^ Once, after signing a long-term deal with Warner Bros., Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.
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^ The leading men ahead of Bogart at Warner Bros.
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over roles and money were similar to those the studio had with other less-than-obedient stars, such as .Bette Davis, James Cagney, Errol Flynn, and Olivia de Havilland.^ Actors: Eddie Cantor , Dinah Shore , Joan Leslie , Bette Davis , Dennis Morgan , Humphrey Bogart , Olivia de Havilland , Edward Everett Horton .
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^ Bette Davis , James Cagney , Errol Flynn , and Olivia de Havilland .
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[49]
Bogart with James Cagney and Jeffrey Lynn in The Roaring Twenties (1939), the last film Bogart and Cagney made together.
.The studio system, then at its most entrenched, usually restricted actors to one studio, with occasional loan-outs, and Warner Bros.^ The studio system , then at its most entrenched, usually restricted actors to one studio, with occasional loan-outs, and Warner Bros.
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^ As a result, he was not the most popular of actors, and some in the Hollywood community shunned him privately to avoid trouble with the studios.
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^ The studio system, then in its heyday, largely restricted actors to one studio, and Warner Brothers had no interest in making Bogart a star.
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had no interest in making .Bogart a top star.^ Bogart a top star.
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.Shooting on a new movie might begin days or only hours after shooting on the previous one was completed.^ Shooting on a new movie might begin days or only hours after shooting on the last movie was complete.
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^ Shooting on a new movie might begin days or only hours after shooting on the previous one was completed.
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^ In actuality, establishing one's self as a successful character actor in the old days was just as hard as being a star, only the reward was smaller.
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.Any actor who refused a role could be suspended without pay.^ Any actor who refused a role could be suspended without pay.
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^ Bogart could be generous with actors, particularly those who were blacklisted, down on their luck, or having personal problems.
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.Bogart disliked the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a movie every two months, sometimes even working on two simultaneously, as movies were not generally shot sequentially.^ Bogart didn't like the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a new movie every two months.
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^ Bogart disliked the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a movie every two months, sometimes even working on two simultaneously, as movies were not generally shot sequentially.
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^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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.Amenities at Warners were few compared to those for their fellow actors at MGM.^ Amenities at Warners were few compared to those for their fellow actors at MGM .
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.Bogart thought that the Warners wardrobe department was cheap, and often wore his own suits in his movies.^ He thought that Warner Brothers were cheap in their wardrobe department, and often wore his own personal suits in his movies.
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^ Warner Brothers' publicity department concocted similar tales during the shooting of Casablanca, e.g., that Bogart was learning Swedish so that he could woo Bergman, that were just as spurious.
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^ Bogart rarely saw his own movies and didn't even attend the premieres, which were an expected part of the actor's job.
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.In High Sierra, Bogart used his own pet dog Zero to play his character's dog Pard.^ In High Sierra , Bogart used his own pet dog Zero to play his character's dog Pard.
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^ At intervals, "Fred C. Dobbs" (Bogart's character in Treasure of the Sierra Madre ) appears and asks Bugs to "help a poor American down on his luck" – a line Bogart says a number of times in the film to John Huston, playing an American gringo .
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^ Both Paul Muni and George Raft turned down the lead role, giving Bogart the opportunity to play a character of some depth.
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.The leading men ahead of Bogart at Warner Bros.^ Bogart's disputes with Warner Bros.
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^ The leading men ahead of Bogart at Warner Bros.
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^ Once, after signing a long-term deal with Warner Bros., Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.
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included not just such classic stars as .James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson, but also actors far less well-known today, such as Victor McLaglen, George Raft and Paul Muni.^ The leading men ahead of Bogart included not just such classic stars as James Cagney, Spencer Tracy and Edward G. Robinsonbut also actors far less well-known today, such as Victor McLaglen, George Raft and Paul Muni.
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^ James Cagney and Edward G. Robinson , but also actors far less well-known today, such as Victor McLaglen , George Raft and Paul Muni .
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.Most of the studio's better movie scripts went to these men, and Bogart had to take what was left.^ Most of the studio's better movie scripts went to these men, and Bogart had to take what was left.
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^ Most of the better movie scripts Warner Brothers bought went to these men.
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^ Bogart had to take what was left.
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.He made films like Racket Busters, San Quentin, and You Can't Get Away With Murder.^ He made movies with names like Racket Busters, San Quentin, and You Can't Get Away With Murder.
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^ See the classic, classic film with lines like, "here's lookin' at you, kid."
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^ You Can't Get Away with Murder .
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.The only substantial leading role he got during this period was in Dead End (1937), while loaned to Samuel Goldwyn, where he portrayed a gangster modeled after Baby Face Nelson.^ The only substantial leading role he got during this period was in Dead End (1937), while loaned to Samuel Goldwyn , where he portrayed a gangster modeled after Baby Face Nelson .
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^ The role of Charlie Allnutt won Bogart his only Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1951.
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[50] .He did play a variety of interesting supporting roles, such as in Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) (in which his character got shot by James Cagney's).^ He did play a variety of interesting supporting roles, such as in Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) (in which his character got shot by James Cagney 's).
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^ George Raft and Humphrey Bogart are top-billed, and as is often the case in such a circumstance, it is Raft who is given the larger (albeit less interesting) role.
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^ Dark Victory (1939) was one of the last films in which he played a supporting role.
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.Bogart was gunned down on film repeatedly, by Cagney and Edward G. Robinson, among others.^ Bogart was gunned down on film repeatedly, by Cagney and Edward G. Robinson, among others.
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^ Bogart with James Cagney and Jeffrey Lynn in The Roaring Twenties ( 1939 ), the last film Bogart and Cagney made together.
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.In Black Legion (1937), for a change, he played a good man caught up and destroyed by a racist organization, a movie Graham Greene called “intelligent and exciting, if rather earnest”.^ In Black Legion (1937), for a change, he played a good man caught up and destroyed by a racist organization, a movie Graham Greene called “intelligent and exciting, if rather earnest”.
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^ Bogart is featured in one of Woody Allen 's comic movies, Play It Again, Sam (1972), which relates the story of a young man obsessed by his persona.
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^ But in 1924 Humphrey was speaking his lines with a well projected baritone and good diction in a small part in a play in New York called Nerves.

[51]
.In 1938, Warner Bros.^ In 1938, Warner Bros.
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put him in a ."hillbilly musical" called Swing Your Lady as a wrestling promoter; he later apparently considered this his worst film performance.^ Swing Your Lady as a wrestling promoter; he later apparently considered this his worst film performance.
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^ In 1938, Warner Brothers made Bogart do a "hillbilly musical" called Swing Your Lady, playing a wrestling promoter managing the career of an idiotic giant.
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^ Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career.
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[52] .In 1939, Bogart played a mad scientist in The Return of Doctor X.^ In 1939, Bogart reached a new low when he had to play a vampire in The Return of Doctor X. Bogart cracked: "If it'd been Jack Warner's bloodI wouldn't have minded so much.
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^ In 1939, Bogart played a mad scientist in The Return of Doctor X .
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.He cracked, "If it'd been Jack Warner's blood...I wouldn't have minded so much.^ He cracked, "If it'd been Jack Warner 's blood…I wouldn't have minded so much.
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^ In 1939, Bogart reached a new low when he had to play a vampire in The Return of Doctor X. Bogart cracked: "If it'd been Jack Warner's bloodI wouldn't have minded so much.
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.The trouble was they were drinking mine and I was making this stinking movie."^ The trouble was they were drinking mine and I was making this stinking movie."
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Dark Victory (1939) was one of the last films in which he played a supporting role.
.Mary Philips, in her own sizzling stage hit A Touch of Brimstone (1935), refused to give up her Broadway career to go to Hollywood with Bogart.^ Mary Philips, in her own sizzling stage hit A Touch of Brimstone (1935), refused to give up her Broadway career to go to Hollywood with Bogart.
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^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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^ The name Humphrey Bogart conjures up images of the tough character who is the master of intrigue in Hollywood films of the 1930s.
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After the play closed, however, she went to Hollywood, but insisted on continuing her career (she was still a bigger star than he was), and they decided to divorce in 1937.[53]
.On August 21, 1938, Bogart entered into a disastrous third marriage, with actress Mayo Methot, a lively, friendly woman when sober, but paranoid when drunk.^ On August 21, 1938, Bogart entered into a disastrous third marriage, with actress Mayo Methot , a lively, friendly woman when sober, but paranoid when drunk.
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^ On August 21, 1938, Bogart made a disastrous third marriage, which only heightened his frustration.
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^ His third wife was Mayo Methot, a lively, friendly woman when sober, but a paranoid drunk.
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.She was convinced that her husband was cheating on her.^ She was convinced that her husband was cheating on her.
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.The more she and Bogart drifted apart, the more she drank, got furious and threw things at him: plants, crockery, anything close at hand.^ The more she and Bogart drifted apart, the more she drank, got furious and threw things at him: plants, crockery, anything close at hand.
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.She even set the house on fire, stabbed him with a knife, and slashed her wrists on several occasions.^ But he met Mayo and she set fire to him.

^ She even set the house on fire, stabbed him with a knife, and slashed her wrists on several occasions.
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.Bogart for his part needled her mercilessly and seemed to enjoy confrontation.^ Bogart for his part needled her mercilessly and seemed to enjoy confrontation.
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.Sometimes he turned violent.^ Sometimes he turned violent.
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.The press accurately dubbed them "the Battling Bogarts".[54] "The Bogart-Methot marriage was the sequel to the Civil War", said their friend Julius Epstein.^ "The Bogart-Methot marriage was the sequel to the Civil War ", said their friend Julius Epstein .
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^ The press accurately dubbed them "the Battling Bogarts".
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^ On August 21, 1938, Bogart entered into a disastrous third marriage, with actress Mayo Methot , a lively, friendly woman when sober, but paranoid when drunk.
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.A wag observed that there was "madness in his Methot". During this time, Bogart bought a motor launch, which he named Sluggy after his nickname for his hot-tempered wife.^ During his marriage to Mayo Methot, Bogart bought a sailboat, which he lightheartedly named Sluggy after his hot-tempered wife.
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^ Another wag observed that there was madness in his Methot.
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^ During this time, Bogart bought a motor launch, which he named Sluggy after his nickname for his hot-tempered wife.
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.Despite his proclamations that "I like a jealous wife", "we get on so well together (because) we don’t have illusions about each other", and "I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper", it became a highly destructive relationship.^ Despite his proclamations that "I like a jealous wife", "we get on so well together (because) we don’t have illusions about each other", and "I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper", it became a highly destructive relationship.
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[55]
.In California in 1945, Bogart bought a 55-foot (17 m) sailing yacht, the Santana, from actor Dick Powell.^ In California in 1945, Bogart bought a 55-foot (17 m) sailing yacht, the Santana , from actor Dick Powell .
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^ In California, in the 1930s, Bogart bought a 55-foot sailing yacht from Dick Powell and June Allyson.
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^ In real life, Santana was the name of Bogie's yacht, which he purchased from June Allyson and Dick Powell.

.The sea was his sanctuary[56] and he loved to sail around Catalina Island.^ The sea was his sanctuary [ 56 ] and he loved to sail around Catalina Island .
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.He was a serious sailor, respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats.^ He was a serious sailor, respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats.
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^ However, he was always professional and generally respected by other actors.
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^ After the stock market crash of 1929, stage production dropped off sharply, and many of the more photogenic actors headed for Hollywood .
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.About 30 weekends a year, he went out on his boat.^ About 30 weekends a year, he went out on his boat.
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.He once said, "An actor needs something to stabilize his personality, something to nail down what he really is, not what he is currently pretending to be."^ He once said: "An actor needs something to stabilize his personality, something to nail down what he really is, not what he is currently pretending to be."
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^ He once said, "An actor needs something to stabilize his personality, something to nail down what he really is, not what he is currently pretending to be."
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^ Because, whether or not they confess it as frankly as Barbra Streisand who said, "To me being really famous is being a movie star," that is the goal of all actors in the theatre.

.He had a lifelong disgust for the pretentious, fake or phony, as his son Stephen told Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne in 1999. Sensitive yet caustic, and disgusted by the inferior movies he was performing in, Bogart cultivated the persona of a soured idealist, a man exiled from better things in New York, living by his wits, drinking too much, cursed to live out his life among second-rate people and projects.^ He had a lifelong disgust for the pretentious, fake or phony.
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^ The soured idealist; the loner; the hard-drinking man exiled from better things in New Yorkall of these were crucial parts of Rick Blaineand of Bogart.
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^ Sensitive yet caustic, and disgusted by the inferior movies he was performing in, Bogart cultivated the persona of a soured idealist, a man exiled from better things in New York, living by his wits, drinking too much, cursed to live out his life among second-rate people and projects.
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.Bogart rarely saw his own films and avoided premieres.^ Bogart rarely saw his own films and avoided premieres.
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^ Other relatives were few and rarely saw the Bogarts.
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^ Bogart rarely saw his own movies and didn't even attend the premieres, which were an expected part of the actor's job.
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.He did not participate in the Hollywood gossip game or cozy up to the newspaper columnists, nor engage in phony politeness and admiration of his peers or in behind the scenes back-stabbing.^ He did not participate in the Hollywood gossip game or cozy up to the newspaper columnists, nor engage in phony politeness and admiration of his peers or in behind the scenes back-stabbing.
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.He even protected his privacy with invented press releases about his private life to satisfy the curiosity of the newspapers and the public.^ He even protected his privacy with invented press releases about his private life to satisfy the curiosity of the newspapers and the public.
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^ Since publicity is the life blood of stardom without which a star will die, it is equally obvious that he must keep it flowing through his private life which feeds the envy and curiosity that bring many people into theatres.

[57] .When he thought an actor, director or a movie studio had done something shoddy, he spoke up about it and was willing to be quoted.^ When he thought an actor, director or a movie studio had done something shoddy, he spoke up about it, and was willing to be quoted on the record.
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^ When he thought an actor, director or a movie studio had done something shoddy, he spoke up about it and was willing to be quoted.
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^ These marvellous actors of realism spoke their lines as if they had just thought of them.

.He advised Robert Mitchum that the only way to stay alive in Hollywood was to be an "againster". As a result, he was not the most popular of actors, and some in the Hollywood community shunned him privately to avoid trouble with the studios.^ Bogarts exalted standing in the Hollywood pantheon would have astonished most of the agents, casting directors and studio bosses who knew him in the 1920s and 1930s as a good but hardly great Broadway stage actor and B-movie player in Hollywood.
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^ Bogart was selected out of It's a Wise Child, in which he played a gentlemanly young cad with only his good looks to recommend him to Hollywood producers, who were never inspired in casting an actor who had not yet established his own characterisation.

^ He had always felt Hollywood people did not like him much, and he was deeply moved to find himself so popular now.
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[58] .But the Hollywood press, unaccustomed to candor, was delighted.^ But the Hollywood press, unaccustomed to candor, was delighted.
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^ The Hollywood press, unaccustomed to candor, was delighted.
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Bogart once said:
.All over Hollywood, they are continually advising me "Oh, you mustn't say that.^ Bogart once said, "All over Hollywood, they are continually advising me 'Oh, you mustn't say that.
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^ All over Hollywood, they are continually advising me "Oh, you mustn't say that.
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^ After the play closed, however, she went to Hollywood, but insisted on continuing her career (she was still a bigger star than he was), and they decided to divorce in 1937.
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.That will get you in a lot of trouble" when I remark that some picture or writer or director or producer is no good.^ That will get you in a lot of trouble" when I remark that some picture or writer or director or producer is no good.
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^ Synopsis: After years of wooing director John Huston via good reviews, film critic James Agee was given a chance to write the screenplay for a Huston picture.
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I don't get it. .If he isn't any good, why can't you say so?^ If he isn't any good, why can't you say so?
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.If more people would mention it, pretty soon it might start having some effect.^ If more people would mention it, pretty soon it might start having some effect.
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Rise to stardom

High Sierra

.High Sierra, a 1941 movie directed by Raoul Walsh, had a screenplay written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston, adapted from the novel by W.R. Burnett (Little Caesar, etc.^ High Sierra, a 1941 Raoul Walsh movie, was written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston.
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^ In 1951, Bogart starred in the movie The African Queen, with Katharine Hepburn, and again directed by his friend John Huston.
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^ High Sierra , a 1941 movie directed by Raoul Walsh , had a screenplay written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston , adapted from the novel by W.R. Burnett ( Little Caesar , etc.
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).[59] .Both Paul Muni and George Raft turned down the lead role, giving Bogart the opportunity to play a character of some depth.^ Both Paul Muni and George Raft turned down the lead role, giving Bogart the opportunity to play a character of some depth.
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^ She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.
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^ Synopsis: In a manner of speaking, Humphrey Bogart had George Raft to thank for his ascendancy to stardom: after all, if Raft hadn't turned down both High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon , Bogart might have continued playing second-billed gangsters to the end of his days.
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.The film was Bogart's last major film playing a gangster (his final gangster role was in The Big Shot in 1942).^ The film was Bogart's last major film playing a gangster (his final gangster role was in The Big Shot in 1942).
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^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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^ She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.
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.Bogart worked well with Ida Lupino, and her relationship with him was a close one, provoking jealousy from Bogart's wife Mayo.^ Bogart worked well with Ida Lupino , and her relationship with him was a close one, provoking jealousy from Bogart's wife Mayo.
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^ The more she and Bogart drifted apart, the more she drank, got furious and threw things at him: plants, crockery, anything close at hand.
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^ Actors: Humphrey Bogart , Ida Lupino , Arthur Kennedy , Joan Leslie , Alan Curtis .
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.The film cemented a strong personal and professional connection between Bogart and Huston.^ The film cemented a strong personal and professional connection between Bogart and Huston.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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.Bogart admired and somewhat envied Huston for his skill as a writer.^ Bogart admired and somewhat envied Huston for his skill as a writer.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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^ John Huston reported being easily bored, and admired Bogart not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration.
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.Though a poor student, Bogart was a lifelong reader.^ Though a poor student, Bogart was a lifelong reader.
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.He could quote Plato, Pope, Ralph Waldo Emerson and over a thousand lines of Shakespeare.^ He could quote Plato , Pope , Ralph Waldo Emerson and over a thousand lines of Shakespeare .
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^ He could quote Plato, Pope, Ralph Waldo Emerson and over a thousand lines of Shakespeare.
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.He subscribed to the Harvard Law Review.^ He subscribed to the Harvard Law Review .
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[61] .He admired writers, and some of his best friends were screenwriters, including Louis Bromfield, Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson.^ He admired writers, and some of his best friends were screenwriters , including Louis Bromfield , Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson .
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^ He admired writers, and some of his best friends were screenwriters, including Louis Bromfield, Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson.
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.Bogart enjoyed intense, provocative conversation and stiff drinks, as did Huston.^ Bogart enjoyed intense, provocative conversation and stiff drinks, as did Huston.
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^ John Huston reported being easily bored, and admired Bogart not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration.
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^ High Sierra, a 1941 Raoul Walsh movie, was written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston.
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.Both were rebellious and liked to play childish pranks.^ Both were rebellious and liked to play childish pranks.
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.John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production, and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set.^ John Huston reported being easily bored, and admired Bogart not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration.
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^ John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production, and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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[62]

The Maltese Falcon

.Raft turned down the male lead in John Huston's directorial debut The Maltese Falcon (1941), due to its being a cleaned up version of the pre-Production Code The Maltese Falcon (1931), his contract stipulating that he did not have to appear in remakes.^ Now George Raft turned down the male lead in John Huston's directorial debut, The Maltese Falcon, also 1941.
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^ Bogart as Sam Spade in The Maltese Falcon Raft turned down the male lead in John Huston's directorial debut The Maltese Falcon (1941), due to its being a cleaned up version of the pre- Production Code The Maltese Falcon (1931), his contract stipulating that he did not have to appear in remakes.
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^ Synopsis: In a manner of speaking, Humphrey Bogart had George Raft to thank for his ascendancy to stardom: after all, if Raft hadn't turned down both High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon , Bogart might have continued playing second-billed gangsters to the end of his days.
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.The original novel, written by Dashiell Hammett, was first published in the pulp magazine Black Mask in 1929. It was also the basis for another movie version, Satan Met a Lady (1936).^ It was also the basis for another movie version, Satan Met a Lady (1936).
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^ The original novel, written by Dashiell Hammett , was first published in the pulp magazine Black Mask in 1929.
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[63] Complementing Bogart were co-stars Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, Elisha Cook, Jr., and Mary Astor as the treacherous female foil.[64]
.Bogart's sharp timing as private detective Sam Spade was praised by the cast and director as vital to the quick action and rapid-fire dialog.^ Bogart's sharp timing as private detective Sam Spade was praised by the cast and director as vital to the quick action and rapid-fire dialog.
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^ Once again, the dialogue was full of sexual innuendo supplied by Hawks, and Bogart is convincing and enduring as private detective Philip Marlowe .
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^ For the first time, Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough, strong man and, at the same time, as a vulnerable love interest.
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[61] .The film was a huge hit and for Huston, a triumphant directorial debut.^ The film was a huge hit and for Huston, a triumphant directorial debut.
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^ John Huston , a long-established screenwriter making his directorial debut, got it right, simply by adhering as closely as possible to the original.  Read More .
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.Bogart was unusually happy with it, remarking, "it is practically a masterpiece.^ Bogart was unusually happy with it, remarking, "it is practically a masterpiece.
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.I don’t have many things I’m proud of...^ I don’t have many things I’m proud of… but that's one".
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but that's one".[65]

Casablanca

.Bogart gained his first real romantic lead in 1942's Casablanca, playing Rick Blaine, the hard-pressed expatriate nightclub owner, hiding from the past and negotiating a fine line between Nazis, the French underground, the Vichy prefect and unresolved feelings for his ex-girlfriend.^ Bogart gained his first real romantic lead in 1942's Casablanca , playing Rick Blaine, the hard-pressed expatriate nightclub owner, hiding from the past and negotiating a fine line between Nazis , the French underground , the Vichy prefect and unresolved feelings for his ex-girlfriend.
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^ The next year, his performance as Rick Blaine in Casablanca (1942) raised him to the peak of his profession and at the same time, cemented his trademark film persona, that of the hard-boiled cynic who ultimately shows his noble side.
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^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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.The film was directed by Michael Curtiz, produced by Hal Wallis and featured a strong cast, including Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Sydney Greenstreet, Paul Henreid, Conrad Veidt, Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson.^ The film was directed by Michael Curtiz , produced by Hal Wallis and featured a strong cast, including Ingrid Bergman , Claude Rains , Sydney Greenstreet , Paul Henreid , Conrad Veidt , Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson .
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^ Issue #70 of the US The Phantom (1977) comic book is known as the "Bogart" issue, as the story stars Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall , Sydney Greenstreet , Peter Lorre and Claude Rains and is a mixture of Casablanca , The African Queen , The Maltese Falcon and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre .
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^ Complementing Bogart were co-stars Sydney Greenstreet , Peter Lorre , Elisha Cook, Jr. Mary Astor as the treacherous female foil.
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.In real life, Bogart played tournament chess, one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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^ In June 1945, in an interview in the magazine Silver Screen , when asked what things in life mattered most to him, he replied that chess was one of his main interests.
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^ John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production, and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set.
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It was reportedly his idea that Rick Blaine be portrayed as a chess player, which also served as a metaphor for the sparring relationship of the characters played by Bogart and Rains in the movie. .However, Paul Henreid proved to be the best player.^ However, Paul Henreid proved to be the best player.
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[66]
.The on-screen magic of Bogart and Bergman was the result of two actors doing their very best work, not any real-life sparks, though Bogart's perennially jealous wife assumed otherwise.^ In real life, Bogart himself played tournament chess, achieving expert strength, one level below master level.
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^ Bogart didn't like the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a new movie every two months.
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^ Bogart had never been close to his father; Huston was very close to his father, the actor Walter Huston.
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.Off the set, the co-stars hardly spoke during the filming, where normally she had a reputation for affairs with her leading men.^ Off the set, the co-stars hardly spoke during the filming, where normally she had a reputation for affairs with her leading men.
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^ Off the set, Bergman and Bogart hardly spoke during the filming of Casablanca.
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^ John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production, and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set.
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[67] .Because Bergman was taller than her leading man, Bogart had 3-inch (76 mm) blocks attached to his shoes in certain scenes.^ Because Bergman was taller than her leading man, Bogart had 3-inch (76 mm) blocks attached to his shoes in certain scenes.
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^ Spiegel sent Katharine Hepburn the book and she suggested Bogart for the male lead, firmly believing that “he was the only man who could have played that part”.
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[67] .She reportedly said later, "I kissed him but I never knew him."^ She reportedly said later, "I kissed him but I never knew him."
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[68] .Years later, after Bergman had taken up with Italian director Roberto Rossellini, and bore him a child, Bogart confronted her.^ Years later, after Bergman had taken up with Italian director Roberto Rossellini , and bore him a child, Bogart confronted her.
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^ "Goddamn doctor," Bogart later told David Niven , "instead of stitching it up, he screwed it up."
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."You used to be a great star", he said, "What are you now?"^ "You used to be a great star," he said.
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^ "You used to be a great star", he said, "What are you now?"
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"A happy woman," she replied.[citation needed]
.Casablanca won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Picture.^ Casablanca won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Picture.
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^ Best Actor Academy Award winners .
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^ Casablanca won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Picture .
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Bogart was nominated for the Best Actor in a Leading Role, but lost out to Paul Lukas for his performance in Watch on the Rhine. .Still, for Bogart, it was a huge triumph.^ Still, for Bogart, it was a huge triumph.
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.The film vaulted him from fourth place to first in the studio's roster, finally exceeding James Cagney, and more than doubling his salary to over $460,000 per year by 1946, making him the highest paid actor in the world.^ The film vaulted him from fourth place to first in the studio's roster, finally exceeding James Cagney , and more than doubling his salary to over $460,000 per year by 1946, making him the highest paid actor in the world.
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^ Charlton Heston Creating a Legacy: Ingmar Bergman and Svensk Filmindustri For the first six years, which brought about ten films, Bergman struggled to find both critical praise and an audience that would cement him as one of the world's best directors.

^ Full Synopsis Biography: Edward G. Robinson - Little Big Man There is no gangster actor more famous in film history than "Edward G....
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[69]

Bogart and Bacall

Bogart and Bacall interviewed during World War II.
.Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not (1944), a very loose adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel.^ Bogart and Bacall interviewed during World War II. Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not (1944), a very loose adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel.
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^ In 1945, the cover of the June-July issue of Chess Review showed Bogart playing with Charles Boyer , as Lauren Bacall (who also played) looks on.
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^ Lauren Bacall gave birth to Stephen Humphrey Bogart on January 6, 1949.
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The movie has many similarities with Casablanca — the same enemies, the same kind of hero, even a piano player sidekick (this time Hoagy Carmichael).
.When they met, Bacall was nineteen and Bogart was forty-five.^ When they met, Bacall was nineteen and Bogart was forty-five.
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^ Bogart and Bacall interviewed during World War II. Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not (1944), a very loose adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel.
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He nicknamed her "Baby." .She had been a model since she was sixteen and had acted in two failed plays.^ She had been a model since she was sixteen and had acted in two failed plays.
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.Bogart was drawn to Bacall's high cheekbones, green eyes, tawny blond hair, and lean body, as well as her poise and earthy, outspoken honesty.^ Bogart was drawn to Bacall's high cheekbones, green eyes, tawny blond hair, and lean body, as well as her poise and earthy, outspoken honesty.
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[70] .Reportedly he said, “I just saw your test.^ Reportedly he said, “I just saw your test.
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.We’ll have a lot of fun together”.^ We’ll have a lot of fun together”.
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[71] .Their physical and emotional rapport was very strong from the start, and the age difference and different acting experience also created the additional dimension of a mentor-student relationship.^ Their physical and emotional rapport was very strong from the start, and the age difference and different acting experience also created the additional dimension of a mentor-student relationship.
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.Quite contrary to the Hollywood norm, it was his first affair with a leading lady.^ Quite contrary to the Hollywood norm, it was his first affair with a leading lady.
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[72] .Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and brief, their separations bridged by ardent love letters.^ Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and brief, their separations bridged by ardent love letters.
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^ If Lauren Bacall was with Bogart, Romanoff might turn to her and say: "I see that you are still dating the same aging actor."
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^ Bogart allowed Bacall romantic crushes on Adlai Stevenson and Leonard Bernstein, knowing she'd married young before ever having much chance to date.
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[73] .The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film, and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her.^ The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film, and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her.
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^ Bogart performed radio adaptations of some of his best known films, such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon .
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^ Howard Hawks , for his part, also did his best to boost her performance and her role, and found Bogart easy to direct.
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He let her steal scenes and even encouraged it. .Howard Hawks, for his part, also did his best to boost her performance and her role, and found Bogart easy to direct.^ Howard Hawks , for his part, also did his best to boost her performance and her role, and found Bogart easy to direct.
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^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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^ Bogart performed radio adaptations of some of his best known films, such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon .
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[74]
.Hawks at some point began to disapprove of the pair.^ Hawks at some point began to disapprove of the pair.
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.Hawks considered himself her protector and mentor, and Bogart was usurping that role.^ Hawks considered himself her protector and mentor, and Bogart was usurping that role.
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^ Many Bogart biographers and actress/writer Louise Brooks agree that the role is the closest to Bogart's real self and is considered among his best performances.
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^ Howard Hawks , for his part, also did his best to boost her performance and her role, and found Bogart easy to direct.
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.Hawks fell for Bacall as well (normally he avoided his starlets, and he was married).^ Hawks fell for Bacall as well (normally he avoided his starlets, and he was married).
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^ Out of jealousy, Hawks said of Bacall: "Bogie fell in love with the character she played, so she had to keep playing it the rest of her life."
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.Hawks told her that she meant nothing to Bogart and even threatened to send her to Monogram, the worst studio in Hollywood.^ Hawks told her that she meant nothing to Bogart and even threatened to send her to Monogram , the worst studio in Hollywood.
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^ Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this, even though it was in Bogart's contract, fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power.
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.Bogart calmed her down and then went after Hawks.^ Bogart calmed her down and then went after Hawks.
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.Jack Warner settled the dispute and filming resumed.^ Jack Warner settled the dispute and filming resumed.
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[75] .Out of jealousy, Hawks said of Bacall: "Bogie fell in love with the character she played, so she had to keep playing it the rest of her life."^ And the funny thing is that Bogie fell in love with the character she played, so she had to keep playing it the rest of her life."
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^ Out of jealousy, Hawks said of Bacall: "Bogie fell in love with the character she played, so she had to keep playing it the rest of her life."
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^ Bogart fell in love with Bacall.
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[76]

The Big Sleep

.Just months after wrapping the film, Bogart and Bacall were re-united for their second movie together, the film noir masterpiece The Big Sleep, based on the novel by Raymond Chandler, again with script help from William Faulkner.^ Bogart and Bacall's relationship is at the heart of the film noir masterpiece The Big Sleep.
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^ Just months after wrapping the film, Bogart and Bacall were re-united for their second movie together, the film noir masterpiece The Big Sleep , based on the novel by Raymond Chandler , again with script help from William Faulkner .
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^ The plot is complex and has holes in it that even Raymond Chandler, who wrote the novel on which it was based, could not explain.
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.Chandler thoroughly admired Bogart's performance: "Bogart can be tough without a gun.^ Chandler thoroughly admired Bogart's performance: "Bogart can be tough without a gun.
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.Also, he has a sense of humor that contains that grating undertone of contempt."^ Also, he has a sense of humor that contains that grating undertone of contempt."
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^ Also he has a sense of humor that contains that grating undertone of contempt."
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[77]
.Bogart was still torn between his new love and his sense of duty to his marriage.^ Bogart was still torn between his new love and his sense of duty to his marriage.
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^ Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and brief, their separations bridged by ardent love letters.
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^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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.The mood on the set was tense, the actors both emotionally exhausted as Bogart tried to find a way out of his dilemma.^ The mood on the set was tense, the actors both emotionally exhausted as Bogart tried to find a way out of his dilemma.
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.Once again, the dialogue was full of sexual innuendo supplied by Hawks, and Bogart is convincing and enduring as private detective Philip Marlowe.^ Once again, the dialogue was full of sexual innuendo supplied by Hawks, and Bogart is convincing and enduring as private detective Philip Marlowe .
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^ Bogart's sharp timing as private detective Sam Spade was praised by the cast and director as vital to the quick action and rapid-fire dialog.
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.In the end, the film was very successful, though some critics found the plot confusing and overly complicated.^ In the end, the film was very successful, though some critics found the plot confusing and overly complicated.
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Marriage

Divorce proceedings were initiated by February 1945. Bogart and Bacall then married in a small ceremony at the country home of Bogart's close friend, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield at Malabar Farm in Lucas, Ohio on May 21, 1945.
.Bogart and Bacall moved into a $160,000 white brick mansion in an exclusive neighborhood in Holmby Hills.The marriage proved to be a happy one, though there were the normal tensions due to their differences.^ Bogart and Bacall moved into a $160,000 white brick mansion in an exclusive neighborhood in Holmby Hills .The marriage proved to be a happy one, though there were the normal tensions due to their differences.
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^ On August 21, 1938, Bogart entered into a disastrous third marriage, with actress Mayo Methot , a lively, friendly woman when sober, but paranoid when drunk.
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^ Bogart's second marriage was on the rocks, and he was less than happy with his acting career to date; he became depressed, irritable, and drank heavily.
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He was a homebody and she liked nightlife. .He loved the sea; it made her sick.^ He loved the sea; it made her sick.
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Bacall allowed Bogart lots of weekend time on his boat as she got seasick.[79] .Bogart's drinking sometimes inflamed tensions.^ Bogart's drinking sometimes inflamed tensions.
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[80]
.Lauren Bacall gave birth to Stephen Humphrey Bogart on January 6, 1949. Stephen was named after Bogart's character's nickname in To Have and Have Not, making Bogart a father at 49.[81] Stephen would go on to become a best-selling author and biographer, later hosting a television special about his father on Turner Classic Movies.^ When Lauren Bacall gave birth to a son, Stephen, Bogart became a father at 49.
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^ Lauren Bacall gave birth to Stephen Humphrey Bogart on January 6, 1949.
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^ Stephen would go on to become a best-selling author and biographer, later hosting a television special about his father on Turner Classic Movies .
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They had their second child, Leslie Howard Bogart on August 23, 1952, a girl named after British actor Leslie Howard, who had been killed in World War II.[82]

Later career

.The enormous success of Casablanca redefined Bogart's career.^ The enormous success of Casablanca redefined Bogart's career.
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.For the first time, Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough, strong man and, at the same time, as a vulnerable love interest.^ For the first time, Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough, strong man and, at the same time, as a vulnerable love interest.
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^ Bogart plays embittered writer Dixon Steele, who has a history of violence and becomes a suspect in a murder case at the same time that he falls in love with a failed actress, played by Gloria Grahame .
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^ Bogart's sharp timing as private detective Sam Spade was praised by the cast and director as vital to the quick action and rapid-fire dialog.
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.Despite Bogart's elevated standing, he did not yet have a contractual right of script refusal, so when he got weak scripts, he dug in his heels, and locked horns again with the front office, as he did on the film Conflict (1943).^ Despite Bogart's elevated standing, he did not yet have a contractual right of script refusal, so when he got weak scripts, he dug in his heels, and locked horns again with the front office, as he did on the film Conflict (1943).
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^ Bogart was lukewarm about the part, but agreed to it on a handshake with Wilder, without a finished script, and with the director's assurances to take good care of Bogart during the filming.
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^ The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film, and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her.
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[83] .Though he submitted to Jack Warner on that picture, he successfully turned down God is My Co-Pilot (1945).^ Though he submitted to Jack Warner on that picture, he successfully turned down God is My Co-Pilot (1945).
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^ Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this, even though it was in Bogart's contract, fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power.
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^ He also stood behind Joan Bennett and insisted on her as his co-star in We're No Angels when a scandal made her persona non grata with Jack Warner.
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[84] .During part of 1943 and 1944, Bogart went on USO and War Bond tours accompanied by Mayo, enduring arduous travels to Italy and North Africa, including Casablanca.^ During part of 1943 and 1944, Bogart went on USO and War Bond tours accompanied by Mayo, enduring arduous travels to Italy and North Africa, including Casablanca.
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^ Bogart was lukewarm about the part, but agreed to it on a handshake with Wilder, without a finished script, and with the director's assurances to take good care of Bogart during the filming.
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^ Bogart and Bacall interviewed during World War II. Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not (1944), a very loose adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel.
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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

.Riding high in 1947 with a new contract which provided some script refusal rights and the right to form his own separate production company, Bogart reunited with John Huston for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, a stark tale of greed involving three gold prospectors played out in the dusty back country of Mexico.^ Riding high in 1947 with a new contract which provided some script refusal rights and the right to form his own separate production company, Bogart reunited with John Huston for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre , a stark tale of greed involving three gold prospectors played out in the dusty back country of Mexico .
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^ Like his portrayal of Fred C. Dobbs in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Bogart playedbut did not overplaya paranoid, self-pitying character whose small-mindedness eventually destroyed him.
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^ High Sierra , a 1941 movie directed by Raoul Walsh , had a screenplay written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston , adapted from the novel by W.R. Burnett ( Little Caesar , etc.
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.Absent any love story or a happy ending, it was deemed a risky project.^ Absent any love story or a happy ending, it was deemed a risky project.
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[85] Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston, "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".[86]
The film was grueling to make, and was done in summer for greater realism and atmosphere.[87] James Agee wrote, "Bogart does a wonderful job with this character...miles ahead of the very good work he has done before”. .John Huston won the Academy Award for direction and screenplay and his father won Best Supporting Actor, but the film had mediocre box office results.^ Casablanca won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Picture.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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^ But when Bogart won the Academy Award, he thanked John Huston, Katharine Hepburn, the cast and crew of the movie.
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Bogart complained, “An intelligent script, beautifully directed—something different—and the public turned a cold shoulder on it".[88]

The House Un-American Activities Committee

Bogart, a liberal Democrat,[89] organized a delegation to Washington, D.C., called the Committee for the First Amendment during the height of McCarthyism, against the House Un-American Activities Committee's harassment of Hollywood screenwriters and actors. He subsequently wrote an article "I'm No Communist" in the March 1948 edition of Photoplay magazine in which he distanced himself from The Hollywood Ten in order to counter the negative publicity that resulted from his appearance. .Bogart wrote: "The ten men cited for contempt by the House Un-American Activities Committee were not defended by us."^ Bogart wrote: "The ten men cited for contempt by the House Un-American Activities Committee were not defended by us."
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^ Bogart, a liberal Democrat , [ 89 ] organized a delegation to Washington, D.C. , called the Committee for the First Amendment during the height of McCarthyism , against the House Un-American Activities Committee 's harassment of Hollywood screenwriters and actors.
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^ The House Un-American Activities Committee .
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Santana Productions

In addition to being offered better, more diverse roles, he started his own production company in 1948, Santana Productions, named after his private sailing yacht. .(Santana was also the name of the cabin cruiser featured in the 1948 film Key Largo).^ The plain-speaking Bogart always solves the mystery and gets the girl, in such films as The Maltese Falcon , Key Largo , and To Have and Have Not .
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[91] .Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this, even though it was in Bogart's contract, fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power.^ Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this, even though it was in Bogart's contract, fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power.
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^ Hawks told her that she meant nothing to Bogart and even threatened to send her to Monogram , the worst studio in Hollywood.
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^ Jack Warner, famous for butting heads with his stars, tried to get Bogart to adopt a stage name, but Bogart stubbornly refused.
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.The studios, however, were already under a lot of pressure, not just from free-lancing actors like Bogart, James Stewart, Henry Fonda and others (who also saved taxes as independents), but also from the eroding impact of television and from anti-trust laws which were breaking up theater chains.^ The studios, however, were already under a lot of pressure, not just from free-lancing actors like Bogart, James Stewart , Henry Fonda and others (who also saved taxes as independents), but also from the eroding impact of television and from anti-trust laws which were breaking up theater chains.
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^ Silent Film The Quiet Heroism of German Actor Conrad Veidt In his own way, German actor Conrad Veidt was just as heroic as anyone who picked up a rifle and went into battle against evil.

^ Lauren Bacall , Humphrey Bogart and Henry Fonda in the 1955 television broadcast of Petrified Forest .
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[92] Bogart performed in his final films for Warners, Chain Lightning and The Enforcer, both released early in 1950.
.Under Bogart's Santana Productions, which released through Columbia Pictures, Bogart starred in Knock on Any Door (1949), Tokyo Joe (1949), In a Lonely Place (1950), Sirocco (1951) and Beat the Devil (1954).^ Under Bogart's Santana Productions, which released through Columbia Pictures , Bogart starred in Knock on Any Door (1949), Tokyo Joe (1949), In a Lonely Place (1950), Sirocco (1951) and Beat the Devil (1954).
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^ Bogart performed in his final films for Warners, Chain Lightning and The Enforcer , both released early in 1950.
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^ Howard, who held production rights, made it clear he wanted Bogart to star with him.
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While the majority of his films lost money at the box office (the main reason for Santana's end), at least two of them are still remembered today; In a Lonely Place is now recognized as a masterpiece of film noir. .Bogart plays embittered writer Dixon Steele, who has a history of violence and becomes a suspect in a murder case at the same time that he falls in love with a failed actress, played by Gloria Grahame.^ Bogart plays embittered writer Dixon Steele, who has a history of violence and becomes a suspect in a murder case at the same time that he falls in love with a failed actress, played by Gloria Grahame .
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^ Many Bogart biographers and actress/writer Louise Brooks agree that the role is the closest to Bogart's real self and is considered among his best performances.
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^ For the first time, Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough, strong man and, at the same time, as a vulnerable love interest.
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.Many Bogart biographers and actress/writer Louise Brooks agree that the role is the closest to Bogart's real self and is considered among his best performances.^ Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career.
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^ Many Bogart biographers and actress/writer Louise Brooks agree that the role is the closest to Bogart's real self and is considered among his best performances.
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^ Humphrey Bogart's life has spurred the imaginations of many writers and others: .
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[93] .She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.^ She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.
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^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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.The character even mimics some of Bogart's personal habits, including twice ordering Bogart's favorite meal of ham and eggs.^ The character even mimics some of Bogart's personal habits, including twice ordering Bogart's favorite meal of ham and eggs.
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^ Both Paul Muni and George Raft turned down the lead role, giving Bogart the opportunity to play a character of some depth.
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[94]
.Beat the Devil, his last film with his close friend and favorite director John Huston, also enjoys a cult following.^ Beat the Devil , his last film with his close friend and favorite director John Huston , also enjoys a cult following.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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^ The main problem was that Wilder was the opposite of his ideal director, John Huston, in both style and personality.
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.Co-written by Truman Capote, the movie is a parody of The Maltese Falcon, and is a tale of an amoral group of rogues chasing an unattainable treasure, in this instance uranium.^ Co-written by Truman Capote , the movie is a parody of The Maltese Falcon , and is a tale of an amoral group of rogues chasing an unattainable treasure, in this instance uranium .
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^ Best Movie Top Ten Gift Ideas for the Classic Movie Lover From "Angels with Dirty Faces" to the classic "The Maltese Falcon", here are ten movies that will bring a smile to your classic movie lover's face.

[95]
Bogart sold his interest in Santana to Columbia for over $1 million in 1955.[96]

The panda incident

.Bogart and his friend Bill Seeman arrived at the El Morocco Club in New York City after midnight in 1950. Bogart and Seeman sent someone to buy two 22-pound stuffed pandas because, in a drunken state, they thought the pandas would be good company.^ Bogart and Seeman sent someone to buy two 22-pound stuffed pandas because, in a drunken state, they thought the pandas would be good company.
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^ Bogart and his friend Bill Seeman arrived at the El Morocco Club in New York City after midnight in 1950.
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^ More importantly, he resumed his friendship with boyhood mate Bill Brady, Jr. Bogart got an office job working for William A. Brady Sr.'s new company World Films.
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[97] .They propped up the bears in separate chairs, and began to drink.^ They propped up the bears in separate chairs, and began to drink.
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^ They propped up the bears in separate chairs, and began doing some heavy drinking.
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^ CAPEN: So would they go off the set afterward and drink all night and stay up all night and talk film?
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.Two young women saw the stuffed animals.^ Two young women saw the stuffed animals.
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^ Two young women at the club saw the pandas.
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.When one woman picked one up, she quickly ended up on the floor.^ When one woman picked one up, she quickly ended up on the floor.
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^ One of them picked up one of the pandas.
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^ After she fell to the floor, her friend picked up the other panda, Bogart said something cruel, and her boyfriend arrived and began throwing plates.
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.The other woman tried to do the same and wound up in the same position.^ The other woman tried to do the same and wound up in the same position.
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[97]
.The next morning Bogart was awakened by a city official who served him a summons for assault.^ The next morning Bogart was awakened by a city official who served him a summons for assault.
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^ Bogart plays a violent criminal just released from prison who knows he's got just one more job in him.
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^ After his discharge, Bogart looked up a family friend, theatrical producer William A. Brady, who hired him as an office boy.
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.Knowing a media frenzy was imminent, he met the media unshaven and in pajamas.^ Knowing a media frenzy was imminent, he met the media unshaven and in pajamas.
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.He told the press he remembered grabbing the panda and "this screaming, squawking young lady.^ He told the press he remembered grabbing the panda and "this screaming, squawking young lady.
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^ At about 3:45 in the morning a pair of young ladies, a model and a socialite, decided they would make off with the pandas.

Nobody got hurt, I didn't sock anybody; if girls were falling on the floor, I guess it was because they couldn't stand up."[98] At the same time Time reported the alleged victim had three marks from the alleged assault and "she explained that they were swelling and contusions."[97] Club spokesperson Leonard MacBain stated, "No blows were exchanged, it was just one of those things."[97]
.The following Friday, after the woman admitted to touching the panda, "Magistrate John R. Starkey ruled that Bogart had been defending his property, said he suspected the actor had been mousetrapped in the cause of club publicity, and dismissed the case."^ The following Friday, after the woman admitted to touching the panda, "Magistrate John R. Starkey ruled that Bogart had been defending his property, said he suspected the actor had been mousetrapped in the cause of club publicity, and dismissed the case."
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^ Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston , "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".
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[99]

The African Queen

Bogart in The African Queen
.Bogart starred with Katharine Hepburn in the movie The African Queen in 1951, again directed by his friend John Huston.^ Bogart in The African Queen Bogart starred with Katharine Hepburn in the movie The African Queen in 1951, again directed by his friend John Huston.
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^ High Sierra , a 1941 movie directed by Raoul Walsh , had a screenplay written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner, John Huston , adapted from the novel by W.R. Burnett ( Little Caesar , etc.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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.The novel was overlooked and left undeveloped for fifteen years until producer Sam Spiegel and Huston bought the rights.^ The novel was overlooked and left undeveloped for fifteen years until producer Sam Spiegel and Huston bought the rights.
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.Spiegel sent Katharine Hepburn the book and she suggested Bogart for the male lead, firmly believing that “he was the only man who could have played that part”.^ Spiegel sent Katharine Hepburn the book and she suggested Bogart for the male lead, firmly believing that “he was the only man who could have played that part”.
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^ Because Bergman was taller than her leading man, Bogart had 3-inch (76 mm) blocks attached to his shoes in certain scenes.
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^ For the first time, Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough, strong man and, at the same time, as a vulnerable love interest.
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[100] .Huston's love of adventure, a chance to work with Hepburn, and Bogart's earlier successes with Huston convinced Bogart to leave the comfortable confines of Hollywood for a difficult shoot on location in the Belgian Congo in Africa.^ Huston's love of adventure, a chance to work with Hepburn, and Bogart's earlier successes with Huston convinced Bogart to leave the comfortable confines of Hollywood for a difficult shoot on location in the Belgian Congo in Africa.
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^ Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston , "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".
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^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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.Bogart was to get 30 percent of the profits and Hepburn 10 percent, plus a relatively small salary for both.^ Bogart was to get 30 percent of the profits and Hepburn 10 percent, plus a relatively small salary for both.
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.The stars met up in London and announced the happy prospect of working together.^ The stars met up in London and announced the happy prospect of working together.
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.Bacall came for the duration (over four months), leaving their young child behind, but the Bogarts started the trip with a junket through Europe, including a visit with Pope Pius XII.^ Bacall came for the duration (over four months), leaving their young child behind, but the Bogarts started the trip with a junket through Europe, including a visit with Pope Pius XII .
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^ Bacall on Bogart (1988) Humphrey Bogart: The Man Behind the Myth (1990) Hollywood Legends: Humphrey Bogart .
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[101] .Later, the glamor would be gone and she would make herself useful as a cook, nurse, and clothes washer, for which Bogart praised her, “I don’t know what we’d have done without her.^ Later, the glamor would be gone and she would make herself useful as a cook, nurse, and clothes washer, for which Bogart praised her, “I don’t know what we’d have done without her.
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.She Luxed my undies in darkest Africa”.^ She Luxed my undies in darkest Africa”.
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[102] .Just about everyone in the cast came down with dysentery except Bogart and John Huston, who subsisted on canned food and alcohol.^ Just about everyone in the cast came down with dysentery except Bogart and John Huston, who subsisted on canned food and alcohol.
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^ A seminal gangster film that focused attention on Bogart and writer John Huston.
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^ John Huston reported being easily bored, and admired Bogart not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration.
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.Bogart explained: "All I ate was baked beans, canned asparagus and Scotch whisky.^ Bogart explained: "All I ate was baked beans, canned asparagus and Scotch whisky .
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.Whenever a fly bit Huston or me, it dropped dead."^ Whenever a fly bit Huston or me, it dropped dead."
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[103] The teetotaling Hepburn, in and out of character, fared worse in the difficult conditions, losing weight, and at one time, getting very ill. .Bogart resisted Huston's insistence on using real leeches in a key scene where Bogart has to drag the boat through a shallow marsh, until reasonable fakes were employed.^ Bogart resisted Huston's insistence on using real leeches in a key scene where Bogart has to drag the boat through a shallow marsh, until reasonable fakes were employed.
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^ Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston , "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".
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^ Humphrey Bogart The Classic Film Noir Era Film Noir is the term used for the mostly black and white murder, drama, mystery movies of the 1930's through the 1950's.

[104] In the end, the crew overcame illness, soldier ant invasions, leaking boats, poor food, attacking hippos, bad water filters, fierce heat, isolation, and a boat fire to complete a memorable film.[105]
.The African Queen was the first Technicolor film in which Bogart appeared.^ The African Queen was the first Technicolor film in which Bogart appeared.
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^ The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film, and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her.
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^ Jean-Luc Godard 's Breathless (1960) was the first film to pay tribute to Bogart.
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Remarkably, he appeared in relatively few color films during the rest of his career, which continued for another five years. .(His other color films included The Caine Mutiny, The Barefoot Contessa, We're No Angels, and The Left Hand of God.^ (His other color films included The Caine Mutiny , The Barefoot Contessa , We're No Angels , and The Left Hand of God .
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^ In 1955, he made three films: We're No Angels (dir.
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^ During the filming of The Left Hand of God (1955), he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly.
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)
.The role of Charlie Allnutt won Bogart his only Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1951. Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career.^ Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career.
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^ The role of Charlie Allnutt won Bogart his only Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1951.
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^ Best Actor Academy Award winners .
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[106] .He had vowed to friends that if he won, his speech would break the convention of thanking everyone in sight.^ He had vowed to friends that if he won, his speech would break the convention of thanking everyone in sight.
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.But when Bogart won the Academy Award, which he truly coveted despite his well-advertised disdain for Hollywood, he said “It's a long way from the Belgian Congo to the stage of this theatre.^ But when Bogart won the Academy Award, which he truly coveted despite his well-advertised disdain for Hollywood, he said “It's a long way from the Belgian Congo to the stage of this theatre.
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^ Huston's love of adventure, a chance to work with Hepburn, and Bogart's earlier successes with Huston convinced Bogart to leave the comfortable confines of Hollywood for a difficult shoot on location in the Belgian Congo in Africa.
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^ Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935, suffering long periods without work.
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It's nicer to be here. Thank you very much...No one does it alone. .As in tennis, you need a good opponent or partner to bring out the best in you.^ As in tennis, you need a good opponent or partner to bring out the best in you.
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John and Katie helped me to be where I am now”. .Despite the thrilling win and the recognition, Bogart later commented, “The way to survive an Oscar is never to try to win another one...too many stars...win it and then figure they have to top themselves...they become afraid to take chances.^ Despite the thrilling win and the recognition, Bogart later commented, “The way to survive an Oscar is never to try to win another one...too many stars…win it and then figure they have to top themselves...they become afraid to take chances.
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^ A few months later, in 1921, Bogart made his stage debut in Drifting as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play, nervously speaking one line of dialog.
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^ Told that they don't have rabbit, he becomes insistent, leading waiter Elmer Fudd to try (unsuccessfully as usual) to serve Bugs as the meal.
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The result: A lot of dull performances in dull pictures”.[107]

Final roles

from the The Treasure of the Sierra Madre trailer (1948)
.Bogart dropped his asking price to get the role of Captain Queeg in Edward Dmytryk's The Caine Mutiny, then griped with some of his old bitterness about it.^ The Treasure of the Sierra Madre trailer (1948) Bogart dropped his asking price to get the role of Captain Queeg in Edward Dmytryk 's The Caine Mutiny , then griped with some of his old bitterness about it.
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[108] .For all his success, he was still his melancholy old self, grumbling and feuding with the studio, while his health was beginning to deteriorate.^ For all his success, he was still his melancholy old self, grumbling and feuding with the studio, while his health was beginning to deteriorate.
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.Bogart gave a bravura performance as Captain Queeg, an unstable naval officer, in many ways an extension of the character he had played in The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, and The Big Sleep—the wary loner who trusts no one—but with none of the warmth or humor that made those characters so appealing.^ Bogart gave a bravura performance as Captain Queeg , an unstable naval officer, in many ways an extension of the character he had played in The Maltese Falcon , Casablanca , and The Big Sleep —the wary loner who trusts no one—but with none of the warmth or humor that made those characters so appealing.
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^ Despite the thrilling win and the recognition, Bogart later commented, “The way to survive an Oscar is never to try to win another one...too many stars…win it and then figure they have to top themselves...they become afraid to take chances.
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^ Club spokesperson Leonard MacBain stated, "No blows were exchanged, it was just one of those things."
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.Like his portrayal of Fred C. Dobbs in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Bogart played a paranoid, self-pitying character whose small-mindedness eventually destroyed him.^ Like his portrayal of Fred C. Dobbs in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre , Bogart played a paranoid, self-pitying character whose small-mindedness eventually destroyed him.
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^ She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.
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^ Later, in Woody Allen 's comic tribute to Bogart Play It Again, Sam (1972), Bogart's ghost comes to the aid of Allen's bumbling character, a movie critic with woman troubles and whose "sex life has turned into the 'Petrified Forest'".
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.Three months before the film's release, Bogart as Queeg appeared on the cover of Time magazine, while on Broadway Henry Fonda was starring in the stage version (in a different role), both of which generated strong publicity for the film.^ Full Synopsis Biography: Henry Fonda - Hollywood's Quietest Hero Release: 1998 Part of the Biography television series from A&E, this documentary reviews the...
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^ There are archival film clips of some of Bogart's unforgettable roles, such as in Casablanca , The African Queen , and The Treasure of Sierra Madre.
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[109]
.In Sabrina, Billy Wilder, unable to secure Cary Grant, chose Bogart for the role of the older, conservative brother who competes with his younger playboy sibling (William Holden) for the affection of the Cinderella-like Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn).^ Bogart didn't like the roles chosen for him, but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940, Bogart averaged a new movie every two months.
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.Bogart was lukewarm about the part, but agreed to it on a handshake with Wilder, without a finished script, and with the director's assurances to take good care of Bogart during the filming.^ Bogart was lukewarm about the part, but agreed to it on a handshake with Wilder, without a finished script, and with the director's assurances to take good care of Bogart during the filming.
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^ Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career.
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^ Most of the studio's better movie scripts went to these men, and Bogart had to take what was left.
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[110] .But Bogart got on poorly with his director and co-stars.^ But Bogart got on poorly with his director and co-stars.
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^ Complementing Bogart were co-stars Sydney Greenstreet , Peter Lorre , Elisha Cook, Jr. Mary Astor as the treacherous female foil.
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^ Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston , "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".
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He also complained about the script, which was written on a last-minute, daily basis, and that Wilder favored Hepburn and Holden on and off the set. The main problem was that Wilder was the opposite of his ideal director, John Huston, in both style and personality. Bogart told the press that Wilder was "overbearing" and "is the kind of Prussian German with a riding crop. He is the type of director I don’t like to work with... the picture is a crock of crap. I got sick and tired of who gets Sabrina."[111] .Wilder said, "We parted as enemies but finally made up."^ Wilder said, “We parted as enemies but finally made up”.
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.Despite the acrimony, the film was successful.^ Despite the acrimony, the film was successful.
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The New York Times said of Bogart, "he is incredibly adroit... the skill with which this old rock-ribbed actor blend the gags and such duplicities with a manly manner of melting is one of the incalculable joys of the show."[112]
.The Barefoot Contessa, directed by Joseph Mankiewicz in 1954 and filmed in Rome, gave Bogart one of his subtlest roles.^ The Barefoot Contessa , directed by Joseph Mankiewicz in 1954 and filmed in Rome, Italy , gave Bogart one of his subtlest roles.
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^ Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town , of which a complete copy has never been found.
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^ She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity, because the film character's pride in his art, his selfishness, drunkenness, lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”.
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.In this Hollywood back-story movie, Bogart again is the broken-down man, this time the cynical director-narrator who saves his career by making a star of a flamenco dancer Ava Gardner, modeled on the real life of Rita Hayworth.^ In this Hollywood back-story movie, Bogart again is the broken-down man, this time the cynical director-narrator who saves his career by making a star of a flamenco dancer Ava Gardner , modeled on the real life of Rita Hayworth .
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^ Bogart's sharp timing as private detective Sam Spade was praised by the cast and director as vital to the quick action and rapid-fire dialog.
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.Bogart was uneasy with Gardner because she had just split from "rat-pack" buddy Frank Sinatra and was carrying on with bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín.^ Army veteran Frank McCloud (Humphrey Bogart) visits the family of an Army buddy who was killed in...
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.Bogart told her, "Half the world's female population would throw themselves at Frank's feet and here you are flouncing around with guys who wear capes and little ballerina slippers."^ Bogart told her, “Half the world's female population would throw themselves at Frank's feet and here you are flouncing around with guys who wear capes and little ballerina slippers”.
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^ Bogart never forgot Howard's favor, and in 1952 he named his only daughter, Leslie, after Howard, who had died in World War II .
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.He was also annoyed by her inexperienced performance.^ He was also annoyed by her inexperienced performance.
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Later, she credited him with helping her. .Bogart's performance was generally praised as the strongest part of the film.^ Bogart's performance was generally praised as the strongest part of the film.
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^ Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin, U.S.A. , in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate.
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^ Bogart performed in his final films for Warners, Chain Lightning and The Enforcer , both released early in 1950.
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[113] .During the filming, while Bacall was home, Bogart resumed his discreet affair with Verita Peterson, his long-time studio assistant whom he took sailing and enjoyed drinking with.^ During the filming, while Bacall was home, Bogart resumed his discreet affair with Verita Peterson, his long-time studio assistant whom he took sailing and enjoyed drinking with.
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^ Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and brief, their separations bridged by ardent love letters.
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^ During the filming of The Left Hand of God (1955), he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly.
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.But when Bacall suddenly arrived on the scene discovering them together, Bacall took it quite well.^ But when Bacall suddenly arrived on the scene discovering them together, Bacall took it quite well.
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.She extracted an expensive shopping spree from him and the three traveled together after the shooting.^ She extracted an expensive shopping spree from him and the three traveled together after the shooting.
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[114]
Bogart could be generous with actors, particularly those who were blacklisted, down on their luck, or having personal problems. .During the filming of The Left Hand of God (1955), he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly.^ During the filming of The Left Hand of God (1955), he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly.
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^ Off the set, the co-stars hardly spoke during the filming, where normally she had a reputation for affairs with her leading men.
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^ (His other color films included The Caine Mutiny , The Barefoot Contessa , We're No Angels , and The Left Hand of God .
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.He coached Tierney, feeding her lines.^ He coached Tierney, feeding her lines.
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.He was familiar with mental illness (his sister had bouts of depression), and Bogart encouraged Tierney to seek treatment, which she did.^ He was familiar with mental illness (his sister had bouts of depression), and Bogart encouraged Tierney to seek treatment, which she did.
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[115][116] .He also stood behind Joan Bennett and insisted on her as his co-star in We're No Angels when a scandal made her persona non grata with Jack Warner.^ In 1955, he made three films: We're No Angels (dir.
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^ He also stood behind Joan Bennett and insisted on her as his co-star in We're No Angels when a scandal made her persona non grata with Jack Warner.
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^ Jack Warner, famous for butting heads with his stars, tried to get Bogart to adopt a stage name, but Bogart stubbornly refused.
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[117]
.In 1955, he made three films: We're No Angels (dir.^ In 1955, he made three films: We're No Angels (dir.
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^ He also stood behind Joan Bennett and insisted on her as his co-star in We're No Angels when a scandal made her persona non grata with Jack Warner.
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^ The film was re-named Top Secret Affair and made with Kirk Douglas and Susan Hayward .
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Michael Curtiz), The Left Hand of God (dir. .Edward Dmytryk) and The Desperate Hours (dir.^ Edward Dmytryk ) and The Desperate Hours (dir.
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William Wyler). .Mark Robson's The Harder They Fall (1956) was his last film.^ Mark Robson 's The Harder They Fall (1956) was his last film.
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^ His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956).
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Television work

Bogart rarely appeared on television. .However, he and Lauren Bacall appeared on Edward R. Murrow's Person to Person.^ However, he and Lauren Bacall appeared on Edward R. Murrow 's Person to Person .
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Bogart was also featured on The Jack Benny Show. .The surviving kinescope of the live Benny telecast features Bogart in his only TV sketch comedy outing.^ The surviving kinescope of the live Benny telecast features Bogart in his only TV sketch comedy outing.
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^ Bogart and Bacall also worked together on an early color telecast, in 1955, an NBC adaptation of The Petrified Forest for Producers' Showcase ; only a black and white kinescope of the live telecast has survived.
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^ Bogart was also featured on The Jack Benny Show .
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.Bogart and Bacall also worked together on an early color telecast, in 1955, an NBC adaptation of The Petrified Forest for Producers' Showcase; only a black and white kinescope of the live telecast has survived.^ The surviving kinescope of the live Benny telecast features Bogart in his only TV sketch comedy outing.
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^ Bogart and Bacall also worked together on an early color telecast, in 1955, an NBC adaptation of The Petrified Forest for Producers' Showcase ; only a black and white kinescope of the live telecast has survived.
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^ Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and brief, their separations bridged by ardent love letters.
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Radio work

.Bogart performed radio adaptations of some of his best known films, such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon.^ There are archival film clips of some of Bogart's unforgettable roles, such as in Casablanca , The African Queen , and The Treasure of Sierra Madre.
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^ The plain-speaking Bogart always solves the mystery and gets the girl, in such films as The Maltese Falcon , Key Largo , and To Have and Have Not .
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.He also recorded a long-running radio series called Bold Venture with Lauren Bacall.^ Full Synopsis Biography: Moses This edition of Biography, the long running documentary series from A&E,...
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Filmography

The Rat Pack

.Bogart was a founding member of the Rat Pack.^ Bogart was a founding member of the Rat Pack .
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^ Bogart was uneasy with Gardner because she had just split from “rat-pack” buddy Frank Sinatra and was carrying on with a bullfighter.
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^ Main article: Humphrey Bogart filmography The Rat Pack .
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In the spring of 1955, after a long party in Las Vegas with Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, her husband, Sid Luft, Mike Romanoff and wife Gloria, David Niven, Angie Dickinson and others, Lauren Bacall surveyed the wreckage of the party and declared, "You look like a goddamn rat pack."[118]
.Romanoff's in Beverly Hills was where the Rat Pack became official.^ Romanoff's in Beverly Hills was where the Rat Pack became official.
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Sinatra was named Pack Leader, Bacall was named Den Mother, Bogie was Director of Public Relations, and Sid Luft was Acting Cage Manager.[99] When asked by columnist Earl Wilson what the purpose of the group was, Bacall responded "to drink a lot of bourbon and stay up late."[118]

Chess

.Bogart was an excellent chess player, almost of master strength.^ Bogart was an excellent chess player, almost of master strength .
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^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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^ It was reportedly his idea that Rick Blaine be portrayed as a chess player, which also served as a metaphor for the sparring relationship of the characters played by Bogart and Rains in the movie.
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.Before he made any money from acting, he would hustle players for dimes and quarters, playing in New York parks and at Coney Island.^ Before he made any money from acting, he would hustle players for dimes and quarters, playing in New York parks and at Coney Island.
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^ The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935.
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^ Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin, U.S.A. , in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate.
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.The chess scenes in Casablanca had not been in the original script, but were put in at his insistence.^ The chess scenes in Casablanca had not been in the original script, but were put in at his insistence.
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.A chess position from one of his correspondence games appears in the movie, although the image is a little blurred.^ A chess position from one of his correspondence games appears in the movie, although the image is a little blurred.
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He achieved a draw in a simultaneous exhibition given in 1955 at Beverly Hills by the famous chess Grandmaster Samuel Reshevsky and also played against George Koltanowski in San Francisco in 1952 (Koltanowski played blindfolded but still won in 41 moves).[119]
Bogart was a United States Chess Federation tournament director and active in the California State Chess Association, and a frequent visitor to the Hollywood chess club. In 1945, the cover of the June-July issue of Chess Review showed Bogart playing with Charles Boyer, as Lauren Bacall (who also played) looks on. .In June 1945, in an interview in the magazine Silver Screen, when asked what things in life mattered most to him, he replied that chess was one of his main interests.^ In real life, Bogart himself played tournament chess, achieving expert strength, one level below master level.
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.He added that he played chess almost daily, especially between film shootings.^ He added that he played chess almost daily, especially between film shootings.
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.He loved the game all his life.^ He loved the game all his life.
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Death

Humphrey Bogart's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
By the mid-1950s, Bogart's health was failing. .Once, after signing a long-term deal with Warner Bros., Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.^ Once, after signing a long-term deal with Warner Bros., Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.
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^ Bogart's disputes with Warner Bros.
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^ Once, after signing a long-term deal with Warner Brothers, Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.
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.That sent a fuming Jack Warner to his lawyers.^ That sent a fuming Jack Warner to his lawyers.
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.Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin, U.S.A., in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate.^ Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin, U.S.A. , in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate.
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^ More importantly, he resumed his friendship with boyhood mate Bill Brady, Jr. Bogart got an office job working for William A. Brady Sr.'s new company World Films.
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^ Riding high in 1947 with a new contract which provided some script refusal rights and the right to form his own separate production company, Bogart reunited with John Huston for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre , a stark tale of greed involving three gold prospectors played out in the dusty back country of Mexico .
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.His persistent cough and difficulty eating became too serious to ignore and he dropped the project.^ His persistent cough and difficulty eating became too serious to ignore and he dropped the project.
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.The film was re-named Top Secret Affair and made with Kirk Douglas and Susan Hayward.^ Bogart The IMDB Top 100 Films - #6 Casablanca The users at IMDB have marked Casablanca as the sixth best film ever made.

^ Susan Casablanca: One of the Greatest Films Ever Made An indepth review of the famous Casablanca.

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.Bogart, a heavy smoker and drinker, contracted cancer of the esophagus.^ Bogart, a heavy smoker and drinker, contracted cancer of the esophagus .
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He almost never spoke of his failing health and refused to see a doctor until January 1956. A diagnosis was made several weeks later and by then removal of his esophagus, two lymph nodes and a rib on March 1, 1956 was too late to halt the disease, even with chemotherapy.[122] He underwent corrective surgery in November 1956 after the cancer had spread.
.Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy came to see him.^ Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy came to see him.
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^ Hepburn, in an interview, described the last time she and Spencer Tracy saw Bogart (the night before he died): .
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^ Hepburn has described the last time she and Spencer Tracy saw Bogart: "Spence patted him on the shoulder and said, 'Goodnight, Bogie.'
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.Frank Sinatra was also a frequent visitor.^ Frank Sinatra was also a frequent visitor.
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.Bogart was too weak to walk up and down stairs.^ Bogart was too weak to walk up and down stairs.
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He valiantly fought the pain and tried to joke about his immobility: "Put me in the dumbwaiter and I'll ride down to the first floor in style." Which is what happened; the dumbwaiter was altered to accommodate his wheelchair.[123] Hepburn, in an interview, described the last time she and Spencer Tracy saw Bogart (the night before he died):
.Spence patted him on the shoulder and said, "Goodnight, Bogie."^ Spence patted him on the shoulder and said, "Goodnight, Bogie."
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^ Bogie turned his eyes to Spence very quietly and with a sweet smile covered Spence's hand with his own and said, "Goodbye, Spence."
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Bogie turned his eyes to Spence very quietly and with a sweet smile covered Spence's hand with his own and said, "Goodbye, Spence." .Spence's heart stood still.^ Spence's heart stood still.
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He understood.[124]
.Bogart had just turned 57 and weighed 80 pounds (36 kg) when he died on January 14, 1957 after falling into a coma.^ Bogart had just turned 57 and weighed 80 pounds (36 kg) when he died on January 14, 1957 after falling into a coma.
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^ January 14, 1957 (aged 57) Los Angeles , California , U.S. .
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^ Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957) [ 1 ] [ 2 ] was an American actor.
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He died at 2:25 a.m. at his home at 232 Mapleton Drive in Holmby Hills, California. .His simple funeral was held at All Saints Episcopal Church with musical selections played from Bogart's favorite composers, Johann Sebastian Bach and Claude Debussy.^ His simple funeral was held at All Saints Episcopal Church with musical selections played from Bogart's favorite composers, Johann Sebastian Bach and Claude Debussy .
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.It was attended by some of Hollywood's biggest stars including: Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, David Niven, Ronald Reagan, James Mason, Danny Kaye, Joan Fontaine, Marlene Dietrich, Errol Flynn, Gregory Peck, and Gary Cooper, as well as Billy Wilder and Jack Warner.^ Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy came to see him.
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^ It was attended by some of Hollywood's biggest stars including: Katharine Hepburn , Spencer Tracy , David Niven , Ronald Reagan , James Mason , Danny Kaye , Joan Fontaine , Marlene Dietrich , Errol Flynn , Gregory Peck , and Gary Cooper , as well as Billy Wilder and Jack Warner .
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^ Katharine Hepburn Gift Ideas for Humphrey Bogart Fans Humphrey Bogart's strong and engaging screen persona as well as his amazing performances in some of the most memorable films of all time, has made him a cinematic icon.

.Bacall had asked Spencer Tracy to give the eulogy, but Tracy was too upset, so John Huston gave the eulogy instead, and reminded the gathered mourners that while Bogart's life had ended far too soon, it had been a rich one.^ Bacall had asked Spencer Tracy to give the eulogy, but Tracy was too upset, so John Huston gave the eulogy instead, and reminded the gathered mourners that while Bogart's life had ended far too soon, it had been a rich one.
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^ In real life, Bogart played tournament chess , one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.
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^ John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production, and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set.
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.Himself, he never took too seriously—his work most seriously.^ Himself, he never took too seriously—his work most seriously.
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^ He never took acting lessons, but was persistent and worked steadily at his craft.
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.He regarded the somewhat gaudy figure of Bogart, the star, with an amused cynicism; Bogart, the actor, he held in deep respect...In each of the fountains at Versailles there is a pike which keeps all the carp active; otherwise they would grow overfat and die.^ He regarded the somewhat gaudy figure of Bogart, the star, with an amused cynicism; Bogart, the actor, he held in deep respect…In each of the fountains at Versailles there is a pike which keeps all the carp active; otherwise they would grow overfat and die.
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^ Despite the thrilling win and the recognition, Bogart later commented, “The way to survive an Oscar is never to try to win another one...too many stars…win it and then figure they have to top themselves...they become afraid to take chances.
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^ His simple funeral was held at All Saints Episcopal Church with musical selections played from Bogart's favorite composers, Johann Sebastian Bach and Claude Debussy .
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.Bogie took rare delight in performing a similar duty in the fountains of Hollywood.^ Bogie took rare delight in performing a similar duty in the fountains of Hollywood.
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.Yet his victims seldom bore him any malice, and when they did, not for long.^ Yet his victims seldom bore him any malice, and when they did, not for long.
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.His shafts were fashioned only to stick into the outer layer of complacency, and not to penetrate through to the regions of the spirit where real injuries are done...He is quite irreplaceable.^ His shafts were fashioned only to stick into the outer layer of complacency, and not to penetrate through to the regions of the spirit where real injuries are done."
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.There will never be another like him."^ Full Synopsis Biography: Howdy Doody & Buffalo Bob Smith In the annals of children's shows, there has never been a program like the Howdy...
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.His cremated remains are interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, California.^ His cremated remains are interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery , Glendale, California .
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^ Burials at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) .
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.Buried with him is a small gold whistle, which he had given to his future wife, Lauren Bacall, before they married.^ Buried with him is a small gold whistle, which he had given to his future wife, Lauren Bacall, before they married.
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^ His last wife, actress Lauren Bacall , always maintained that December 25 was his true birth date.
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.In reference to their first movie together, it was inscribed: "If you want anything, just whistle."^ In reference to their first movie together, it was inscribed: "If you want anything, just whistle."
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.Humphrey Bogart's hand and foot prints are immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theater and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6322 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood.^ Humphrey Bogart's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame .
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^ Humphrey Bogart's hand and foot prints are immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theater and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6322 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood .
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^ Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston , "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’d gladly lost a scene".
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Tributes

.After his death, a "Bogie Cult" formed at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as well as Greenwich Village, New York and in France, which contributed to his spike in popularity in the late 1950s and 1960s.^ After his death, a "Bogie Cult" formed at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts , as well as Greenwich Village, New York and in France , which contributed to his spike in popularity in the late 1950s and 1960s.
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^ The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935.
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^ New York: New American Library, 1966 (later editions renamed as: Bogie: The Definitive Biography of Humphrey Bogart ).
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.In 1997, Entertainment Weekly magazine named him the number one movie legend of all time.^ Full Synopsis Biography: Chuck Norris One of the most iconic action stars of all time, Chuck Norris has reached near...
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In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked him the Greatest Male Star of All Time.
.Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless (1960) was the first film to pay tribute to Bogart.^ Jean-Luc Godard 's Breathless (1960) was the first film to pay tribute to Bogart.
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^ The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film, and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her.
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^ The African Queen was the first Technicolor film in which Bogart appeared.
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Later, in Woody Allen's comic tribute to Bogart Play It Again, Sam (1972), Bogart's ghost comes to the aid of Allen's bumbling character, a movie critic with woman troubles and whose "sex life has turned into the 'Petrified Forest'".
.In 1997, the United States Postal Service featured Bogart in its "Legends of Hollywood" series.^ In 1997, the United States Postal Service featured Bogart in its "Legends of Hollywood" series.
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^ Bogart was a United States Chess Federation tournament director and active in the California State Chess Association, and a frequent visitor to the Hollywood chess club.
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^ The comic book series The Bogie Man features a mental patient who believes that he's an amalgam of various Bogart film characters.
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Quotations

Bogart is credited with five of the American Film Institute's top 100 quotations in American cinema, the most by any actor:
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  • 5th: "Here's looking at you, kid" – Casablanca
  • 14th: "The stuff that dreams are made of."^ "Here's looking at you, kid" – Casablanca 14th: "The stuff that dreams are made of."
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    The Maltese Falcon
  • 20th: "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship." – .Casablanca
  • 43rd: "We'll always have Paris."^ Casablanca 43rd: "We'll always have Paris."
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    .Casablanca
  • 67th: "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine."^ Casablanca 67th: "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine."
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    Casablanca

In popular culture

Humphrey Bogart's life has spurred the imaginations of many writers and others:
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  • The Fedora variation the "Bogart" was named for the actor, who was also the hat's first wearer.
  • The film Friday the 13th (1980 film) features Mark Nelson as Ned who does an impression of Bogart, uttering the line "You know, you're beautiful when you're angry, sweetheart,".
  • Two Bugs Bunny cartoons featured Humphrey Bogart:
    • In Slick Hare (1947), Bogart orders rabbit in a Hollywood restaurant.^ Full Synopsis Biography: Humphrey Bogart - Behind the Legend Release: 2006 The name "Humphrey Bogart" conjures up images of the tough character who is the...
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      ^ The name Humphrey Bogart conjures up images of the tough character who is the master of intrigue in Hollywood films of the 1930s.
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      ^ Full Synopsis Biography: Edith Head Movie fans have long been on a first-name basis with film costume designer...
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      .Told that they don't have rabbit, he becomes insistent, leading waiter Elmer Fudd to try (unsuccessfully as usual) to serve Bugs as the meal.^ Told that they don't have rabbit, he becomes insistent, leading waiter Elmer Fudd to try (unsuccessfully as usual) to serve Bugs as the meal.
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      .Bogart finally gives up, saying: "Baby will just have to have a ham sandwich."^ Bogart finally gives up, saying: "Baby will just have to have a ham sandwich."
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      ^ Mary Philips, in her own sizzling stage hit A Touch of Brimstone (1935), refused to give up her Broadway career to go to Hollywood with Bogart.
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      – "Baby" being Bacall's nickname. Bugs, upon hearing the name, immediately presents himself and goes completely ga-ga over Bacall, who looks on with amusement.
    • In 8 Ball Bunny (1950) Bugs decides to take a baby penguin back to the South Pole. .At intervals, "Fred C. Dobbs" (Bogart's character in Treasure of the Sierra Madre) appears and asks Bugs to "help a poor American down on his luck" – a line Bogart says a number of times in the film to John Huston, playing an American gringo.
  • In V. S. Naipaul's Miguel Street (1959), a character renames himself "Bogart" after Casablanca is shown in Trinidad.^ In V. S. Naipaul 's Miguel Street (1959), a character renames himself "Bogart" after Casablanca is shown in Trinidad.
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    ^ At intervals, "Fred C. Dobbs" (Bogart's character in Treasure of the Sierra Madre ) appears and asks Bugs to "help a poor American down on his luck" – a line Bogart says a number of times in the film to John Huston, playing an American gringo .
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    ^ Bacall had asked Spencer Tracy to give the eulogy, but Tracy was too upset, so John Huston gave the eulogy instead, and reminded the gathered mourners that while Bogart's life had ended far too soon, it had been a rich one.
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    [127]
  • Bogart is featured in one of Woody Allen's comic movies, Play It Again, Sam (1972), which relates the story of a young man obsessed by his persona.
  • Issue #70 of the US The Phantom (1977) comic book is known as the "Bogart" issue, as the story stars Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre and Claude Rains and is a mixture of Casablanca, The African Queen, The Maltese Falcon and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
  • The Man With Bogart's Face (1981) movie starred Bogart lookalike Robert Sacchi.
  • The comic book series The Bogie Man features a mental patient who believes that he's an amalgam of various Bogart film characters.
  • The slang term "bogarting" refers to taking an unfairly long time with a cigarette, drink, et cetera, that is supposed to be shared (e.g., "Don't bogart that joint!"). It derives from Bogart's style of cigarette smoking, with which he left his cigarette dangling from his mouth rather than withdrawing it between puffs.[128]

See also

References

Notes

  1. ^ Ontario County Times birth announcement, 10 January 1900.
  2. ^ Birthday of Reckoning.
  3. ^ Michael Sragow (January 16, 2000). "SPRING FILMS/REVIVALS; How One Role Made Bogart Into an Icon". The New York Times. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9A07E7DB163AF935A25752C0A9669C8B63. Retrieved February 22, 2009. 
  4. ^ "100 Icons of the Century - Humphrey Bogart". [[Variety (magazine)|]]. October 16, 2005. http://www.variety.com/index.asp?layout=variety100&content=jump&jump=icon&articleID=VR1117930697. Retrieved February 22, 2009. 
  5. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 5.
  6. ^ "The religious affiliation of Humphrey Bogart." Adherents.com.
  7. ^ The 1900 census for the household of Belmont Bogart lists his son Humphrey as having a birth date in December 1899. There are also three different censuses attesting to his birth date in December 1899. His last wife, actress Lauren Bacall, always maintained that December 25 was his true birth date. See Bogart: Urban Legends.
  8. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 6–7.
  9. ^ a b Meyers 1997, p. 8.
  10. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 6.
  11. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 10–11.
  12. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 9–10.
  13. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 9.
  14. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 22.
  15. ^ Hyams 1975, p. 12.
  16. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 12.
  17. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 13.
  18. ^ Wallechinsky and Wallace 2005, p. 9.
  19. ^ a b Meyers 1997, pp. 18-19.
  20. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 19.
  21. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 27.
  22. ^ Citro, Sceurman, Mark and Moran 2005, pp. 240–241.
  23. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 29.
  24. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 28.
  25. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 22, 31.
  26. ^ a b Meyers 1997, p. 23.
  27. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 24, 31.
  28. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 29–31.
  29. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 35.
  30. ^ Humphrey Bogart at the Internet Broadway Database.
  31. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 28.
  32. ^ Time Magazine, June 7, 1954.
  33. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 33.
  34. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 36.
  35. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 39–39.
  36. ^ letter from Bogart to John Huston displayed in documentary John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick (1989).
  37. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 41.
  38. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 41.
  39. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 48.
  40. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 45.
  41. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 49.
  42. ^ a b Meyers 1997, p. 51.
  43. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 46.
  44. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 52.
  45. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 52–54.
  46. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 57.
  47. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 60–61.
  48. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 56.
  49. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 54.
  50. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 69.
  51. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 67.
  52. ^ Lax, Eric. Audio commentary for Disc One of the 2006 three-disc DVD special edition of The Maltese Falcon.
  53. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 62–63.
  54. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 78, 91-92.
  55. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 81.
  56. ^ Interview with John Huston.
  57. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 76.
  58. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 86-87.
  59. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 119.
  60. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 128.
  61. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 127.
  62. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 115.
  63. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 123.
  64. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 125.
  65. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 131.
  66. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 198.
  67. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 201.
  68. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 196.
  69. ^ a b Meyers 1997, p. 151.
  70. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 166.
  71. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 165.
  72. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 258.
  73. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 166–167.
  74. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 173–174.
  75. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 263–264.
  76. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 168.
  77. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 289.
  78. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 180.
  79. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 185.
  80. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 188–191.
  81. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 422.
  82. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 464.
  83. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 214.
  84. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 164.
  85. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 337.
  86. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 343.
  87. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 227.
  88. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 229–230.
  89. ^ Porter 2003, p. 9.
  90. ^ "I'm No Communist." Photoplay March 1948.
  91. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 236.
  92. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 235.
  93. ^ In a Lonely Place at Rotten Tomatoes
  94. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 240–241.
  95. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 471.
  96. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 243.
  97. ^ a b c d Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 428.
  98. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 429.
  99. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 430.
  100. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 439.
  101. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 248.
  102. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 249.
  103. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 444.
  104. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 447.
  105. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 444–445.
  106. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 258.
  107. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 259–260.
  108. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 480.
  109. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 279–280.
  110. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 281.
  111. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 283.
  112. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 495.
  113. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 288–290.
  114. ^ Meyers 1997, pp. 291–292.
  115. ^ Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait. The Biography Channel, 03/26/99.
  116. ^ Tierney and Herskowitz 1978, pp. 164–165.
  117. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 294.
  118. ^ a b Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 504.
  119. ^ "The chess games of Humphrey Bogart". Chessgames.com. http://www.chessgames.com/player/humphrey_bogart.html. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  120. ^ "Bogart and Chess by Bill Wall". Geocities.com. 1957-01-14. http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lab/7378/bogart.htm. Retrieved 2010-03-11. 
  121. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, pp. 509–510.
  122. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 510.
  123. ^ Bacall 1978, p. 273.
  124. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 516.
  125. ^ Sperber and Lax 1997, p. 518.
  126. ^ Meyers 1997, p. 315.
  127. ^ V. S. Naipaul and the Plight of the Dispossessed by William L. Sachs.
  128. ^ Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition, referenced at http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/bogart/

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All you owe the public is a good performance.
.Humphrey Bogart (December 25, 1899January 14, 1957) was an American actor known for his dramatic and film noir roles in early 1940s films such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon.^ Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born on December 25, 1899.
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^ American film actors .
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^ Bogart performed radio adaptations of some of his best known films, such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon .
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  • All you owe the public is a good performance.^ Ive always said "only thing you owe the people is a good performance."
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  • A hot dog at the ball park is better than steak at the Ritz.^ A hotdog at the ballpark is better than a steak at the Ritz.
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    ^ He was, after all, the son of a New York society surgeon and at one time a professional chess player.
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    ^ If old establishment warhorses like Schickel want to dim the tide of new media blood, they’ll have to do better than this.
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    • From a film, captured in the CD Baseball's Greatest Hits.

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Humphrey Bogart
File:Humphrey Bogart by Karsh (Library and Archives Canada).jpg
Photographed in 1946 by Yousuf Karsh
Born Humphrey DeForest Bogart
December 25, 1899
New York City, New York
Died January 14, 1957 (aged 57)
San Francisco, California
Years active 1930 - 1956
Spouse Helen Menken (1926-1927)
Mary Philips (1928-1938)
Mayo Methot (1938-1945)
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Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957) was an American actor who starred in seventy-five movies. These include Black Legion, High Sierra, The Maltese Falcon (1941), Casablanca (1942) and The African Queen (1951). His last movie was Harder They Fall.

Bogart's most important movies

  • The Petrified Forest (1936)
  • Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
  • The Roaring Twenties (1939)
  • The Maltese Falcon (1941)
  • Casablanca (1942)
  • To Have and Have Not (1944)
  • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
  • Key Largo (1948)
  • In a Lonely Place (1950)
  • The African Queen (1951)
  • The Caine Mutiny (1954)
  • Sabrina (1954)
  • The Desperate Hours (1955)

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