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The Humphrey Bogart Handbook - Everything you need to know about Humphrey Bogart

The Humphrey Bogart Handbook - Everything you need to know about Humphrey Bogart

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Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957) was an American actor. He is widely regarded as a cultural icon. The American Film Institute ranked Bogart as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema.
After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s. When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to 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).
His breakthrough as a leading man came in 1941, with High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon. The next year, his performance in Casablanca 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. 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). His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956). During a film career of almost thirty years, he appeared in 75 feature films.

This book is your ultimate resource for Humphrey Bogart. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Humphrey Bogart filmography, Broadway's Like That, Up the River, Body and Soul (1931 film), The Bad Sister, Love Affair (1932 film), Big City Blues (1932 film), Three on a Match, Midnight (1934 film), The Petrified Forest, Bullets or Ballots, Black Legion (film), Marked Woman, Kid Galahad (1937 film), San Quentin (1937 film), Dead End, Stand-In, Crime School, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, Angels with Dirty Faces, Swingtime in the Movies, The Oklahoma Kid, Dark Victory, The Roaring Twenties, The Return of Doctor X, Invisible Stripes, Virginia City (film), It All Came True, Brother Orchid, They Drive by Night, High Sierra (film), The Wagons Roll at Night, The Maltese Falcon (1941 film), All Through the Night (film), Across the Pacific, Casablanca (film), Action in the North Atlantic, Sahara (1943 film), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film), Passage to Marseille, To Have and Have Not (film), Conflict (1945 film), The Big Sleep (1946 film), Dead Reckoning (film), The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Dark Passage (film), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film), Key Largo (film), Knock on Any Door, Tokyo Joe (1949 film), Chain Lightning (film), In a Lonely Place, The Enforcer (1951 film), Sirocco (film), The African Queen (film), Deadline – U.S.A., Road to Bali, Battle Circus (film), Beat the Devil (film), The Caine Mutiny (film), Sabrina (1954 film), The Barefoot Contessa, We're No Angels (1955 film), The Left Hand of God, The Desperate Hours (film), The Harder They Fall

Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.
Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957) was an American actor. He is widely regarded as a cultural icon. The American Film Institute ranked Bogart as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema.
After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s. When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to 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).
His breakthrough as a leading man came in 1941, with High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon. The next year, his performance in Casablanca 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. 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). His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956). During a film career of almost thirty years, he appeared in 75 feature films.

This book is your ultimate resource for Humphrey Bogart. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.

In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Humphrey Bogart filmography, Broadway's Like That, Up the River, Body and Soul (1931 film), The Bad Sister, Love Affair (1932 film), Big City Blues (1932 film), Three on a Match, Midnight (1934 film), The Petrified Forest, Bullets or Ballots, Black Legion (film), Marked Woman, Kid Galahad (1937 film), San Quentin (1937 film), Dead End, Stand-In, Crime School, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, Angels with Dirty Faces, Swingtime in the Movies, The Oklahoma Kid, Dark Victory, The Roaring Twenties, The Return of Doctor X, Invisible Stripes, Virginia City (film), It All Came True, Brother Orchid, They Drive by Night, High Sierra (film), The Wagons Roll at Night, The Maltese Falcon (1941 film), All Through the Night (film), Across the Pacific, Casablanca (film), Action in the North Atlantic, Sahara (1943 film), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film), Passage to Marseille, To Have and Have Not (film), Conflict (1945 film), The Big Sleep (1946 film), Dead Reckoning (film), The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Dark Passage (film), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film), Key Largo (film), Knock on Any Door, Tokyo Joe (1949 film), Chain Lightning (film), In a Lonely Place, The Enforcer (1951 film), Sirocco (film), The African Queen (film), Deadline – U.S.A., Road to Bali, Battle Circus (film), Beat the Devil (film), The Caine Mutiny (film), Sabrina (1954 film), The Barefoot Contessa, We're No Angels (1955 film), The Left Hand of God, The Desperate Hours (film), The Harder They Fall

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  • Humphrey Bogart filmography
  • Broadway's Like That
  • Up the River
  • Body and Soul (1931 film)
  • The Bad Sister
  • Love Affair (1932 film)
  • Big City Blues (1932 film)
  • Three on a Match
  • Midnight (1934 film)
  • The Petrified Forest
  • Bullets or Ballots
  • Black Legion (film)
  • Marked Woman
  • Kid Galahad (1937 film)
  • San Quentin (1937 film)
  • Dead End
  • Stand-In
  • Crime School
  • The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
  • Angels with Dirty Faces
  • Swingtime in the Movies
  • The Oklahoma Kid
  • Dark Victory
  • The Roaring Twenties
  • The Return of Doctor X
  • Invisible Stripes
  • Virginia City (film)
  • It All Came True
  • Brother Orchid
  • They Drive by Night
  • High Sierra (film)
  • The Wagons Roll at Night
  • The Maltese Falcon (1941 film)
  • All Through the Night (film)
  • Across the Pacific
  • Casablanca (film)
  • Action in the North Atlantic
  • Sahara (1943 film)
  • Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film)
  • Passage to Marseille
  • To Have and Have Not (film)
  • Conflict (1945 film)
  • The Big Sleep (1946 film)
  • Dead Reckoning (film)
  • The Two Mrs. Carrolls
  • Dark Passage (film)
  • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film)
  • Key Largo (film)
  • Knock on Any Door
  • Tokyo Joe (1949 film)
  • Chain Lightning (film)
  • In a Lonely Place
  • The Enforcer (1951 film)
  • Sirocco (film)
  • The African Queen (film)
  • Deadline – U.S.A
  • Road to Bali
  • Battle Circus (film)
  • Beat the Devil (film)
  • The Caine Mutiny (film)
  • Sabrina (1954 film)
  • The Barefoot Contessa
  • We're No Angels (1955 film)
  • The Left Hand of God
  • The Desperate Hours (film)
  • The Harder They Fall
  • Article Sources and Contributors
  • Image Sources, Licenses and Contributors

Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957) was an American actor. He is widely regarded as a cultural icon.

The American Film Institute ranked Bogart as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema. After trying various jobs, Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s.When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays, Bogart turned to 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). His breakthrough as a leading man came in 1941, with High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon.The next year, his performance in Casablanca 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.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).His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956).During a film career of almost thirty years, he appeared in 75 feature films. This book is your ultimate resource for Humphrey Bogart. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about his Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Humphrey Bogart filmography, Broadway’s Like That, Up the River, Body and Soul (1931 film), The Bad Sister, Love Affair (1932 film), Big City Blues (1932 film), Three on a Match, Midnight (1934 film), The Petrified Forest, Bullets or Ballots, Black Legion (film), Marked Woman, Kid Galahad (1937 film), San Quentin (1937 film), Dead End, Stand-In, Crime School, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, Angels with Dirty Faces, Swingtime in the Movies, The Oklahoma Kid, Dark Victory, The Roaring Twenties, The Return of Doctor X, Invisible Stripes, Virginia City (film), It All Came True, Brother Orchid, They Drive by Night, High Sierra (film), The Wagons Roll at Night, The Maltese Falcon (1941 film), All Through the Night (film), Across the Pacific, Casablanca (film), Action in the North Atlantic, Sahara (1943 film), Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film), Passage to Marseille, To Have and Have Not (film), Conflict (1945 film), The Big Sleep (1946 film), Dead Reckoning (film), The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Dark Passage (film), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film), Key Largo (film), Knock on Any Door, Tokyo Joe (1949 film), Chain Lightning (film), In a Lonely Place, The Enforcer (1951 film), Sirocco (film), The African Queen (film), Deadline – U.S.A., Road to Bali, Battle Circus (film), Beat the Devil (film), The Caine Mutiny (film), Sabrina (1954 film), The Barefoot Contessa, We’re No Angels (1955 film), The Left Hand of God, The Desperate Hours (film), The Harder They Fall Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Humphrey Bogart Humphrey Bogart filmography Broadway's Like That Up the River Body and Soul (1931 film) The Bad Sister Love Affair (1932 film) Big City Blues (1932 film) Three on a Match Midnight (1934 film) The Petrified Forest Bullets or Ballots Black Legion (film) Marked Woman Kid Galahad (1937 film) San Quentin (1937 film) Dead End Stand-In Crime School The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse Angels with Dirty Faces Swingtime in the Movies The Oklahoma Kid Dark Victory The Roaring Twenties The Return of Doctor X Invisible Stripes Virginia City (film) It All Came True Brother Orchid They Drive by Night High Sierra (film) The Wagons Roll at Night The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 1 20 24 25 27 29 32 34 36 39 41 45 46 49 53 55 56 59 61 63 66 70 71 73 77 80 82 85 88 90 93 95 99 101

Licenses and Contributors 237 241 .All Through the Night (film) Across the Pacific Casablanca (film) Action in the North Atlantic Sahara (1943 film) Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) Passage to Marseille To Have and Have Not (film) Conflict (1945 film) The Big Sleep (1946 film) Dead Reckoning (film) The Two Mrs. Carrolls Dark Passage (film) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) Key Largo (film) Knock on Any Door Tokyo Joe (1949 film) Chain Lightning (film) In a Lonely Place The Enforcer (1951 film) Sirocco (film) The African Queen (film) Deadline – U.S. Road to Bali Battle Circus (film) Beat the Devil (film) The Caine Mutiny (film) Sabrina (1954 film) The Barefoot Contessa We're No Angels (1955 film) The Left Hand of God The Desperate Hours (film) The Harder They Fall 110 111 115 132 135 138 140 144 148 151 157 160 162 166 170 173 176 179 183 189 193 196 202 204 208 210 213 220 223 226 229 231 234 References Article Sources and Contributors Image Sources.A.

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S. Cause of death Esophageal cancer Resting place Occupation Years active Spouse Forest Lawn Memorial Park. January 14. 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). California Actor 1921–1956 Helen Menken (1926–1927. When the stock market crash of 1929 reduced the demand for plays. The next year. Sabrina (1954) and The Caine Mutiny (1954). . com/ Children Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25. New York. divorced) Mary Philips (1928–1937. his performance in Casablanca raised him to the peak of his profession and. for which he won his only Academy Award. His last movie was The Harder They Fall (1956). 1957[1] [2] ) was an American actor. During a film career of almost thirty years. Bogart began acting in 1921 and became a regular in Broadway productions in the 1920s and 1930s. Bogart turned to film. After trying various jobs. at the same time. he appeared in 75 feature films. with his wife Lauren Bacall. Dark Passage (1947) and Key Largo (1948).Humphrey Bogart 1 Humphrey Bogart Humphrey Bogart Bogart in 1946 Born Died Humphrey DeForest BogartDecember 25. cemented his trademark film persona. 1957 (aged 57)Los Angeles. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). humphreybogart. Glendale. with High Sierra and The Maltese Falcon. California. Other successes followed. that of the hard-boiled cynic who ultimately shows his noble side. U. 1899New York City. 1899 – January 14.S. divorced) Lauren Bacall (1945–1957. U. The Big Sleep (1946). His first great success was as Duke Mantee in The Petrified Forest (1936). The African Queen (1951). including To Have and Have Not (1944).[3] He is widely regarded as a cultural icon.[4] [5] The American Film Institute ranked Bogart as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema. divorced) Mayo Methot (1938–1945. his death) Son and daughter Website http:/ / www. His breakthrough as a leading man came in 1941.

he had two younger sisters. 1899. who received her art training in New York and France. including study with James McNeill Whistler. sullen student who showed no interest in after-school activities. New York – September 8.[11] The Bogarts lived in a fashionable Upper West Side apartment. combined with poor academic performance and possibly some inappropriate comments to the staff. 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. such as the 1900 census. which supports the December 1899 date. "I was brought up very unsentimentally but very straightforwardly."[13] As a boy. was a commercial illustrator. the "cute" pictures his mother had him pose for. It was long believed that his birthday on Christmas Day 1899.[10] In her prime.000 per year.[12] Humphrey was the oldest of three children. Bogart is a Dutch name meaning “orchard”. busy in their careers. was an event. was a Warner Bros. Massachusetts. as do other sources. in our family."[14] From his father. A kiss. and an attraction to strong-willed women. his mother was an Episcopalian.Humphrey Bogart 2 Early life Bogart was born on December 25. this story is now considered baseless: although no birth certificate has ever been found.[10] His parents were very formal. Belmont. As a youngster. the Little Lord Fauntleroy clothes she dressed him in—and the name "Humphrey. a date that appears in many references. and frequently fought—resulting in little emotion directed at the children. His mother. Bogart was raised in his mother's faith. far more than her husband's $20. and that he was really born on January 23. a life-long love of boating. Bogart was expelled.[15] Education The Bogarts sent their son to private schools. when he was enrolled in Trinity School. a man-made lake on campus. was a cardiopulmonary surgeon. She was a militant suffragette.[18] They hoped he would go on to Yale. Humphrey's gang of friends at the lake would put on theatricals.[9] She used a drawing of baby Humphrey in a well-known ad campaign for Mellins Baby Food. his tidiness. fiction created to romanticize his background.[17] Later he went to the prestigious preparatory school Phillips Academy. a fondness for fishing. his parents were deeply dismayed by the events and their failed plans for his future.[8] Childhood Bogart's father.[19] The details of his expulsion are disputed: one story claims that he was expelled for throwing the headmaster (alternatively. Tudor City apartments. but in 1918. and who later became artistic director of the fashion magazine The Delineator.[16] He was an indifferent.[20] . Maud Humphrey. Bogart began school at the Delancey School until fifth grade. Our mother and father didn’ t glug over my two sisters and me. Another cites smoking and drinking. a groundskeeper) into Rabbit Pond. Belmont DeForest Bogart (July 1867. 1934. the eldest child of Dr. Watkins Glen. However. Belmont and Maud married in June 1898. his birth notice did appear in a New York newspaper in early January 1900.[7] Bogart's birthday has been a subject of controversy. where he was admitted based on family connections. In any case. then a vast sum. Frances and Catherine Elizabeth (Kay). New York City) and Maud Humphrey (1868–1940). she made over $50.000 a year. Bogart inherited a tendency for needling people. Bogart was teased for his curls. and had an elegant cottage on a fifty-five acre estate in upstate New York on Canandaigua Lake.[6] Bogart's father was a Presbyterian. in Andover. 1899 in New York City.

the handcuffed prisoner asked Bogart for a cigarette and while Bogart looked for a match. and production.'s new company World Films. nervously speaking one line of dialog. his "lip wound gave him no speech impediment."[24] Early career Bogart returned home to find Belmont was suffering from poor health (perhaps aggravated by morphine addiction). “At eighteen. ferrying troops back from Europe. which Bogart's long time friend. smashed Bogart across the mouth with his cuffs. while changing trains in Boston. he resumed his friendship with boyhood mate Bill Brady. and snobs. and at times he defied conventional behavior and authority. lisps and slurs. as this coincides better with the Louise Brooks account. phonies.[29] Bogart liked the late hours actors kept." Bogart later told David Niven.[20] She believes his scar had nothing to do with his distinctive speech pattern. he was stage manager for Brady's daughter's play A Ruined Lady. but excelled at none. and eventually Bogart got an office job working for William A. directing. "Goddamn doctor. Bogart practiced all kinds of lip gymnastics. in 1921. In one account.Humphrey Bogart 3 Navy With no viable career options. he screwed it up. he retained their traits of good manners. Another version. his medical practice was faltering.[30] . "instead of stitching it up. Supposedly. and he lost much of the family's money on bad investments in timber. Bogart followed his love for the sea and enlisted in the United States Navy in the spring of 1918.[27] He spent a lot of his free time in speakeasies and became a heavy drinker. although some claim Bogart did not make it to sea until after the Armistice was signed. and fled. and he began to rebel somewhat from their values. articulateness. Over the years. traits he displayed in life and in his movies. and a dislike of being touched. He recalled later. An alternate explanation is in the process of uncuffing an inmate. is that Bogart was injured while on assignment to take a naval prisoner to Portsmouth Naval Prison in Kittery. claims is the truth. The prisoner was eventually taken to Portsmouth. Belmont. the prisoner raised his hands. Jr. though the actual circumstances are unclear. his lip was cut by a piece of shrapnel.[28] Bogart got to try his hand at screenwriting. during a terrible argument. modesty. uncuffed bracelet while the other side was still on his wrist.[23] According to Darwin Porter's Humphrey Bogart: The Early Years. he had some scarred tissue on his upper lip. snarls. Bogart's character and values developed independent of family influence. More importantly. and enjoyed the attention an actor got on stage. His painful wince.[22] Trademark scar It was during his naval stint that Bogart may have gotten his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp.[27] He joined the Naval Reserve. Maine." Niven says that when he asked Bogart about his scar he said it was caused by a childhood accident. the scar had already formed. his leer. By the time Bogart was treated by a doctor.[26] After his naval service.[25] During his naval days. A barroom brawl during this time might have been the actual cause of Bogart's lip damage. accompanied by nasal tones. On the other hand. Bogart worked as a shipper and then bond salesman. punctuality. For a while. cutting Bogart's lip. Niven claims the stories that Bogart got the scar during wartime were made up by the studios to inject glamour. Bogart was struck in the mouth when the inmate wielded one open. during a shelling of his ship the USS Leviathan. which Belmont Bogart may have partially repaired before Bogart went into films in 1930. author Nathaniel Benchley. His post-service physical makes no mention of the lip scar even though it mentions many smaller scars. either before or after it was mended. war was great stuff. Paris! French girls! Hot damn!”[21] Bogart is recorded as a model sailor who spent most of his months in the Navy after the Armistice was signed.[22] When actress Louise Brooks met Bogart in 1924. so the actual cause may have come later. the scar was caused by his father. Bogart made his stage debut in Drifting as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play. “I was born to be indolent and this was the softest of rackets”. whose father had show business connections. He came to be a liberal who hated pretensions. A few months later. He stated. Brady Sr. his fiendish grin were the most accomplished ever seen on film. Several more appearances followed in her subsequent plays.

[35] On April 3. He never took acting lessons. divorced on November 18. which had a very brief run at the Comedy Theatre in September 1924. Bogart met actress Helen Menken. The producer Arthur Hopkins heard the play from off-stage and sent for Bogart to play escaped murderer Duke Mantee in Robert E. It was Tracy's film debut.)[40] Bogart's second marriage was on the rocks. like every other Bogart spouse. Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler The Dancing Town. which Bogart eventually paid off.[34] Bogart loathed the trivial.[42] Lauren Bacall. 1928. if that be possible”.[38] Bogart then performed in The Bad Sister with Bette Davis in 1931. Heywood Broun. Sherwood's new play. but he enjoyed stage acting. while playing double roles in the play Drifting at the Playhouse Theatre in 1922. Bogart finally told Belmont how much he loved him. anyone?" on stage. 1926 at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City.[39] Bogart shuttled back and forth between Hollywood and the New York stage from 1930 to 1935. but the voice (dry and tired) persisted. (Bogart inherited his father's gold ring which he always wore. and the voice was Mantee's. in a minor part. stage production dropped off sharply. He is said to have been the first actor to ask "Tennis. After the stock market crash of 1929. He seemed as far from a cold-blooded killer as one could get. Spencer Tracy was a serious Broadway actor whom Bogart liked and admired. and he was less than happy with his acting career to date. of which a complete copy has never been found. was an actress. “Humphrey Bogart gives the most effective performance.[32] Critic Alexander Woollcott wrote of Bogart's early work that he "is what is usually and mercifully described as inadequate..both dry and fresh. reviewing Nerves wrote. Connecticut.[31] He played juveniles or romantic second-leads in drawing room comedies. but remained friends. for he was the one I never much admired. he married Mary Philips at her mother's apartment in Hartford. who first called him "Bogey". Early in his career. now the John Golden Theatre. They were married on May 20.[41] Hopkins recalled: When I saw the actor I was somewhat taken aback. and Belmont died in 1934 in debt. suffering long periods without work. He also appeared with Joan Blondell and Ruth Etting in a Vitaphone short. At his father's deathbed. (Spelled variously in many sources. The Petrified Forest.[41] 4 The Petrified Forest Bogart starred in the Broadway play Invitation to a Murder at the Theatre Masque. but was persistent and worked steadily at his craft. Bogart himself spelled his nickname "Bogie". in 1934. and many of the more photogenic actors headed for Hollywood. and they became good friends and drinking buddies. It was Tracy. 1927. Broadway's Like That (1930) which was re-discovered in 1963. like Menken. in 1930.[36] Bogart then signed a contract with Fox Film Corporation for $750 a week. He was an antiquated juvenile who spent most of his stage life in white pants swinging a tennis racquet. irritable. calling them "White Pants Willie" roles. She.Humphrey Bogart Bogart had been raised to believe acting was beneath a gentleman. even in many of his films. had a fiery temper and. Humphrey Bogart and Henry Fonda in the 1955 television broadcast of Petrified Forest . he became depressed. His parents had separated."[33] Some reviews were kinder.)[37] Tracy and Bogart appeared in their only film together in John Ford's early sound film Up the River (1930). and drank heavily. effeminate parts he had to play early in his career. with both playing inmates. He had met Mary when they appeared in the play Nerves.. He appeared in at least seventeen Broadway productions between 1922 and 1935.

There must be something in my tone of voice. “Att: Jack Warner Insist Bogart Play Mantee No Bogart No Deal L. A critic for the New York Times Brooks Atkinson said of the play. and Olivia de Havilland. with occasional loan-outs.”[44] Bogart said the play “marked my deliverance from the ranks of the sleek. Amenities at Warners were few compared to those for their fellow actors at MGM. 5 Early film career The film version of The Petrified Forest was released in 1936. urban.[43] Leslie Howard though. Bogart disliked the roles chosen for him. and Warner Bros. Warner Bros. as movies were not generally shot sequentially.Humphrey Bogart The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935. Nobody likes me on sight.” Despite his success in an “A movie. Any actor who refused a role could be suspended without pay. who had greater star appeal and was due to make a film to fulfill his expensive contract. self-mocking loner with a core of honor. had no interest in making Bogart a top star. famous for butting heads with his stars. “compelling”.[51] The studio system. I suppose that's why I'm cast as the heavy.” 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. . saw that Howard would not budge. The studio tested several Hollywood veterans for the Duke Mantee role.”. Bogart's disputes with Warner Bros.[45] Bette Davis and Leslie Howard were cast. Sherwood remained a close friend of Bogart's. but physically demanding and draining (studios were not yet air-conditioned). they gave in and cast Bogart. who was in Scotland. vulnerable. Bogart cabled news of this to Howard. Bogart used his own pet dog Zero to play his character's dog Pard.. Bogart thought that the Warners wardrobe department was cheap. swallow-tailed ‘ smoothies’ which I seemed condemned to life.[47] Bogart never forgot Howard's favor. “a peach. In those "B movie" years. Bogart started developing his lasting film persona — the wounded. Humphrey Bogart does the best work of his career as an actor. Bogart with James Cagney and Jeffrey Lynn in The Roaring Twenties (1939). Shooting on a new movie might begin days or only hours after shooting on the previous one was completed.H. Howard.. and “superb. cynical.[50] However. who had died in World War II under mysterious circumstances. he was still feeling insecure..[49] Bogart was proud of his success. sometimes even working on two simultaneously. but the fact that it came from playing a gangster weighed on him. or this arrogant face—something that antagonizes everybody. Bogart averaged a movie every two months. and chose Edward G. His performance was called “brilliant”. made it clear he wanted Bogart to star with him.” to [43] However.[48] Robert E. tightly-scheduled job at Warners was not exactly the “peachy” actor's life he hoped for. stiff-shirted. In High Sierra. especially since the public was entranced by real-life criminals like John Dillinger and Dutch Schultz. Robinson. but he worked steadily: between 1936 and 1940. and his regimented.. The studio was famous for its socially-realistic. sybaritic. charming. the play seemed like the perfect property for it. but Bogart stubbornly refused. Errol Flynn. James Cagney. he was always professional and generally respected by other actors. tried to get Bogart to adopt a stage name. usually restricted actors to one studio. a roaring Western melodrama. such as Bette Davis. When Warner Bros. over roles and money were similar to those the studio had with other less-than-obedient stars. and often wore his own suits in his movies. Howard cabled reply was. low-budget action pictures. stoical. was the star.[46] Jack Warner. the last film Bogart and Cagney made together. bought the screen rights to The Petrified Forest. and in 1952 he named his only daughter Leslie after Howard. He once said: I can't get in a mild discussion without turning it into an argument. Bogart's roles were not only repetitive. who held production rights. then at its most entrenched.

[54] In 1939. He once said. cursed to live out his life among second-rate people and projects. a man exiled from better things in New York. crockery. anything which he played a supporting role close at hand.Humphrey Bogart The leading men ahead of Bogart at Warner Bros. from actor Dick Powell. Sometimes he turned violent.[56] "The Bogart-Methot marriage was the sequel to the Civil War". After the play closed. She even set the house on fire. Robinson. included not just such classic stars as James Cagney and Edward G. Bogart rarely saw his own films and avoided premieres.I wouldn't have minded so much.. where he portrayed a gangster modeled after Baby Face Nelson. Bogart cultivated the persona of a soured idealist. Sensitive yet caustic. He was a serious sailor. The sea was his sanctuary[58] and he loved to sail around Catalina Island. Warner Bros. and some in 6 . He made films like Racket Busters. director or a movie studio had done curiosity of the newspapers and the public. San Quentin. he later apparently considered this his worst film performance. About 30 weekends a year. and Bogart had to take what was left. not what he is currently pretending to be. a lively. but also actors far less well-known today. "we get on so well together (because) we don’ t have illusions about each other". friendly woman when sober. He cracked. The more she and Bogart drifted apart. she went to Hollywood. The only substantial leading role he got during this period was in Dead End (1937). for a change. and "I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper". but paranoid when drunk. such as Victor McLaglen. He even protected his privacy with invented press releases about his private life to satisfy the [59] When he thought an actor. As a result. among others. with actress Mayo Methot.. but insisted on continuing her career (she was still a bigger star than he was). Most of the studio's better movie scripts went to these men. and they decided to divorce in 1937." Mary Philips. however. Bogart entered into a disastrous third marriage. Despite his proclamations that "I like a jealous wife". and You Can't Get Away With Murder. He did not participate in the Hollywood gossip game or cozy up to the newspaper columnists. Bogart bought a motor launch. the more she Dark Victory (1939) was one of the last films in drank. the Santana. something shoddy. "An actor needs something to stabilize his personality." He had a lifelong disgust for the pretentious. said their friend Julius Epstein. something to nail down what he really is. A wag observed that there was "madness in his Methot".[55] On August 21.[57] In California in 1945. refused to give up her Broadway career to go to Hollywood with Bogart. living by his wits. he spoke up about it and was willing to be quoted. drinking too much. Robinson. as his son Stephen told Turner Classic Movies host Robert Osborne in 1999. George Raft and Paul Muni. Bogart was gunned down on film repeatedly. fake or phony. During this time.[52] He did play a variety of interesting supporting roles. he played a good man caught up and destroyed by a racist organization. He advised Robert Mitchum that the only way to stay alive in Hollywood was to be an "againster". The press accurately dubbed them "the Battling Bogarts". respected by other sailors who had seen too many Hollywood actors and their boats. and disgusted by the inferior movies he was performing in. a movie Graham Greene called “intelligent and exciting. Bogart for his part needled her mercilessly and seemed to enjoy confrontation. got furious and threw things at him: plants. In Black Legion (1937). and slashed her wrists on several occasions. Bogart bought a 55-foot (17 m) sailing yacht. put him in a "hillbilly musical" called Swing Your Lady as a wrestling promoter. by Cagney and Edward G. The trouble was they were drinking mine and I was making this stinking movie. he was not the most popular of actors. nor engage in phony politeness and admiration of his peers or in behind the scenes back-stabbing. it was a highly destructive relationship. stabbed him with a knife. he went out on his boat. 1938. while loaned to Samuel Goldwyn.[53] In 1938. in her own sizzling stage hit A Touch of Brimstone (1935). "If it'd been Jack Warner's blood. such as in Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) (in which his character got shot by James Cagney's). Bogart played a mad scientist in The Return of Doctor X. if rather earnest”. which he named Sluggy after his nickname for his hot-tempered wife. She was convinced that her husband was cheating on her.

giving Bogart the opportunity to play a character of some depth. Bogart was a lifelong reader.[65] Complementing Bogart were co-stars Sydney Greenstreet. was first published in the pulp magazine Black Mask in 1929. you mustn't say that. due to its being a cleaned up version of the pre-Production Code The Maltese Falcon (1931). provoking jealousy from Bogart's wife Mayo. John Huston.R. but t m [67] that's one".[63] The film was a huge hit and for Huston. I don’have many things I’ proud of. Bogart was unusually happy with it. including Louis Bromfield. If he isn't any good.[62] The film cemented a strong personal and professional connection between Bogart and Huston.. That will get you in a lot of trouble" when I remark that some picture or writer or director or producer is no good. Though a poor student. The original novel. and Mary Astor as the treacherous female foil. the Vichy . why can't you say so? If more people would mention it. a 1941 movie directed by Raoul Walsh. Bogart enjoyed intense. He could quote Plato. and her relationship with him was a close one. a triumphant directorial debut. "it is practically a masterpiece. playing Rick Blaine. 7 Rise to stardom High Sierra High Sierra. Both were rebellious and liked to play childish pranks. Bogart admired and somewhat envied Huston for his skill as a writer. He subscribed to the Harvard Law Review. pretty soon it might start having some effect. they are continually advising me "Oh. Nathaniel Benchley and Nunnally Johnson. the French underground. had a screenplay written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner. Pope. and admired Bogart (who also got bored easily off camera) not just for his acting talent but for his intense concentration on the set. written by Dashiell Hammett. Peter Lorre. Burnett (Little Caesar.[61] Both Paul Muni and George Raft turned down the lead role. Elisha Cook. adapted from the novel by W. Ralph Waldo Emerson and over a thousand lines of Shakespeare.. Bogart once said: All over Hollywood. the hard-pressed expatriate nightclub owner. John Huston was reported to be easily bored during production. I don't get it. was delighted.. provocative conversation and stiff drinks.[60] But the Hollywood press. Jr. It was also the basis for another movie version.[66] 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.Humphrey Bogart the Hollywood community shunned him privately to avoid trouble with the studios. remarking. unaccustomed to candor. as did Huston. Bogart worked well with Ida Lupino. hiding from the past and negotiating a fine line between Nazis. Bogart as Sam Spade in The Maltese Falcon Casablanca Bogart gained his first real romantic lead in 1942's Casablanca. and some of his best friends were screenwriters. etc. Satan Met a Lady (1936).[63] He admired writers. The film was Bogart's last major film playing a gangster (his final gangster role was in The Big Shot in 1942).[64] The Maltese Falcon Raft turned down the male lead in John Huston's directorial debut The Maltese Falcon (1941). his contract stipulating that he did not have to appear in remakes.).

the co-stars hardly spoke during the filming. Casablanca won the 1943 Academy Award for Best Picture. produced by Hal Wallis and featured a strong cast. He let her steal scenes and even encouraged it." She had been a model since she was sixteen and had acted in two failed plays. It was reportedly his idea that Rick Blaine be portrayed as a chess player. as well as Bogart and Bacall interviewed during World War her poise and earthy. Hawks considered himself her protector and mentor. brief. not any real-life sparks. and he was married). green eyes. and the age difference and different acting experience also created the additional dimension of a mentor-student relationship. Paul Henreid. Bogart calmed her down and then went after Hawks."[70] Years later.[76] Hawks at some point began to disapprove of the pair. and Bogart was usurping that role. it was a huge triumph. Sydney Greenstreet. Still. after Bergman had taken up with Italian director Roberto Rossellini.[75] The relationship made it much easier for the newcomer to make her first film. and more than [71] doubling his salary to over $460. “I just II saw your test. 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. In real life. a loose adaptation of the Ernest Hemingway novel. We’ have a lot of fun together”. When they met. their separations bridged by ardent love letters. Off the set. though Sydney Greenstreet and Bogart in Casablanca. Bacall was nineteen and Bogart was forty-five.000 per year by 1946. He nicknamed her "Baby.[69] She reportedly said later." she replied. Bogart had 3-inch (76 mm) blocks attached to his shoes in certain scenes. Bogart confronted her. including Ingrid Bergman. 8 Bogart and Bacall Bogart met Lauren Bacall while filming To Have and Have Not (1944). Hawks told her that she meant nothing to Bogart and even threatened to send her to Monogram. for his part. However. and Bogart did his best to put her at ease by joking with her and quietly coaching her. Claude Rains.[73] Their physical and ll emotional rapport was very strong from the start. Jack Warner settled the dispute and filming resumed. the worst studio in Hollywood. The film was directed by Michael Curtiz. for Bogart. tawny blond hair. and lean body. "What are you now?" "A happy woman. Hawks fell for Bacall as well (normally he avoided his starlets. which also served as a metaphor for the sparring relationship of the characters played by Bogart and Rains in the movie. the same kind of hero. making him the highest paid actor in the world. Howard Hawks. Bogart's perennially jealous wife assumed otherwise. and bore him a child.[72] Reportedly he said. even a piano player sidekick (this time Hoagy Carmichael). where normally she had a [69] reputation for affairs with her leading men. outspoken honesty. "I kissed him but I never knew him. also did his best to boost her performance and her role. "You used to be a great star". Bogart was drawn to Bacall's high cheekbones. so she had to . Quite contrary to the Hollywood norm. The film vaulted him from fourth place to first in the studio's roster. The movie has many similarities with Casablanca — the same enemies. Conrad Veidt.[77] Out of jealousy. it was his first [74] Bogart was still miserably married and his early meetings with Bacall were discreet and affair with a leading lady.[68] The on-screen magic of Bogart and Bergman was the result of two actors doing their very best work. and found Bogart easy to direct. finally exceeding James Cagney. he said. Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson. Bogart played tournament chess.Humphrey Bogart prefect and unresolved feelings for his ex-girlfriend. Paul Henreid proved to be the best player. Hawks said of Bacall: "Bogie fell in love with the character she played. Because Bergman was taller than her leading man. one level below master level and often played with crew members and cast off the set.

Bogart went on USO and War Bond tours accompanied by Mayo..[88] James Agee wrote.[85] During part of 1943 and 1944. Absent any love story or a happy ending. though some critics found the plot confusing and overly complicated. making Bogart a father at 49. Bacall allowed Bogart lots of weekend time on his boat as she got seasick. but the film had mediocre box office results. at the same time. 1952.[82] Lauren Bacall gave birth to Stephen Humphrey Bogart on January 6."[78] 9 The Big Sleep Just months after wrapping the film. though there were the normal tensions due to their differences. enduring arduous travels to Italy and North Africa. John Huston won the Academy Award for direction and screenplay and his father won Best Supporting Actor. he successfully turned down God is My Co-Pilot (1945). including Casablanca. and was done in summer for greater realism and atmosphere.[84] Though he submitted to Jack Warner on that picture. 1945. In the end. it was deemed a risky project. "He's probably the only performer in Hollywood to whom I’gladly lost a scene".[87] d The film was grueling to make. He loved the sea. For the first time. as a vulnerable love interest. The marriage proved to be a happy one. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Louis Bromfield at Malabar Farm near Lucas. the film noir The Big Sleep. again with script help from William Faulkner.Humphrey Bogart keep playing it the rest of her life. Bogart and Bacall then married in a small ceremony at the country home of Bogart's close friend. based on the novel by Raymond Chandler. Leslie Howard Bogart on August 23. and locked horns again with the front office. Stephen was named after Bogart's character's nickname in To Have and Have Not. "Bogart does a wonderful job with this character.[71] 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. he dug in his heels. a girl named after British actor Leslie Howard. later hosting a television special about his father on Turner Classic Movies. The mood on the set was tense.[48] Bogart and Bacall moved into a $160. He was a homebody and she liked nightlife. the film was very successful.. beautifully directed—something . the dialogue was full of sexual innuendo supplied by Hawks.miles ahead of the very good work he has done before”. it made her sick. “An intelligent script. strong man and. so when he got weak scripts.000 white brick mansion in an exclusive neighborhood in Holmby Hills.[81] Bogart's drinking sometimes inflamed tensions. Also. he has a sense of humor that contains that grating undertone of contempt. the actors both emotionally exhausted as Bogart tried to find a way out of his dilemma. he did not yet have a contractual right of script refusal. as he did on the film Conflict (1945). 1949.[83] Stephen would go on to become a best-selling author and biographer. Bogart could be cast successfully as a tough. a stark tale of greed involving three gold prospectors played out in the dusty back country of Mexico."[79] Bogart was still torn between his new love and his sense of duty to his marriage. and Bogart is convincing and enduring as private detective Philip Marlowe.[80] Marriage Divorce proceedings were initiated by February 1945. Bogart and Bacall were re-united for their second movie together. Ohio on May 21. Despite Bogart's elevated standing. They had their second child.[86] Bogart later said of co-star (and John Huston's father) Walter Huston. Bogart reunited with John Huston for The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. Once again. Bogart complained.[48] Later career The enormous success of Casablanca redefined Bogart's career. Chandler thoroughly admired Bogart's performance: "Bogart can be tough without a gun.

more diverse roles. but also from the eroding impact of television and from anti-trust laws which were breaking up theater chains. not just from free-lancing actors like Bogart. 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. Henry Fonda and others (who also saved taxes as independents). his last film with his close friend and favorite director John Huston. 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. in this instance uranium.[93] Bogart performed in his final films for Warners. Sirocco (1951) and Beat the Devil (1954). the movie is a parody of The Maltese Falcon.[90] organized a delegation to Washington.Humphrey Bogart different—and the public turned a cold shoulder on it". 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. his selfishness. Under Bogart's Santana Productions. however. also enjoys a cult following. (Santana was also the name of the cabin cruiser featured in the 1948 film Key Largo). Tokyo Joe (1949). because the film character's pride in his art. In a Lonely Place is now recognized as a masterpiece of film noir. The studios. which released through Columbia Pictures.C. D.. against the House Un-American Activities Committee's harassment of Hollywood screenwriters and actors. but Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this. including twice ordering Bogart's favorite [95] meal of ham and eggs. Bogart wrote: "The ten men cited for contempt by the House Un-American Activities Committee were not defended by us. at least two of them are still remembered today. Chain Lightning and The Enforcer.[94] She wrote that the film “gave him a role that he could play with complexity. The character even mimics some of Bogart's personal habits. and is a tale of an amoral group of rogues chasing an unattainable treasure. James Stewart. drunkenness.[96] Bogart sold his interest in Santana to Columbia for over $1 million in 1955. Co-written by Truman Capote.[97] The African Queen . named after his private sailing yacht. lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence were shared by the real Bogart”. both released early in 1950. called the Committee for the First Amendment.[92] Bogart's contract gave him the right to have his own production company. Santana Productions. Bogart starred in Knock on Any Door (1949). Beat the Devil.[89] 10 House Un-American Activities Committee Bogart. While the majority of his films lost money at the box office (the main reason for Santana's end). were already under a lot of pressure."[91] Santana Productions In addition to being offered better. fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power. In a Lonely Place (1950). played by Gloria Grahame. a liberal Democrat. in 1948 he started his own production company. Bogart plays embittered writer Dixon Steele.

rivers and marshes the film apparently rekindled in Bogart his early love of boats and on his return to California from the Congo he bought a classic mahogany Hacker-Craft runabout which he kept until his death.[98] Huston's love of adventure. The result: A lot of dull performances in dull pictures”.. firmly believing that “he was the only man who could have played that part”.. The African Queen was the first Technicolor film in which Bogart appeared.Humphrey Bogart Bogart starred with Katharine Hepburn in the movie The African Queen in 1951. you need a good opponent or partner to bring out the best in you.too many stars. leaking boats... again directed by his friend John Huston.win it and then figure they have to top themselves. which continued for another five years. d Just about everyone in the cast came down with dysentery except Bogart and John Huston. who subsisted on canned food and alcohol. until reasonable fakes were employed. Bogart explained: "All I ate was baked beans. the glamor would be gone and she would make herself useful as a cook. he appeared in relatively few color films during the rest of his career. plus a relatively small salary for both.[99] Later. isolation. losing weight. his speech would break the convention of thanking everyone in sight. in and out of character.they become afraid to [105] take chances. Whenever a fly bit Huston or me.. Bogart was to get 30 percent of the profits and Hepburn 10 percent. (His other color films included The Caine Mutiny.) The role of Charlie Allnutt won Bogart his only Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1951. fierce heat. 11 . and a boat fire to complete a memorable film. attacking hippos. but the Bogarts started the trip with a junket through Europe. for which Bogart praised her.[103] Despite the discomfort of jumping from the boat into swamps. “The way to survive an Oscar is never to try to win another one. As in tennis.No one does it alone. She Luxed my undies in darkest Africa”. It's nicer to be here. to “just say you did it all yourself and don’thank anyone”. soldier ant invasions. Spiegel sent Katharine Hepburn the book and she suggested Bogart for the male lead.."[101] The teetotaling Hepburn.. Bacall came for the duration (over four months).. canned asparagus and Scotch whisky. Bogart later commented. nurse and clothes washer. poor food. when she had been nominated for Key Largo. The Barefoot Contessa. and at one time. the crew overcame illness. getting very ill. he said “It's a long way from the Belgian Congo to the stage of this theatre. Remarkably. it dropped dead.[102] In the end. But when Bogart won the Academy t Award. John and Katie helped me to be where I am now”. Bogart resisted Huston's insistence on using real leeches in a key scene where Bogart has to drag the boat through a shallow marsh. including a visit with Pope Pius XII. which he truly coveted despite his well-advertised disdain for Hollywood. “I don’know what t [100] we’have done without her. and Bogart's earlier successes with Huston convinced Bogart to leave Bogart in The African Queen the comfortable confines of Hollywood for a difficult shoot on location in the Belgian Congo in Africa. We're No Angels and The Left Hand of God. He advised Claire Trevor. fared worse in the difficult conditions. a chance to work with Hepburn. bad water filters. Bogart considered his performance to be the best of his film career. Despite the thrilling win and the recognition. Thank you very much. The stars met up in London and announced the happy prospect of working together.[104] He had vowed to friends that if he won. The novel was overlooked and left undeveloped for fifteen years until producer Sam Spiegel and Huston bought the rights. leaving their young child behind.

. Like his portrayal of Fred C.[106] For all his success. 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. he was still his melancholy old self. Bogart resumed his discreet affair with Verita Peterson. But when Bacall suddenly arrived on the scene discovering them together..[108] But Bogart got on poorly with his director and co-stars. 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. but agreed to it on a handshake with Wilder. Bogart again is the broken-down man. his long-time studio assistant whom he took sailing and enjoyed drinking with.. Madre (1948) self-pitying character whose small-mindedness eventually destroyed him. "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. feeding her lines. he noticed his co-star Gene Tierney having a hard time remembering her lines and also behaving oddly. and with the director's assurances to take good care of Bogart during the filming. chose Bogart for the role of the older.[115] . directed by Joseph Mankiewicz in 1954 and filmed in Rome. I got sick and tired of who gets Sabrina. Bacall took it quite well. daily basis. She extracted an expensive shopping spree from him and the three traveled together after the shooting. Later. in many ways an extension of the character he had played in The Maltese Falcon. grumbling and feuding with the studio. unable to secure Cary Grant. the film was successful. without a finished script. 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." Despite the acrimony. He is the type of director I don’ t like to work [109] with. and that Wilder favored Hepburn and Holden on and off the set. "We parted as enemies but finally made up. Three months before the film's release. both of which generated strong publicity for the film. Bogart as Queeg appeared on the cover of Time magazine. while Bacall Bogart's performance was generally praised as the strongest part of the film. Bogart told her." He was also annoyed by her inexperienced performance. which she did. He coached Tierney.[112] Bogart could be generous with actors. During the filming of The Left Hand of God (1955).. while his health was beginning to deteriorate.[107] In Sabrina. from the trailer of The Treasure of the Sierra Dobbs in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. the picture is a crock of crap. and Bogart encouraged Tierney to seek treatment. she credited him with helping her. Billy Wilder. this time the cynical director-narrator who saves his career by making a star of a flamenco dancer Ava Gardner. He was familiar with mental illness (his sister had bouts of depression). He also complained about the script. conservative brother who competes with his younger playboy sibling (William Holden) for the affection of the Cinderella-like Sabrina (Audrey Hepburn).Humphrey Bogart 12 Final roles Bogart dropped his asking price to get the role of Captain Queeg in Edward Dmytryk's The Caine Mutiny. In this Hollywood back-story movie. in both style and personality. Bogart was lukewarm about the part. which was written on a last-minute. or having personal problems. an unstable naval officer. John Huston. particularly those who were blacklisted. The New York Times said of Bogart. then griped with some of his old bitterness about it. Bogart played a paranoid."[110] The Barefoot Contessa. down on their luck. was home." Wilder said. Bogart told the press that Wilder was "overbearing" and "is the kind of Prussian German with a riding crop. modeled on the real life of Rita Hayworth. "he is incredibly adroit. The main problem was that Wilder was the opposite of his ideal director. Bogart gave a bravura performance as Captain Queeg.[113] [114] 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. gave Bogart one of his subtlest roles. [111] During the filming. while on Broadway Henry Fonda was starring in the stage version (in a different role).

That sent a fuming Jack Warner to his lawyers. Death By the mid-1950s. Bacall responded "to drink a lot of bourbon and stay up late. "You look like a goddamn rat pack. A chess position from one of his correspondence games appears in the movie. as Lauren Bacall (who also played) looks on. He also recorded a long-running radio series called Bold Venture with Lauren Bacall."[116] Chess Bogart was an excellent chess player. Bacall was named Den Mother. he would hustle players for dimes and quarters. He added that he played chess almost daily. an NBC adaptation of The Petrified Forest for Producers' Showcase. her husband. after signing a long-term deal with Warner Bros. playing in New York parks and at Coney Island. Mark Robson's The Harder They Fall (1956) was his last film. In June 1945. However.. he made three films: We're No Angels (dir. U. although the image is a little blurred. he and Bacall appeared on Edward R. such as Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon. Angie Dickinson and others. Judy Garland.S. and a frequent visitor to the Hollywood chess club. only a black and white kinescope of the live telecast has survived. and Sid Luft was Acting Cage Manager. The Left Hand of God (dir. Sinatra was named Pack Leader. he replied that chess was one of his main interests. in an interview in the magazine Silver Screen. in 1955. especially between film shootings. Bogart was also featured on The Jack Benny Show. He [119] loved the game all his life. The cover of the June–July 1945 issue of Chess Review showed Bogart playing with Charles Boyer. Michael Curtiz). 13 Television work Bogart rarely appeared on television. David Niven. after a long party in Las Vegas with Frank Sinatra. Radio work Bogart performed radio adaptations of some of his best known films.[120] ."[116] Romanoff's in Beverly Hills was where the Rat Pack became official. William Wyler). In the spring of 1955. when asked what things in life mattered most to him..[118] Bogart was a United States Chess Federation tournament director and active in the California State Chess Association. Murrow's Person to Person. The film was re-named Top Secret Affair and made with Kirk Douglas and Susan Hayward. Mike Romanoff and wife Gloria. Bogart had formed a new production company and had plans for a new film Melville Goodwin. His persistent cough and difficulty eating became too serious to ignore and he dropped the project.Humphrey Bogart In 1955. Once. Sid Luft. Bogie was Director of Public Relations. Bogart predicted with glee that his teeth and hair would fall out before the contract ended.[117] When asked by columnist Earl Wilson what the purpose of the group was. Lauren Bacall surveyed the wreckage of the party and declared. in which he would play a general and Bacall a press magnate. 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). Bogart and Bacall also worked together on an early color telecast. but were put in at his insistence. Before he made any money from acting. Edward Dmytryk) and The Desperate Hours (dir. The Rat Pack Bogart was a founding member of the Rat Pack. The chess scenes in Casablanca had not been in the original script.A. Bogart's health was failing. The surviving kinescope of the live Benny telecast features Bogart in his only TV sketch comedy outing. almost of master strength.

" Spence's heart stood still. Bacall had asked Tracy to give the eulogy. in Woody Allen's comic tribute to Bogart Play It Again. In 1999. in an interview. contracted cancer of the esophagus. just whistle. Buried with him is a small gold whistle. California. it was inscribed: "If you want anything. Frank Sinatra was also a frequent visitor. the star. and not to penetrate through to the regions of the spirit where real injuries are done."[125] 14 Tributes After his death. James Mason. otherwise they would grow overfat and die. the actor. Spence. Bogart. so John Huston gave the eulogy instead. which contributed to his spike in popularity in the late 1950s and 1960s.m. as well as Billy Wilder and Jack Warner."[124] His cremated remains are interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery. with an amused cynicism. Johann Sebastian Bach and Claude Debussy. David Niven. Glendale. New York and in France.." Bogie turned his eyes to Spence very quietly and with a sweet smile covered Spence's hand with his own and said. He died at 2:25 a. not for long. a movie critic with woman troubles and whose "sex life has turned into the 'Petrified Forest'". the American Film Institute ranked him the Greatest Male Star of All Time. Bogart was too weak to walk up and down stairs. 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.. 1957 after falling into a coma. Yet his victims seldom bore him any malice. which he had given to Lauren Bacall. Later. His shafts were fashioned only to stick into the outer layer of complacency. and when they did. 1956 was too late to halt the disease. Marlene Dietrich. described the last time she and Spencer Tracy saw Bogart (the night before he died): Spence patted him on the shoulder and said. In 1997. In reference to their first movie together. Spencer Tracy. it had been a rich one. California. the dumbwaiter was altered to accommodate his wheelchair. . "Goodnight. Massachusetts." Which is what happened. Danny Kaye. even with chemotherapy. Himself. Bogie. before they married. Gregory Peck and Gary Cooper. two lymph nodes and a rib on March 1.[122] Hepburn. It was attended by some of Hollywood's biggest stars including: Katharine Hepburn. but Tracy was too upset. Joan Fontaine. Sam (1972). Entertainment Weekly magazine named him the number one movie legend of all time. Errol Flynn.[123] Bogart had just turned 57 and weighed 80 pounds (36 kg) when he died on January 14. There will never be another like him. a "Bogie Cult" formed at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge. at his home at 232 Mapleton Drive in Holmby Hills.. Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless (1960) was the first film to pay tribute to Bogart. He almost never spoke of his failing health and refused to see a doctor until January 1956.[121] He underwent corrective surgery in November 1956 after the cancer had spread. a heavy smoker and drinker. as well as Greenwich Village.[48] Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy came to see him. His simple funeral was held at All Saints Episcopal Church with musical selections played from Bogart's favorite composers.He is quite irreplaceable. he held in deep respect. he never took too seriously—his work most seriously.. A diagnosis was made several weeks later and by then removal of his esophagus. Ronald Reagan. Bogart's ghost comes to the aid of Allen's bumbling character. and reminded the gathered mourners that while Bogart's life had ended far too soon. He understood. "Goodbye. Bogie took rare delight in performing a similar duty in the fountains of Hollywood. He regarded the somewhat gaudy figure of Bogart.In each of the fountains at Versailles there is a pike which keeps all the carp active.Humphrey Bogart Bogart.

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Awards and honors
On August 21, 1946 Humphrey Bogart was honored in a ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theater to record his hand and footprints in cement. On February 8, 1960 he was posthumously given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6322 Hollywood Boulevard. During his career he was nominated for several awards including the BAFTA award for best foreign actor in 1952 for The African Queen and several Academy Awards.

Humphrey Bogart's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Academy Awards
Year 1943 1951 1954 Award Film y/n Nominated Won Nominated Best Actor Casablanca Best Actor The African Queen Best Actor The Caine Mutiny

Postage Stamp
In 1997, the United States Postal Service honored Bogart with a stamp bearing his image in its "Legends of Hollywood" series as the third figure to be recognized. [126] At a formal ceremony attended by Lauren Bacall, and the Bogart children, Stephen and Leslie, Tirso del Junco, the chairman of the governing board of the USPS, provided an eloquent tribute: “Today, we mark another chapter in the Bogart legacy. With an image that is small and yet as powerful as the ones he left in celluloid, we will begin today to bring his artistry, his power, his unique star quality, to the messages that travel the world.”[127]

On June 24, 2006, a section of 103rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue was renamed "Humphrey Bogart Place". Lauren Bacall and her son Stephen Bogart were present at the commemorative event. " "Bogie would never have believed it," Lauren Bacall expressed to the assembled group of city officials and onlookers in attendance.[128]

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

Humphrey Bogart Bogart is also credited with one of the top movie misquotations. In Casablanca, neither he (nor anyone else) ever said, "Play it again, Sam," although that "quote" is widely credited to him, and is the title of the Woody Allen tribute movie. When Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), his former love, first enters the Café Americain, she spots Sam, the piano player (Dooley Wilson) and asks him to "Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake." When he feigns ignorance, she responds, "Play it, Sam. Play 'As Time Goes By.'" Later that night, alone with Sam, Rick says, "You played it for her and you can play it for me," and "If she can stand it, I can! Play it!"[129]


In popular culture
Humphrey Bogart's life has inspired writers and others: • Two Bugs Bunny cartoons featured Humphrey Bogart: • In Slick Hare (1947), Bogart orders fried rabbit in a Hollywood restaurant. Told that they do not have any, he becomes insistent, leading waiter Elmer Fudd to try (unsuccessfully as usual) to serve Bugs as the meal. Bogart finally gives up, saying: "Baby will just have to have a ham sandwich instead." – "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.[130] • 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.[131] • 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.[132] • 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.[133] • The Man With Bogart's Face (1981) movie was an homage to Bogart and starred Bogart lookalike Robert Sacchi.[134] • 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.[135]

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virtual-history. While many of his early films were supporting roles in B pictures.humphreybogart.co.com/blog1/2007/02/25/the-fundamental-rules-apply/) Genealogy of Humphrey Bogart (http://dgmweb. Sabrina.uk) • Tribute to Humphrey Bogart (http://bogart-tribute. Bogart was nominated three times for a Best Actor Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.html) • Bibliography (http://film.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=65398) player profile at ChessGames.shtml) Bogart: Behind the Legend (documentary) (http://www. During that time he appeared in 75 feature films.uk/news/obituaries/ verita-thompson-humphrey-bogarts-secret-mistress-808183.com/person.com/participant/participant.com/artist/7027) at Allmovie Humphrey Bogart (http://tcmdb. Dobbs in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. and Rick Blaine in Casablanca.php?personid=89) • Bold Venture radio show (32 episodes) (http://www.bogieonline. including.com/name/nm7/) at the Internet Movie Database Humphrey Bogart Official Website (http://www.org/identities/lccn-n50-10086) in libraries (WorldCat catalog) Bogie Online: The online resource for Humphrey Bogart fans (http://www.com/person. often type-cast as a gangster.com/) Humphrey Bogart (http://www.imdb. To Have and Have Not.net) Humphrey Bogart filmography Humphrey Bogart is an American film actor whose career spanned nearly three decades.asp?ID=32377) at the Internet Broadway Database Humphrey Bogart (http://www. Filmography . winning for the African Queen in 1951.co.html) The Fundamental Rules Apply (http://newcritics.bold-venture.com/ issues/05_03/05-03-bogart.net/FGS/B/ BogartHumphrey-HMenken-MPhillips-MMethot-LaurenBacall.moderndrunkardmagazine.allmovie. Bogart would later play such notable roles as Fred C.independent.Humphrey Bogart 20 External links • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart (http://www.chessgames.html) • Verita Thompson:Humphrey Bogart's Secret Mistress (http://www. Sam Spade in The Maltese Falcon. and The Caine Mutiny.documen.tv/asset/Humphrey_bogart_film. Charlie Allnut in The African Queen. The Big Sleep.jsp?participantId=18290) at the TCM Movie Database Works by or about Humphrey Bogart (http://worldcat.com/) Humphrey Bogart (http://www.com Modern Drunkard: Three Drinks Ahead With Humphrey Bogart (http://www.ibdb.

Clitterhouse Angels with Dirty Faces Swingtime in the Movies Himself Ruth's Fiance Steve Jordan Tom Standish Jim Watson Valentine Corliss Steve Nash Stone Jim Leonard Shep Adkins Harve Garboni Duke Mantee Nick "Bugs" Fenner Sherry Scott Hap Stuart Valentine "Val" Stevens Frank Taylor John Phillips David Graham Turkey Morgan Joe "Red" Kennedy Hugh "Baby Face" Martin Doug Quintain Ed Hatch Deputy Commissioner Mark Braden Harry Galleon Pete "Czar" Martin "Rocks" Valentine James Frazier Himself Role Director Edmund Lawrence Arthur Hurley John Ford Irving Cummings Alfred Santell Hobart Henley Irving Cummings Raoul Walsh Thornton Freeland Mervyn LeRoy Mervyn LeRoy Chester Erskine Archie Mayo William Keighley William C.Humphrey Bogart filmography 21 1928–1940 Year 1928 1930 Film The Dancing Town Broadway's Like That Up the River A Devil with Women 1931 Body and Soul The Bad Sister A Holy Terror Women of All Nations 1932 Love Affair Big City Blues Three on a Match 1934 1936 Midnight The Petrified Forest Bullets or Ballots Two Against the World China Clipper Isle of Fury 1937 Black Legion The Great O'Malley Marked Woman Kid Galahad San Quentin Dead End Stand-In 1938 Swing Your Lady Crime School Men Are Such Fools Racket Busters The Amazing Dr. McGann Ray Enright Frank McDonald Archie Mayo William Dieterle Lloyd Bacon Michael Curtiz Lloyd Bacon William Wyler Tay Garnett Ray Enright Lewis Seiler Busby Berkeley Lloyd Bacon Anatole Litvak Michael Curtiz Crane Wilbur .

Humphrey Bogart filmography 1939 King of the Underworld The Oklahoma Kid Joe Gurney Whip McCord Lewis Seiler Lloyd Bacon Lewis Seiler Edmund Goulding Raoul Walsh 22 You Can't Get Away with Murder Frank Wilson Dark Victory The Roaring Twenties The Return of Doctor X Invisible Stripes 1940 Virginia City It All Came True Brother Orchid They Drive by Night Michael O'Leary George Hally Dr. Col. aka Marshall Quesne Vincent Sherman Chuck Martin John Murrell Grasselli aka Chips Maguire Jack Buck Paul Fabrini Lloyd Bacon Michael Curtiz Lewis Seiler Lloyd Bacon Raoul Walsh 1941–1950 Year 1941 High Sierra The Wagons Roll at Night The Maltese Falcon All Through the Night 1942 The Big Shot Across the Pacific Casablanca 1943 Action in the North Atlantic Sahara Thank Your Lucky Stars 1944 Passage to Marseille To Have and Have Not 1945 1946 Conflict The Big Sleep Two Guys From Milwaukee 1947 Dead Reckoning The Two Mrs. Carrolls Dark Passage 1948 Film Roy Earle Nick Coster Sam Spade Gloves Donahue Joseph "Duke" Berne Rick Leland Rick Blaine Lt. Matthew "Matt" Brennan Stuart Heisler Dixon Steele Nicholas Ray . "Rip" Murdock Geoffrey Carroll Vincent Parry Role Director Raoul Walsh Ray Enright John Huston Vincent Sherman Lewis Seiler John Huston Michael Curtiz Lloyd Bacon Zoltan Korda David Butler Michael Curtiz Howard Hawks Curtis Bernhardt Howard Hawks David Butler John Cromwell Peter Godfrey Delmer Daves John Huston John Huston Frederick De Cordova Nicholas Ray Stuart Heisler The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Fred C. Maurice Xavier. Joe Rossi Sgt. Joe Gunn Himself Jean Matrac Harry "Steve" Morgan Richard Mason Philip Marlowe Himself Capt. Dobbs Key Largo Always Together Frank McCloud Himself Andrew Morton Joseph "Joe" Barrett 1949 Knock on Any Door Tokyo Joe 1950 Chain Lightning In a Lonely Place Lt.

Humphrey Bogart filmography 23 1951–1956 Year 1951 Film The Enforcer Sirocco The African Queen 1952 1953 Deadline . imdb. 2010. ISBN 0-8065-0955-4. com/ person/ 7027/ Humphrey-Bogart/ filmography . The New York Times. IMDB. Atty. Philip Francis Queeg Edward Dmytryk Linus Larrabee Billy Wilder Joseph L. 2010. com/ name/ nm0000007/ [2] http:/ / movies. nytimes. References [1] http:/ / www. Mankiewicz Michael Curtiz Edward Dmytryk William Wyler Mark Robson The Barefoot Contessa Harry Dawes 1955 We're No Angels The Left Hand of God The Desperate Hours 1956 The Harder They Fall Joseph James "Jim" Carmody Glenn Griffin Eddie Willis References • McCarty.S. Martin Ferguson Harry Smith Charlie Allnut Ed Hutcheson Himself Maj.A. Clifford. The Complete Films of Humphrey Bogart. Cmdr. (1990). Retrieved June 1. • "Humphrey Bogart > Filmography" [2]. Jed Webbe Billy Dannreuther Director Bretaigne Windust Curtis Bernhardt John Huston Richard Brooks Hal Walker Richard Brooks John Huston Lt. • "Humphrey Bogart > Filmography" [1]. Retrieved June 1. The Road to Bali Battle Circus Beat the Devil 1954 The Caine Mutiny Sabrina Role Dist.U. NJ: Citadel Press. Secaucus.

References [1] IMDB entry (http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0020714/ ) External links • Broadway's Like That at IMDB (http://www. and Mary Philips. imdb.[1] Film preservation The soundtrack for this film. a girl finds out that her intended husband already has a wife. recorded on Vitaphone discs. is lost. only a silent copy of the film survives.com/title/tt0020714/) . Joan Blondell. Humphrey Bogart. Plot summary On the eve of her wedding.imdb.Broadway's Like That 24 Broadway's Like That Broadway's Like That (1930) is a 10-minute Vitaphone short film with Ruth Etting. Bogart and Philips were married at the time of this film.

who is in love with woman's-prison inmate Judy (Claire Luce). he is followed there by Judy's former "employer. Steve goes along with it until Frosby defrauds his mother. Louis (Spencer Tracy) and Dannemora Dan (Warren Hymer) befriend another convict named Steve (Humphrey Bogart). The film closes with St. promising Judy that he will wait for her release five months later. presumably ready to lead their team to victory. Plot Two convicts. Frosby threatens to expose Steve's prison record if the latter refuses to go along with a scheme to defraud his neighbors. Louis and Dannemora Dan have broken of prison and come to Steve's aid. taking away a gun he planned to use on Frosby and instead stealing back the bonds. at this moment St. Steve is paroled. Hull Fox Film Corporation 12 October 1930 92 min  United States English Up the River (1930) is a comedy film about escaped convicts. However. He returns to his hometown in New England and his mother's home. August Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Frank E. Louis on the pitcher's mound with his catcher. Fortunately.[1] [2] .Up the River 25 Up the River Up the River Directed by Produced by Written by Starring John Ford William Fox Maurine Dallas Watkins Spencer Tracy Claire Luce Warren Hymer Humphrey Bogart Cinematography Joseph H." the scam artist Frosby (Gaylord Pendleton). Dannemora Dan. St. directed by John Ford and featuring Spencer Tracy and Humphrey Bogart in their feature film debuts. They then return to prison in time for its annual baseball game against a rival penitentiary.

Sr. but was on Broadway in many plays from 1923–1952.jsp?stid=94575) . tcm.tcm. Claire Luce (1903–1989) made very few films. with Preston Foster and Tony Martin respectively in the Tracy and Bogart roles. Inc. (2008). but this is the first credited feature film for both actors. This was the only feature film that close friends Tracy and Bogart ever made together. External links • Up the River at IMDB (http://www. . so the role intended for Tracy went to Fredric March instead. ISBN 978-1-4363-4138-7. as Pop Joan Lawes as Jean Casting Tracy had starred in three shorts earlier the same year and Bogart had been an unbilled extra in a silent movie a decade before. Mordaunt. com/ movie/ 115297/ Up-the-River/ overview). nytimes. The New York Times.com/title/tt0021508) • Up the River at TCM Movie Database (http://www.com/tcmdb/title/title. MA: New England Vintage Film Society. "Movies: About Up the River" (http:/ / movies.Up the River 26 Cast • • • • • • Spencer Tracy as Saint Louis Claire Luce as Judy Fields Warren Hymer as Dannemora Dan Humphrey Bogart as Steve Jordan William Collier. jsp?stid=94575 [2] Hall. She should not be confused with the more famous author and playwright Clare Boothe Luce (1903–1987). Spencer Tracy: The Pre-Code Legacy of a Hollywood Legend. Newton. Bibliography • New England Vintage Film Society. References [1] http:/ / www. but neither would consent to second billing. The movie was remade by 20th Century-Fox in 1938.imdb. They tried to make The Desperate Hours in 1955. Retrieved 27 May 2010. com/ tcmdb/ title.

Body and Soul (1931 film) 27 Body and Soul (1931 film) Body and Soul theatrical poster Directed by Written by Alfred Santell Elliott White Springs (story) A. Cast • • • • • • • • • • Charles Farrell as Mal Andrews Elissa Landi as Carla Humphrey Bogart as Jim Watson Myrna Loy as Alice Lester Don Dillaway as Tap Johnson Crauford Kent as Major Burke Pat Somerset as Major Knowls Ian Maclaren as General Trafford-Jones David Cavendish as Lieutenant Meggs (Dennis D'Auburn) Douglas Dray as Zane . Humphrey Bogart. The film is Bogart's third credited screen appearance. and Myrna Loy. Thomas (play) Jules Furthman Charles Farrell Elissa Landi Humphrey Bogart Myrna Loy Peter Brunelli George Lipschultz (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Glen MacWilliams Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paul Weatherwax 20th Century Fox February 22. Elissa Landi. The story is about Royal Air Force pilots and stars Charles Farrell. 1931 70 minutes United States English Body and Soul is a 1931 film directed by Alfred Santell.E.

allmovie.Body and Soul (1931 film) • Harold Kinney as Young • Bruce Warren as Sam Douglas 28 External links • Body and Soul [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Body and Soul [2] at the TCM Movie Database • Body and Soul [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. jsp?stid=69276 [3] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. com/ work/ 85572 . imdb. com/ title/ tt0021680/ [2] http:/ / tcmdb.

Jr. 1931 68 minutes United States English The Bad Sister is a 1931 American drama film directed by Hobart Henley. The film marked the screen debut of Bette Davis. Knopf Tom Reed Raymond L. Kent Universal Pictures March 29. which previously was filmed in 1916 and 1922.The Bad Sister 29 The Bad Sister The Bad Sister Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Hobart Henley Carl Laemmle. Schrock is based on the 1913 novel The Flirt by Booth Tarkington. Schrock Based on a novel by Booth Tarkington Conrad Nagel Sidney Fox Bette Davis Zasu Pitts Humphrey Bogart David Broekman Starring Music by Cinematography Karl Freund Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ted J. Knopf. Edwin H. and Raymond L. Tom Reed. . The screenplay by Edwin H.

The actress was so distressed by her performance they left before the final credits and.The Bad Sister 30 Plot Naive Marianne Madison. and a neck that's too long. certain her Hollywood career was over. He suggested a different shade of lipstick and advised her to use eye shadow. who has come to her small town looking for fresh marks to swindle. falls for dashing con artist Valentine Corliss. but having seen Marianne for who she really is.[1] Bette Davis." she recalled for an interview in the April 1938 issue of Good Housekeeping. "Your eyelashes are too short. She returns home and begs forgiveness from her jilted fiancé Dick Lindley." he told her. producer Carl Laemmle. commented. hair's a nondescript color. who "surveyed me critically. nervous about her appearance in her first film. bored with her routine life. Jr. When she undid the diaper and saw male genitals for the first time in her life. A fat little Dutch girl's face. but their meeting left Davis feeling anxious and lacking self-confidence. he turns his attention to her shy younger sister Laura. and mouth's too small.[1] Davis and her mother attended a preview of the film in San Bernardino. "Can you imagine some poor guy going through hell and high water and ending up with her at the fade-out?" [1] Davis was required to change a baby in one scene. she was so embarrassed her face reddened enough to look deep gray on screen. After seeing the completed film. Production The film originally was called What a Flirt and then Gambling Daughters before being changed to The Bad Sister just prior to its theatrical release. which he presents to the other local merchants. He soon charms her into faking her wealthy and prominent father's name on a letter of endorsement. but not before conning Marianne into becoming his wife. almost resentfully. Valentine abandons Marianne. consulted with studio makeup chief Jack Pierce. who willingly give him merchandise. and the fact the infant was a boy was kept secret from her. she cried all the way home.[1] Cast (in credits order) • • • • • • • • • • Conrad Nagel as Dr Dick Lindley Sidney Fox as Marianne Madison Bette Davis as Laura Madison Zasu Pitts as Minnie Slim Summerville as Sam Charles Winninger as Mr Madison Emma Dunn as Mrs Madison Humphrey Bogart as Valentine Corliss Bert Roach as Wade Trumbull David Durand as Hedrick Madison . Following their wedding night in a sleazy hotel. He prepares his escape.

com/title/tt0021636/) at the Internet Movie Database . 8-11 External links • The Bad Sister (http://www.imdb. Mother Goddam: The Story of the Career of Bette Davis. New York: Hawthorn Books 1974. and Davis.The Bad Sister 31 References [1] Stine. ISBN 0-8015-5184-6. Whitney. pp. Bette.

driving at breakneck speeds.000 from Hardy to finance a new play in which Linda will star. Things become serious between Carol and Jim. but the businessman will only write her a check for $10. Plot Wealthy socialite Carol Owen (Dorothy Mckaill) decides to take up flying. Gilligan (Jack Kennedy) sets her up with a homely instructor. persuading her skeptical financial manager. but cannot get any financial backing. he asks her to marry him. Carol has second thoughts and goes to break the news to Hardy. However. Hardy is only too pleased to oblige. They begin seeing each other. When Hardy asks Carol once again to marry him. The next day. aspiring stage actress Linda Lee (Astrid Allwyn). He then informs her that she is. Meanwhile. Bruce Hardy (Hale Hamilton). she gives him a lift into town in her sports car. Carol learns that Jim is designing a revolutionary airplane engine. she jokingly tells him she would only consider his offer if she were broke. . Hardy tries to break off his relationship with Linda. Unbeknownst to him. He begins neglecting his work and eventually spends the night with her. He has been paying all her bills for the past year.000 check endorsed to Georgie. It is based on the short story of the same name by Ursula Parrott. to invest in the project. To try to pressure Hardy.Love Affair (1932 film) 32 Love Affair (1932 film) Love Affair Directed by Written by Thornton Freeland Ursula Parrott (story) Jo Swerling Dorothy Mackaill Humphrey Bogart Hale Hamilton Columbia Pictures Columbia Pictures Starring Studio Distributed by Release date(s) March 17. she is Jim's sister and in love with Georgie Keeler (Bradley Page). but still game. as he has asked Carol numerous times to marry him. This is what Georgie has been waiting for. He apologizes and leaves. For revenge. He has coached Linda to extort $50. she agrees to wed Hardy. Jim realizes Linda has deceived him. Jim has some fun.000. Hardy keeps a mistress on the side. Before she can however. 1932 Running time Country Language 68 minutes United States English Love Affair is a 1932 romantic drama film starring Dorothy Mackaill as an adventurous socialite and Humphrey Bogart as the airplane designer she falls for. taking her through some aerobatic maneuvers that leave her queasy. She realizes that she is distracting him from making a success of his engine and turns him down. Jim shows up and insists that Hardy marry his sister. when Hardy shows him the canceled $10. Georgie has Linda lie to Jim about the relationship. Hoping to help Jim. a Broadway producer. She decides to give him a secret helping hand. but she requests dashing Jim Leonard (Humphrey Bogart) instead.

33 Cast • • • • • • • • • Dorothy Mackaill as Carol Owen Humphrey Bogart as Jim Leonard Hale Hamilton as Bruce Hardy Halliwell Hobbes as Kibbee. com/ title/ tt0023153/ [2] http:/ / tcmdb. Carol's hairdresser Harold Minjir as Antone External links • Love Affair [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Love Affair [2] at the TCM Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. Jim reads the suicide note she left with Gilligan. Carol's long-time butler Astrid Allwyn as Linda Lee Jack Kennedy as Gilligan Bradley Page as Georgie Keeler Barbara Leonard as Felice. com/ title/ title.Love Affair (1932 film) Carol decides to kill herself by crashing an airplane. work his way gingerly to the cockpit (while the plane is in flight). jsp?stid=3843 . imdb. He manages to cling to the fuselage. and reconcile with Carol. As she starts to take off.

September 10. Bud and Vita try to escape from the police and after arresting everybody.Big City Blues (1932 film) 34 Big City Blues (1932 film) Big City Blues Theatrical Poster Directed by Written by Mervyn LeRoy Play: Ward Morehouse Screenplay: Lillie Hayward Joan Blondell Eric Linden Starring Cinematography James Van Trees Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ray Curtiss Warner Bros. he moves to New York City where he meets his cousin Gibby. After inheriting money. drama film directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Plot Bud Reeves is an innocent young man who once lived in a small town. . 1932 63 minutes United States English Big City Blues is a 1932 Warner Bros. but wants to go back to New York to marry Vita. Troubles start to come when they decide to throw a party where a woman is killed after accidentally being hit on her head. Bud immediately goes back to his home in Indiana. He introduces him to chorus girl Vida Fleet. the real killer is soon revealed. who he falls in love with. The story is based on the play by Ward Morehouse and the film stars Joan Blondell.

The House Detective Grant Mitchell as Station Agent Walter Catlett as Cousin 'Gibby' Gibboney Inez Courtney as Faun Thomas E. com/ title/ tt0022676/ . Jackson as Detective Quelkin External links • Big City Blues [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www.Big City Blues (1932 film) 35 Cast • • • • • • • • • Joan Blondell as Vida Fleet Eric Linden as Bud Reeves Jobyna Howland as Mrs Serena Cartlich Ned Sparks as Mr 'Stacky' Stackhouse Guy Kibbee as Hummell. imdb.

The film also features Warren William. 1932 63 min. October 29. . Allen Jenkins and Edward Arnold. United States English Three on a Match (1932) is a Warner Bros. Zanuck Story: Kubec Glasmon John Bright Screenplay: Lucien Hubbard Joan Blondell Bette Davis Ann Dvorak Written by Starring Cinematography Sol Polito Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ray Cirtiss Warner Bros.Three on a Match 36 Three on a Match Three on a Match Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Mervyn LeRoy Samuel Bischoff Raymond Griffith Darryl F. Lyle Talbot. Humphrey Bogart (in his first tough-guy role). drama film directed by Mervyn LeRoy and starring Joan Blondell. Ann Dvorak and Bette Davis.

will be the first to die. was also the first to die. Michael tries to blackmail Robert by threatening to inform the press about Mary's criminal background. Ruth works as a stenographer. Concerned about Vivian's neglect of her son. On an ocean cruise. They each light a cigarette from the same match and discuss the superstition that such an act is unlucky and that Vivian. in 1979. playing a hood named Harve. Harve. a beautiful woman from a background of wealth.) Main characters Joan Blondell as Mary Keaton. Mary tells Robert where to find his boy. the last to light her cigarette. Cast (in credits order) • • • • • • • • • Virginia Davis as Mary Keaton as a child Joan Blondell as Mary Keaton / Mary Bernard Anne Shirley as Vivian Revere as a child Ann Dvorak as Vivian Revere Kirkwood Betty Carse as Ruth Wescott as a child Bette Davis as Ruth Wescott Warren William as Robert Kirkwood Lyle Talbot as Michael Loftus Humphrey Bogart as Harve . followed by Blondell later the same year. accurate. Desperate. but she has grown dissatisfied with her life. Meanwhile. Dick (Allen Jenkins) and Ace (Edward Arnold). meet again as young adults after some time apart. A tomboy as a child. a decade later. Mary and Robert become better acquainted and eventually marry. before becoming an entertainer. and. Ruth (Bette Davis). She is married to Robert Kirkwood. Robert retrieves his son and divorces Vivian. making the superstitious comments at the beginning of the film about the last to light the cigarette being the first to die. while Ruth works as a stenographer. Bette Davis as Ruth Wescott. Vivian's husband. mimes the dissolute woman's habit by brushing his hand under his nose in one scene. However. Vivian is the best off of the three. winkingly). in a selfless act of contrition and self-sacrifice. Mary is an entertainer who has established stability in her life after spending some time in a reform school. Mary spent time in a reform school.Three on a Match 37 Plot Three friends from childhood. gambler Michael Loftus (Lyle Talbot) persuades Vivian to run away with him. the youngest of the three lead actresses. he kidnaps Robert's boy. also known as Mary Bernard. Ann Dvorak as Vivian Kirkwood. a successful attorney. Warren William as Robert Kirkwood. Serious and studious as a child. alerting the authorities and saving her son's life at the cost of her own. Vivian scrawls a message in lipstick on her nightgown and throws herself out the window of the fourth-floor apartment where she and her son are being held. Mary (Joan Blondell). married to successful lawyer Robert Kirkwood (Warren William) and with a young son. in 1989. who tell him to pay up or else. actress Ann Dvorak. but a young Humphrey Bogart. and Vivian (Ann Dvorak). Davis. Vivian's money runs out and Michael owes $2000 to three sadistic gangsters. When that doesn't work. She soon becomes addicted to cocaine (this is not explicitly spelled out. (In real life. and is the mother of their young son.

imdb.Three on a Match • Allen Jenkins as Dick • Edward Arnold as Ace • Jack Webb (uncredited) boy in schoolyard 38 External links • Three on a Match [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0023590/ .

The film was re-released as Call It Murder after Bogart became a movie star. Steiner George Webber Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Leo Zochling All Star Productions Universal Pictures March 7. Heggie. USA English Midnight is a 1934 film noir directed by Chester Erskine and starring Sidney Fox. . Henry Hull.Midnight (1934 film) 39 Midnight (1934 film) Midnight DVD cover Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Chester Erskine Chester Erskine Chester Erskine Sidney Fox Henry Hull Margaret Wycherly Humphrey Bogart Cinematography William O. His credit was enlarged to a guest star status although Bogart was eighth in the cast credits in the original release. 1934 (USA) 76 min. and Humphrey Bogart. Margaret Wycherly. O.P.

. Heggie . com/ work/ 61206 .. Nolan Margaret Wycherly .... allmovie.Midnight (1934 film) 40 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Sidney Fox .. Ethel Saxon External links • Midnight [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Midnight [2] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www... Ingersoll (as Henry O'Neil) Helen Flint .. Gar Boni Granville Bates . Weldon Lynne Overman . com/ title/ tt0025499/ [2] http:/ / www. Plunkett Henry O'Neill . Ada Biggers Richard Whorf .. Dist...... Stella Weldon O. Henry McGrath Cora Witherspoon .. Edward Weldon Henry Hull ... Arthur Weldon Humphrey Bogart ... Elizabeth McGrath Moffat Johnston .. Joe Biggers (as Lynn Overman) Katherine Wilson ....P. Mrs. imdb. Atty...

The Petrified Forest 41 The Petrified Forest The Petrified Forest The Petrified Forest poster Directed by Produced by Written by Archie Mayo Hal B. and adaptations were later performed on radio and television as well.S. starring Leslie Howard. 1936 (U. Sherwood (play) Charles Kenyon Delmer Daves Leslie Howard Bette Davis Humphrey Bogart Genevieve Tobin Dick Foran Starring Cinematography Sol Polito Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Warner Bros. February 6. Sherwood's 1936 stage play of the same name. Wallis (executive producer uncredited) Robert E. and Humphrey Bogart. .[1] The screenplay was written by Delmer Daves and Charles Kenyon. A precursor of film noir. it was adapted from Robert E. Bette Davis. release) 83 min English The Petrified Forest is a 1936 American film.

"It couldn't make any difference to you.and reads him a favorite Villon poem. only to be gunned down himself by the waiting posse.. Indifferent to the danger. Boze Hertzlinger Joe Sawyer . handsome American serviceman. "I'll be seein' ya soon. if they catch you.. Duke Mantee Genevieve Tobin . will escape her dead-end existence to pursue her dreams." Alan recounts his European adventures and Gabrielle is instantly smitten with him. Mr. his daughter Gabrielle (Davis). Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Leslie Howard .. Lineman Adrian Morris .. he produces a life insurance policy he is carrying with him. Everyone is of course terrified. they can hang you only once. Gabrielle's mother. who dreams of moving to Bourges to become an artist. announcing that he will bring Mr. The diner is run by Jason Maple (Porter Hall). once a British intellectual and writer. Chisholm Eddie Acuff . and golden vineyards.." growls Duke... Alan dies in Gabrielle's arms. a famous gangster fleeing a massive police pursuit. who assures him that he intends to leave forthwith. left her "dull defeated man" and moved back to Title from the film's trailer France when Gabrielle was a baby. and her grandfather (Charley Grapewin).. She now sends poetry to Gabrielle. Alan Squier Bette Davis .. Gabrielle Maple Humphrey Bogart . but before they can depart. and dancing in the streets.Living.. Joseph . After all.. Ruby Nina Campana . he engages Duke in lively conversation and toasts him as "the last great apostle of rugged individualism. so that Gabrielle can use the insurance money to make her dream of studying art in France a reality. grows jealous of Alan. invades the diner with his gang and takes the entire group hostage.The Petrified Forest 42 Plot Alan Squier (Howard). Duke Mantee (Bogart). who has little to live for... Slim John Alexander ." As the police converge on the restaurant." The police close in. Paula Slim Thompson .. and Mrs. "an old man who was missed by Billy the Kid.. a French war bride who fell in love with Jason when he was a young. Chisholm (Paul Harvey and Genevieve Tobin)... Jason Maple Charley Grapewin . Alan mooches a ride from wealthy tourists Mr. Jackie (billed as Joseph Sawyer) Porter Hall .. now a penniless alcoholic drifter. Boze Hertzlinger (Dick Foran). and Mrs. Chisholm Dick Foran . She shows Alan her paintings . dead..... making Gabrielle the beneficiary.. Duke.. Mrs. Duke prepares to flee.. Gramp Maple Paul Harvey . Duke obliges Alan by shooting him.the first time she has shown them to anyone . I'm worth nothing to her. pal. alone among the film's principals. Gabrielle's blue-collar boyfriend.." He exits. "So long. and amends it... wanders into a roadside diner in the Petrified Forest area in northern Arizona. Chisholm with him as human shields. secure in the knowledge that she... except Alan. Then he asks Duke to kill him. Alan has an inspiration: With Gabrielle in another room. I can buy her the tallest cathedrals.

and Bullets or Ballots. Friz Freleng made the short-length Merrie Melodies cartoon parody. Bogart and Lauren Bacall named their daughter Leslie Howard Bogart in honor of Howard.[8] . 1940. aired on The Screen Guild Theater on January 7. • The Warner Brothers sound stage on which the movie was filmed is currently the home of Conan O'Brien's TBS television program. Jack Klugman. Henry Fonda as Alan. Howard informed the studio that he would not appear in the movie version without Bogart as his co-star. a short film produced by Brad Hall for television's Late Night with David Letterman. • The novel Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates opens with a 1955 amateur-theater production of The Petrified Forest. He described his character — a gangster who holds a suburban family hostage — as "Duke Mantee grown up. She Was an Acrobat's Daughter (1937) that portrays a cinema audience watching The Petrified Florist. and he remained grateful to Howard throughout his life. For the film. Susan Hayward.[3] Radio and television adaptations The Petrified Forest was performed on CBS's Lux Radio Theater in 1937. Robinson as Duke. Richard Jaeckel. a newcomer in his first major role. Sherwood based the Duke Mantee character on John Dillinger. and Bogart's wife Lauren Bacall as Gabrielle.The Petrified Forest 43 History The 1936 Broadway production of The Petrified Forest also starred Howard. • Almost 20 years later. the notorious criminal who had only recently been named the FBI's first "Public Enemy #1" by J. In 1952. In the late 1990s. Bogart. Robinson. a weekly dramatic anthology. which is the same year as the live TV performance. after playing a series of gangsters in such films as Little Caesar. The Desperate Hours (1955). and Bogart. who won the stage role in part because of his physical resemblance to Dillinger.[4] and again on the same program in 1945. with Herbert Marshall. and Jack Warden played supporting roles. Margaret Sullavan. and Bogart.[3] Robinson later portrayed a remarkably similar character — a famous gangster holding a disparate group of people hostage in a Florida hotel .[5] [6] Another radio adaptation starring Joan Bennett.[2] ) The film made Bogart a star. reportedly feared being typecast. Legacy • After the film's release. studied film footage of the gangster and mimicked some of his mannerisms in his portrayal."[3] Bacall. That film's hero was played by Bogart. Bacall donated the only known kinescope of the 1955 performance to The Museum Of Television & Radio (now the Paley Center for Media). a live television version was performed as an installment of Producer's Showcase.in Key Largo (1948). (In addition. Edgar Hoover. who was an established star. Bogart and Fonda in the 1955 live televised version • The hitchhiking scene with Leslie Howard was parodied by comedian Chris Elliott in The Traveling Poet. In 1955. [7] starring Bette Savis and Lester Coward. In his original Broadway script. and in 1934 was ambushed and gunned down in spectacular fashion by FBI agents. where it remains archived for viewing in New York City and Los Angeles. Warner Brothers intended to cast the more bankable Edward G. Tyrone Power. with Ronald Coleman. Bogart played a similar role in his penultimate film. who had been killed in a plane crash under controversial circumstances during World War II. and Lawrence Tierney. and Donald Meek in the principal roles. featuring Bogart (now top-billed) as Mantee. Two Seconds. However.

Retrieved 2009-02-20. Susan Hayward. Sklar. Thomas Dunne. p.com/m/petrified_forest/) at Rotten Tomatoes . Jerry. com/ demille/ lux2. otrsite. Eduardo Gienille. bcdb. htm). Host: Thomas Mitchell" "She Was an Acrobat's Daughter. Bogart.. Demille @ Classic Move Favorites . classicmoviefavorites. " THE PETRIFIED FOREST 151 11-22-37 :59:50 Herbert Marshall.com/title/title.The Petrified Forest 44 References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] The Petrified Forest page (http:/ / ibdb. Robert (1992). Donald Meek" "February 2009" (http:/ / wamu.rottentomatoes. issue 1117 (November.Lux Radio Theater episode list" (http:/ / www. undated.com/work/37901) at Allmovie The Petrified Forest (http://tcmdb.com. ISBN 0-691-04795-2.allmovie. "Lux Radio Theater 04/23/45 The Petrified Forest w/Ronald Coleman & Susan Hayward (Lux)(CBS)(54:33)" Haendiges. html). . Retrieved 2009-02-20. Princeton University Press. html) bcdb.jsp?stid=86562) at the TCM Movie Database The Petrified Forest (http://www. Garfield. ""THE PETRIFIED FOREST" 11-22-37 :59:50 Herbert Marshall. Donald Meek THE PETRIFIED FOREST 481 04-23-45 :60:00 Ronald Colman. com/ logs/ logl1008. "Cecil B. Retrieved: 21 December 2010. WAMU. php?id=7922). 2010). Internet Broadway Database.imdb." (http:/ / www. com/ cartoon/ 226-She_Was_An_Acrobats_Daughter. 2006. Accessed May 21. "Lux Radio Theater .com/title/tt0028096/) at the Internet Movie Database The Petrified Forest (http://www. . episodic log" (http:/ / www. [7] [8] External links • • • • The Petrified Forest (http://www. ISBN-10: 0312366299. City Boys: Cagney. Retrieved 2009-02-20. The Vintage Radio Place. Margaret Sullivan. Lawrence Tierney. pp. Margaret Sullivan. Rolling Stone Magazine. . Richard. 60-62. 54. org/ programs/ bb/ 09/ 02/ ). com/ production. 2009. Bogie: A Celebration of the Life and Films of Humphrey Bogart. Shickel.

com/ title/ tt0027407/ . 1939 broadcast of Lux Radio Theater with Edward G.Bullets or Ballots 45 Bullets or Ballots Bullets or Ballots Directed by Produced by Written by Starring William Keighley Louis F. Joan Blondell. Robinson. Miller Martin Mooney Edward G. Robinson. 1936 82 minutes  United States English Bullets or Ballots is a 1936 gangster film starring Edward G. com/ title/ title. Edelman (uncredited) Seton I. Pictures June 6. Robinson Joan Blondell Barton MacLane Humphrey Bogart Cinematography Hal Mohr Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jack Killifer Warner Bros. Robinson plays a police detective who infiltrates a crime gang. imdb. External links • Bullets or Ballots [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Bullets or Ballots [2] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. Mary Astor and Humphrey Bogart. Robinson as Detective Johnny Blake Joan Blondell as Lee Morgan Barton MacLane as Al Kruger Humphrey Bogart as Nick 'Bugs' Fenner Frank McHugh as Herman McCloskey Joe King as Captain Dan 'Mac' McLaren Adaptations to Other Media Bullets or Ballots was adapted as a one-hour radio play on the April 17. Cast • • • • • • Edward G. jsp?stid=66 [2] http:/ / www. Barton MacLane and Humphrey Bogart.

1937 (US) 83 minutes United States English $235. It was inspired by the May 1935 murder in Michigan of Charles Poole. directed by Archie Mayo. Dick Foran. January 17. The film stars Humphrey Bogart. 1937 (NYC) January 30. with a script by Abem Finkel and William Wister Haines based on an original story by producer Robert Lord.Black Legion (film) 46 Black Legion (film) Black Legion theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Archie Mayo Michael Curtiz (uncredited) Robert Lord Story: Robert Lord Screenplay: Abem Finkel William Wister Haines Humphrey Bogart Dick Foran Erin O'Brien-Moore Ann Sheridan W. Erin O'Brien-Moore and Ann Sheridan and is a fictionalized story about the real-life Black Legion of the 1930s. Franke Harling Howard Jackson Bernhard Kaun (all uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography George Barnes Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Owen Marks Warner Bros. Warner Bros.000 [1] Black Legion is a 1937 melodrama film.[1] .[1] Columbia Pictures had previously made Legion of Terror in 1936 based on the same case. a Works Progress Administration worker.

was forced to underplay some aspects of the group's political activities to avoid legal repercussion. and a drunken Taylor winds up confessing about his Legion activities.[2] and alienates his wife (Erin O'Brien-Moore). resulting in the entire Black Legion being convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. they order that Jackson be kidnapped. The Legion plans to flog Jackson but he tries to escape by punching one of the men restraining him and causing a ruckus. Soon.Black Legion (film) Many of the details about the Legion portrayed in Black Legion. Hinds as Judge • • • • • • • • • • Addison Richards as Prosecuting Attorney Eddie Acuff as Metcalf Dorothy Vaughan as Mrs. attacking Grogan. Taylor's recruiting activities with the Legion get in the way of his work. promoting it. and Bogart. and he went on to appear in five others. the Legion takes action.[1] Black Legion was his film debut. such as the initiation oath and the confessions in the trial scenes. Taylor's friend. Frank breaks down and tells the truth. Ed Jackson (Dick Foran). joins the anti-immigrant Black Legion. Clifford Soubier was a broadcaster for NBC in Chicago.[2] Nevertheless. Taylor's neighbor. were based on known facts about the actual organization. Taylor and the Legion mount a torchlight raid and burn down the friend's chicken farm. As he is running away he is shot by Taylor. and the Legion threatens his wife and son to stop him from implicating the Legion in the crime. When he reports this to the leadership of the Legion. Bogart's breakthrough would have to wait for High Sierra in 1941. Dressed in black robes. in their standard fashion. Under the continued influence of the Legion. driving him out of town. however. Taylor becomes a brutal racist.[2] Black Legion drew praise from critics for its dramatization of a dark social phenomenon. did not give the film any special treatment. a secret white supremecist organization[2] portrayed as a northern chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. so that Taylor can take the job he believed was his. however. Once again. Frank Taylor (Humphrey Bogart). Flick as Nick Strumpas Francis Sayles as Charlie Paul Stanton as Barham Harry Hayden as Jones Egon Brecher as Old Man Dombrowski Erin O'Brien-Moore as Ruth Taylor • Cast notes • Before he turned to acting. the Ku Klux Klan sued Warner Bros. Warner Bros. ultimately. Warners.[2] 47 Plot When he is passed over for promotion in favor of a foreign-born friend. tries to counsel him. Grogan John Litel as Tommy Smith Henry Brandon as Joe Dombrowski Charles Halton as Osgood Pat C. and he is demoted in favor of Mike Grogan (Clifford Soubier). but.[4] Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Frank Taylor Dick Foran as Ed Jackson Ann Sheridan as Betty Grogan Helen Flint as Pearl Danvers Joe Sawyer as Cliff Summers Clifford Soubier as Mike Grogan Alonzo Price as Alf Hargrave Paul Harvey as Billings Dickie Jones as Buddy Taylor Samuel S. for patent infringement for the film's use of a patented Klan insignia.[1] A judge threw out the case. He starts drinking heavily and takes up with a loose woman (Helen Flint). but because American libel laws had recently been broadened in scope by court rulings. and a number of reviewers commented that Bogart's performance should lead to his becoming a major star.[5] . Taylor breaks down and exclaims "I didn't mean to shoot!".[3] Taylor is arrested for the murder. a white cross on a red background with a black square. a midwestern factory worker.

Paul. jsp?stid=68894& category=Notes) Tatara.com/title/title.com/work/85215) at Allmovie . oscars. com/ work/ black-legion-85215) TCM Full synopsis (http:/ / www. Wallis had wanted Edward G.imdb. com/ work/ black-legion-85215/ awards) External links • Black Legion (http://www. jsp?stid=68894) [7] IMDB Filming locations (http:/ / www. and wanted a "distinctly American looking actor to play [the] part. com/ tcmdb/ title. com/ tcmdb/ title.com/title/tt0027367/) at the Internet Movie Database • Black Legion (http://tcmdb. jsp?stid=68894& category=Full_Synopsis) Clifford Soubier (http:/ / www.[8] However the National Board of Review named Black Legion as the best film of 1937. imdb. but producer Robert Lord thought Robinson was too foreign looking. tcm. and Humprey Bogart as the best actor for his work in the film. jsp?curTime=1259857526859) on AMPAS website [9] Allmovie Awards (http:/ / allmovie.[1] [9] Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] TCM Notes (http:/ / www.jsp?stid=68894) at the TCM Movie Database • Black Legion (http://www. tcm. the Providencia Ranch in the Hollywood Hills and the Warner Ranch in Calabasas. jsp?stid=68894& category=Articles) Allmovie Plot synopsis (http:/ / allmovie.[7] Executive producer Hal B.[6] and location shooting took place in private homes in the Hollywood area. tcm. com/ title/ tt0027367/ locations) [8] 1937 (10th) (http:/ / awardsdatabase.Black Legion (film) 48 Production Black Legion went into production in late August 1936. tcm. org/ ampas_awards/ DisplayMain."[1] Awards and honors Robert Lord's original story received an Academy Award nomination in 1937.allmovie. Robinson to play the lead role. but lost to William Wellman and Robert Carson's story for A Star Is Born. imdb. com/ tcmdb/ title. com/ tcmdb/ title. "Black Legion" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. com/ name/ nm0815682/ ) at the Internet Movie Database TCM Overview (http:/ / www.

Warner Bros. and was one of Davis' most important early pictures. with part of her protest being the inferior quality of scripts she was expected to play. 1937 84 minutes United States English Marked Woman is a crime melodrama film released by Warner Bros. Jane Bryan. Set in the underworld of Manhattan. Although she lost the lawsuit. Miller (uncredited) Bette Davis Humphrey Bogart Score: Bernhard Kaun Heinz Roemheld David Raksin (all uncredited) Songs: Harry Warren Al Dubin Starring Music by Cinematography George Barnes Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jack Killifer Warner Bros. and Marked Woman was the first script she filmed upon returning to Hollywood. with featured performances by Lola Lane. Jack Warner was said to be equally pleased by the huge public reaction in favour of . Marked Woman tells the story of a woman who dares to stand up to one of the city's most powerful gangsters. Rosalind Marquis.Marked Woman 49 Marked Woman Marked Woman theatrical poster Directed by Written by Lloyd Bacon Michael Curtiz (uncredited) Robert Rossen Abem Finkel Seton I. April 10. she garnered considerable press coverage. It was directed by Lloyd Bacon. Davis had recently filed a lawsuit against Warners. Mayo Methot. Eduardo Ciannelli and Allen Jenkins. in 1937. She was reported to be very pleased with the script and the dramatic possibilities it afforded her. and stars Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart. The film was a major success for Warner Brothers. Isabel Jewell.

[1] 50 Background Despite the disclaimer at the beginning of the film that asserts that the story is fictitious. .Marked Woman Davis. When she is killed. by Vanning's henchman Charlie Delaney (Ben Welden). Beaten by his thugs. and unaware of the dangerous situation she has entered. Dewey's dramatic achievements led Hollywood film studios to make several films about his exploits. Mary's younger sister Betty (Jane Bryan) comes to visit. but Mary warns him that he is in real danger. Marked Woman was one of the most prominent. Cast Bette Davis as Mary. a nightclub hostess who works for the notorious gangster Johnny Vanning (Eduardo Ciannelli) briefly meets and befriends a young man (Damian O'Flynn) who confides in her that he does not have the money to repay the gambling debt he has accrued during the night. Dewey. They fear his retribution. Questioned by prosecutor David Graham (Humphrey Bogart). but rather than silencing her. Dewey indicted and convicted several prominent gangsters. but was forced to make alterations in the story. his greatest achievement was the conviction of Lucky Luciano. Co-stars Humphrey Bogart and Mayo Methot met on the set of Marked Woman and were married in 1938. it strengthens her resolve to testify. the other women agree to testify also. Dewey used the testimony of numerous call girls and madames to convict Luciano of being a pimp who ran one of the largest prostitution rings in American history. She is shocked. such as changing the women's profession from prostitutes to "nightclub hostesses". Warners purchased the rights to a Liberty series on Luciano. and two-time Republican Party presidential nominee in the 1940s. Mary and the other women refuse to implicate Vanning. is based on Dewey. and while privately detesting him are powerless to free themselves from his influence. Mary agrees to testify against the gangster. due to his fight against organized crime in New York City. scarred and disfigured. Aware that they can only be free of the gangster if they find the strength to stand against him. David Graham. she becomes the "marked woman" of the film's title. which he rightly predicted would increase the appeal and profitability of her films. behaves recklessly against the advice of her older sister. Humphrey Bogart's character. a District Attorney for Manhattan who became a national celebrity in the 1930s. the organized crime boss of the entire city. but not surprised to learn soon after that he has been murdered.[1] Plot Mary Dwight Stauber (Bette Davis). He feels that it's a game. because of censorship concerns. Marked Woman is loosely based on the real-life crimefighting exploits of Thomas E.

com/ tcmdb/ title. so on her lunch break she drove to her personal doctor.[3] [3] • Warners had originally cast Jane Wyman as "Florrie". who felt that he didn't look menacing enough – this despite the fact that Marks was a former gangster and henchman of Lucky Luciano. Wallis to tell him that Davis had been in an accident. described the injuries that the script called her character to have.[1] Awards and honors Bette Davis won the Venice Film Festival's Volpi Cup for Best Actress in 1937.[6] Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] TCM Notes (http:/ / www.[1] Production Marked Woman went into production on December 9. jsp?stid=2139& category=Articles) TCM Overview (http:/ / www. com/ tcmdb/ title. attracted the attention of executive producer Hal B.[2] • Hymie Marks. Davidson as Bob Crandall Kenneth Harlan as Eddie. com/ tcmdb/ title. Director Lloyd Bacon was nominated for the 1937 Mussolini Cup. a Sugar Daddy Lola Lane as Dorothy "Gabby" Marvin • Cast notes • Eduardo Ciannelli bears a physical resemblance to Lucky Luciano. allmovie.[1] When Davis was made-up for the scene in the hospital room. tcm. Margarita "Marked Woman" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. and had him bandage her accordingly. imdb. jsp?stid=2139) IMDB Filming locations (http:/ / www. tcm. studios in Burbank[5] under the working title "The Men Behind". tcm. she was unhappy with the minimal bandaging that had been used. 1936[4] at the Warner Bros. com/ title/ tt0029217/ awards) . who had been specifically cast by director Lloyd Bacon because of that connection. a guard at the gate saw her bandages and called executive producer Hal B.Marked Woman 51 • • • • • • • • Bette Davis as Mary Dwight Strauber Humphrey Bogart as David Graham Isabel Jewell as Emmy Lou Eagan Mayo Methot as Estelle Porter Eduardo Ciannelli as Johnny Vanning Rosalind Marquis as Florrie Liggett Jane Bryan as Betty Strauber • • • • • • • Allen Jenkins as Louie Damian O'Flynn as Ralph Krawford John Litel as Gordon Ben Welden as Charlie Delaney Henry O'Neill as District Attorney Arthur Sheldon Raymond Hatton as Vanning's Lawyer William B.[3] Warners re-released Marked Woman in 1947. com/ work/ 31508) Landazuri. jsp?stid=2139& category=Notes) Allmovie Overview (http:/ / www.[1] Director Michael Curtiz stood in for Lloyd Bacon while Bacon was on his honeymoon. com/ title/ tt0029217/ locations) IMDB Awards (http:/ / www. imdb. Wallis. When she returned to the studio. who played the bit part of a gangster named "Joe" in the film.

com/work/31508) at Allmovie Marked Woman (http://www.rottentomatoes.com/title/title.com/title/tt0029217/) at the Internet Movie Database Marked Woman (http://tcmdb.com/m/marked_woman/) at Rotten Tomatoes .Marked Woman 52 External links • • • • Marked Woman (http://www.allmovie.imdb.jsp?stid=2139) at the TCM Movie Database Marked Woman (http://www.

as The Wagons Roll at Night.A. Robinson Bette Davis Humphrey Bogart M. also with Bogart in 1941. Warner Seton I. It was also remade.K. and Humphrey Bogart. with a different setting. 1937 (premiere) 102 minutes U. . Pictures May 26. The film was remade in 1962 as an Elvis Presley musical. Robinson. The earlier version was re-titled The Battling Bellhop for television distribution in order to avoid confusion with the Presley remake. Miller Francis Wallace Edward G.Kid Galahad (1937 film) 53 Kid Galahad (1937 film) Kid Galahad Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Michael Curtiz Samuel Bischoff Hal B. Bette Davis. Wallis Jack L. English Kid Galahad is a 1937 prizefighter film starring Edward G.S. The movie was directed by Michael Curtiz. Jerome Jack Scholl Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Tony Gaudio Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language George Amy Warner Bros.

Complications soon emerge when both “Fluff. the playwright and screenwriter Lawrence Riley.Kid Galahad (1937 film) 54 Plot Ward Guidenberry (Wayne Morris) is a sweet and naïve young man. Soon. imdb. However. although uncredited. Robinson) is his tough talking manager.” Nick’girlfriend. External links • Kid Galahad [1] at the Internet Movie Database [2] • Kid Galahad at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. during his first night at work. Nick’sister. He is working as a bellhop so that he can save enough money to buy a farm. Infuriated. Although he initially views Galahad as a joke. 1975. a racketeer who sets up a fixed championship bout. contributed to Kid Galahad's screenplay. He attempts to use Galahad to retaliate against Turkey Morgan (Humphrey Bogart). Nick Donati (Edward G. he inadvertently becomes involved in a fight. while trying to protect “Fluff” Phillips (Bette Davis). Nick turns against his boxer… leading to a tragic conclusion. allmovie. and Marie Donati (Jane Bryan). fall in s s love with Galahad. Young Man). com/ work/ 27183 . he is part of the dangerous world of boxing and is called Kid Galahad. Cast • • • • • • • Edward G. he soon realizes that Galahad has potential. famous for his Broadway hit Personal Appearance (basis of Mae West's Go West. com/ title/ tt0029080/ [2] http:/ / www. Robinson as Nick Donati Bette Davis as Louise "Fluff" Phillips Humphrey Bogart as Turkey Morgan Wayne Morris as Ward Guisenberry Jane Bryan as Marie Donati Harry Carey as Silver Jackson Ben Welden as Buzz Barett Trivia According to his New York Times obituary of December 3.

San Quentin (1937 film) 55 San Quentin (1937 film) San Quentin Directed by Produced by Written by Music by Lloyd Bacon Jack Warner Hal Wallis Robert Tasker John Bright Leo Forbstein Cinematography Sidney Hickox Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget William Holmes Warner Bros. who becomes a guard at San Quentin State Prison. an inmate at the prison. imdb. August 7. Plot summary O'Brien plays ex-Army officer Captain Stephen 'Steve' Jameson. Humphrey Bogart and Ann Sheridan. drama film directed by Lloyd Bacon and starring Pat O'Brien. com/ title/ tt0029511/ . Red Kennedy. and Bogart plays her brother. 1937 70 minutes United States English $365. It was shot on location at San Quentin State Prison. Sheridan plays his girlfriend. May Kennedy.000 (estimated) San Quentin is a 1937 Warner Bros. External links • San Quentin [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www.

. It stars Humphrey Bogart.000 (est) Dead End is a 1937 crime drama film. It is an adaptation of the Sidney Kingsley 1935 Broadway play of the same name. 1937 (US) 93 minutes United States English $900. It is notable as being the first film appearance of the Dead End Kids.Dead End 56 Dead End Dead End Theatrical Poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring William Wyler Samuel Goldwyn Sidney Kingsley (play) Lillian Hellman (screenplay) Sylvia Sidney Joel McCrea Humphrey Bogart Wendy Barrie Claire Trevor Allen Jenkins Alfred Newman Music by Cinematography Gregg Toland Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Daniel Mandell United Artists August 27. Joel McCrea. and Sylvia Sidney.

He escapes the police and goes into hiding. When the boy's father tries to intervene. led by Tommy Gordon (Billy Halop). to the left are the luxury apartments and to the right are the slums. and Milty (Bernard Punsly). who on stage has a lame leg and is nicknamed "Gimpty. Kay Burton (Wendy Barrie). Members of the gang besides Tommy include. who has returned to the neighborhood to visit his mother and old girlfriend. Dippy (Huntz Hall). David. Spit (Leo Gorcey). . Film Version vs. rich stranger who will save her and Tommy from this miserable life of poverty and help prevent Tommy from growing up to be a mobster like Baby Face Martin (Humphrey Bogart). who is now a prostitute and "sick" (a coded reference to her suffering late term stages of syphilis). Tommy hears of Spit's betrayal and tries to give him the mark of the "squealer"." Gorcey wasn't one of the original kids. East Side Kid and Bowery Boy. Despondent over the failed visit. which is a knife wound across the cheek. Meanwhile. He agrees to use his reward money from Martin's slaying to pay for Tommy's defense. are a petty gang of street urchins who are already well onto a path to a life of crime. Spit is a bit malicious with a cruel streak and initially bullies the newcomer and takes his pocket change. who is recognized as being a member of the gang that attacked the rich kid's father. Dave Connell (Joel McCrea). Drina (Sylvia Sidney). Martin.Dead End 57 Plot In the filthy slums of New York. On stage. (Gabriel Dell). wealthy people have built luxury apartments there because of the view of the picturesque East River. Baby Face's old girlfriend Francie suffers from syphilis. Although Dave and Kay love each other. including Spit. the kids rough up a rich kid (Charles Peck) who lives in the apartments. Angel (Bobby Jordan). At the end of the street is a dock on the East River. along with his brother. filthy tenements. they know they can't be together because Dave cannot provide Kay with the kind of lifestyle she desires. Original Play Hollywood greatly muted the language and personae of the six kids as well as the general tone of the play. While they live in opulence. is an unemployed architect who currently works odd jobs. meanwhile. Tommy's sister. which is not made clear in the film. is rejected by his mother (Marjorie Main) and repulsed by his ex-girlfriend. left the production and was replaced by Gorcey. Gorcey went on to become the prototypical "Dead End" Kid. Charles Duncan. He started out on Broadway playing a member of another gang in the play The Second Avenue Gang. Dave tracks Martin down and kills him after a struggle. Drina's childhood friend. T. for example. Tommy winds up stabbing him in the hand. When the police arrive. who originally played Spit. Production Dead End was filmed from May 3 through July 8. Francie (Claire Trevor). The Dead End Kids. the new kid on the block in search of friends. Dave apprehends him and convinces him to turn himself in. dreams of marrying some dashing. he decides to kidnap the rich child for ransom to make the trip back worthwhile. his understudy. stalwart Joel McCrea as the hero Dave. He is having an affair with a rich man's mistress. Before he can do so. Tommy eventually lets Milty join the gang and turns out to be both a loyal and generous friend. However. The film also stars handsome. a crowd gathers. He exonerates himself by informing the police that it was Tommy who stabbed the man. the destitute and dirt poor live nearby in crowded. 1937.B.

which was and is at that location. Best Art Direction (Richard Day). . adjoining a luxury building that is obviously the River House. Horsley said of the River House: "Erected in 1931 when its area still teemed with tenements. The actual Dead End was the corner of East 53rd Street and the East River. however. Carter B. One can find traces of some of the locales in Dead End in that area. the pier and tenements are gone and the Dead End is now part of Sutton Place Park and Exit 11 of FDR Drive. Writing in the New York Times. DVD release The film was released on DVD on March 8. 'Dead End' that was Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Sidney Kingsley's play. In the movie. The River House at the end of East 53rd Street closely resembles the Griswalds' house in the play and movie." [1] Awards and honors It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Sutton Place South runs north from East 53rd Street at that corner. it was mocked in the famous and popular 1936 movie. which would place the location of the pier at approximately 50th Street in Manhattan. The producers of the play and movie made a painstaking effort to recreate that very area in the stage scenery. Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Gregg Toland) and Best Supporting Actress (Claire Trevor).Dead End 58 Counterparts in real life The stage directions to the play indicate that Rockefeller Center can be seen in the distance.[2] Re-release • The film was re-released in 1944. the location is made more definite as 53rd Street. 2005 by MGM.

His bosses send him to shiny Hollywood to investigate.hellmanwyler. He stakes his reputation on his mathematical calculations that show Colossal should turn a profit. Ivor Nassau (C. "Sex and Satan". and released by United Artists.have the power in Hollywood IV. Dodd. It opens with a shot of Wall Street and then cuts indoors to a banking firm whose executives are debating whether or not to accept an offer to sell "Colossal Studios". Thelma and Koslofski are doing so in conspiracy with a rival producer. who wants to acquire Colossal for its physical plot. Thelma Cheri (Marla Shelton). Henry Gordon). this starts out comically but soon the films outsider (Dodd) discovers an understandable side of Hollywood. Retrieved 2008-12-09. External links • Dead End (http://www. com/ sutton/ rivhouse.imdb. a fictional film studio on Poverty Row.com) Stand-In Stand-In (1937) is a Hollywood movie which shows the industry's own opinion on unions and the workers of Hollywood. but a strike in the film does represent union workers stereotypically II. and eccentric director Koslofski (Alan Mowbray) are running up costs on producer Douglas Quintain's (Humphrey Bogart) feature. com/ movie/ 12692/ Dead-End/ details). finish "Sex and Satan" in time to turn a profit and prevent the studio from being sold. produced by Walter Wanger. a radio commentator gives us (but not Dodd) the inside scoop: Colossal's star actress. html [2] "NY Times: Dead End" (http:/ / movies. thecityreview. It was directed by Tay Garnett. Resolution: The ties between capitalism and labour solve the problems .com/title/tt0028773/) at the Internet Movie Database • "Dead End" celebrated at Hellman Wyler Festival in Alabama (http://www. Atterbury Dodd: Hasn't anyone an answer for stupidity besides "that's the picture business"? Studio Employee: I'm sorry Mr. The films climax is reached when Dodd and Quintain work together to prevent a strike. nytimes. In Hollywood. Hollywood Hierarchy: Producers/director/lead actress . Masculinity: Thelma is humiliated and proposed to but only if she gives up acting III. Issues I. One of the films main objectives it to show Hollywood as judged by an outsider. but that's the only answer. The Silence: The film doesn't discuss Hollywood's taboo topic of unions. The studio hasn't been turning a profit but young hotshot Atterbury Dodd (Leslie Howard) advises the elderly bank trustees not to sell it.Dead End 59 References [1] http:/ / www. . NY Times. Plot The plot of Stand-In concerns the Wall Street takeovers of Hollywood studios that occurred during the Great Depression. Atterbury Dodd stumbles into this situation and meets Lester Plum (Joan Blondell) the loveable Hollywood stand-in who while helping Dodd understand the exciting new world of Hollywood also teaches him about love and the importance of others.

Stand-In 60 External links • Stand-In at Internet Movie Database [1] References [1] http:/ / imdb. com/ title/ tt0029605 .

English Crime School is a 1938 Warner Bros. He learns that Spike is the one who dealt the blow to the junkman and blackmails him. as well as romancing Sue Warren (Gale Page). Frankie's sister. Plot A junkman is attacked by the Dead End Kids (Frankie (Billy Halop). Squirt (Bobby Jordan). visits the school and finds that it is being mismanaged. The superintendent of the state reformatories. He fires four ex-convict guards. Cooper is afraid that Braden will learn of Morgan's illegal use of the food budget. Meanwhile. Morgan (Cy Kendall). is also fired. Spike (Leo Gorcey). Fats (Bernard Punsly). When the court cannot convince them to admit which one struck the damaging blow. which would implicate himself as well. He .) 86 min. film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring the Dead End Kids and Humphrey Bogart. May 28.Crime School 61 Crime School Crime School Crime School Theatrical Poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Lewis Seiler Bryan Foy Crane Wilbur Vincent Sherman Humphrey Bogart Gale Page Billy Halop Bobby Jordan Huntz Hall Leo Gorcey Bernard Punsly Gabriel Dell Max Steiner Music by Cinematography Arthur Todd Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Terry Morse Warner Bros. and Bugs (Gabriel Dell) and suffers a concussion.S. 1938 (U. the cruel warden. Braden runs the school himself and attempts to parole the kids. as a way of starting over. Goofy (Huntz Hall). they are all sent to reform school. Mark Braden (Humphrey Bogart). while retaining the head guard Cooper (Weldon Heyburn).

and the police arrive. The success of this film caused Warner to reconsider and they were rehired at a substantial raise. David and Brent Walker (1984). Hall.Crime School gets him to tell Frankie that Sue is being forced by Braden into paying for the special treatment that they have received. Although untrue. and Punsly were released from their contracts by Warner Brothers and they went on to make a film at Universal. it causes the kids to escape the school. The Films of The Bowery Boys.com/title/tt0030026/) at the Internet Movie Database . Dell. David and Brent Walker (1984). 2009. and their next. NJ: Citadel Press. Braden delivers evidence about Morgan's fraud.imdb. Angels with Dirty Faces. Little Tough Guy. Halop. 62 Background • As this was a Warner Bros. film and not a United Artists' film like Dead End. and he is then arrested. with their typeface also larger than Bogart's in posters and advertising. Cooper "discovers" that the kids have escaped and Morgan calls the press in order to discredit Braden and get him fired. they advertised the kids as 'The Crime School Kids' in this film. the name did not catch on and they remained 'The Dead End Kids'. NJ: Citadel Press. They confront Braden once outside and learn the truth. Once the kids are back at the school. Secaucus. Secaucus. However. [2] Hayes. Home media Warner Archives released the film on made to order DVD in the United States on August 4.[1] • Before the film was released.[2] • The Dead End Kids received top billing over Humphrey Bogart for Crime School. The Films of The Bowery Boys. External links • Crime School (http://www. References [1] Hayes.

Clitterhouse is a 1938 Warner Bros. Robinson Claire Trevor Humphrey Bogart Max Steiner Tony Gaudio Warren Low Warner Bros. Claire Trevor and Humphrey Bogart. crime film starring Edward G. .The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse Theatrical release poster by Tom Chantrell Directed by Produced by Written by Anatole Litvak Robert Lord Anatole Litvak Barré Lyndon John Wexley John Huston Edward G. which ran for three months on Broadway with Cedric Hardwicke[1] after playing in London. It was directed by Anatole Litvak and written by John Wexley and John Huston based on the first play written by short-story writer Barré Lyndon. Robinson. July 30. Clitterhouse 63 The Amazing Dr. 1938 87 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse The Amazing Dr.

Rocks tries to blackmail the doctor into continuing to plan the thefts. Producer Robert Lord originally wanted Ronald Colman to play the part of "Dr. Clitterhouse's real identity and shows up at his Park Avenue office. Clitterhouse. making him extremely resentful.[4] Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Edward G. since Lyndon retained control of them. he learns the name of the biggest fence in the city. but the studio had difficulty obtaining the movie rights even so. Carl Laemmle Jr. He goes to meet Keller to sell what he has stolen. the prosecuting attorney Thurston Hall as Grant Maxie Rosenbloom as Butch Burt Hanlon as Pat 'Pal' Curt Bois as Rabbit . Jo helps dispose of the body in the river. The doctor is ultimately caught by his friend Inspector Lane and placed on trial. Robinson as Dr.[1] . Afterwards."[2] The film was in production from late February to early April 1938 at Warner Bros. Clitterhouse Humphrey Bogart as 'Rocks' Valentine Claire Trevor as Jo Keller Allen Jenkins as Okay Donald Crisp as Police Inspector Lewis Lane Gale Page as Nurse Randolph Henry O'Neill as the judge John Litel as Mr. but yearns for a larger sample for his study. Monroe. Clitterhouse pretends to take a six week vacation in Europe. When they rob a fur warehouse. Clitterhouse announces he is quitting. He insists that he did everything for purely scientific reasons and claims that his book is a "sane book" and that it is "impossible for an insane man to write a sane book". Clitterhouse learns that Rocks will not let him publish his incriminating research. and he accepts. Paramount and MGM all bid for the rights.[3] Clitterhouse was only Anatole Litvak's second film for Warners. temperature and pulse before. Police Inspector Lewis Lane (Donald Crisp). From one of his patients.The Amazing Dr. His determination to show that he is sane. and Laemmle bought them for over $50. He then turned them around and sold them to Warners in return for the loan of Paul Muni for "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". but Clitterhouse is freed by a gang member Jo had assigned to keep watch on him.000. only to find out that "Joe" is actually "Jo" (Claire Trevor). He returns the gang to Rocks' control. so Jo invites him to join them. and therefore willing to face the death penalty. However. and his "vacation" time is up. measuring his own blood pressure. he has enough data from studying the gang during their robberies. but it is recovered and the poison is detected by the police. The Amazing Dr. Joe Keller. Clitterhouse. Clitterhouse is a wealthy society doctor in New York City who decides to research the medical aspects of the behavior of criminals directly by becoming one. Production Barré Lyndon's play. had been a success in London. studios in Burbank. and was produced on Broadway in association with Warner Bros. As "The Professor". he proceeds to wrest leadership of the gang (and the admiration of Jo) away from Rocks. He begins a series of daring jewel robberies. Dr. convinces the jury to find him not guilty by reason of insanity. a film that never got made. The doctor impresses Jo and a gang of thieves headed by 'Rocks' Valentine (Humphrey Bogart) with his exploits.. and also realizes that he has not studied the ultimate crime – murder – so he poisons Rocks' drink. Rocks learns Dr. during and afterwards. Rocks locks his rival in a cold storage room. Clitterhouse 64 Plot Dr.

com/title/title. Clitterhouse (http://www. Clitterhouse premiered in New York on 20 July.in 1947. has never been produced on American television.[4] Play vs. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title.allmovie. film Nearly all of the character names were changed when the play was filmed. com/ production. Clitterhouse • Ward Bond as Tug • Vladimir Sokoloff as Popus 'Poopus' • Billy Wayne as Candy Cast notes • Ronald Reagan's voice can be heard as a radio announcer. Clitterhouse (http://tcmdb. com/ tcmdb/ title. The review in Variety called it "an unquestionable winner" and said that "Robinson. tcm. 1957.is at his best" and "Bogart's interpretation of the gangster chief. Clitterhouse" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. jsp?stid=67187& category=Notes) TCM Overview (http:/ / www.. Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] IBDB The Amazing Dr. 65 Response The Amazing Dr. • Susan Hayward had a part in the film.The Amazing Dr.com/title/tt0029864/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Amazing Dr.imdb. 1938.is topflight. Clittterhouse (http:/ / ibdb. but her scenes were deleted..com/work/83592) at Allmovie . Clitterhouse (http://www. and was mostly well received. tcm. 1951.."[4] Humphrey Bogart later said that the role of "Rocks" Valentine was one of his least favorite.. and 1962. with all of its original character names intact. jsp?stid=67187) Paul Tatara "The Amazing Dr.jsp?stid=67187) at the TCM Movie Database • The Amazing Dr. a job that Reagan held before he started as a film actor. but the BBC has presented it on British television no less than four times . asp?ID=12203) TCM Notes (http:/ / www. jsp?stid=67187& category=Articles) External links • The Amazing Dr. com/ tcmdb/ title. • Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom was a boxer who converted his fame in the ring into a film career playing Runyonesque characters. The original play. and went in to general American release on 30 July.

Angels with Dirty Faces 66 Angels with Dirty Faces Angels with Dirty Faces Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Michael Curtiz Samuel Bischoff Rowland Brown John Wexley Warren Duff Ben Hecht (uncredited) Charles MacArthur (uncredited) James Cagney Pat O'Brien The Dead End Kids Humphrey Bogart Ann Sheridan George Bancroft Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Sol Polito Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Owen Marks Warner Bros. 1938 97 minutes United States English Angels with Dirty Faces is a 1938 American gangster film directed by Michael Curtiz and starring James Cagney. John Wexley and Warren Duff with uncredited assistance from Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. . the Dead End Kids and Humphrey Bogart. The film was written by Rowland Brown. Pictures November 24. along with Ann Sheridan and George Bancroft. Pat O'Brien.

(These boys were to star in Dead End Kids/East Side Kids/The Bowery Boys films). a crooked lawyer.Angels with Dirty Faces 67 Plot Rocky Sullivan (James Cagney) and Jerry Connolly (Pat O'Brien) are childhood friends who robbed a railroad car as kids. Angels with Dirty Faces was the sixth of nine feature films they would make together. as a child James Cagney and Pat O'Brien were great friends offscreen. Crabface (Huntz Hall).to die pretending to be a screaming. Patsy (Gabriel Dell).escaped. . as a boy • William Tracy as Jerome "Jerry" Connelly. and Jerry attempts to keep his former friend from corrupting them. Then Father Jerry asks them to say a prayer with him. Bim (Leo Gorcey). Rocky returns to his old neighborhood. and Keefer (George Bancroft). which would end the boys' idolization of him. Cast • James Cagney as Rocky Sullivan • Pat O'Brien as Fr. grows up to become a notorious gangster. while Jerry has become a priest. and insists he will be "tough" to the end. and Hunky (Bernard Punsly). Soapy (Billy Halop). The boys hear about what happened and decide he was a coward. "for a boy who couldn't run as fast as I could". after being sent to reform school. his pride. idolize Rocky. Rocky ignores his advice and Jerry gets the public's attention and informs them all of the crooked government. Rocky refuses. Rocky is then captured following an elaborate shootout in a building. and sentenced to die. Meanwhile Rocky gets involved with Frazier (Humphrey Bogart). Rocky saved Jerry's life during the chase by pulling him out of the way of a steam train while running from the guards that saw them. sniveling coward. They try to dispose of Rocky. Six of those boys. causing Frazier and Keefer to plot to kill him. Jerry Connolly • Humphrey Bogart as Jim Frazier • Ann Sheridan as Laury Martin • George Bancroft as Mac Keefer • Billy Halop as Soapy • Bobby Jordan as Swing • Leo Gorcey as Bim • Gabriel Dell as Pasty • Huntz Hall as Crab • Bernard Punsly as Hunky • Joe Downing as Steve • Edward Pawley as Edwards. guard • Adrian Morris as Blackie • Frankie Burke as William "Rocky" Sullivan. Rocky. where Jerry is running a home that intends to keep young boys away from a life of crime. as a boy • Marilyn Knowlden as Laury Martin. and not give up the one thing he has left. Jerry learns of these events and warns Rocky to leave before he informs the authorities. but he finds the record book that they keep where they list the bribes to city officials. At the very last moment he appears to change his mind and has to be dragged to the electric chair. Rocky overhears this plot and kills them to protect his childhood friend. Jerry visits him just before his execution and asks him to do him one last favor .who could run faster . but Jerry . Swing (Bobby Jordan). a shady businessman and municipal contractor. Rocky was then caught by the police.

• A 1993 episode of the British TV comedy Hale and Pace featured a seven-minute sketch parodying Angels with Dirty Faces. • Trip hop artist Tricky released an album named "Angels with Dirty Faces. And a Happy New Year". Bogart. Entitled Angels with Big Trousers. Adaptations to other media Angels With Dirty Faces was dramatized as a radio play on the May 22. Kevin uses the movies as an illusion to make others think that they were talking to Johnny. scenes from a sequel to that film. his trousers inflate with gas and he explodes. "Keep the change. however. Angels with Even Filthier Souls. Rocky's priest friend and a policeman). Johnny fires his Tommy gun before saying "Merry Christmas. and that he was shooting at them. In addition to crying and sniveling on his way to the electric chair. The sketch generally follows the plot of the movie. condensed and with some comedic differences. Shahrukh Khan was cast as Rocky in the movie aside Juhi Chawla in one of his early villain roles during his first years in Bollywood. Original Story. In the parody. Production When first offered the project. Cagney's agent was convinced that his star property would never consent to playing a role where he would be depicted as an abject coward being dragged to his execution. In popular culture • Warner Brothers created a 1939 cartoon that spoofed the movie called Thugs with Dirty Mugs'. In the sequel. for one. It took almost three years to complete. 1939 broadcast of Lux Radio Theater. • Ram Jaane is an Indian Bollywood remake of the movie in 1995. ya filthy animal." • In Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. In addition." . was very impressed by the death house scene and informed Cagney as such. ya filthy animal. the film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (James Cagney). Cagney. He saw it as a suitable vehicle to prove to critics and front office honchos that he had a broad acting range that extended far beyond tough guy roles.' • A parody of the film appears in Home Alone as Angels with Filthy Souls. the black-and-white faux-movie sketch featured Norman Pace playing "James Cagney as Rocky Pantaloon" and Gareth Hale playing "Somebody O'Brien as The Irishman" (Hale actually plays two Irishmen.Angels with Dirty Faces 68 Awards and honors James Cagney won the 1939 New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for his role. was enthusiastic about the chance to play Rocky. the gangster Johnny fires a lengthy machine gun salvo before remarking. Rocky suffers from extreme nervous flatulence and whilst on the chair. and it is implied that he and the priest had a homosexual relationship in their youth. Rocky Pantaloon is a gangster whose trademark is wearing enormous trousers. In the two movies. with James Cagney and Pat O'Brien reprising their film roles. Best Director and Best Writing.

Angels with Dirty Faces 69 References External links • Angels with Dirty Faces (http://www.com/title/tt0029870/) at the Internet Movie Database • Bibliography (http://film.com/film.php?filmid=1310) .virtual-history.imdb.

[1] Cast • • • • • • • • Fritz Feld as Mr. NY Times. .imdb. Retrieved 2010-11-28. nytimes.com/title/tt0030823/) at the Internet Movie Database . com/ movie/ 300662/ Swingtime-in-the-Movies/ details).Swingtime in the Movies 70 Swingtime in the Movies Swingtime in the Movies Directed by Written by Starring Crane Wilbur Crane Wilbur Fritz Feld Cinematography Wilfred M. External links • Swingtime in the Movies (http://www. Nitvitch Kathryn Kane as Joan Mason (as Katherine Kane) John Carroll as Rick Arden Charley Foy as Sammy Jerry Colonna as The Texas Tornado Helen Lynd as Lorna. Cline Editing by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Everett Dodd 1938 20 minutes United States English Swingtime in the Movies is a 1938 short comedy film directed by Crane Wilbur. an Actress Irene Franklin as Kate. It was nominated for an Academy Award in 1939 for Best Live Action Short Film. Two-Reel. Head Waitress Humphrey Bogart as Himself (uncredited) References [1] "New York Times: Swingtime in the Movies" (http:/ / movies.

Wallis Wally Kline Edward E. Pictures 3 March 1939 85 min English The Oklahoma Kid is a 1939 western film starring James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart. Paramore James Cagney Humphrey Bogart Rosemary Lane Max Steiner Stephen Foster Music by Cinematography James Wong Howe Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Language Owen Marks Warner Bros. by Lloyd Bacon. The film is often remembered for Cagney's character rubbing the thumb and forefinger of his hand together and exulting. Hal B. Cagney plays an adventurous gunslinger in a broad-brimmed cowboy hat while Bogart portrays his black-clad and viciously villainous nemesis. "Feel that air!" Cast • • • • • • • • • • James Cagney as Jim Kincaid (The Oklahoma Kid) Humphrey Bogart as Whip McCord Rosemary Lane as Jane Hardwick Donald Crisp as Judge Hardwick Harvey Stephens as Ned Kincaid Hugh Sothern as John Kincaid Charles Middleton as Alec Martin Edward Pawley as Ace Doolin Ward Bond as Wes Handley Lew Harvey as Ed Curley . The movie was directed for Warner Bros.The Oklahoma Kid 71 The Oklahoma Kid The Oklahoma Kid Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Lloyd Bacon Samuel Bischoff.

com/ m/ oklahoma_kid/ [2] http:/ / www.The Oklahoma Kid • Trevor Bardette as Indian Joe Pasco • John Miljan as Ringo (the lawyer) • Stuart Holmes as Grover Cleveland (uncredited) 72 External links • The Oklahoma Kid at RottenTomatoes [1] • The Oklahoma Kid [2] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. rottentomatoes. com/ title/ tt0031747/ . imdb.

Plot Judith Traherne (Bette Davis) is a young. The screenplay by Casey Robinson was based on the unsuccessful 1934 play of the same title by George Brewer and Bertram Bloch. Warner Bros. fast cars. She initially ignores severe headaches and brief episodes of dizziness and double vision. . but dismisses her symptoms. and too much smoking and drinking. carefree. her secretary/best friend Ann King (Geraldine Fitzgerald) insists she see the family doctor. Vermont. and then tumbles down a flight of stairs. Dr. April 22.Dark Victory 73 Dark Victory Dark Victory Poster promoting Oscar nominations Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Edmund Goulding Hal B. Steele convinces her the ailments she is experiencing are serious and potentially life-threatening. 1939 104 minutes United States English Dark Victory is a 1939 American drama film directed by Edmund Goulding. He reluctantly agrees to see Judith. who is cold and openly antagonistic toward him. where he plans to devote his time to brain cell research and scientific study on their growth. hedonistic Long Island socialite/heiress with a passion for horses. She shows signs of short-term memory loss. Wallis Casey Robinson Based on the play by George Brewer and Bertram Bloch Bette Davis George Brent Max Steiner Cinematography Ernest Haller Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language William Holmes Warner Bros. but when she uncharacteristically takes a spill while riding. who refers her to a specialist. and puts his career plans on hold to tend to her. Frederick Steele (George Brent) is in the midst of closing his New York City office in preparation of a move to Brattleboro.

She realizes she actually is losing her vision and approaching the end. Parsons Ronald Reagan as Alec Hamm Cora Witherspoon as Carrie Dorothy Peterson as Miss Wainwright Virginia Brissac as Martha Charles Richman as Colonel Mantle Herbert Rawlinson as Dr. Frederick Steele Geraldine Fitzgerald as Ann King Humphrey Bogart as Michael O'Leary Henry Travers as Dr. dignified. She and Judith are in the garden planting bulbs when Judith comments on how odd it is she still feels the heat of the sun under the rapidly darkening skies. confronts her about her unruly behavior and she confesses she is dying. O'Leary insists Challenger will never make a racehorse while Judith sees him as a future champion. all of them confirming Steele's prognosis. helps him pack and sends him off.shortly after experiencing total blindness. Assuming Steele was marrying her out of pity. Steele opts to keep the diagnosis a secret and assures Judith and Ann the surgery was a success. Carter Leonard Mudie as Dr. and Judith. Judith and Steele become involved romantically and eventually engaged. She apologizes to the film's trailer Steele. While helping his assistant pack the office prior to their departure for Vermont. Judith agrees to surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor. Driscoll Fay Helm as Miss Dodd Lottie Williams as Lucy . and her dogs farewell. (Throughout the film Judith and O'Leary engage in arguments about the prospects of a colt. and realizes she has less than a year to live. and just before her death O'Leary admits she was correct. and the two marry and move to Vermont. who admits the truth. Judith will pass away. lies down on her bed. One day. her housekeeper Martha (Virginia Brissac). 74 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bette Davis as Judith Traherne George Brent as Dr. In order to allow her a few more months of happiness. Ann comes to visit. We see her face and the image blurs to grey. Ann is suspicious and confronts Steele. she climbs the stairs. Judith discovers her case history file containing letters from several doctors.Dark Victory When diagnostic tests confirm his suspicions. Challenger. and with the man she loves.) Three months later. after bidding Ann. who for years has loved her from afar. Steele is scheduled to present his most recent medical findings (which hold out the long-term prospect of a cure for this type of cancer) in New York. Then. making an excuse to remain home. left to right) in happy. She agrees to remain silent. The end will be painless but swift . Steele discovers the tumor cannot be completely removed. Their conversation convinces her she should spend her final months Ronald Reagan and Bette Davis (center. her stablehand Michael O'Leary (Humphrey Bogart). Judith breaks off the engagement and reverts to her former lifestyle.

but Miss Fitzgerald has added a sentient and touching portrayal of the friend. naturally. The film itself lost the Academy Award for Best Picture to Gone with the Wind."[4] Variety called the film "intense drama" and "a nicely produced offering [with] Bette Davis in a powerful and impressive role. Selznick wanted to cast Greta Garbo in Dark Victory. CBS Radio's Hollywood On Stage aired a condensed 30 minute version starring Barbara Stanwyck and David Brian. has dominated — and quite properly — her film. claiming she was too sick to continue. Give Me Time for Tenderness" sung by Judith was written by Edmund Goulding and Elsie Janis. The mood is too poignant.. lost to Herbert Stothart for The Wizard of Oz. Frank S. 1952. The scene met with negative response with sneak preview audiences and was cut. Davis had recently ended affairs with William Wyler and Howard Hughes and her husband Ham Nelson had filed for divorce. Max Steiner. This once we must run the risk of being called a softy: we won't dismiss Dark Victory with a self-defensive sneer. Awards and nominations Bette Davis was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress but lost to Vivien Leigh in Gone with the Wind."[5] Time Out London critic Tom Milne writes: "[Davis] and [director Edmund] Goulding almost transform the soap into style. a heartless play upon tender hearts by a playwright and company well versed in the dramatic uses of going blind and improvising on Camille. Producer Hal Wallis responded. But it is impossible to be that cynical about it. Another scene for the ending was filmed but ultimately deemed anticlimactic and not used.[1] In 1935. Dark Victory was the eighth on-screen teaming of Bette Davis and George Brent. but Garbo chose to play the lead in Anna Karenina instead. Nugent observed: "A completely cynical appraisal would dismiss it all as emotional flim-flam.Dark Victory 75 Production Tallulah Bankhead starred as Judith Traherne in the 1934 Broadway production. who was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score for both this and Gone with the Wind. and after the first few days of filming she begged to be released from her contract.[2] The tune "Oh. and George Brent. which ran for 51 performances at the Plymouth Theatre.[7] . and her stablehand Michael (Humphrey Bogart) was shown crying. who had just divorced Ruth Chatterton."[6] The film was included at #32 in AFI's 100 Years. as the surgeon. her horse was seen winning a race. the performances too honest. 100 Passions. David O. The voice of Vera Van was dubbed for Davis..stay sick!" She found comfort with Brent. the craftsmanship too expert.[3] Reception In his review in the New York Times. After Judith's death. Adaptions On March 6. The film premiered at Radio City Music Hall. is — dare we say? — surprisingly self-contained and mature. and the two embarked on an affair that continued throughout filming and for a year after. Miss Davis. "I've seen the rushes . a Rolls-Royce of the weepie world.

tcm. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) Time Out London review (http:/ / www.com/title/title. timeout. Christopher Plummer. variety. nytimes.allmovie. it was remade under its original title as an NBC television movie starring Elizabeth Montgomery as television producer Katherine Merrill under the care of Dr. Time Out Film Guide 2009. asp?ID=10417) Dark Victory at Turner Classic Movies (http:/ / www. com/ movie/ review?res=9E03E7DE113CE73ABC4951DFB2668382629EDE) Variety review (http:/ / www. 2005 issue. portrayed by Anthony Hopkins. In 1952. References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] Dark Victory at the Internet Broadway Database (http:/ / www. the film was remade as Stolen Hours with Susan Hayward. cgi?ProgramName=Hollywood+ Sound+ Stage External links • Dark Victory (http://www.Dark Victory 76 Remakes In 1963. Michael Grant. jsp?stid=586& category=Articles) DVD audio commentary by film historian James Ursini and CNN film critic Paul Clinton. the film was remade under its original title for a TV adaptation for the Broadway Television Theatre starring Sylvia Sidney. p242 [7] http:/ / radiogoldindex. com/ review/ VE1117790247. ibdb.com/work/1:12394) at Allmovie . 2008.jsp?stid=586) at the TCM Movie Database • Dark Victory (http://www. The time frame was updated and the locale changed to England. Warner Home Video New York Times review (http:/ / movies. com/ film/ reviews/ 64988/ dark-victory.com/title/tt0031210/) at the Internet Movie Database • Dark Victory (http://tcmdb. London: Time Out Group.imdb. com/ cgi-local/ p2. com/ production. html). and Ian Keith. In 1976. com/ tcmdb/ title.

[4] . and written by Jerry Wald. The movie was directed by Raoul Walsh. see Roaring Twenties and 1920s. The Roaring Twenties was the last film that Cagney and Bogart made together. a columnist who had been hired by Jack Warner to write screenplays. Richard Macaulay and Robert Rossen based on the story "The World Moves On" by Mark Hellinger. Wallis Mark Hellinger (story) Jerry Wald Richard Macaulay Robert Rossen James Cagney Priscilla Lane Humphrey Bogart Gladys George Ray Heindorf Heinz Roemheld (both uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Ernest Haller Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jack Killifer Warner Bros. Humphrey Bogart and Gladys George.The Roaring Twenties 77 The Roaring Twenties For the time period. The Roaring Twenties is based on "The World Moves On. Priscilla Lane. 1939 104 minutes United States English The Roaring Twenties is a 1939 crime thriller starring James Cagney.[1] The movie is hailed as a classic in the gangster movie genre." a short story by Mark Hellinger.[2] [3] and considered a "homage" to the classic gangster movie of the early 1930s. October 23. The Roaring Twenties theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Raoul Walsh Hal B.

Eddie adamantly protests and after talking to Jean again. They also meet Hart again who has turned into a successful lawyer. George Hally (Humphrey Bogart) and Lloyd Hart (Jeffrey Lynn). so he's stand-offish at first. runs a little ways. she informs the officer. "He used to be a big shot.. and then dramatically collapses on the steps of a church. knocks over a mail box. While naive Eddie (he orders milk at a speakeasy) is pulled into the boot-legging business by Panama Smith (Gladys George). Due to a bad business deal with Hally however (as well as the stock market crash). redeeming himself. This results in a shootout in which Eddie kills Hally {"Here's one rap ya' won't beat. He falls hard for Jean. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • James Cagney as Eddie Bartlett Priscilla Lane as Jean Sherman Humphrey Bogart as George Hally Gladys George as Panama Smith Jeffrey Lynn as Lloyd Hart Frank McHugh as Danny Green George Meeker as Harold Masters Paul Kelly as Nick Brown Elisabeth Risdon as Mrs.. as well as meeting Jean and Lloyd's four-year old son.". Sherman Ed Keane as Henderson Joe Sawyer as The sergeant Joseph Crehan as Michaels . they agree to work together (as Hally is also in bootlegging). But after talking. a girl he formerly spoke to during the war while she was in high school now working at a nightclub. only days after the 21st Amendment brought an end to the Prohibition era. Eddie Bartlett returns home from the war only to find his old job at a car shop is occupied. After running outside. goes to Hally's house to convince him not to bump Hart off. Quite by chance."} and some of his men. But when Bartlett runs into Hally on a boat raid. he remeets Jean Sherman (Priscilla Lane). Panama runs to him and after being interviewed by a cop whilst she cradles Eddie's lifeless body. Following World War 1.The Roaring Twenties 78 Plot The film follows three men who meet in a foxhole during the waning days of World War I: Eddie Bartlett (James Cagney). one day Jean steps into Eddie's cab. But. She is an undiscovered star that Eddie generally takes under his wing. and depicts their trials and tribulations from the Armistice through the passage of the 18th Amendment leading to the Prohibition period of the 1920s and the violence which erupted due to it all the way through the 1929 crash of the stock market to its conclusion at the end of 1933. after talking to Hally again. not knowing Eddie has a thing for her. he is shot in the back by another cohort. Jean and Eddie agree to be friends and leave it at that... Eddie's bootlegging empire crumbles and he's back to driving cabs and having hangovers. Eddie learns Hally is going to murder Hart because he "knows too much". Eddie is now angry at her for leaving him for Hart and marrying him.

Andrea (1996). com/ books?id=dwf5SUcfousC& pg=PA112). James Cagney and Jeffrey Lynn [3] Schatz. Crime wave: the filmgoers' guide to the great crime movies (http:/ / books. 30.imdb. Eric Lax (2006). 112. com/ books?id=2arX5Mr-brgC& pg=PA30).com/work/41622) at Allmovie .com/title/title. I.jsp?stid=88457) at the TCM Movie Database • The Roaring Twenties (http://www. google.allmovie. External links • The Roaring Twenties (http://www. . Simon and Schuster. com/ books?id=8mFZAAAAMAAJ& q="The+ Roaring+ Twenties"+ cagney& dq="The+ Roaring+ Twenties"+ cagney& lr=& client=firefox-a).. ISBN 9780520221307. google. Ann M. William Morrow.The Roaring Twenties 79 Reception In 2009 Empire Magazine named it #1 in a poll of the 20 Greatest Gangster Movies You've Never Seen* (*Probably) References [1] Sperber. 119. 10–11. p. Eric Lax (1997). Thomas (1999). Bogart (http:/ / books. Boom and bust: American cinema in the 1940s (http:/ / books. Seen that. .com/title/tt0031867/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Roaring Twenties (http://tcmdb. Humphrey Bogart. pp. ISBN 9780684800110. U of California P. Tauris. google. ISBN 9780688075392. . now what?: the ultimate guide to finding the video you really want to watch. ISBN 9781845112196. [2] Shaw. p. p.B. Howard. [4] Hughes.

Despite supposedly being a sequel to Doctor X (1933).The Return of Doctor X 80 The Return of Doctor X The Return of Doctor X Directed by Produced by Vincent Sherman Bryan Foy Hal B. Makin (story) Wayne Morris Rosemary Lane Humphrey Bogart Bernhard Kaun (uncredited) Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Sidney Hickox Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. they confront Flegg. This was Bogart's only science fiction or horror film. Swing Your Lady. Makin. Marshall Quesne (Humphrey Bogart) and the late Dr. Francis Flegg (John Litel). 1939 62 minutes United States English The Return of Doctor X (also billed as The Return of Dr. hemotologist Dr. Warner Bros. He never liked to talk about this film or another film of this period. also produced by Warner Brothers. Flegg admits that he used scientific methods to bring Xavier back from the . the films are unrelated. Maurice Xavier. Plot A pair of bizarre murders occur wherein the victims are drained of their rare blood type. December 2. Mike Rhodes (Dennis Morgan) which leads them to Rhode's former mentor. Rosemary Lane. both of which he felt were among his worst. It was based on the short story "The Doctor's Secret" by William J. X) is a 1939 American science fiction-horror film directed by Vincent Sherman and starring Wayne Morris. and Humphrey Bogart as the title character. Flegg is initially unhelpful but when Garrett and Rhodes notice a striking resemblance between Flegg's strange assistant. Wallis (uncredited executive producer) Jack Warner (uncredited executive producer) Lee Katz William J. Reporter Walter Garrett (Wayne Morris) consults with his friend Dr.

imdb. Francis Flegg Lya Lys as Angela Merrova Huntz Hall as Pinky External links • The Return of Doctor X [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Return of Doctor X [2] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / tcmdb.a. com/ title/ tt0031851/ . However.The Return of Doctor X grave and employed a synthetic blood formula to sustain his life. jsp?stid=88045 [2] http:/ / www. Marshall Quesne Dennis Morgan as Dr. Maurice Xavier. 81 Cast • • • • • • • Wayne Morris as Walter Garrett (Barnett in the on-screen credits) Rosemary Lane as Joan Vance Humphrey Bogart as Dr. com/ title/ title. therefore. Quesne/Xavier must seek out human victims with a rare blood type featured in the formula in order stay alive.k. Mike Rhodes John Litel as Dr. the formula is unstable. a.

as adapted by Jonathan Finn. The screenplay by Warren Duff was based on the novel of the same name by Warden Lewis E. 30 December 1939 81 minutes United States English Invisible Stripes is a 1939 Warner Bros. Lawes (novel) Jonathan Finn (story) Warren Duff (screenplay) George Raft Jane Bryan William Holden Humphrey Bogart Heinz Roemheld Starring Music by Cinematography Ernest Haller Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language James Gibbon Warner Bros. a fervent crusader for prison reform. Lawes. George Raft in the trailer . crime film about a gangster (George Raft) unable to go straight after returning home from prison. Warner Lewis E. The movie was directed by Lloyd Bacon and also features William Holden and Humphrey Bogart.Invisible Stripes 82 Invisible Stripes Invisible Stripes theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Lloyd Bacon Hal B. Wallis Jack L.

Taylor Henry O'Neill as Parole Officer Masters Paul Kelly as Ed Kruger Lee Patrick as Molly Daniels Marc Lawrence as Lefty Sloan Joe Downing as Johnny Hudson Tully Marshall as Old Peter Margot Stevenson as Sue Joseph Crehan as Mr. most of the action being paroled to the outside in the capable custody of George Raft. a mere graduating exercise at the beginning: good behavior. Johnson Frankie Thomas as Tommy McNeill William Haade as Shrank Cast notes: • Leo Gorcey. no bullying guards. "Let us hasten in all gratitude to add that "Invisible Stripes" is a prison picture in which the stripes are much less visible than usual. who would later become known for playing "Slip Mahoney" in the Bowery Boys series of films. William Holden and Humphrey Bogart. There are no jute mill scenes. has a small part as the head stockroom boy. His brother Tim (William Holden) follows in his older brother's footsteps and joins up with Charles Martin's (Humphrey Bogart) gang in an attempt to support himself and his girlfriend Peggy (Jane Bryan). maybe.[1] Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • George Raft as Cliff Taylor Jane Bryan as Peggy William Holden as Tim Taylor Humphrey Bogart as Charles Martin Flora Robson as Mrs. he finds it hard to find and hold a job because of his criminal past. but since being released from prison on parole."[2] A New York Times review from 1940 commented about the unusual lack of prison scenes in the movie.Invisible Stripes 83 Plot Cliff Taylor (George Raft) is an ex-con who wants to go straight. we don't understand why they've suddenly commuted our sentence from the customary duration of the picture to a brief prison [3] prelude. no big prison break sequence. in fact." . Jane Bryan. Butler John Hamilton as Police Capt. Critical reaction Time Out Film Guide calls Invisible Stripes "A thoroughly predictable tale of the tribulations of an ex-con. Chasen Chester Clute as Mr.

timeout.jsp?stid=79374) at the TCM Movie Database • Invisible Stripes (http://www. html) [3] New York Times review (http:/ / movies. dll?p=avg& sql=1:96709) [2] Time Out Film Guide review (http:/ / www. com/ cg/ avg. com/ movie/ review?res=9C00EEDE113EE23ABC4B52DFB766838B659EDE). January 13. allmovie.com/title/title.imdb.com/work/96709) at Allmovie . nytimes.com/title/tt0032636/) at the Internet Movie Database • Invisible Stripes (http://tcmdb. 1940 External links • Invisible Stripes (http://www.allmovie. com/ film/ reviews/ 76161/ invisible-stripes.Invisible Stripes 84 Notes [1] Allmovie Overview (http:/ / www.

May 16. Vance Irby (Randolph Scott) — but not before learning that the rebels plan to smuggle five million dollars in gold from Virginia City. Bradford reports to Union headquarters and is immediately sent to Virginia City. 1940 121 minutes United States English Virginia City is a 1940 black-and-white movie starring Errol Flynn. he meets and falls in love with the elegant Julia Hayne (Miriam Hopkins). Miriam Hopkins. from which Union officer Kerry Bradford (Errol Flynn) stages a daring escape under the nose of the prison's warden. Plot The action begins in a Confederate prison. who unbeknownst to him is in fact a dance-hall girl — and a rebel spy! Also on the stagecoach is a mysterious gun salesman (Humphrey Bogart) who quickly reveals himself as . Wallis (executive producer) Robert Buckner (play) Howard Koch (uncredited) Norman Reilly Raine (uncredited) Errol Flynn Miriam Hopkins Randolph Scott Humphrey Bogart Frank McHugh Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Sol Polito Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language George Amy Warner Bros. The film premiered in its namesake. from which it can be shipped to Richmond to aid the Confederate war effort. to determine where the gold is being kept. and featuring a mustachioed Humphrey Bogart in the role of the real-life outlaw John Murrell. and Randolph Scott. Virginia City. who also directed such film classics as The Adventures of Robin Hood and Casablanca. The film was directed by Michael Curtiz. Nevada (in Union territory). On the stagecoach. to Texas. Nevada.Virginia City (film) 85 Virginia City (film) Virginia City Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Michael Curtiz Hal B.

and in the confusion Bradford escapes. Murrell himself escapes by leaping into a river. When the major and his men arrive in the morning in time to crush the bandits' renewed attack. Generals Lee and Grant are meeting at Appomattox Courthouse to end the war. and the unforgiving terrain). looking for a man to set his broken arm. where the wagons are stopped and searched. Irby is wounded in the fight. The train continues toward Texas. leader of a gang of bandidos. While the soldiers' backs are turned. He is brought up in a court-martial. Irby's rebels will be able to smuggle the gold out in the false bottoms of their wagons. Bradford follows Irby to the rebels' hideout. that Bradford is in town. Pursued closely by Irby and his men.000 to perform a small service: Murrell's bandidos will attack the garrison. with charity for all. However. while Bradford sends a telegraph to the garrison. and in a symbol of the reconciliation between North and South. The rebels. and. he rides his horse down a steep incline and ends up somersaulting down the hill. when Bradford and his small force arrive. still it belongs to the South. 1865.) The rebels' wagon train reaches a Union outpost. (Irby.." 86 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Errol Flynn as Captain Kerry Bradford Miriam Hopkins as Julia Hayne Randolph Scott as Captain Vance Irby Humphrey Bogart as John Murrell Frank McHugh as Mr. is too honorable to simply shoot Bradford on the spot. as a man. but Bradford's superior military skills and the rebels' long guns drive off the bandits. The wagons are circled in a canyon. Nevertheless. As the war is over. Irby offers Murrell $10. The Union garrison is called out to patrol the streets. and the rebels and their gold seem to be lost. where he defends his actions by explaining that while. behind a false wall in a blacksmiths' shop. But first Irby needs to take care of Bradford: He uses Julia to arrange a meeting between the two men. leave him for dead. not satisfied with $10.. privation. so the pursuit falls ever further behind the rebels (who are themselves fighting thirst. The skittish rebels start a firefight. Meanwhile. forcing the Union soldiers in the streets to come to its defense. and then takes Bradford prisoner. the court finds him guilty of high treason and sentences him to death on April 9.. But Bradford gets the drop on him and his gang is sent away empty-handed. but the gold is moved before he can discover it. Bradford takes the gold from the wagons and buries it in the canyon with the help of two kegs of gunpowder. who has been sent to manage the gold-smuggling operation. Julia gives Bradford the slip and heads off to warn Irby. and the film ends with Lincoln's voiceover quoting from his second inaugural address: "With malice toward none. at this point Murrell and his bandidos return. Irby happens to be meeting with the sympathetic town doctor when Murrell shows up. so as to catch any wagons trying to leave town. Bradford denies the gold ever existed. and does not take kindly to advice. The major in charge of the garrison (Douglass Dumbrille) is not as adept as Bradford in anticipating Irby's tactics. That night. as a soldier. Lincoln gladly pardons Bradford. Once the stage has reached Virginia City.000 when there are better pickings to be had.Virginia City (film) the legendary John Murrell. intending to return him to prison. But on the day before Bradford's scheduled execution. he knows the gold might be used to end the war sooner. Upjohn Alan Hale as Olaf 'Moose' Swenson Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as 'Marblehead' John Litel as Thomas Marshall Douglass Dumbrille as Major Drewery (as Douglas Dumbrille) Moroni Olsen as Dr. Julia meets with the President (Victor Kilian. seen only in his silhouette cast on a piece of paper) and pleads for his life. Lincoln reveals that at that very moment. he would rather it go to rebuild the South's shattered economy and wounded honor after the war. knowing that in the morning both Murrell's men and the mass of the Union garrison will arrive. not wishing to follow. of course. Robert Cameron .

imdb. allmovie. com/ title/ title. com/ work/ 1:52859 . External links • Virginia City [1] at Turner Classic Movies • Virginia City [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Virginia City (film) [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www.Virginia City (film) • • • • • • Russell Hicks as John Armistead Dickie Jones as Cobby Gill Frank Wilcox as Union Outpost Soldier Russell Simpson as Frank Gaylord Victor Kilian as Abraham Lincoln Charles Middleton as Jefferson Davis 87 Trivia Miriam Hopkins was cast in the role of Julia Hayne after Olivia de Havilland turned down the part. com/ title/ tt0033226/ [3] http:/ / www. The movie became one of Hopkins's most successful films. tcmdb. jsp?stid=1409 [2] http:/ / www.

1940 Running time Country Language 97 minutes United States English It All Came True is a 1940 comedy film. Van Diver Howard C. Warner Bros.[1] [2] It stars Humphrey Bogart as a gangster who hides from the police in a boarding house. "Doc" Roberts Grant Mitchell as Mr. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Ann Sheridan as Sarah Jane Ryan Jeffrey Lynn as Tommy Taylor Humphrey Bogart as Grasselli / Chips Maguire Zasu Pitts as Miss Flint Una O'Connor as Maggie Ryan Jessie Busley as Mrs. Costar Ann Sheridan introduced the hit song "Angel in Disguise". Nora Taylor John Litel as Mr. Prendergast . Starring Studio Distributed by Release date(s) April 6. Rene Salmon Felix Bressart as The Great Boldini Charles Judels as Henri Pepi de Bordeaux Brandon Tynan as Mr.It All Came True 88 It All Came True It All Came True Film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Lewis Seiler Mark Hellinger Louis Bromfield (story) Michael Fessier Lawrence Kimble Delmer Daves (uncredited) Ann Sheridan Jeffrey Lynn Humphrey Bogart Warner Bros. Hickman as Mr.

1940. External links • It All Came True (http://www.jsp?stid=233) at the TCM Movie Database • It All Came True (http://www. April 6.com/title/tt0032643/) at the Internet Movie Database • It All Came True (http://tcmdb. [2] Harrison's Reports film review. page 14. page 54. April 10.com/work/96842) at Allmovie .imdb. 1940.allmovie.com/title/title.It All Came True • • • • • • Herb Vigran as Monks (as Herbert Vigran) Tommy Reilly as Performer The Elderbloom Chorus as Group Performers Bender and Daum as Performing Duo White and Stanley as Performing Duo The Lady Killer's Quartet as Singing Quartet 89 Notes [1] Variety film review.

Brother Orchid 90 Brother Orchid Brother Orchid Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Lloyd Bacon Hal B. 1940 (NYC) June 8. based on a story by Richard Connell originally published in Collier's Magazine on May 21. Robinson. Wallis Mark Hellinger Richard Connell (story) Earl Baldwin Uncredited: Jerry Wald Richard Macaulay Edward G. Robinson Ann Sothern Humphrey Bogart Heinz Roemheld Starring Music by Cinematography Tony Gaudio Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language William Holmes Warner Bros. Ralph Bellamy and Allen Jenkins. The film was written by Earl Baldwin. 1938. Ann Sothern and Humphrey Bogart. It stars Edward G. with uncredited contributions from Jerry Wald and Richard Macauley. 1940 (US) 80 minutes United States English Brother Orchid is a 1940 crime/comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon.[1] . June 7. with featured performances by Donald Crisp.

Then. The only ones who remain loyal to Sarto are his girlfriend Flo Addams (Ann Sothern) and Willie "the Knife" Corson (Allen Jenkins). Brown as Brother Wren Cecil Kellaway as Brother Goodwin Morgan Conway as Philadelphia Powell Richard Lane as Mugsy O'Day Paul Guilfoyle as Red Martin Cast notes • James Cagney was originally intended to play the lead role. head of production Jack Warner to have Ann Southern cast in the part. getting Flo to lure Sarto to a tavern without telling him why. Buck sees his chance. Sarto Ann Sothern as Florence Addams Humphrey Bogart as Jack Buck Donald Crisp as Brother Superior Ralph Bellamy as Clarence P. but Sarto has a good idea where he is. Sarto breaks the news to Brother Superior that he is leaving. good-natured admirer. believing Flo has double crossed him. naming himself "Brother Orchid". she brings along a strong. but is shot several times. He manages to make his way to the Floracian monastery. Sarto is taken for a ride. run by Brother Superior (Donald Crisp). just in case. At first. Sarto pays a visit to the association and a brawl breaks out. but the kindness and simple life of the brothers begins to change his opinion. When the police arrive. Buck is hiding out from the police. mid-western rancher Clarence P. he treats it as a joke. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Edward G. but producer Mark Hellinger appealed directly to Warner Bros. Robinson) retires suddenly. Then Sarto sees a newspaper announcement that Flo is going to marry Clarence. Finding it a good place to hide out. Fletcher (Ralph Bellamy). but he is knocked out by Buck's men. However. Fletcher Allen Jenkins as Willie "the Knife" Corson Charles D.Brother Orchid 91 Plot Crime boss Little John Sarto (Edward G. He decides to return home and take back his gang. Reinforced by Clarence and some of his friends from Montana. Sarto escapes. Sarto signs up as a novice. Sarto is repeatedly swindled and finally loses all his money. The "protective association" run by Buck bans flower growers that do not pay for its services. Sarto presents them with Buck and his men. she proves she did not betray him and agrees to break up with Clarence. but Buck has him thrown out of his office. giving leadership of his gang to Jack Buck (Humphrey Bogart). where he has finally found "real class". calling the monks the "biggest chumps in the world". he gives up Flo to Clarence and returns to the monastery. After Flo gets over the shock of seeing Sarto alive. He agrees. Flo is not totally fooled. Robinson as "Little" John T. When Flo tries to get Buck to reconcile with Sarto. as if nothing has changed after five years. while he leaves for a tour of Europe to acquire "class". Sarto raises a new gang and starts encroaching on Buck's territory. He rides into the city with Brother Superior when he goes to sell the flowers that provide the monastery's meager income.[2] • Producer Hal Wallis wanted Lee Patrick to play the role of Flo. but then learns that the flowers have not been sold.[3] .

jsp?stid=594& category=Screenplay_Info) TCM Notes (http:/ / www. The others were Bullets or Ballots (1936).imdb. Kid Galahad (1937).com/title/tt0032285/) at the Internet Movie Database • Brother Orchid (http://tcmdb. tcm.allmovie. The Amazing Dr. allmovie. jsp?stid=594& category=Articles) Allmovie Overview (http:/ / www. Robinson was attempting to expand the kind of roles he played. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart made together.com/title/title. com/ tcmdb/ title. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title.Brother Orchid • At the time that the film was made. com/ work/ 7248) External links • Brother Orchid (http://www. Clitterhouse (1938) and Key Largo (1948). tcm.[4] • Brother Orchid is one of five films that Edward G. having gotten bored with playing gangsters. He agreed to play the lead in Brother Orchid in return for being cast in the historical drama A Dispatch from Reuter's.com/work/7248) at Allmovie .jsp?stid=594) at the TCM Movie Database • Brother Orchid (http://www. Rob "Brother Orchid" (TCM article} (http:/ / www.[3] 92 Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] TCM Screenplay info (http:/ / www. com/ tcmdb/ title. jsp?stid=594& category=Notes) Nixon.

1940 (United States) 95 minutes United States English They Drive by Night (1940) is a black-and-white film noir starring George Raft. I. Bezzerides George Raft Ann Sheridan Ida Lupino Humphrey Bogart Adolph Deutsch Music by Cinematography Arthur Edeson Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. They Drive by Night Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on Starring Raoul Walsh Mark Hellinger Jerry Wald Richard Macaulay Novel: The Long Haul by A. July 27. I. Ann Sheridan.They Drive by Night 93 They Drive by Night For the 1938 British film.[1] . The picture involves a pair of embattled truck drivers and was released in the UK under the title The Road to Frisco. which was later reprinted under the title They Drive by Night to capitalize on the success of the film. see They Drive by Night (1938 film). Bezzerides' novel The Long Haul. The film was based on A. and Humphrey Bogart. Ida Lupino. and directed by Raoul Walsh.

noiroftheweek."[3] References [1] They Drive by Night (http:/ / www. writing."[2] The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 94% of critics gave the film a positive review. com/ title/ tt0033149/ ) at the Internet Movie Database [2] Crowther. imdb. Paul eventually gets over his self pity and returns to work after Joe is made partner of the company. Raft modestly remarks of his breed. Carlsen Roscoe Karns as 'Irish' McGurn John Litel as Harry McNamara George Tobias as George Rondolos Reception When the film was released. eventually. Bosley Crowther. the wife of trucking executive Ed Carlsen (Alan Hale. Joe accepts but turns away from Lana's sexual advances and says he plans to marry Cassie. nytimes. Meanwhile Joe is romancing a local waitress Cassie (Ann Sheridan). 2011. [3] They Drive by Night (http:/ / www.com/watch?v=cdM5gW2LTAc) film trailer at You Tube • They Drive by Night (http://www. As Mr.They Drive by Night 94 Plot Joe (Raft) and Paul Fabrini (Bogart) are Wildcat or.imdb. film review.com/2008/04/they-drive-by-night-1940. 1940. The New York Times. Initially bitter. but is being seduced by Lana Carlsen (Ida Lupino). rivals and loan collectors. now in love with Joe. They Drive By Night still offers an entertaining ride. Last accessed: February 27. gave the film a positive review. 2011. independent truck drivers who have their own small one truck business. based on 17 reviews. She then offers Joe one half interest as a partner in Carlsen's organization.html) at Film Noir of the Week by film author Stone Wallace . while trying to make a success of their transport company. "But for fanciers of hard-boiled cinema. Lana. com/ movie/ review?res=9C0DEFDB1E3CE73ABC4F51DFB166838B659EDE).youtube. murders her husband and makes it look like an accident. External links • They Drive by Night (http://www. the tide turns when Lana becomes hysterical on the witness stand and breaks down and confesses everything. The Fabrini boys constantly battle distributors. Sr.com/title/tt0033149/) at the Internet Movie Database • They Drive by Night (http://www. com/ m/ 1021214-they_drive_by_night/ ) at Rotten Tomatoes. now as a dispatcher for the Fabrinis' company. The case is dismissed because the only witness (Lana) is insane and Joe reunites with Cassie.). Overworked Paul falls asleep at the wheel causing an accident that costs him his right arm. The New York Times film critic. Bosley (http:/ / movies. Last accessed: February 27. This enrages Lana who then accuses Joe of plotting Carlsen's murder. July 27. However. rottentomatoes. too.' That goes for the picture. 'We're tougher than any truck ever come off an assembly line. Cast • • • • • • • • • George Raft as Joe Fabrini Ann Sheridan as Cassie Hartley Ida Lupino as Lana Carlsen Humphrey Bogart as Paul Fabrini Gale Page as Pearl Fabrini Alan Hale as Ed J.

as the authorities pursue Bogart's character. especially in the climactic final scenes. Burnett Screenplay: John Huston W. The movie features Ida Lupino and Humphrey Bogart and was directed by Raoul Walsh on location at Whitney Portal. from Lone Pine up to the foot of the mountain.[2] The film cemented a strong personal and professional connection between Bogart and Huston. John Huston.R. Little Caesar and Scarface).R. January 21. Burnett Ida Lupino Humphrey Bogart Alan Curtis Arthur Kennedy Adolph Deutsch Starring Music by Cinematography Tony Gaudio Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jack Killifer Warner Bros. Burnett (also known for. halfway up Mount Whitney. 1941 (U. among others. gangster "Mad Dog" Roy Earle.R.A.S.[1] The screenplay was co-written by Bogart's friend and drinking partner. Burnett and John Huston from the novel by Burnett.High Sierra (film) 95 High Sierra (film) High Sierra Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Raoul Walsh Mark Hellinger Story: W. adapted from the novel by William R.[3] The film was noted for its extensive location shooting. .) 100 minutes United States English High Sierra (1941) is an early heist film and film noir written by W.

Roy trades shots with the police down the mountain from him. and he wants an experienced Roy Earle (Humphrey Bogart). Baughmam Barton MacLane as Jake Kranmer Elisabeth Risdon as Ma Cornel Wilde as Louis Mendoza Donald MacBride as Big Mac Paul Harvey as Mr. who are already living at the camp. The heist goes wrong when they are interrupted by a security guard. The two separate in order to allow Marie time to escape. Mendoza. explaining that she is engaged to a man from back home. Roy asks Velma to marry him.High Sierra (film) 96 Plot An aged gangster. while Roy is pursued until he climbs one of the Sierra mountains. When Velma's fiancé arrives. Marie (Ida Lupino). While she is convalescing. Roy then turns to Marie. At the camp Roy also is adopted by a small dog called Pard. Baughmam Isabel Jewell as Blonde Willie Best as Algernon Spencer Charters as Ed George Meeker as Pfiffer . he hears Pard barking and runs out calling Marie's name and is shot dead from behind by a sharpshooter. Roy wants to send Marie back to Los Angeles. to lead the heist and to take charge of the operation. a dragnet is put out for him. who is working in the resort. While Roy and Marie leave town. and Red (Arthur Kennedy) and Babe (Alan Curtis). On the drive up to the mountains. where he holes up overnight. Roy met the family of Velma (Joan Leslie). but she refuses. Marie falls in love with Roy as he plans and executes the robbery. Roy drives across the country to a camp in the mountains to meet up with the three men who will assist him in the heist: Louis Mendoza (Cornel Wilde). but after some argument she convinces Roy to let her stay. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ida Lupino as Marie Humphrey Bogart as Roy Earle Alan Curtis as Babe Arthur Kennedy as Red Joan Leslie as Velma Henry Hull as Doc Banton Henry Travers as Pa Jerome Cowan as Healy Minna Gombell as Mrs. but he does not reciprocate. Roy pays for corrective surgery to allow Velma to walk normally. a young woman with a deformed foot who walks with a limp. Babe has also brought along a young woman. just released from an eastern prison by a governor's pardon. Big Mac (Donald MacBride). and the two become lovers. Red and Babe are involved in a car accident. Red and Babe die. Mendoza talks to the police. is planning a robbery at a California resort casino. Shortly after sunrise.

"[6] Critical reception Critic Bosley Crowther liked the acting in the picture. Retrieved 2008-04-17.High Sierra (film) 97 Production Actor George Raft was originally intended to play the Bogart part. Especially. 16. ISBN 0-68807-539-8. His stunt double. 119.M1). also directed by Raoul Walsh. Bogart: A Life in Hollywood.M. It was also adapted as a radio play on two broadcasts of The Screen Guild Theater. managed to talk Raft out of accepting the role. New York: William Morrow & Co. and wrote."[7] Time magazine reviewed the film when released as having "less of realistic savagery than of the quaint. • In 1955 as I Died a Thousand Times starring Jack Palance and Shelley Winters. In the final scene. nytimes. who subsequently turned it down. Bogart plays the leading role with a perfection of hard-boiled vitality."[8] Adaptations The film was remade twice: • As the 1949 western Colorado Territory starring Joel McCrea and Virginia Mayo. Mr. a gunman with a string of murders on his record who still is shocked when newsmen call him "Mad-Dog" Earle. to be canine actor 'Terry' ("Toto" from The Wizard of Oz). 127. ISBN 0-233-99144-1. film review. and Ida Lupino. 1944 with Bogart and Ida Lupino. Bogart. first on January 4. nostalgic atmosphere of costume drama." The reviewer noted. All Roy Earle wants is freedom. .[4] Bogart's character's dog. Bogart. it is Bogart's then pet dog. Sperber. Alan Curtis and a newcomer named Joan Leslie handle lesser roles effectively. said Raoul Walsh. who at the time took a great interest in playing the role of Roy Earle. Howard (2006). Eric (1997). bounced a few times going down the mountain and wanted another take to do better. Curtains for Roy Earle: The Story of 'High Sierra' (http:/ / www. Bogart. London: Andre Deutsch Ltd. Arthur Kennedy. that appears in High Sierra. He finds it for good on a lonely peak in the mountains. "As gangster pictures go. goes out of his way to help a crippled girl (Joan Leslie). [6] Sperber. imdb. ISBN 9781845112196. is Miss Lupino impressive as the adoring moll." January 25. Earle is a complex human being. and Lax. Superbly played by Actor Bogart. "High Sierra. as "Pard". com. A. Buster Wiles. . a farmer boy who turned mobster. Meyers. A. [7] Crowther. imdb. Considers the Tragic and Dramatic Plight of the Last Gangster. p. a stunt performer.[5] Many key shots of the movie were made on location in the Sierra Mountains. com/ title/ tt0033717/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. 115. Eric. "Pard". com/ movie/ review?_r=1& res=990DE7DC163AE33BBC4D51DFB766838A659EDE& oref=slogin). I. However. and directed by Stuart Heisler. But in fact.M. Bogart's character slid 90 feet (27 m) down a mountainside to his just reward. suspense and that ennobling suggestion of futility which makes for irony and pity. References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] High Sierra (http:/ / www. and Lax. In a climactic scene. "It's good enough for the 25-cent customers. Count on the old guard and Warners: they die but never surrender. p. excitement. Zero. plays Roy's corpse and his hand is filled with biscuits to encourage Pard to lick Roy's hand. Crime Wave (http:/ / books. p. au/ books?id=2arX5Mr-brgC& pg=PA16& lpg=PA16& dq=bogart+ dog+ zero+ pard& source=web& ots=5Xjs3GlGEo& sig=G3a2q7qJIzsYybzEQ2H-q6w7c1c& hl=en#PPA16. befriends a taxi dancer (Ida Lupino) who becomes his moll. The New York Times. the second on April 17.B. He is kind to the mongrel dog (Zero) that travels with him. As gangster pictures go—if they do— it's a perfect epilogue. 1942 with Humphrey Bogart and Claire Trevor. com/ title/ tt0996927/ ) (2003) Hughes. p. "What makes High Sierra something more than a Grade B melodrama is its sensitive delineation of Gangster Earle's character.. was erroneously believed by some. google. Buster Wiles. "Forget it".Tauris. this one has everything—speed. Bosley (http:/ / movies. Jeffrey (1997).

[8] Time (http:/ / www.com/work/22400) at Allmovie High Sierra (http://tcmdb. Last accessed: January 29.9171. 1941.com/title/title." February 17. Last accessed: April 17.com/title/tt0033717/) at the Internet Movie Database High Sierra (http://www.allmovie.jsp?stid=597) at the TCM Movie Database High Sierra (http://www.00.html) at Film Reference High Sierra (http://www. 2008. "The New Pictures.High Sierra (film) 1941.com/watch?v=P9YvoMAUEQg) trailer at You Tube . com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. time. 98 External links • • • • • High Sierra (http://www.filmreference.imdb.com/Films-Hi-Ik/High-Sierra.851035-2.youtube. 2008. html).

Sylvia Sidney as his girlfriend and Eddie Albert as a newcomer who falls in love with Nick's sister. Inc. Wallis Harlan Thompson Fred Niblo.The Wagons Roll at Night 99 The Wagons Roll at Night The Wagons Roll at Night 1941 Movie Poster Directed by Produced by Written by Ray Enright Hal B. Release date(s) 26 April 1941 Running time Country Language 84 minutes  United States English The Wagons Roll at Night is a 1941 circus film. Pictures. No DVD. . starring Humphrey Bogart as travelling carnival owner Nick Coster. Barry Trivers Francis Wallace (story) Humphrey Bogart Sylvia Sidney Eddie Albert Starring Distributed by Warner Bros. VHS Available. Jr.

com/ title/ tt0034370/ . imdb.The Wagons Roll at Night 100 Plot A circus manager turns a young farm boy into a star lion tamer. Cast • Humphrey Bogart as Nick Coster • Sylvia Sidney as Flo Lorraine • Eddie Albert as Matt Varney • Joan Leslie as Mary Coster • Sig Ruman as Hoffman the Great External links • The Wagons Roll at Night [1] at the Internet Movie Database VHS cover image References [1] http:/ / www.

[8] . as the first film of that genre. who received third billing despite having a relatively minor role. the first major work on film noir. 1941 101 minutes United States English The Maltese Falcon is a 1941 Warner Bros. Peter Lorre.[7] The film premiered on October 3. and Sydney Greenstreet in his film debut. The film was Huston's directorial debut and was nominated for three Academy Awards.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 101 The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) The Maltese Falcon Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Based on Starring John Huston Hal B. film based on the novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett[1] [2] and a remake of the 1931 film of the same name. Wallis (executive) John Huston The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett Humphrey Bogart Mary Astor Gladys George Peter Lorre Sydney Greenstreet Adolph Deutsch Music by Cinematography Arthur Edeson Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Thomas Richards Warner Bros. The Maltese Falcon has been named as one of the greatest films of all time by Roger Ebert.[3] [4] Written and directed by John Huston.[6] and was cited by Panorama du Film Noir Américain. in New York City and was selected for inclusion in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry in 1989. October 3.[5] and Entertainment Weekly. Gladys George. Mary Astor as his femme fatale client. The story concerns a San Francisco private detective's dealings with three unscrupulous adventurers who compete to obtain a fabulous jewel-encrusted statuette of a falcon. the film stars Humphrey Bogart as private investigator Sam Spade. 1941.

Thursby. After they leave. Spade goes to Cairo's hotel. to bring him the bundle. When Cairo shows up. Archer volunteers to follow her that night and help get her sister back. He gives Wilmer a message for his boss. Gutman relates the history of the Maltese Falcon. guns drawn. Spade manages to knock Cairo out and go through his belongings. She explains that Thursby was her partner and probably killed Archer. the "Fat Man". That night. where he spots Wilmer (Elisha Cook. The next morning. so he returns to his office. a young man who had been following him earlier. but becomes evasive. Wilmer.000 for the Falcon.000 for the bird and a quarter of the proceeds from its sale. After receiving a substantial retainer. Later. who first offers him a $5. since he certainly killed Thursby and Jacobi. Lieutenant Dundy (Barton MacLane). her unwanted accomplice. causing Spade to storm out. Kasper Gutman (Sydney Greenstreet). by sending him a Golden Falcon encrusted from beak to claw with rarest jewels——but pirates seized the galley carrying this priceless token and the fate of the Maltese Falcon remains a mystery to this day——[9] —Introductory text appearing after the film's opening credits In 1941 San Francisco. his drink was spiked. paid tribute to Charles V of Spain. Wonderly is to meet Thursby and hopes her sister will be with him. he hires Spade. He goes to the dock. Police Detective Tom Polhaus (Ward Bond) at the murder scene. and finds Gutman. In the morning. Spade returns home and finds Brigid hiding in a doorway. who inform him that Thursby was also murdered that same evening. who is involved with a man named Floyd Thursby. Brigid cannot believe that Spade would turn her over to the police. Spade meets Joel Cairo (Peter Lorre). Spade then angrily confronts Brigid. Jr. and Captain Jacobi.). He meets his friend. only to find the ship on fire. and Wilmer waiting for him. He suggests that he and Cairo return to Istanbul to continue their quest. Spade tells O'Shaughnessy about his encounter with Cairo. Spade is informed that Archer has been killed. Then Spade passes out. Effie Perrine (Lee Patrick). Gutman gives Spade $10. Spade suggests Wilmer as the best choice. Spade stashes the package in a bus terminal baggage room. A man (Walter Huston) clutching a bundle wrapped in newspaper bursts in and staggers toward Spade before dying. so that he can present a convincing story to the police along with Wilmer. Later that evening. Gutman and Cairo agree. . He offers Spade $25. but he does. Spade agrees to investigate the murders. then goes to the address. It turns out to be an empty lot. but meets with Gutman anyway. but Spade tells them that part of his price is someone he can turn over to the police for the murders of Archer. Spade is taken by Wilmer at gunpoint to see Gutman. but she has checked out. but claims to have no idea who killed Thursby. However. Spade meets Wonderly. Dundy suggests that Spade had the opportunity and motive (an affair with Archer's wife. Gutman and Cairo (who had been in the other room) depart. He takes her inside. played by Gladys George) to commit both crimes. She claims to be looking for her missing sister. now calling herself Brigid O'Shaughnessy.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 102 Plot In 1539 the Knight Templars of Malta. When Cairo revives. After some intense negotiation. despite his feelings for her. Gutman begins to talk about the Falcon. When Spade awakens. he searches the suite and finds a newspaper with the arrival time of the freighter La Paloma circled. Spade calls his secretary." then pulls a gun on him in order to search for it. private investigators Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) and Miles Archer (Jerome Cowan) meet prospective client Miss Ruth Wonderly (Mary Astor).000 fee to find a "black figure of a bird. He is grilled by Polhaus and his supervisor. The contents of his wallet identify the dead man as Captain Jacobi of the La Paloma. Cairo. At his office. giving Gutman a deadline to be more forthcoming. it becomes clear that Spade's acquaintances know each other. The phone rings. The bundle contains the Maltese Falcon. Spade gets the details of what happened and who killed whom. Just after dawn. telling her he knows she killed Archer to implicate Thursby. Cairo becomes agitated when O'Shaughnessy reveals that the "Fat Man" is in San Francisco. Spade overpowers Wilmer. when Gutman inspects the black statuette. He then calls Wonderly's hotel. Spade calls the police and tells them where to pick up the pair. Spade meets Gutman. O'Shaughnessy gives an address and then screams before the line goes dead. Wilmer is knocked out in a scuffle. he discovers that it is a fake.

Knopf. who rejected it because he did not want to work with an inexperienced director. while the second. choosing instead to make Manpower. Production Casting First-time director John Huston was very careful when casting The Maltese Falcon. called Satan Met a Lady. to play a highly ambiguous character who is both honorable and greedy. which reworks elements from two of his stories published in Black Mask magazine in 1925. Hammett not only invested Spade with characteristics drawn from his own personality but also gave him his own first name. with director Raoul Walsh. starred Ricardo Cortez as Sam Spade. only five years into her long film career. "The Whosis Kid" and "The Gutting of Couffignal". was a loose adaptation that turned the story into a light comedy. Warner Brothers had been prevented by the Hays Office censors from re-releasing the 1931 version due to its "lewd" content. Tom Polhaus Lee Patrick as Effie Perrine Jerome Cowan as Miles Archer Elisha Cook Jr. and the film helped to consolidate their lifelong friendship and set the stage for later collaboration on such films as The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). Samuel. Huston was particularly grateful that Bogart had quickly accepted the role. which is possibly what caused them to go into production in 1941 with a new. but Humphrey Bogart was not the first choice to play Sam Spade. and is believed by many to have passed up the role of "Rick. Producer Hal Wallis initially offered the role to George Raft. (Raft had earlier turned down the lead role in Walsh's High Sierra. Hammett also drew upon his years as a detective in creating many of the other characters for The Maltese Falcon. as Wilmer Cook Walter Huston as Captain Jacobi Background The antihero protagonist of Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon. It was released in 1936 and starred Warren William and a young Bette Davis. the film that effectively launched Bogart's career as leading man rather than chronic supporting player. Bogart's convincing interpretation became the archetype for a private detective in the film noir genre. although this remains controversial. is based on the author's experiences as a private detective for the Pinkerton Detective Agency in San Francisco. The 1941 film is the third film version of the novel. with the characters renamed. private investigator Sam Spade. Sgt.) The 42-year-old Bogart was delighted. cleaned-up version.) The 1941 film still featured some adultery and managed to sneak some homosexual innuendo past the censors.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 103 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade Mary Astor as Brigid O'Shaughnessy Gladys George as Iva Archer Peter Lorre as Joel Cairo Sydney Greenstreet as Kasper Gutman Barton MacLane as Lieutenant Dundy Ward Bond as Det. The first.[10] The novel itself was serialized in five parts in Black Mask in 1929-30 before being published in book form in 1930 by Alfred A.S. Key Largo (1948)." the cynical hero of Casablanca. which Hammett had discarded when he launched his career as a writer. released in 1931. and The African Queen (1951). opposite Marlene Dietrich. however. providing him near-instant acclaim and rounding and solidifying his . (It was not until after 1966 that unedited copies of the 1931 film could be shown in the U.

but neither of these women was a criminal. so filming could proceed fluently and professionally. was cast by Huston as Wilmer. such as Alfred Hitchcock. the character was not easily cast. although he is a fat man. The Verdict (1946). It is mentioned by The Celluloid Closet. this comedy's huge success had been credited in great part to her comic performance. The film is one of many of the era that. and that everything be methodically planned to the fullest to ensure that the film never went over budget. and he makes subtle fellating gestures with his cane during his interview with Spade. but went to Mary Astor when Fitzgerald decided to appear in a stage play. By providing the cast with a highly detailed script.[11] Greenstreet went on to be typecast in later films of the 1940s such as Casablanca (1942)."[12] The character of the sinister "Fat Man" Kasper Gutman was based on A.[13] The appellation "Fat Man" for Gutman was created for the film. Cairo's calling cards and handkerchiefs are scented with gardenias. For instance. John Huston.[11] However. could only hint at homosexuality. he is referred to as "G".[12] In Hammett's novel. Huston shot the entire film in sequence. The character of Joel Cairo was based on a criminal Hammett arrested for forgery in Pasco. in the novel. in a small cameo role as the freighter captain who delivers the Falcon. meaning a young homosexual in a relationship with an older man.[17] Her role as Archer's wife thus displays her versatility.[18] Except for some exterior night shots. primarily because of the use of "gunsel". because of the Hays Office. Huston was able to let them rehearse their scenes with very little intervention. The Mask of Dimitrios (1944). who was then 61 years old and weighed between 280 and 350 pounds. in the novel. one an artist.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) onscreen persona. 104 Preparation During his preparation for The Maltese Falcon. It was The Maltese Falcon that Ingrid Bergman watched over and over again while preparing for Casablanca. the character of Wilmer has also been seen by many commentators as homosexual. Hammett remembers that the character "had two originals. first-time director John Huston planned each second of the film to the very last detail. Such was the extent and efficacy of his preparation of the script that almost no line of dialog was eliminated in the final edit of the film. Young Man). was done as a good luck gesture for his son. Maundy Gregory. and it took some time before producer Hal Wallis solved the problem by suggesting that Huston give a screen test to Sydney Greenstreet. Cairo is referred to as "queer" and "the fairy". tailoring the screenplay with instructions to himself for a shot-for-shot setup. with sketches for every scene.. Washington. in order to learn how to interact and act with Bogart. to describe him. The elder Huston had to promise Jack Warner that he would not demand a dime for his little role before he was allowed to stagger into Spade's office. a well-known character actor. Greenstreet's characterization had such a strong cultural impact that the "Fat Man" atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki during World War II was named after him. Like Cairo (and even Gutman). The unbilled appearance of the character actor Walter Huston. an overweight British detective-turned-entrepreneur who was involved in many sophisticated endeavors and capers. the other a woman who came to Pinkerton's San Francisco office to hire an operative to discharge her housekeeper. and Three Strangers (1946). but to avoid problems with the censors. Like other directors. in 1920. Huston was adamant that the film keep to schedule. and manner of speaking. By contrast.[14] [15] [16] Gladys George had made her mark on Broadway with her starring role in Lawrence Riley's Personal Appearance (1934) (adapted for the screen in 1936 as Go West. a documentary about how films dealt with homosexuality. although he is still noticeably effeminate. bulbous eyes. the character is blatantly homosexual. on his directorial debut. this was downplayed considerably. he fusses about his clothes and becomes hysterical when blood from a scratch ruins his shirt. Elisha Cook Jr. Greenstreet. which greatly .[11] The role of the deceitful femme fatale Brigid O'Shaughnessy was originally offered to Geraldine Fitzgerald. distinctive abrasive laugh. impressed Huston with his sheer size. a veteran stage character actor who had never appeared on film before. including a search for a long-lost treasure not unlike the jeweled Falcon.

but Bogart doesn't sip from it. and tops up Bogart's glass. That the many "by gad"s Greenstreet utters in the film were inserted by the censors to replace "by God" is a myth. (This was. as do the bars on the elevator cage at the end of the film when she takes her slow ride downward with the police. They discuss the value of the missing black bird. And consider another shot. almost all of which suggest prison: In one scene she wears striped pajamas. dine. Huston's strategy is crafty. apparently on her way to execution. Bogart drinks. on the grounds that Spade was a man who put away a half bottle of hard liquor a day and showing him completely abstaining from alcohol would mean seriously falsifying his character. Finally.[19] removing all references to sex that the Hays Office had deemed to be unacceptable. remarked of this scene: It was an incredible camera setup. sometimes shooting closeups of characters with other cast members acting with them off camera. most viewers don't notice it because they're swept along by its flow. Greenstreet has set it up by making a point: "I distrust a man who says 'when. then down a long hallway and finally into a living room. The director fought this. Unusual camera angles—sometimes low to the ground. the next pan shot was to Greenstreet's massive stomach from Bogart's point of view. action and dialog blended effectively. He depends on the situation to generate the suspicion in our minds.. Huston brought Bogart. Greenstreet's first scene in the films. The camera followed Greenstreet and Bogart from one room into another. especially the scene where he explains the history of the Falcon to Spade. there the camera moved up and down in what is referred to as a boom-up and boom-down shot. by the way. Earlier. it's because he's not to be trusted when he does.. Huston was also warned not to show excessive drinking. One miss and we had to begin all over again. Huston used much of the dialog from the original novel. and passes out. purposely drawing out his story so that the knockout drops he has slipped into Spade's drink will take effect. Greenstreet talks on. We rehearsed two days.' If he's got to be careful not to drink too much. the furniture in the room is striped." Now he offers Bogart a drink. He still doesn't drink. The shooting went so smoothly that there was actually extra time for the cast to enjoy themselves. Bond. then panned from left to right and back to Bogart's drunken face.[11] . the work of Director of Photography Arthur Edeson is one of the film's great assets.[11] 105 Cinematography With its low-key lighting and inventive and arresting angles.[20] Film critic Roger Ebert says of this scene: Was the shot just a stunt? Not at all. drink and talk until midnight about anything other than the film they were working on. The timing is everything..)[5] Very nearly as visually evocative are the scenes involving Astor.[11] Meta Wilde. Some of the most technically striking scenes involve Gutman. Lorre and others to the Lakeside Golf Club near the Warner lot to relax in the pool. Astor. In the novel Gutman continually says 'gad' and not 'god'. and the slivers of light coming through the Venetian blinds suggest cell bars. Huston doesn't give us closeups of the glass to underline the possibility that it's drugged. Greenstreet watches him narrowly.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) helped his actors. Huston's longtime script supervisor. Huston and Edeson crafted each scene to make sure the images. revealing the ceilings of rooms (a technique also used by Orson Welles and his cinematograher Gregg Toland on Citizen Kane)—are utilized to emphasize the nature of the characters and their actions. where Greenstreet chatters about the falcon while waiting for a drugged drink to knock out Bogart.

which was marred at the end of the film by Sydney Greenstreet.38 calibre version (unusual in itself as most revolvers carry six. Other The revolver used to shoot Miles is correctly identified by Spade as a Webley-Fosbery. The original is on display to this day in Warner Brothers' movie museum. it was the highest price paid for a film prop. It was used to model a 10 lb. its tail feathers visibly dented from Bogart's accident. emeralds and blue sapphires. rounds).455 calibre version. It is modeled after a hawk perched on a rock and is encrusted with red garnets. was given to William Conrad by studio chief Jack L. although he does wear an unbelted wool overcoat in outdoor scenes. The second. and a six-shot . and some of lead. . Count of the Holy Roman Empire. The vessel is currently owned by the Duke of Devonshire and is an integral piece of the Chatsworth House collection. One lead falcon has been displayed for years at various venues. It was auctioned off in December 1994.98 flawless diamond at the end. has gone to great lengths to create an [21] accurate replica. nine months after Conrad's death.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 106 Props and costumes The falcon The "Maltese Falcon" itself is reportedly based on the "Kniphausen Hawk. 5. Inc. Its value is estimated at well over $8 million. Adam Savage. one set of coral) and A model of the Falcon has a platinum chain in its beak with a 42. Bogart (as Spade) does not wear a A standard Webley-Fosbery trench coat in this film. At that time. or occasionally five. Warner. The popular association of the trench coat with Bogart began when he wore one as Rick Blaine in Casablanca. gold replica displayed at the 69th Academy Awards. There was an eight-shot . Only two 45 lb.4 oz resin falcons are verified to exist today. interchangeable claws (one set of gold. There were several 11-1/2 inch tall falcon props made for use in the film because Humphrey Bogart dropped the original during shooting. The replica has Burmese ruby eyes. and as Philip Marlowe in The Big Sleep.500 to Ronald Winston of Harry Winston." a ceremonial pouring vessel made in 1697 for George William von Kniphausen.. In the film. Spade also incorrectly described the gun as an automatic. for $398.455 version was incorrectly described as the eight-shot weapon and the name mispronounced as "Foresby". Contrary to common conception. The lead and resin falcons are valued in excess of $2 million. Some of the copies of the falcon were cast of plastic resin. lead falcons and two 5 lb. amethysts. the . when in fact it was a revolver. co-host of Mythbusters.

#14 • "You're good. In a new documentary.[8] American Film Institute recognition • 1998 . a blooper reel. A History of the Mystery. The Maltese Falcon was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally.#26 • 2003 .AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies .[22] The film has been named as one of the greatest films of all time by Roger Ebert[5] and Entertainment Weekly." . Warner Brothers immediately made plans to produce a sequel entitled The Further Adventures of the Maltese Falcon.AFI's 100 Years…100 Thrills . or aesthetically significant". makeup tests and three radio show adaptations — two featuring the film's original stars — are also present. The DVD also includes an essay.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 107 Reception Upon its release. you're very good. The Maltese Falcon: One Magnificent Bird. a plot device that motivates the characters of the story but otherwise has little relevance.AFI's 10 Top 10 . which Huston was to direct in early 1942.#6 Mystery Film Home media The DVD was re-released on June 1. due to Huston's high demand as a director and unavailability of the major cast members.#23 • 2001 . but that version is no longer available.[6] In 1989. Another special feature is a Turner Classic Movies documentary. Hosted by TCM's Robert Osborne. and his return to playing bad men late in that decade.#31 • 2008 . Becoming Attractions: The Trailers of Humphrey Bogart. The film was colorized for VHS home video. historically. As a result of the film's success. Also included on a second and third disc are two previous film versions of the Hammett novel: The Maltese Falcon (1931) and Satan Met a Lady. the 45-minute feature traces Bogart's evolution from a heavy in the 1930s to a romantic leading man in the 1940s. examining the mystery and film noir genres through the decades. going in the first year of voting.AFI's 100 Years…100 Movie Quotes: • "The stuff that dreams are made of. 2006. and John Huston for Best Adapted Screenplay.AFI's 100 Years…100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) ." .[11] The Maltese Falcon is considered a classic example of a MacGuffin. It includes the original theatrical trailer.Nominated • 2007 . with a new Dolby Digital mono soundtrack.AFI's 100 Years…100 Heroes and Villains: • Kasper Gutman .Nominated Villain • 2005 . . However. the sequel was never made. the film was nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Picture. Sydney Greenstreet for Best Supporting Actor. The Maltese Falcon received significant acclaim from both critics and the public. and its reputation has grown since. In 1942.

In addition. two siblings at Magic School write a literally immersive novel in which all characters are seeking the "Burmese Falcon". The boy replies that everyone knows that the Maltese Falcon was a fake. including George Washington Slept Here. Columbia released a spoof of The Maltese Falcon called The Black Bird. during production for this film. Robinson. Adaptations and parodies The CBS radio network created a 30-minute adaptation of The Maltese Falcon on The Screen Guild Theater with actors Bogart. and it was alleged that the "disappearance" of the figurine was staged as a publicity stunt for the Segal film. and [25] that the Burmese Falcon is the genuine article. whose name is a play on "Sydney Greenstreet". one of the seven plaster figurines of the original 1941 Falcon on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art was stolen. since news accounts of the missing Falcon exceeded those of [24] the Segal film. 1946. is a fan of detective stories of the early 20th Century. starring Edward G. another adaptation was broadcast on The Screen Guild Theater starring Bogart and his wife Lauren Bacall. Greenstreet and Lorre all reprising their roles. Jr.. A third-season episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles entitled The Maltese Hamster followed a similar quest for a treasure encased in the replica of an animal. it backfired. Redblock is looking for "the item".The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 108 Soundtrack The music for The Maltese Falcon was written by Adolph Deutsch. and was played again on July 3. In it. The boys become inadvertently trapped in the novel for decades. standing in for the Falcon. Captain Jean-Luc Picard. and Laird Cregar. with Patrick and Cook reprising their roles as Effie and Wilmer from the 1941 version.[23] On May 18. Picard-as-Hill is opposed by Cyrus Redblock. In 2001. including the fictional Dixon Hill. 1943. . Astor. who later went on to win an Academy Award for his incidental music for Oklahoma! in 1955. The film was parodied in the first-season episode of Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries entitled "The Maltese Canary" in which Tweety is mistaken for the rare statue and chased after by various shady characters. The recording was re-released in 2002 with the soundtracks to other film works of Deutsch. In a holodeck simulation. The Mask of Dimitrios. a stand-in for Sam Spade. Paige Matthews. Gail Patrick. 1950. there was an adaptation on Lux Radio Theater on February 8. High Sierra. a first-season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. this time humorously depicted as a hamster. a seventh-season episode of Charmed. including Sylvester. played by Rose McGowan. and Northern Pursuit. played by Patrick Stewart. the film was homaged in "The Big Goodbye". the film was homaged again in "Charmed Noir". Matthews asks one of the boys if the Burmese Falcon is "Like the Maltese Falcon?" in an attempt to understand the situation in which she finds herself. If it was. though time basically stands still for them. and an associate become trapped in the book as well many years after the boys do. In 1988. In 1974. This radio segment was Soundtrack cover originally released on September 20. which is never identified. starring George Segal as Sam Spade. 1943. In 1975.

New Brunswick: Rutgers UP. Michael. The 100 Greatest Movies of All Time. amazon. May 13. Online Etymology Dictionary. dll/ article?AID=/ 20010513/ REVIEWS08/ 105130301/ 1023) rogerebert. 2007. were disbanded by 1312. John Huston. Retrieved April 11. . November 14. Knopf. [20] Grobel.rottentomatoes. Retrieved 5 August 2010. (http:/ / www. February 13. Review in the New York Times. worldwidewords. However. 2008. p. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP. New York: Entertainment Weekly Books. Robert (1998). [7] Sklar.Eros" (http:/ / www. 127. "Maltese Falcon stolen from San Francisco restaurant. suntimes. NC: McFarland. Dir. 1941. com/ Hustons-Lawrence-Grobel/ dp/ 0815410263) (Paperback ed. p. World Wide Words. 2001. . (1995). The Knights Hospitaller did obtain Malta from Emperor Charles V and they did pay him an annual fee of one Maltese falcon. . html)]"]. Vincent (1999). [12] Introduction to The Maltese Falcon (1934 edition) (http:/ / www. filmsite. [5] Ebert. [1] [2] [3] [4] External links • The Maltese Falcon (http://www. 1924-1984:A Catalog of Over 1800 Shows. thrillingdetective. Huston. The Maltese Falcon. October 4. html) [9] Luhr. com/ index. etymonline. [23] Terrace. 104.imdb. as the Knights Templar.) [10] Dashiell Hammett. com/ Issue073. Harrison's Reports film review. google. cmu.com/m/1013139-maltese_falcon/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Books about The Maltese Falcon (http://film. ISBN 0231105460. Bosley." (http:/ / www. but not. (This statement is incorrect. [11] Mills. 1941. Dir. in a scene with Spade [Humphrey Bogart]. John (1980).php?filmid=387) . html). John Huston. [c.virtual-history. which Spade tells to Brigid while waiting in his apartment for Cairo to show up. Audio commentary for Disc One of the 2006 three-disc DVD special edition of The Maltese Falcon. not the Knights Templar. edu/ afs/ cs. episode 'Charmed Noir'" (http:/ / www. Rutgers Films in Print. 2007. Michael (1998). believing the film should end the way it was. Retrieved April 15. 2009. Peace & War: Reminiscences of a Life on the Frontiers of Science. [London]: Thames and Hudson. Retrieved April 11. . Eric. Retrieved February 15. "Movie Review: "The Maltese Falcon"publisher=[[Filmsite. com/ article/ domesticNews/ idUSN1318962620070213) reuters. blogspot. Audio commentary for Disc One of the 2006 three-disc DVD special edition of The Maltese Falcon. founded in 1119. [25] TV. ed. html). 27. php/ talks/ adam_savage_s_obsessions. The Hustons (http:/ / www. php?term=gunsel). moderntimes. "Introduction to The Maltese Falcon (1934 edition)" (http:/ / www. New York: Alfred A. October 4. Retrieved February 17. ed. . Robert. [8] List of National Film Registry (1988-2003)." (http:/ / rogerebert. [24] Kahn. Radio Programs. Jefferson. ted. "Charmed. 1999. would not be filmed. cs.The Maltese Falcon (1941 film) 109 References Variety film review.. org/ topicalwords/ tw-gun1. February 24. [16] "Spotlight on. . [21] Talks|TED Partner Series: Adam Savage's obsessions (http:/ / www. Eric. tv. Rutgers Films in Print.com/title/tt0033870/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Maltese Falcon (http://www. and thus making Spade's character more honorable as the story progressed. p. 2007. 2007. html). after King Philip IV of France had declared them heretics so that he could confiscate their wealth. William. [18] Huston decided that the final scene of the novel and the script. so far as is known. The Maltese Falcon (http:/ / books. reuters. [19] The only major section of the novel which wasn't used at all in the film is the story of a man named "Flitcraft" (http:/ / unfutz. Retrieved March 7. page 159. com/ trivia/ triv244. 1990]. Take Our Word For It. 1941. Gutman [Sydney Greenstreet] refers correctly to the Knights Hospitaller. edu/ user/ clamen/ misc/ movies/ NFR-Titles. Lawrence (1989). com/ palace/ falcon/ ). Reprinted in Luhr. cmu. com/ books?id=ju4N13jD8H8C& pg=PA27).com. Cooper Square Press. [15] Michael Quinion. [14] "gunsel" (http:/ / www. and as a result of their long years on Malta they were sometimes called the Knights of Malta. ISBN 0-7864-0351-9. . . ISBN 0-8135-2236-6. takeourword. ISBN 0-8135-2236-6. An Open Book. [17] Lax. thrillingdetective. Film: An International History of the Medium. com/ trivia/ triv244. 78. com/ 2006/ 11/ 3089898-hammett-flitcraft-story.com. com/ apps/ pbcs. in which Spade returns disgustedly to Iva Archer. html). 2007. page 9.). html) [13] Serber. com/ charmed/ charmed-noir/ episode/ 367389/ summary. com/ index.com. html) [22] Dirks. New York: Columbia University Press. Roger "The Maltese Falcon (1941). moderntimes. a second order of religious knights. Lax. 2007. William. Palace Classic Films. "gunsel" (http:/ / www. p. Crowther. htm). .org (http:/ / www. were in fact based in Malta from 1530 to 1798. (1995).com. Robert and Crease. Tim. 2008. [6] Entertainment Weekly. "The Maltese Falcon" (http:/ / www. October 1.com/film. a jeweled bird as proposed in the book and films. the Knights Hospitaller. org/ malt.

December 2. Alfred "Gloves" Donahue (Humphrey Bogart). Wallis Jerry Wald Leonard Spigelgass Edwin Gilbert based on a story by Leo Rosten Humphrey Bogart Conrad Veidt Kaaren Verne Peter Lorre Adolph Deutsch Starring Music by Cinematography Sidney Hickox Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. She is helped by a well-meaning promoter. Leda Hamilton (Kaaren Verne) who reveals that she and Miller have been in thrall to an organisation of Nazi fifth columnists led by Ebbing (Conrad Veidt). Plot An elderly baker named Miller (Ludwig Stossel) is murdered by a sinister stranger (Peter Lorre). and has to track down those responsible to prove his innocence.  United States English All Through the Night is a thriller film released by Warner Brothers in 1941. who himself is suspected of murdering a Restaurant owner (Edward Brophy). starring Humphrey Bogart and directed by Vincent Sherman.All Through the Night (film) 110 All Through the Night (film) All Through the Night Movie Poster Directed by Produced by Written by Vincent Sherman Hal B. 1941 107 min. A trail leads on to a nightclub singer. .

September 4. imdb. com/ title/ tt0034449/ Across the Pacific Across the Pacific Directed by Produced by Written by Starring John Huston Vincent Sherman Jack Saper Jerry Wald Robert Garson Richard Macaulay Humphrey Bogart Mary Astor Sydney Greenstreet Warner Bros.All Through the Night (film) 111 Main cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart – Alfred "Gloves" Donahue Kaaren Verne – Leda Hamilton Conrad Veidt – Ebbing Peter Lorre – Pepi Judith Anderson – Madame William Demarest – Sunshine Frank McHugh – Barney Jane Darwell – Mrs Donahue Barton MacLane – Marty Callahan Edward Brophy – Joe Denning Phil Silvers – Louie Jackie Gleason – Starchy Wallace Ford – Spats Hunter Martin Kosleck – Steindorff Ludwig Stossel – Miller External links • All Through the Night [1] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. 1942 Distributed by Release date(s) .

Lorenz asks Leland. where he resides. and convinces him to provide the real schedules. and Sydney Greenstreet.the eve of the attack on Pearl Harbor. 1941 . Leland. The title had been used before by Warner Brothers for a 1926 silent adventure film starring Monte Blue. the Genoa Maru. a professor of sociology who makes no secret of his admiration of the Japanese and is thus not popular in the Philippines. who also has a small role in this film. Lorenz is a known enemy spy. it was planned that the film would portray an attempt to avert a Japanese plan to bomb Pearl Harbor. As they arrive in Panama. the script was quicly rewritten to change the location of the planned attack to Panama[2] .S. A. as Lorenz could easily find out if he were given fake ones. Alberta Marlow (Mary Astor) and Rick Leland (Humphrey Bogart) aboard the Genoa Maru. It stars Humphrey Bogart.Across the Pacific Running time Language 97 min. Leland. Leland reports to Colonel Hart (Paul Stanton). Marlow and Lorenz disembark to wait for another ship. Second-generation Japanese-American Joe Totsuiko (Victor Sen Yung) embarks as a passenger. Initially. During a stop in New York. Mary Astor. the plots of the two films bear no resemblance to each other. Coast Artillery after he is caught stealing. When the real-life Pearl Harbor bombing occurred. but is coldly rebuffed. He tries to join the Canadian army. Lorenz (Sydney Greenstreet). in his turn.V. English 112 External videos Across the Pacific Trailer at TCM Database [1] Across the Pacific is a 1942 spy film set on the eve of the entry of the United States into World War II. he meets Canadian Alberta Marlow (Mary Astor) and Dr. Leland surprises a Filipino man (Rudy Robles) who is about to shoot Lorenz. Plot In late 1941. Upon returning to the ship. . However. the captain announces that the ship has been denied passage through the strategically vital canal and will be forced to take a long detour around Cape Horn. The film was directed first by John Huston. but Hart and Leland are uncertain about Marlow. Leland meets with his local contact. in Halifax to make his way to China via the Panama Canal to fight for Chiang Kai-shek. to procure up-to-date schedules for the American planes that patrol the canal. an undercover intelligence officer. Smith (Charles Halton). Captain Rick Leland (Humphrey Bogart) is court-martialled and discharged from the U. Several crates are unloaded addressed to a Dan Morton at the Bountiful plantation. then by Vincent Sherman after Huston joined the United States Army Signal Corps. On board. who was once stationed in the area. He subsequently boards a Japanese ship. The date is December 6. makes it clear to Lorenz that he has no loyalty toward his country and would fight for anyone willing to pay him. thus gaining Lorenz's confidence.

He is caught. Leland refuses. At the end. as it tries to take off. Oki. Marlow.Across the Pacific Having delivered the schedules after haggling with Lorenz over their price. Leland takes over a machine gun and shoots down the bomber aircraft. He wakes up several hours later and finds out that both Lorenz and Marlow have left the hotel. a drunk whose weakness is being exploited by the spy ring to provide a base for its activities. then heads out to the Bountiful plantation. a friend of Rick's in the canal zone Frank Wilcox as Captain Morrison Paul Stanton as Colonel Hart Lester Matthews as Canadian Major John Hamilton as Court-Martial President Tom Stevenson as Unidentified Man Roland Drew as Captain Harkness Monte Blue as Dan Morton Chester Gan as Captain Higoto Richard Loo as First Officer Miyuma Keye Luke as Steamship Officer Clerk Kam Tong as T. however. where he sees a torpedo bomber being prepared. Marlow turns out to be the daughter of the plantation's owner. the Japanese prince traveling incognito as Lorenz's servant Rudy Robles as the Filipino Assassin . Leland is knocked out. At the last minute. He immediately calls Smith and warns him to change the patrol schedule. as Lorenz has "an appointment with Army intelligence". Smith Victor Sen Yung as Joe Totsuiko Roland Got as Sugi Lee Tung Foo as Sam Wing On. but his nerve fails him and he begs Leland to shoot him. 113 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Rick Leland Mary Astor as Alberta Marlow Sydney Greenstreet as Dr. piloted by no less than an Imperial Japanese prince. and brought inside to Lorenz. Marlow's only stake in the affair is concern for her father. Lorenz Charles Halton as A. Leland overpowers Totsuiko (Marlow's father is killed in the process). Leland dispatches Lorenz's men in the ensuing firefight. To Leland's relief. Dan Morton (Monte Blue).V. a defeated Lorenz tries to commit seppuku. and Totsuiko. Lorenz reveals that they killed Smith before he could have the schedule changed and that they are planning to torpedo the Panama Canal Locks.

Mary .imdb.com/work/736) at Allmovie .allmovie.com/title/tt0034428/) at the Internet Movie Database • Across the Pacific (http://www. 1943 broadcast with Humphrey Bogart. com/ mediaroom/ index/ ?cid=10510 [2] Astor. References [1] http:/ / www. p157 External links • Across the Pacific (http://www. Mary Astor and Sydney Greenstreet reprising their film roles. tcm."A Life on Film". Dell Publishing 1967.Across the Pacific 114 Radio adaptation Across the Pacific was adapted as a radio play on The Screen Guild Theater's January 25. New York.

November 26.7 million (initial US release) Casablanca is a 1942 American romantic drama film directed by Michael Curtiz. The film . starring Humphrey Bogart. Philip G. Conrad Veidt. it focuses on a man torn between. Although it was an A-list film. with established stars and first-rate writers—Julius J. Peter Lorre and Dooley Wilson.Casablanca (film) 115 Casablanca (film) Casablanca Title card Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Michael Curtiz Hal B. 1943 (general release) 102 minutes United States English $964. Wallis Julius J. Epstein Philip G. Epstein Howard Koch Casey Robinson (uncredited) Everybody Comes to Rick's by Murray Burnett Joan Alison Humphrey Bogart Ingrid Bergman Paul Henreid Max Steiner Based on Starring Music by Cinematography Arthur Edeson Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Owen Marks Warner Bros.000 $3. Epstein and Howard Koch received credit for the screenplay—no one involved with its production expected Casablanca to be [1] anything out of the ordinary. He must choose between his love for a woman and helping her and her Czech Resistance leader husband escape from the Vichy-controlled Moroccan city of Casablanca to continue his fight against the Nazis. love and virtue. Set during World War II. Epstein. and featuring Claude Rains. Warner Bros. 1942 (premiere) January 23. it was just one of dozens of pictures produced by Hollywood every year. in the words of one character. Sydney Greenstreet. Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid.

Its characters. he is shocked to see Ilsa. Ferrari divulges his suspicion that Rick has the letters. German Major Strasser (Conrad Veidt) arrives in Casablanca to see to it that Laszlo does not succeed. and Bogart attempting his first romantic lead role. Ilsa asks him to play "As Time Goes By". Casablanca won three Academy Awards. rushed into release to take advantage of the publicity from the Allied invasion of North Africa a few weeks earlier. and from there to America. The letters are almost priceless to the continual stream of refugees who end up stranded in Casablanca. She left Rick without explanation to tend to her ill husband.[2] Despite a changing assortment of screenwriters frantically adapting an unstaged play and barely keeping ahead of production. a self-admitted corrupt opportunist. When he refuses to give her the letters. Sam (Dooley Wilson). That night. but Rick refuses to part with the documents. In response. it is later revealed he ran guns to Ethiopia to combat the 1935 Italian invasion and fought on the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War. The papers allow the bearer to travel freely around German-controlled Europe and to neutral Portugal. Strasser has Renault close the club. she believed that her husband had been killed attempting to escape from the concentration camp. Upon seeing the house pianist. Ugarte (Peter Lorre). and music have become iconic. but then confesses that she still loves him. Laszlo starts singing. a fugitive Czech Resistance leader who has escaped from a Nazi concentration camp. From left to right: Paul Henreid. and Nazi officials. a petty criminal. Laszlo orders the house band to play "La Marseillaise". Ingrid Bergman. When Laszlo makes inquiries with Signor Ferrari (Sydney Greenstreet). Italian. Norwegian Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman). the reason for Rick's bitterness re-enters his life. Claude Rains and Humphrey Bogart. Ugarte is arrested by the local police under the command of Captain Louis Renault (Claude Rains). as yet uninvolved in the war. 116 Plot Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) is a cynical American expatriate living in Casablanca in early December 1941. She is accompanied by her husband. Later. telling Laszlo to ask his wife for the reason. then patriotic fervor grips the crowd and everyone joins in. drowning out the Germans. When Rick storms over. furious that Sam has disobeyed his order never to perform that song.Casablanca (film) was a solid. In retaliation. she learned that Laszlo was in fact alive and in hiding. a major figure in the criminal underworld and Rick's friendly business rival. They are interrupted when Strasser leads a group of officers in singing "Die Wacht am Rhein". and those who prey on them. She explains that when they first met and fell in love in Paris. alone at first. an upscale nightclub and gambling den that attracts a mixed clientele: Vichy French. walks into his establishment. dialogue. refugees desperately seeking to reach the United States. Ugarte plans to sell them to the highest bidder. The couple need the letters to leave for America to continue his work. Before the exchange can take place. His ex-lover. who is due to arrive at the club later that night. Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid). he nods his head. she threatens him with a gun. Although Rick professes to be neutral in all matters. Ilsa confronts Rick in the deserted café. and Casablanca has grown in popularity to the point that it now consistently ranks near the top of lists of the greatest films of all time. Laszlo meets with Rick privately. arrives in Rick's club with "letters of transit" obtained through the murder of two German couriers. At this point. When the band looks to Rick for guidance. including Best Picture. . while preparing to flee with Rick from the imminent fall of the city to the German army. He owns and runs "Rick's Café Américain". Ugarte dies in police custody without revealing that he had entrusted the letters to Rick. success in its initial run. if unspectacular.

having narrowly escaped a police raid on a Resistance meeting. Renault pauses. leading her to believe that she will stay behind with him when Laszlo leaves.S." Once they are alone." Major Strasser. telling her she would regret it if she stayed. who was contracted to [6] David O. Film critic Roger Ebert calls her "luminous". Sakall) secretly take Ilsa back to the hotel while the two men talk. Selznick. Rick has waiter Carl (S. At the last moment. while Bergman called Henreid a "prima donna". maybe not tomorrow. Renault suggests to Rick they join the Free French at Brazzaville. then tells them to "Round up the usual suspects. he considered Bogart "a mediocre actor". Rick explains he and Ilsa will be leaving for America. the lovers are reconciled.[8] The second-billed actors were: • Claude Rains as Captain Louis Renault. Rick agrees to help. Wallis obtained the services of Bergman. trumped-up charge. an Austrian actor who emigrated in 1935. until he was promised top billing along with Bogart and Bergman. To allay Renault's suspicions.[3] The cast is notable for its internationalism: only three of the credited actors were born in the U. Henreid did not get on well with his fellow actors. but soon and for the rest of your life. Henreid. Laszlo reveals he is aware of Rick's love for Ilsa and tries to persuade him to use the letters to take her to safety. K. Rick forces him at gunpoint to assist in their escape. When his men arrive. The Swedish actress's Hollywood debut in Intermezzo had been well received. Hedy Lamarr and Michèle Morgan. according to Pauline Kael[7] ). He later appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious with Ingrid Bergman. When the police arrest Laszlo on a minor. he had been typecast as a gangster. by loaning Olivia de Havilland in exchange. High Sierra (1941) had allowed him to play a character with some warmth. • Paul Henreid as Victor Laszlo. drives up alone.Casablanca (film) With the revelation. films. Sydney Greenstreet (left) and Humphrey Bogart • Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa Lund." 117 Cast The play's cast consisted of 16 speaking parts and several extras. Rick shoots him when he tries to intervene. When Renault tries to arrest Laszlo as arranged. the film script enlarged it to 22 speaking parts and hundreds of extras. • Conrad Veidt as Major Heinrich Strasser. but her subsequent films were not major successes—until Casablanca. He was a German actor who had appeared in The Cabinet of Dr. tipped off by Renault.[5] Other actresses considered for the role of Ilsa included Ann Sheridan. "Maybe not today. and comments on the chemistry between her and Bogart: "she paints his face with her eyes". possession of the letters of transit. Bergman's official website calls Ilsa [4] her "most famous and enduring role". but Rick was his first truly romantic role. Caligari before fleeing from the Nazis and ironically was best-known for playing Nazis in U. Earlier in his career. was reluctant to take the role (it "set [him] as a stiff forever". I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Rick convinces Renault to release him by promising to set him up for a much more serious crime: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. He had previously worked with Michael Curtiz on The Adventures of Robin Hood. The top-billed actors were: • Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine. . Rick makes Ilsa board the plane to Lisbon with her husband. When Laszlo unexpectedly shows up.S. They walk off into the fog with one of the most memorable exit lines in movie history: "Louis. Rains was an English actor born in London.

at 265 pounds. Meyer was a Danish actor. often played villains. appearing in Jean Renoir's La Grande Illusion and La Regle de Jeu. Lorre. but after he fled the fall of France. A drummer. Z. • Dan Seymour as Abdul the doorman. • Curt Bois as the pickpocket. Sakall) as Carl. • Helmut Dantine as Jan Brandel. • Peter Lorre as Signor Ugarte. • John Qualen as Berger. He was an American actor who. Bois was a German Jewish actor and another refugee. • Leon Belasco as a dealer in Rick's Cafe. The third credited American."[13] In response to a follow-up question in his 118 . The French actress was Marcel Dalio's wife until their divorce in 1942. Also credited were: • Dooley Wilson as Sam. He was actually born in Russia. A Russian-American character actor. who was born in Austria-Hungary. a rival nightclub owner. he appeared in 13 films the year Casablanca was released. the annexation of Austria. • William Edmunds as a contact man at Rick's. • S. • Gregory Gaye as the German banker who is refused entry to the casino by Rick. he was reduced to bit parts in Hollywood. from whom Renault orders a drink when he sits down with the Laszlos. • Madeleine LeBeau as Yvonne. • Norma Varden as the Englishwoman whose husband has his wallet stolen. critic Roger Ebert first replied. Sakall (credited as S. had left Germany in 1933. including the principal one in To Have and Have Not. Hal Wallis had considered changing Sam to a female character (Hazel Scott and Ella Fitzgerald were candidates). He had one of the longest careers in film. the waiter.[11] • Georges Renavent as Conspirator.Casablanca (film) • Sydney Greenstreet as Signor Ferrari. Laszlo's Resistance contact. That's all I can say. • Jean Del Val as the French police radio announcer who (following the opening montage sequence) reports the news of the murder of the two German couriers. Another Austrian. • Torben Meyer as the Dutch banker who runs "the second largest banking house in Amsterdam". He had a key role in another of Bogart's films. the young Bulgarian refugee. He was a Hungarian actor who fled from Germany in 1939. He had been a star in French cinema. the Bulgarian roulette player married to Annina Brandel. Greenstreet had previously starred with Lorre and Bogart in his film debut in The Maltese Falcon. such as Martini in It's a Wonderful Life (1946). he had spent time in a concentration camp after the Anschluss. White was a familiar face in many Charlie Chaplin two-reelers in the 1910s.[9] [10] • Joy Page as Annina Brandel. She was a famous English character actress. Rick's soon-discarded girlfriend. Another Englishman. When asked in his column "Movie Answer Man". the Russian bartender infatuated with Yvonne. making his first appearance in 1907 and his last in 1987. "It looks something like him. • Jack Benny may have had an unbilled cameo role (claimed by a contemporary newspaper advertisement[12] and reportedly in the Casablanca press book[13] ). but grew up in America. she was studio head Jack Warner's stepdaughter. To Have and Have Not. he could not play the piano. Gaye was a Russian-born actor who went to the United States in 1917 after the Russian Revolution. Wallis considered dubbing over Wilson's voice for the songs. K. • Leo White as the waiter Emile (not to be confused with the croupier Emil). He appeared in many of John Ford's movies. His three sisters later died in a concentration camp. Notable uncredited actors were: • Marcel Dalio as Emil the croupier. usually playing an upper-class antagonist. He usually played characters with heavy accents. He was born in Canada. He was one of the few American members of the cast. and even after shooting had been completed. • Leonid Kinskey as Sascha.

[25] The entire picture was shot in the studio. Born in Austria. so the internal layout of the building is indeterminate. The background of the final scene. Born in Vienna. he moved to America shortly after the Anschluss and changed his name.[19] the most anyone in Hollywood had ever paid for an unproduced play. Florida purchased a Lockheed 12A for its Great Movie Ride attraction. She later married another Casablanca actor. Stössel was their spokesman with the slogan. Dressed in an Alpine hat and lederhosen. the annexation of Austria. Arco as another refugee in Rick's. he stated.000.[29] Nevertheless. she played stage roles at a prestigious theater in Darmstadt. the Jewish actor was imprisoned following the Anschluss."[14] Part of the emotional impact of the film has been attributed to the large proportion of European exiles and refugees among the extras and in the minor roles. In a number of scenes. Born in Germany. Born Lutz Altschul in Austria. mainly because only the first half of the script was ready when filming began. except for the sequence showing Major Strasser's arrival. Stössel became famous for doing a long series of commercials for Italian Swiss Colony wine producers. A witness to the filming of the "duel of the anthems" sequence said he saw many of the actors crying and "realized that they were all real refugees".000 over budget). • Richard Ryen as Strasser's aide. Born in Berlin.[24] The film was shot in sequence. Stephen Karnot. called it (approvingly) "sophisticated hokum". When he was released. Being Jewish. she left Germany in 1933. and initially claimed that it was the actual plane used . [22] Filming was completed on August 3. [23] $1.[20] The project was renamed Casablanca.Casablanca (film) next column.[28] Fog was used to mask the model's unconvincing appearance. • Lotte Palfi as the refugee trying to sell her diamonds.[16] The German citizens among them nevertheless had to keep curfew as enemy aliens. the German refugee whose English is "not so good".039. Germany.[21] Although an initial filming date was selected for April 10.[27] and redressed for the Paris flashbacks.[17] The Warner Bros. • Trude Berliner as a baccarat player in Rick's. 1942. The set for Rick's was built in three unconnected parts. Leuchtag. • Louis V.[26] The street used for the exterior shots had recently been built for another film. which was filmed at Van Nuys Airport. and a few short clips of stock footage views of Paris. which shows a Lockheed Model 12 Electra Junior airplane with personnel walking around it.000 ($75. she was a silent movie star in Germany who came to America after the Anschluss. they were frequently cast as the Nazis from whom they had fled. but fled the Nazis. He later married Casablanca actress Lotte Palfi. • Hans Twardowski as a Nazi officer who argues with a French officer over Yvonne. was a silent movie actor in Germany who left when the Nazis took over. Germany (now Szczecin. and the production cost delays led to a start of production on May 25. Captain Heinze. The Desert Song. story analyst who read the play. she was a famous cabaret performer and film actress. • Ludwig Stössel as Mr. "That Little Old Winemaker. Some of the exiled foreign actors were: • Wolfgang Zilzer who is shot in the opening scene of the movie. apparently in imitation of the 1938 hit Algiers.[15] Harmetz argues that they "brought to a dozen small roles in Casablanca an understanding and a desperation that could never have come from Central Casting". Ironically. She journeyed to America after the Nazis came to power in 1933. above average for the time. Me!" • Ilka Grünig as Mrs. the Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park in Orlando. was staged using midget extras and a proportionate cardboard plane.[18] and story editor Irene Diamond convinced producer Hal Wallis to buy the rights in January 1942 for $20. he left for England and then America. 119 Production The film was based on Murray Burnett and Joan Alison's then-unproduced play Everybody Comes to Rick's. the camera looks through a wall from the cafe area into Rick's office. He was born in Stettin. It remained on the Warners backlot until the 1960s. "I think you're right. The Austrian Jew acted in German films. Wolfgang Zilzer. Leuchtag. Poland).

in the 1920s.[37] [38] The uncredited Casey Robinson assisted with three weeks of rewrites.[39] [40] Curtiz seems to have favored the romantic parts. and the scene was finally abandoned after David O. and that Rick and Ilsa had slept together in Paris.[36] The first writers to work on the script were the Epstein twins. it proved too difficult to get Claude Rains for the shoot. Julius and Philip.") after shooting had been completed. Howard Koch. I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. showing Rick.[30] Film critic Roger Ebert called Hal Wallis the "key creative force" for his attention to the details of production (down to insisting on a real parrot in the Blue Parrot bar). insisting on retaining the Paris flashbacks.[5] The difference between Bergman's and Bogart's height caused some problems." Curtiz being concerned to use images to tell the story rather than for their own sake. in his study of the director's work. She was some two inches (5 cm) taller than Bogart. Koch highlighted the political and melodramatic elements..Casablanca (film) in the film. the Ilsa character was an American named Lois Meredith and did not meet Laszlo until after her relationship with Rick in Paris had ended.[5] However. during which he visited Vienna shortly after the Anschluss. picture was an exception to the auteur theory". But when corn works. Renault and a detachment of Free French soldiers on a ship. To make Rick's motivation more believable. the black piano player.S. and you supplied the stories. In the south of France.[31] Wallis wrote the final line ("Louis.[47] Other critics give more credit to Curtiz. and perhaps it was partly this tug of war between Curtiz and me that gave the film a certain balance. are memorable as shots. who removed Rick's background and added more elements of comedy. to incorporate the Allies' 1942 invasion of North Africa. Wallis. and [46] Rick and Ilsa's previous sexual relationship were implied elliptically rather than referenced explicitly. with several lines of dialogue removed and/or altered. Rick had remarked "What the —— are you playing?"[45] This line implying a curse word was removed at the behest of the Hays Office. who opposed the suggestions that Captain Renault extorted sexual favors from his supplicants. the film has what Ebert describes as a "wonderfully unified and consistent" script.[34] [35] In the play. but some of his family were refugees from Nazi Europe. Koch later claimed it was the tension between his own approach and Curtiz's which accounted for this: "Surprisingly. to which Aljean Harmetz responded. Roger Ebert has commented that in Casablanca "very few shots. including contributing the series of meetings between Rick and Ilsa in the cafe. Rick was a lawyer. and both Renault's selling of visas for sex.. and claimed Curtiz had Bogart stand on blocks or sit on cushions in their scenes together. and the screenwriters decided to set the film before the events of Pearl Harbor. "nearly every Warner Bros. Sidney Rosenzweig. he came across a nightclub. The other credited writer."[42] Julius Epstein would later note the screenplay contained "more corn than in the states of Kansas and Iowa combined.[32] Later.[44] Extensive changes were made. where he saw discrimination by Nazis first-hand.[49] of which Sarris was the most prominent proponent in the United States. which had a multinational clientele and the prototype of Sam.. and all direct references to sex in the film removed."[33] 120 Writing The original play was inspired by a trip to Europe made by Murray Burnett in 1938. . came later. so Wallis turned to his close friend Michael Curtiz. he had come to the U."[43] The film ran into some trouble from Joseph Breen of the Production Code Administration (the Hollywood self-censorship body). but he was unavailable. when Sam played "As Time Goes By" in the original script. he had relatively little input into the development of the plot: Casey Robinson said Curtiz "knew nothing whatever about story. there's nothing better. Curtiz.[47] Curtiz was a Hungarian Jewish émigré.[38] [41] Despite the many writers. there were plans for a further scene."[48] Critic Andrew Sarris called the film "the most decisive exception to the auteur theory".. but worked in parallel with them. however.he saw it in pictures. Additionally. despite their differing emphases. these disparate approaches somehow meshed. Bogart had to be called in a month after the end of filming to dub it. Selznick judged "it would be a terrible mistake to change the ending. Direction Wallis' first choice for director was William Wyler.

She was shot mainly from her preferred left side. release. Originally. the national anthem of Germany.[5] Bars of shadow across the characters and in the background variously imply imprisonment. "Shine" from 1910 (music by Ford Dabney. believing it would cause resentment among Vichy supporters in the region.[51] 121 Cinematography The cinematographer was Arthur Edeson. transforming them to reflect changing moods. Buddy DeSylva and Vincent Rose).000 over ten weeks. Particular attention was paid to photographing Bergman.7 million on its initial U.[55] the film premiered at the Hollywood Theater in New York City on November 26. the French national anthem. Timing of release Although an initial release date was anticipated for spring 1943. making it the seventh best-selling film of 1943. Rosenzweig argues these shadow and lighting effects are classic elements of the Curtiz style. is featured throughout the score as a motif to represent the Germans. "Perfidia" by Alberto Dominguez and "Knock on Wood" (music by M. a Nazi anthem.[52] Music The Cross of Lorraine. to take advantage of the Casablanca conference.[57] [58] The Office of War Information prevented screening of the film to troops in North Africa.[5] Dark film noir and expressionist lighting is used in several scenes. often with a softening gauze filter and with catch lights to make her eyes sparkle. The song "As Time Goes By" by Herman Hupfeld had been part of the story from the original play. much as "La Marseillaise" is used to represent the Allies. The opening bars of the "Deutschlandlied". the symbol of the Free French Forces and emotional turmoil. but Bergman had already cut her hair short for her next role (María in For Whom the Bell Tolls) and could not re-shoot the scenes which incorporated the song.[54] Particularly notable is the "duel of the songs" between Strasser and Laszlo at Rick's cafe. The music was written by Max Steiner. a veteran who had previously shot The Maltese Falcon and Frankenstein.[2] [56] In the 1. such as the opening sequence of the refugee trail and that showing the invasion of France. the only original song in the film. were directed by Don Siegel. the crucifix. It was a substantial but not spectacular box-office success. the whole effect was designed to make her face seem "ineffably sad and tender and nostalgic".K. "La Marseillaise" is played by a full orchestra. to coincide with the Allied invasion of North Africa and the capture of Casablanca. emblem of the Free French Forces. Jerome. lyrics by Cecil Mack and Lew Brown).[50] The second unit montages.[53] so Steiner based the entire score on it and "La Marseillaise". the opposing piece for this iconic sequence was to be the "Horst Wessel Lied". 1942.[57] It went into general release on January 23. taking $3. In the soundtrack. along with the fluid camera work and the use of the environment as a framing device. but this was still under international copyright in non-Allied countries. lyrics by Gus Kahn). who was best known for the score for Gone with the Wind. Other songs in the film include "It Had to Be You" from 1924 (music by Isham Jones. "Avalon" from 1920 (music and lyrics by Al Jolson. particularly towards the end of the picture.Casablanca (film) sees the film as a typical example of Curtiz's highlighting of moral dilemmas. lyrics by Jack Scholl). Steiner wanted to write his own composition to replace it.500-seat theater.S. the film grossed $255.[59] . 1943. a high-level meeting between Churchill and Roosevelt in the city.

Rick. The newspaper believed the film achieved a "near-perfect entertainment balance" of comedy.." Variety wrote of the film's real-world impact. and suspense." The newspaper applauded the combination of "sentiment. including Citizen Kane because of its wider appeal. "the acting out of my own personal rite of passage". Renault begins the film as a collaborator with the Nazis."[48] There are a few dissenting reviewers. The paper applauded performances by Bergman and Henreid and analyzed Bogart's own: "Bogart. Massachusetts.[5] Ebert said that he has never heard of a negative review of the film.[63] Lasting impact The film has grown in popularity. humor and pathos with taut melodrama and bristling intrigue". As the Resistance hero. "It's far from a great film.o".. Laszlo is ostensibly the most noble. "Film is splendid anti-Axis propaganda.. is "not a hero. and is emulated by many colleges across the United States. but it has a special appealingly schlocky romanticism. By 1955..[65] On April 21. Casablanca is a very mediocre film. not a bad guy": he does what is necessary to get along with the authorities and "sticks his neck out for nobody". true tomorrow".. although he is so stiff that he is hard to like. engrossing story and neat direction" and the "variety of moods.[48] Rudy Behlmer emphasized the variety in the picture: "it's a blend of drama. and by 1977. in Behlmer's words. the Brattle Theater of Cambridge. Ebert has said that the film is popular because "the people in it are all so good" and that it is "a wonderful gem". according to Behlmer. the newspaper praised the screenplay quality as "of the best" and the cast's performances as "all of the first order". comedy and drama that makes Casablanca an A-1 entry at the b... By the end of the film..[5] The other characters. as might be expected."[69] Umberto Eco wrote that "by any strict critical standards. According to Pauline Kael. Murray Burnett called it "true yesterday.[66] The tradition helped the movie remain popular while other famous films of the 1940s have faded away. of all time. true today. the Los Angeles Times called Casablanca's great strength "the purity of its Golden Age Hollywoodness [and] the enduring craftsmanship of its resonantly hokey dialogue". Even Ilsa. even though individual elements can be criticized. have a picture which makes the spine tingle and the heart take a leap. are "not cut and dried": they come into their goodness in the course of the film.8 million. is more at ease as the bitter and cynical operator of a joint than as a lover.Casablanca (film) 122 Reception Initial response Casablanca received "consistently good reviews". particularly inasmuch as the propaganda is strictly a by-product of the principal action and contributes to it instead of getting in the way. however. a professor of sociology who himself attended one of these screenings. had said that the experience was. citing unrealistic special effects and the stiff character/portrayal of Laszlo. "The Warners. It was so popular that it began a tradition of screening Casablanca during the week of final exams at Harvard University which continues to the present day. the least active of the main characters.[61] The trade paper Variety commended the film's "combination of fine performances. who extorts sexual favors from refugees and has Ugarte killed."[62] Some other reviews were less enthusiastic: The New Yorker rated it only "pretty tolerable". is "caught in the emotional struggle" over which man she really loves." He viewed the changes the characters undergo as inconsistent rather than complex: "It is a [64] .[60] Bosley Crowther of The New York Times wrote. showed the film as part of a season of old movies. making it only the third most successful of Warners' wartime movies (behind Shine On. comedy [and] intrigue". but handles both assignments with superb finesse. While the Times noted its "devious convolutions of the plot"..[67] On the film's 50th anniversary. 1957. Todd Gitlin. action. Ebert opined that Citizen Kane is generally considered to be a "greater" film but Casablanca is more loved. the film had brought in $6. romance. suspense. Harvest Moon and This is the Army). "everybody is sacrificing. [48] Film critic Leonard Maltin has stated that Casablanca is his favorite movie melodrama. Casablanca is "probably on more lists of the greatest films of all time than any other single title. Casablanca was the most frequently broadcast film on American television.[68] According to Roger Ebert.

S. Woody Allen's Play It Again. a 1995 Bugs Bunny cartoon. an anthology. constitute an Oedipus complex. in his Love and Death in Casablanca. which is resolved only when Rick begins to identify with the father figure of Laszlo and the cause which he represents. Neil Simon's The Cheap Detective (1978). Parodies have included the Marx Brothers' A Night in Casablanca (1946). a novella by Argentine writer Edgar Brau. and subsequently with Renault. as it was compared to its English equivalent: White House. is. and celebrating a reunion.. appearance in Terry Gilliam's dystopian Brazil (1985).[74] [75] [76] [77] Umberto Eco explained: Thus Casablanca is not just one film. a hotch-potch. For we sense dimly that the clichés are talking among themselves. though much less pivotal.[72] In Casablanca. while it provided the title for the 1995 hit The Usual Suspects. Herr Blaine and so on) as evidence of the different meanings which he has for each person. thirty-eight rejected it outright." It was this theme which resonated with a wartime audience that was reassured by the idea that painful sacrifice and going off to war could be romantic gestures done for the greater good. Greenstreet and Lorre in 1944. Roosevelt. thirty-three generally recognized it (but only eight specifically as Casablanca). in which the transgressions which prevent Rick from returning to the U.[81] [80] Koch also considered the film a political allegory. A hundred clichés move us. and made a similar. argues that Rick's relationship with Sam. It is many films.[84] Sidney Rosenzweig argues that such readings are reductive.[73] Interpretation Casablanca has been subjected to many different readings. and with little continuity in its dramatic effects. of those. featuring actor Jerry Lacy in the role of Bogart. above all in the central character of Rick. produced its own parody of the film in the homage Carrotblanca. and Out Cold (2001). Casablanca itself was a plot device in the science-fiction television movie Overdrawn at the Memory Bank (1983). he cites the different names which each character gives Rick (Richard. To Have and Have Not (1944) and Sirocco (1951).. based on John Varley's story. Semioticians account for the film's popularity by claiming that its inclusion of a whole series of stereotypes paradoxically strengthens the film. In the November/December 1982 issue of American Film. three declared it commercially viable. Eighty-five of them read it. Ricky. [.] When all the archetypes burst in shamelessly. Barb Wire (1996). Rains.[71] 123 Influence on later works Many subsequent films have drawn on elements of Casablanca.[83] Harvey Greenberg presents a Freudian reading in his The Movies on Your Mind. Sam (1972) appropriated Bogart's Casablanca persona as the fantasy mentor for Allen's nebbishy character.[82] William Donelley.Casablanca (film) comic strip. the protagonist somehow wanders into Rick's Café Americain and listens to a strange tale related by Sam. and one suggested turning it into a novel. Passage to Marseille reunited Bogart. low on psychological credibility. "a standard case of the repressed homosexuality that underlies most American adventure stories". Chuck Ross claimed that he retyped the screenplay to Casablanca. while there are many similarities between Casablanca and two later Bogart films. Warner Bros. and submitted it to 217 agencies. Curtiz. Two clichés make us laugh. who gambled "on the odds of going to war until circumstance and his own submerged nobility force him to close his [82] casino (partisan politics) and commit himself—first by financing the Side of Right and then by fighting for it. Mr Rick. Rick was compared to President Franklin D.[85] .[78] [79] Eco also singled out sacrifice as one of the film's key themes: "the myth of sacrifice runs through the whole film."[70] There is anecdotal evidence that Casablanca may have made a deeper impression among film-lovers than within the professional movie-making establishment." The similarity was reinforced by the film's title. and that the most important aspect of the film is its ambiguity. we reach Homeric depths. only changing the title back to Everybody Comes to Rick's and the name of the piano player to Dooley Wilson.

Wallis later recalled.[86] Casablanca was nominated for eight Academy Awards. Almost forty years later.. 100 Passions AFI's 100 Years.Casablanca (film) 124 Accolades Due to its November 1942 release. 100 Thrills AFI's 100 Years."[87] This incident would lead Wallis to leave Warner Bros. When the award for Best Pictures was announced producer Hal B. and won three.. Wallis.. Wallis got up to accept. the Academy stated that since the film went into national release in the beginning of 1943..[57] However. (Hal B. Philip G. the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry as being deemed "culturally. historically. 100 Movie Quotes AFI's 100 Years. in April. or aesthetically significant". and 67 (see Quotations section below) 32 3 . 100 Heroes and Villains AFI's 100 Years. 100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) Rick Blaine (hero) Nominee 2 37 1 4 Rank "As Time Goes By" 2 5. 100 Movies AFI's 100 Years.. 43. it would be included in that year's nominations. In 2006.com (the selected films were not ranked)... . Producer) Michael Curtiz Humphrey Bogart Julius J. humiliated and furious.. 20.. Casablanca lost to In Which We Serve. the Writers Guild of America... Epstein. only to find Jack Warner had rushed onstage to take the trophy. 32. 100 Songs AFI's 100 Years.[89] The film has been recognized multiple times by the American Film Institute in many of their lists. and Howard Koch Claude Rains Arthur Edeson Owen Marks Result Won Won Nominated Won Nominated Nominated Nominated Nominated 16th Academy Awards Outstanding Motion Picture Best Director Best Actor Best Writing. I still haven't recovered from the shock. In 2005 it was also named one of the 100 greatest films of the last 80 years by Time. west voted the screenplay of Casablanca the best of all time in its list of the 101 Greatest Screenplays... Epstein. 100 Cheers AFI's 100 Years. Screenplay Best Supporting Actor Best Cinematography Best Film Editing Best Music (Score of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture) Max Steiner In 1989.. Year 1998 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Category AFI's 100 Years...[88] Award Category Nominee Warner Bros. "I had no alternative but to sit down again. the New York Film Critics decided to include the film in its 1942 award season for best picture. 28...

[100] [101] The novel picks up where the film leaves off. However. in August 1946. describing it as a "tribute to the original. was produced in Newport. It was first released on DVD in 1997 by MGM. citing its cult status among American students as his reason. François Truffaut refused an invitation to remake the film in 1974. in 1951 and 1967. Rhode Island. and an hour-long version on the Lux Radio Theater on January 24. as Renault. who played Emil the croupier in the movie. it aired on ABC as part of the wheel series Warner Bros. and Scatman Crothers as a somewhat elderly Sam. There were several radio adaptations of the film. it has been reported that Bollywood filmmaker Rajeev Nath is remaking the film. and again in London in April 1991. with Charles McGraw as Rick and Marcel Dalio.[92] [93] A Blu-ray release with new special features came out on December 2. and on Theater of Romance on December 19. which at the time was distributed by Warner Home Video. 1943. was released in 2003. Another.[91] Reviewers were impressed with the new high-definition transfer of the film.[95] Since then. was authorized by Warner.[96] Attempts to recapture the magic of Casablanca in other settings. an all-female Japanese musical theater company. starring Bogart. 1944. 1944. but met with no success. containing the same special features as the 2003 DVD. Two other thirty-minute adaptations were aired: on Philip Morris Playhouse on September 3. containing the trailer and a making-of featurette (Warner Home Video reissued the DVD in 2000).[97] and Havana (1990). The two best-known were a thirty-minute adaptation on The Screen Guild Theater on April 26.[94] The Blu-ray was initially only released as an expensive gift set with a booklet. 2008. both considered prequels. The first aired from 1955 to 1956. Renault recommends fleeing to that Free French-held city) was planned. 2006.Casablanca (film) 125 Home media releases Casablanca was initially released on Betamax and VHS by Magnetic Video and later by CBS/Fox Video (as United Artists owned the rights at the time). Julius Epstein made two attempts to turn the film into a Broadway musical. and on VHS in 1992—both from MGM/UA Home Entertainment (distributing for Turner Entertainment). it is also available on DVD. starred David Soul as Rick.[98] have been poorly received. 1943. Everybody Comes to Rick's. and a newly remastered visual and audio presentation. There have been two short-lived television series based upon Casablanca. The book met with little success. One titled Brazzaville (in the final scene. and John Loder as Victor Laszlo.[102] David Thomson provided an unofficial sequel in his 1985 novel Suspects.[103] It produced a total of ten hour-long episodes. featuring Alan Ladd as Rick. It was eventually released as a stand-alone Blu-Ray in September 2009. and ran from November 2009 through February 2010. Ray Liotta as Sacha. talk began of producing a sequel.[105] The original play. in which Dooley Wilson reprised his role as Sam. a luggage tag and other assorted gift-type items. briefly broadcast on NBC in 1983. but never produced. and also tells of Rick's mysterious past in America. written by Michael Walsh and published in 1998. "a South American-set retooling of Casablanca". but neither made it to the stage.[104] A total of five hour-long episodes were produced. no studio has seriously considered filming a sequel or outright remake.[90] An HD DVD was released on November 14. containing audio commentaries.[107] . Presents. documentaries. Hedy Lamarr as Ilsa. Bergman.[106] The film was adapted into a musical by the Takarazuka Revue. set in a restaurant in southern India against a backdrop of the ethnic troubles in Sri Lanka."[99] The novel As Time Goes By. such as Caboblanco (1980). and Henreid. A subsequent two-disc special edition. It was next released on laserdisc in 1991. Sequels and other versions Almost from the moment Casablanca became a hit.

the ending of the film "set up for a swell twist when Rick sends her away on the plane with Victor.000. For now. much less visually interesting than its [109] Bogart's son Stephen said. but how this result could be engineered. During scriptwriting."[111] It was certainly impossible for Ilsa to leave Laszlo for Rick. not "factual". "emotional".[110] Another well-known story is that the actors did not know until the last day of shooting how the film was to end. but as Casey Robinson wrote to Hal Wallis before filming began. The original play (set entirely in the cafe) ended with Rick sending Ilsa and Victor to the airport. he canceled the request. he is not just solving a love triangle. in doing so. forcing her to carry on with the work that in these days is far more important than the love of two little people. While rewrites did occur during the filming." [96] Venus de Milo?" Rumors Several rumors and misconceptions have grown up around the film. overall. one being that Ronald Reagan was originally chosen to play Rick.[109] When Ted Turner of Turner Entertainment purchased MGM-UA's film library two years later.. The Library of Congress deemed that the color change differed so much from the original film that it gave a new copyright to Turner Entertainment.[112] The confusion was probably caused by Bergman's later statement that she did not know which man she was meant to be in love with. allowing Rick and Ilsa to leave together. before contracting American Film Technologies (AFT) in 1988. but by that time the studio already knew that he was due to go work for the army. as the production code forbade showing a woman leaving her husband for another man. writing for the Journal of Popular Film & Television criticized the colorization. Although Jack Matthews of the Los Angeles Times called the finished product "state of the art".[109] Turner later reacted to the criticism of the colorization. Casablanca in color ended up being much blander in appearance and. "if you're going to colorize Casablanca. it was mostly met with negative critical reception. Aljean Harmetz's examination of the scripts has shown that many of the key scenes were shot after Bergman knew how the film would end: any confusion was.Casablanca (film) 126 Colorization Casablanca was part of the film colorization controversy of the 1980s. When the colorized film debuted on WTBS. He is forcing the girl to live up to the idealism of her nature. not making the top-ten viewed cable shows for the week. the possibility was discussed of Laszlo being killed in Casablanca. "[Casablanca] is one of a handful of films that really doesn't have to be colorized. it was watched by three million viewers.[108] when a colorized version aired on the television station WTBS.. I did it because I wanted to. why not put arms on the 1942 predecessor. saying. All I'm trying to do is protect my investment. MGM-UA hired Color Systems Technology to colorize the film for $180.[5] . This originates in a press release issued by the studio early on in the film's development. and he was never seriously considered.[109] It was briefly available on home video. In 1984. AFT completed the colorization in two months at a cost of $450.000. "."[109] Stills from the controversial colorized version. Gary Edgerton. in Ebert's words. The concern was not whether Ilsa would leave with Laszlo.

Paris. it can clearly be seen that Rick's coat gets sopping wet from the heavy rain.[23] A classic MacGuffin. "You played it for her and you can play it for me.Casablanca (film) 127 Errors and inaccuracies The film has several logical flaws.[118] Six lines from Casablanca appeared in the AFI's movie quotes poll.He would be arrested on sight. and London. the foremost being the two "letters of transit" which enable their bearers to leave Vichy French territory. Sam. "We'll always have Paris" (43rd). "Round up the usual suspects" (32nd). during the scene where Rick leaves Paris on the train. however. but when he boards the train.. Rick says." When he feigns ignorance. for example. she responds. 1940. Major Strasser's military overcoat is seen both with and without epaulettes. I can! Play it!" Rick's remark to Ilsa. hoping that he will tell them the names of Resistance leaders in occupied Europe in exchange for Ilsa being allowed to leave for Lisbon. Prague. but has been attributed to something Bogart said to Bergman as he taught her poker between takes. A Vichy court martial had convicted de Gaulle of treason in absentia and sentenced him to life imprisonment on August 2. any violation of neutrality would reflect on Captain Renault. Sam.[114] The usual route out of Germany was through Vienna. I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" (20th). suggests that Strasser intentionally allows Laszlo to move about. In fact. Other mistakes include the wrong version of the flag for French Morocco and the fact no uniformed German troops ever set foot in Casablanca during the Second World War. let alone Laszlo: "People have been held in Casablanca in spite of their legal rights. in the final scene. Sam... . Weygand had been the Vichy Delegate-General for the North African colonies until a month before the film is set (and a year after it was written). she spots Sam and asks him to "Play it once. "Play it. Robert Aisner."[5] Harmetz. Famous quotations One of the lines most closely associated with the film — "Play it again. De Gaulle was the head of the Free French government in exile. is not in the draft screenplays. The English subtitles on the official DVD read de Gaulle. the most of any film (Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz were tied with three apiece). Also. The others were: "Louis." and "If she can stand it. alone with Sam. "Play it." Later that night. did follow the path to Morocco given in Casablanca's opening scene. Play 'As Time Goes By'. although the film's technical advisor. "Here's looking at you. despite being a Gestapo officer." In the same vein. Sam" — is a misquotation. According to the audio. According to Harmetz. for old times' sake. Rick suggests to Renault that the letters would not have allowed Ilsa to escape. the coat suddenly appears dry.[117] It was voted fifth most memorable line in cinema in the AFI's 100 Years…100 Movie Quotes by the American Film Institute. Ugarte says the letters had been signed by (depending on the listener) either Free French General Charles de Gaulle or Vichy General Maxime Weygand.[23] There are also the inevitable continuity errors. in reality few of the refugees depicted would actually have gone to Casablanca. kid". Major Strasser is seen wearing a Luftwaffe uniform. while the French subtitles specify Weygand. Play 'As Time Goes By'" (28th). she walks into mine" (67th). the letters were invented by Joan Allison for the original play and never questioned. though Laszlo asserts that the Nazis cannot arrest him as "This is still unoccupied France.[113] Even in the film. so a letter signed by him would have been of no benefit." Ebert points out that "It makes no sense that he could walk around freely. and "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world.[115] [116] When Ilsa first enters the Café Americain.

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Pictures May 21. while Joe meets and marries singer Pearl O'Neill (Julie Bishop). the SS Seawitch. his friend Joe Rossi (Humphrey Bogart). featuring Humphrey Bogart and Raymond Massey as sailors in the U. One of the crew jokes about getting a shore job. make it to a lifeboat along with other crewmen.[1] . 1943 126 minutes United States English Action in the North Atlantic is a 1943 war film directed by Lloyd Bacon. Merchant Marine in World War II. The film cuts to the union hall where merchant seamen . Then.spend their time waiting to be assigned to a new ship. Steve spends time with his wife Sarah (Ruth Gordon). The men swim to a raft and are rescued after 11 days adrift. During their brief liberty. and shame him into signing along for another ship. He and the first officer. it is back to sea on a new Liberty ship.Action in the North Atlantic 132 Action in the North Atlantic Action in the North Atlantic 1943 Movie Poster Directed by Lloyd Bacon Byron Haskin Raoul Walsh Jerry Wald [1] Produced by Written by Starring Music by John Howard Lawson Guy Gilpatric (story) Humphrey Bogart Raymond Massey Adolph Deutsch George Lipschultz (uncredited) Cinematography Ted D.S. The others prove unamused. McCord Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language George Amy Warner Bros. or maybe one on the Staten Island Ferry.including the survivor's of Jervis's last ship . on a convoy carrying vital war supplies to the Russians at Murmansk. When the U-boat crew start filming their plight they respond with rude gestures and are rammed.[2] Plot The oil tanker mastered by Captain Steve Jarvis (Raymond Massey) is sunk in the north Atlantic Ocean by a German U-boat.

until the stars." The studio donated three prints for official use at the U. As the war continued. Mississippi. both a bit intoxicated (being 'off-duty'). Because war restrictions did not permit filming at sea.one thing led to another. and at cadet basic schools in San Mateo. but Bacon wasn't willing to continue without one. A pair of Heinkel He 59 seaplanes find the freighter and attack. with the tanker sinking sequence shot first. New York. Robinson and George Raft initially cast in the starring roles. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. According to Bill Collins Presents the Golden Years of Hollywood. One persistent U-boat chases after the Seawitch. much combat action footage became available and the project was changed to a feature film with Edward G. which ran 45 days over schedule. but the convoy commander is forced to order his ships to disperse. both rarities in movies of this era. and all dialogue involving non-Americans was in the native tongue of the speaker. 1943. 133 Cast • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as First Officer Joe Rossi Raymond Massey as Captain Steve Jarvis Alan Hale. Sr. the film was shot entirely on Warner Brothers studio sound stages and back lots. Technical adviser Richard Sullivan was a 23-year-old Merchant Marine cadet who survived the sinking of his ship by a U-boat.Action in the North Atlantic Convoy 211 is attacked by a wolf pack. but the second crashes into the bow. and Pass Christian. According to a news item in the Hollywood Reporter on June 24. Joe orders the men to set fires and make smoke so that it appears as if the ship is sinking. Joe has to take command. but loses contact in the night. Robert Mitchum appeared in a one-line role. Bogie and Massey. The plot device of decoying a U-boat to surface by making the torpedoed ship appear to be sinking was repeated in the 1957 film The Enemy Below. Both are shot down. made the dive. watching their stunt men performing a dive off a burning ship. Warner fired him and brought in Byron Haskin to complete filming. There are losses on both sides. Steve is shot in the leg during the battle. California. started making bets on which stunt man was braver. themselves. Jack L. the ships sets were built in halves on two sound stages. The U-boat sights the ship again and hits her with a torpedo. Joe rams and sinks it. Production Warner Brothers' working title for the film was Heroes Without Uniforms. copies of Action in the North Atlantic were provided to the Merchant Marine schools for use in training when the War Shipping Administration judged that technical and educational material in the film would "aid considerably the training program. intended to be a two-reel documentary about the Merchant Marine... This film has a famous back-story. The Seawitch then limps into Murmansk to a warm Russian welcome. Warner wanted to wait until the film was finished before entering discussions about a new contract. . as Alfred "Boats" O'Hara Julie Bishop as Pearl O'Neill Ruth Gordon as Sarah Jarvis Sam Levene as "Chips" Abrams Dane Clark as Johnnie Pulaski Peter Whitney as "Whitey" Lara Dick Hogan as Cadet Ezra Parker In addition. Director Lloyd Bacon's contract with Warner Brothers expired during production.S. When the submarine surfaces to finish her off. Authentic models of German and Soviet airplanes were used in the film.

 7. p. [3] "Nominations . Hollywood in the Forties. ed (1994). Academy Awards. ISBN 0006383890. ISBN Not Given. Greenberg. External links • Action in the North Atlantic (http://tcmdb. Joel (1968). Halliwells Film Guide (10th edition).com/title/title. Zwemmer Limited.allmovie.jsp?stid=2637) at the TCM Movie Database • Action in the North Atlantic (http://www.com/work/764) at Allmovie . Harper Collins. Charles. [2] Higham.imdb. 96. "A". p.[3] References [1] John Walker. London: A.Action in the North Atlantic 134 Awards The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Writing (Best Original Story).1944".com/title/tt0035608/) at the Internet Movie Database • Action in the North Atlantic (http://www.

Best Cinematography (Black-and-White) and Best Supporting Actor by J. it was remade by Andre de Toth as a Western with Broderick Crawford called Last of the Comanches (1953) and by Brian Trenchard-Smith as an Australian made film set in the original World War II setting Sahara (1995 film) starring James Belushi in Bogart's role. Carrol Naish for his role as an Italian prisoner. Naish Dan Duryea Miklós Rózsa Starring Music by Cinematography Rudolph Maté Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Charles Nelson Columbia November 11. Later. 1943 97 minutes United States English Sahara is a 1943 war film directed by Zoltán Korda. . The film is a remake of Soviet film "The Thirteen" (1936) by Mikhail Romm.Sahara (1943 film) 135 Sahara (1943 film) Sahara Directed by Produced by Written by Zoltán Korda Harry Joe Brown Philip MacDonald (story) James O'Hanlon John Howard Lawson (screenplay) Humphrey Bogart Bruce Bennett Lloyd Bridges J.S. Humphrey Bogart stars as a U. tank commander in Libya during the Western Desert Campaign of World War II. The movie earned three Academy Award nominations: Best Sound.

turning back the tide of Rommel's Afrika Corps. among them a British doctor. the crew picks up a motley collection of stragglers. four assorted Commonwealth troops. commanded by U. a Luftwaffe pilot (Kurt Kreuger) strafes the tank.S. Army Sergeant Joe Gunn (Humphrey Bogart) and nicknamed Lulu Belle.[1] s Production notes The movie was filmed on location in the Imperial County portion of the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Now running out of water. the Germans attack and are beaten off again and again. is following close behind. providing only a trickle of water. The well has completely dried up by the time the Germans arrive. The two Germans are released.S. while he sends one of his men. they find it completely dry. The movie ends with news of the allied victory at the First Battle of El Alamein. Kurt Kreuger was quoted by the San Francisco Chronicle on the emotions inherent in making the film. and Ingram was so emotionally caught up in the scene that he kept pressing my face harder and harder. the defenders are killed. He decides to make a stand to DVD cover image delay the Germans any way he can. Carrol Naish). 1937) which. Gunn finds out from the two survivors of its crew that a German battalion. even though there is barely enough for Gunn's men. in which he portrayed a stereotypical Nazi: I was running across the dunes when Tambul jumped on top of me and pressed my head into the sand to suffocate me. . Waco (Bruce Bennett) away in the captured German vehicle in search of help. At a bombed-out field hospital. killing one of the British soldiers (Lloyd Bridges). but it is almost empty. where they encounter Allied troops led by Gunn's courier Waco. then in training. was influenced by John Ford’The Lost Patrol. and a Free French corporal (Louis Mercier). who volunteeers to lead them to a well at Hassan Barani. Arriving at the well. but one by one. However. becomes separated from its unit during a general retreat from Rommel's forces. A German half track arrives soon afterwards and Gunn's group ambushes it. Later. they pick up a Sudanese sergeant major (Rex Ingram) and his Italian prisoner (J. they are forced to detour to a desert well marked on Gunn's map. A standoff and battle of wills begins. Gunn and the only other Allied survivor disarm the Germans while they're drinking their fill and start marching them east. En route. In 1992. near the Salton Sea. using soldiers and equipment of the U.Sahara (1943 film) 136 Plot An M3 Lee tank. Eventually. The plot of the film (especially the scene with a bucket of water) closely resembles an earlier Mikhail Romm film The Thirteen (Russian: Тринадцать. Only Zoltán forgot to yell cut. to carry back an offer: "food for water". IV Armored Corps. desperate for water. in turn. who had managed to reach them. To Gunn's shock. Gunn pretends the well is full of water and negotiates to waste time. Gunn then changes the deal to "guns for water". They find it. but is shot down and captured. the thirst-maddened Germans' final assault turns into a full-blown surrender as they drop their weapons and claw across the sand towards the well. he discovers that a German shell that exploded in the well has refilled it by tapping into another source of water. as extras.

Carl Harbord Jean 'Frenchie' Leroux .com/title/tt0036323/) at the Internet Movie Database Sahara (1995 TV remake) (http://www.J.Rex Ingram British.imdb.Sahara (1943 film) Finally.Humphrey Bogart Jimmy Doyle . I went unconscious. com/ article/ 36500?page_no=2).imdb. External links • • • • • • Sahara (http://www. The Washington Post (on the New York Sun website).jsp?stid=88884) at the TCM Movie Database Sahara (http://www. Even the crew was transfixed. Bogart-style". imdb. user comments (http:/ / www.' [2] If Zoltán hadn't finally said cut. Nobody knew this. com/ title/ tt0028413/ ) [2] Adam Bernstein (July 21. 2006).Guy Kingsford Marty Williams . Retrieved 2008-02-16. South African and Sudanese: Axis: • Giuseppe .htm) .com/bogart.allmovie. 89. from Eve's Magazine (http://www.com/work/42578) at Allmovie Google Video (http://video.John Wengraf References [1] "Trinadtsat" at IMDB.Lloyd Bridges Osmond 'Ozzie' Bates . nysun.Dan Duryea 'Waco' Hoyt .com/title/title. Actor Portrayed Nazis (obituary)" (http:/ / www. watching this dramatic ‘ killing.Louis Mercier Sergeant Major Tambul . 137 Cast Americans: • • • • • • • • • • • Sergeant Joe Gunn . Carrol Naish • Captain von Schletow . it would have been all over for me.Richard Nugent Fred Clarkson .com/videoplay?docid=-1353522715562573994) "War in the Sahara. French.google.Antonio "Tony" Odello (not shown on screen) Captain Jason Halliday .Bruce Bennett Tank Driver (Lulubelle) .Patrick O'Moore Peter Stegman .evesmag. . "Kurt Kreuger.Kurt Kreuger • Major von Falken .com/title/tt0114324/) at the Internet Movie Database Sahara (http://tcmdb. as an afterthought.

Dennis Morgan. Edward Everett Horton and S. involving theater producers (Horton and Sakall) staging a wartime charity program. It was directed by David Butler and starred Eddie Cantor. Joan Leslie. Sakall. Olivia de Havilland. U. Z. only to have the production taken over by their egotistical star (Eddie Cantor. Meanwhile. [3] .Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) 138 Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) Thank Your Lucky Stars Directed by Produced by Written by David Butler Mark Hellinger Norman Panama (screenplay) Melvin Frank (screenplay) Eddie Cantor Joan Leslie Dennis Morgan Humphrey Bogart Bette Davis Olivia de Havilland Errol Flynn John Garfield Heinz Roemheld Starring Music by Cinematography Arthur Edeson Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Irene Morra Warner Bros. The film features the only screen musical numbers ever done by Bette Davis.A. an aspiring singer (Morgan) and his songwriter girlfriend (Leslie) conspire to get into the charity program by replacing Cantor with their look-alike friend. English Thank Your Lucky Stars is a 1943 film made by Warner Brothers as a World War II fundraiser. playing himself). Each of the cast members was paid a $50. Errol Flynn.S.[1] [2] The film was a musical with a slim plot. tour bus driver Joe Simpson (also played by Cantor. in a dual role). and Ida Lupino. including several who were not known as singers. Many of Warner Brothers stars performed in musical numbers.000 fee for their appearance which was then donated to the Hollywood Canteen. Pictures 1943 124 min.

No Me" by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland) "We're Staying Home Tonight" by Eddie Cantor "Hotcha Cornia" by Spike Jones & His City Slickers Other Cameo Appearances • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart John Garfield Don Wilson David Butler Mark Hellinger Madame Sul-Te-Wan Doodles Weaver External links • Thank Your Lucky Stars [6] at the Internet Movie Database • Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) [7] at the TCM Movie Database • Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) [8] at Allmovie Notes and references [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Variety film review." [4] Ticket sales combined with the donated salaries of the performers raised more than two million dollars for the Hollywood Canteen. ISBN 0-316-90880-0 p 195 http:/ / www. August 18. Harrison's Reports film review. Brown and Company. Gene. page 136. and the critic James Agee called it "the loudest and most vulgar of the current musicals. Spada. imdb. Little. August 21.. com/ title/ tt0036422/ http:/ / tcmdb. Good Neighbor" by Dennis Morgan with an accompanying dance by Alexis Smith "Ice Cold Katie" by Hattie McDaniel and Willie Best "Goin' North" by Jack Carson and Alan Hale "They're Either Too Young. Or Too Old" by Bette Davis. jsp?stid=1180 http:/ / www. 1943. ISBN 0-316-90880-0 p 194 Ringgold. James. More Than a Woman. The Films of Bette Davis. 1993. allmovie. Little. also performed as a reprise by Olivia de Havilland.Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943 film) The film was popular with audiences. p 123 Spada. com/ work/ 1:49246 . Ida Lupino and George Tobias "Love Isn't Born (It's Made)" by Ann Sheridan "Ridin' For a Fall" by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland) "Good Night. 1993. More Than a Woman. It is also the most fun. com/ title/ title. Cadillac Publishing Co. followed by a jitterbug performance by Davis and a dance contest winner. 1943. page 10. [5] 139 Musical numbers "Thank Your Lucky Stars" by Dinah Shore "How Sweet You Are" by Dinah Shore "The Dreamer" by Dinah Shore. 1966. James. Brown and Company. Conrad Weidel "That's What You Jolly Well Get" by Errol Flynn "No You.

Peter Lorre. February 16. Claude Rains. Victor Francen. The screenplay was by Casey Robinson and Jack Moffitt from the novel Sans Patrie (Men Without Country) by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall. Michèle Morgan (who had been the original choice for Casablanca). Sydney Greenstreet. The film reunited much of the cast of Casablanca (1942). and Helmut Dantine. Philip Dorn and George Tobias are also featured. Warner (executive producer) Casey Robinson Jack Moffitt Charles Nordhoff (novel) James Norman Hall (novel) Humphrey Bogart Claude Rains Michèle Morgan Philip Dorn Sydney Greenstreet Peter Lorre Helmut Dantine Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography James Wong Howe Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Owen Marks Warner Bros. 1944 109 minutes United States English Passage to Marseille is a 1944 war film made by Warner Brothers. Warner as executive producer. . including Humphrey Bogart. Wallis with Jack L. The music score was by Max Steiner and the cinematography was by James Wong Howe. Wallis Jack L.Passage to Marseille 140 Passage to Marseille Passage to Marseille Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Michael Curtiz Hal B. directed by Michael Curtiz and produced by Hal B. also directed by Curtiz.

there is no message. in great part due to the escapees. This opens into the first flashback. So. and a collaborationist Vichy government has been set up. The film opens at an airbase in England during World War II. Petit (George Tobias). Renault (Philip Dorn) and their leader. the convicts join the Free French forces. Five convicts are found adrift in a small canoe in the Caribbean Sea: Marius (Peter Lorre). live in occupied France. A crusading newspaper publisher. set on the tramp steamer Ville de Nancy just before the defeat of France by the Germans.Passage to Marseille 141 Plot It is one of the few films to use a flashback within a flashback within a flashback. Free French Captain Freycinet (Claude Rains) tells a journalist the story of the French pilots stationed there. His wife Paula (Michèle Morgan) and their son. Matrac becomes a gunner on a bomber. Garou (Helmut Dantine). to fight for France in her Bogart as Jean Matrac hour of need. Pro-Vichy passenger Major Duval (Sydney Greenstreet) organizes an attempt to seize control of the ship. Matrac had been framed for murder to shut him up. Matrac (Humphrey Bogart). the captain secretly decides not to deliver his valuable cargo to the Germans. Upon hearing the news. That leads to another flashback (the third). after each mission. When they reach England. whom he has never seen. in which the inmates recount Matrac's troubles in pre-war France to convince the old man to choose Matrac to lead the escape. Cast As appearing in the screen credits:[1] Michèle Morgan as Paula . they tell Captain Patain Malo (Victor Francen) the story of their escape from the French prison colony at Cayenne in French Guiana (the second flashback). a fervently patriotic ex-convict. By the time the Ville de Nancy nears the port of Marseille. Matrac has been killed in combat. They had been recruited by Grandpère (Vladimir Sokoloff). This time however. he flies over their house and drops a letter. but is defeated. following the narrative structure of the novel on which it is based. Taken aboard. France has surrendered to Nazi Germany.

Bogart's portrayal was hampered by marital difficulties and a lack of commitment to the project. p. Jeffrey. Based on a Nordhoff-Hall novel. A. although censors actually cut a scene in the foreign version that showed Bogart's character machine gunning German pilots. ISBN 0-68807-539-8. but due to a conflict with Jack Warner over another prospective film Conflict. 1.. Air Progress Aviation Vol. 218. Spring 1983. • Meyers. ISBN 0-233-99144-1. with Jean Gabin being touted as a replacement. . com/ title/ tt0037166/ fullcredits) Mayers 1997.. • Hardwick. Jack and Ed Schnepf. 1997. "A Buff's Guide to Aviation Movies".[4] Although the flying sequences show the Free French Air Force (French: Forces Aériennes Françaises Libres. • Sperber. principal photography by James Wong Howe actually took place at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden in Arcadia. References Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] Passage to Marseille Full credits (http:/ / www.Passage to Marseille 142 Actor Humphrey Bogart Claude Rains Michèle Morgan (as Michele Morgan) Philip Dorn Sydney Greenstreet Peter Lorre George Tobias Helmut Dantine John Loder Victor Francen Vladimir Sokoloff Role Jean Matrac Captain Freycinet Paula Renault Major Duval Marius Petit Garou Manning Captain Patain Malo Grandpère Eduardo Ciannelli (as Edward Ciannelli) Chief Engineer Production Although exotic locales were called for.M. 7. Sperber and Law 1997. his starring role as Matrac was in jeopardy. 217–218. pp. the story veered into propaganda near the end. ISBN 0-86124-229-7. London: Bison Books. Edward F. 1985. Sperber and Law 1997. FAFL) using B-17 Flying Fortress bombers.[2] Before Bogart began work on the film. Bogart: A Life in Hollywood. 1997. p. the production took liberties with the actual bombing campaign carried out by [5] the Free French units. Bogart. Jr. California. The use of the ubiquitous B-17 was due to its being recognizable to American audiences. No. Hardwick and Schnepf 1983 Bibliography • Dolan. Hollywood Goes to War. imdb. California with further location shooting at Victorville.[3] Although the issue was decided. preproduction had been underway for six months. 156. and Eric Lax. London: Andre Deutsch Ltd. New York: William Morrow & Co.

jsp?stid=86320) at the TCM Movie Database .Passage to Marseille 143 External links • Passage to Marseille (http://www.com/title/title.com/work/37350) at Allmovie • Passage to Marseille (http://tcmdb.com/title/tt0037166/) at the Internet Movie Database • Passage to Marseille (http://www.imdb.allmovie.

in her first film. the story was extensively altered for the film.[1] [2] It was directed by Howard Hawks and starred Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. October 11.To Have and Have Not (film) 144 To Have and Have Not (film) To Have and Have Not Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on Howard Hawks Howard Hawks Jack L. Although it is nominally based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway. Warner Jules Furthman William Faulkner To Have and Have Not by Ernest Hemingway Humphrey Bogart Walter Brennan Lauren Bacall Dolores Moran Hoagy Carmichael William Lava Franz Waxman Starring Music by Cinematography Sidney Hickox Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Christian Nyby Warner Bros. 1944 100 minutes United States English To Have and Have Not is a 1944 romance-war-adventure film. .

and Marie leave Martinique. As soon as Eddie returns. Harry ends up smuggling Helene (Dolores Moran) and Paul de Bursac (Walter Szurovy). Bursac asks for Harry's assistance. was on the payroll. M. an American wanderer who has come to the island. and Paul is wounded before they escape. who have recognized Harry's boat the previous night. Eddie (Walter Brennan). he. fishing customer Dan Seymour as Capt. In this exotic location. Johnson (Walter Sande). Meanwhile. After filming began. a romance developed between Bacall and Humphrey Bogart. Harry is surprised to find that Marie has stayed in Martinique to be with him.To Have and Have Not (film) 145 Plot The film is set in Fort de France. Harry is spotted by a patrol boat. At gunpoint. Dark Passage.[3] After picking up his passengers. Helene de Bursac Hoagy Carmichael as Cricket Sheldon Leonard as Lt. helping with the script.[4] Later. so that he can take the Bursacs to Devil's Island. This romance eventually led to the end of Bogart's marriage to Mayo Methot. Renard Aldo Nadi as Renard's bodyguard Paul Marion as Beauclere Production Howard Hughes sold the book rights to independent director Howard Hawks. He refuses. Coyo • • • • • Walter Szurovy as Paul de Bursac (as Walter Molnar) Marcel Dalio as Gerard (Frenchy) Walter Sande as Johnson. under the Vichy regime in the summer of 1940. Harry removes the bullet from Bursac's shoulder and learns that the de Bursacs have been assigned to help a man escape from Devil's Island. “out of print and broke”. . commonly known as Frenchy (Marcel Dalio). Hawks' wife "Slim" noticed Bacall on the cover of Harper's Bazaar and showed the photo to her husband. The onscreen chemistry between the two would continue in The Big Sleep. in custody and will coerce him to tell the truth about the boat's cargo. who soon sought out Bacall and signed her for the role. Martinique. the world-weary fishing-boat captain Harry Morgan (Humphrey Bogart) is urged to help the French Resistance smuggle some people onto the island. reveal that they have Harry's alcoholic buddy. his third wife. Harry forces Police Captain Renard (Dan Seymour) to arrange for Eddie's release and sign harbor passes. but Harry turns him down.[6] This was Lauren Bacall's first film. until the client. William Faulkner. a romance develops between Harry and Marie Browning (Lauren Bacall). at the age of 19. Broke.[5] Cast • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Harry "Steve" Morgan • Walter Brennan as Eddie Lauren Bacall as Marie "Slim" Browning Dolores Moran as Mme. and Key Largo. despite the disapproval of Hawks. Harry. Slim says goodbye to her piano-playing friend Cricket (Hoagy Carmichael). asks Harry to rent him his boat for one night to transport some members of the resistance. the police. who has been hiring out his fishing boat (and owes him $825) is shot before paying him. At Frenchy's request. shortly after the fall of France. who sold them to Warner Bros. and to Bacall and Bacall and Bogart Bogart getting married. The hotel owner Gerard.

Steve? You just put your lips together and. 146 Music Hoagy Carmichael plays Cricket. But those fears proved groundless. Adaptations To Have and Have Not was adapted as an hour-long radio play on the October 14..To Have and Have Not (film) Although Hawks had a high regard for Hemingway's works in general. and she did the singing herself. written by Harry Akst and Grant Clarke. don't you. is performed by Carmichael and Bacall. The film preserves the book's title. near the end. the future singing star." and told Hemingway so. and the names and characteristics of some of the characters. especially in the legendary "You know how to whistle. "Am I Blue?". a "bunch of junk.. Bacall's part was greatly extended to take advantage of the Bogart-Bacall chemistry. including Hawks and Bacall. According to authoritative sources. because of fears that she lacked the necessary vocal skills. but nothing from beyond the first fifth of the volume.. this was not Bacall. was directed by Michael Curtiz and stars John Garfield.100 movie quotes list) scene." co-written with Stanley Adams. "Hong Kong Blues. . the piano player in the hotel bar.[9] In addition. 1946 broadcast of Lux Radio Theater with Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall reprising their screen roles. blow" (a quote which sits at #34 on AFI's 100 years. It shifted the action to southern California and made Garfield a former PT Boat captain. William Faulkner. dubbed the singing for Bacall. "The Rhumba Jumps". Another Carmichael song. Bacall sings "How Little We Know. he considered To Have and Have Not his worst book. although Sloane's interpretation was less overtly comic than Brennan's. whose "good neighbor" policy led them not to want to show Cuba in an unfavorable light. with Hoagy Carmichael in the background on piano true. Remakes The second film version of To Have and Have Not. titled The Gun Runners (1958). The screenplay was further developed by Jules Furthman. The setting was moved from Cuba to Martinique in order to placate the Roosevelt administration. and. The third film version.. titled The Breaking Point (1950). an intense rival of Hemingway." written by Carmichael and Johnny Mercer. was directed by Don Siegel and stars Audie Murphy in the Bogart/Garfield role and Everett Sloane in Walter Brennan's role as the alcoholic sidekick.[7] [8] Hawks and Hemingway worked on the story together. by Mercer and Carmichael. was also used. There is a persistent myth that a teenage Andy Williams. is performed by the Martinique band. Williams and some female singers were tested to dub for Bacall.

Gerald (1982). jsp?stid=3190 [6] Sperber and Lax 1997. com/ tcmdb/ title. broadcast September 23.To Have and Have Not (film) 147 References Notes [1] Variety film review.com/work/1:50157) at Allmovie . ISBN 0-8160-3467-2. 1944. PBS. October 11. [7] Hawks telling Hemingway he could film his worst book and that this one was "a bunch of junk": interview with Hawks by Joseph McBride for the Directors' Guild of America. The New York Times. p. 257). 1977. Bosley. "Movies: About To Have and Have Not" (http:/ / movies. [4] http:/ / www. nytimes. • Oliver. Ernest Hemingway A to Z: The Essential Reference to the Life and Work. [2] Harrison's Reports film review. New York: Oxford University Press.com/title/title. Storyteller. . filmsite. com/ movie/ 50157/ To-Have-and-Have-Not/ overview). (1999). External links • To Have and Have Not (http://www. quoted at length in Mast. p. American Masters. October 21–23. 2008. Howard Hawks. [8] You Must Remember This (retrospective for Warner Brothers' 85th anniversary). [3] Crowther. 250.jsp?stid=3190) at the TCM Movie Database • To Have and Have Not (http://www. page 168. He says "the film's many upstairs sequences are Faulkner's primary contribution to the film's conception" (p. Charles M. tcm. Bibliography • Mast. p. org/ toha.allmovie. page 12. 1944.com/title/tt0037382/) at the Internet Movie Database • To Have and Have Not (http://tcmdb. 2010. [9] Mast relates the contributions of each of the people who worked on the screenplay.imdb. October 14. 21. ISBN 0-19-503091-5. Retrieved May 25. html [5] http:/ / www. private publication of the Directors' Guild. New York: Checkmark. 243.

not Greenstreet. Warner as executive producer from a screenplay by Arthur T. Alexis Smith and Sydney Greenstreet. Professor Norman Holdsworth (Charles Drake). He does not deny it. but has resigned himself to leaving things as they are. produced by William Jacobs with Jack L. The film is the only one which Bogart and Greenstreet [1] co-starred and Bogart. Mark Hamilton (Sydney Greenstreet). Kathryn . was the villain or corrupt character. But on their fifth wedding anniversary.Conflict (1945 film) 148 Conflict (1945 film) Conflict Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Curtis Bernhardt William Jacobs Alfred Neumann (story) Robert Siodmak (story) Arthur T. It was directed by Curtis Bernhardt. Evelyn meets with Mark's handsome young colleague. Kathryn accuses Richard of having fallen in love with her younger sister. Evelyn Turner (Alexis Smith). Plot On the surface. since he is certain Kathryn would not give him a divorce. Horman Dwight Taylor Humphrey Bogart Alexis Smith Sydney Greenstreet Frederick Hollander Starring Music by Cinematography Merritt B. Richard (Humphrey Bogart) and Kathryn Mason (Rose Hobart) appear to be a happily married couple. June 15. Gerstad Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. who is visiting them. It starred Humphrey Bogart. Horman and Dwight Taylor. based on the story The Pentacle by Alfred Neumann and Robert Siodmak. 1945 86 minutes United States English Conflict (1945) is a black-and-white suspense film noir made by Warner Brothers. On the way home. At a party celebrating the couple's anniversary hosted by family friend and psychologist Dr.

She is undecided. Finally. The ploy works. When he goes to the pawn shop. He returns home in time to set up an alibi by meeting with employees he had summoned. He tells her he loves her. with the background strings translating the scent of perfume. something Richard should have had no way of knowing. Kathryn's corpse was found. the opening trucking shot through the rain-soaked night up to the window of the Mason house. things happen to make Richard wonder if Kathryn somehow survived. he pushes her car down a steep slope. so Evelyn decides to move home. Egan Ann Shoemaker as ora Grant Edwin Stanley as Phillips Critical reaction Film historians Alain Silver and Elizabeth Ward comment. Richard crashes their car and suffers a broken leg.Conflict (1945 film) suggests to Evelyn that their mother is lonely. Richard returns to the murder scene to see if her body is there. He then decides to take desperate action. he finds Kathryn's locket. addressed in what appears to be his wife's handwriting. When she tells Richard. He suggests exercise. a woman looking and dressed like his wife passes by on the street while he is in a shop. and the sinister appearance of Bogart as he steps out of the shadows to murder his wife. when he opens the safe. his puzzled physician. and that she must feel the same about him. but she strongly denies it. Grant Patrick O'Moore as Det. when Richard and Evelyn identify a cameo ring found in his possession as belonging to the missing woman. Distracted by this unwelcome news. Mark suggests Richard and Evelyn join him on a fishing vacation to relieve the strain. but Richard was not told. Norman Holsworth Grant Mitchell as Dr. but when he has the owner show him the place a few minutes later. He later finds her key to a home safe. it dislodges some logs which crash down and hide the automobile. Lt. At the last minute. so a car trip to a mountain resort is arranged. even after his leg has healed. there is no one there. However. He then notifies the police that she is missing. He had given himself away to Mark when he told detectives she was wearing a rose the last time he saw her. Richard has to stay home to do some work. Mark Hamilton Rose Hobart as Kathryn Mason Charles Drake as Prof. First. Mark also invites Holdsworth. Then Richard smells Kathryn's perfume in their bedroom. "The film is particularly memorable for the use of the song 'Tango of Love' as leitmotif to indicate the putative reappearance of Katherine. Mark gave Kathryn the rose after she had left her husband. the police and Mark Hamilton are there waiting to arrest him. Realizing his mistake. Richard pretends to require a wheelchair. the tramp admits to having stolen it from a woman matching Kathryn's description after her disappearance."book1 . Afterward. who takes the opportunity to ask Evelyn to marry him. diagnoses the problem as psychological. It turns out that it was all designed to make Richard incriminate himself. he believes her hesitation is because of him. Richard walks unexpectedly out of the fog and kills her. Then a pawn shop claim ticket is mailed to Richard. 149 Cast • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Richard Mason Alexis Smith as Evelyn Turner Sydney Greenstreet as Dr. which allows the audience to eavesdrop on the dinner party. not physical. Doctor Grant (Grant Mitchell). She is blocked on a narrow deserted mountain road by a parked car. he has Kathryn go on ahead by herself. He follows her to an apartment. her wedding ring is inside. a hobo is picked up by the police. he encourages Holdsworth to try again.

Conflict (1945 film) 150 References [1] Silver. Film Noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style.com/title/tt0037611/) at the Internet Movie Database • Conflict (http://www. Woodstock.jsp?stid=95) at the TCM Movie Database . 3rd edition. page 13. eds. New York: The Overlook Press. Alain. ISBN 0-87951-479-5.allmovie. film noir analysis by Bob Porfiero. and Elizabeth Ward. External links • Conflict (http://www.imdb.com/work/10771) at Allmovie • Conflict (http://tcmdb. 1992.com/title/title.

S. the first film version of Raymond Chandler's 1939 novel of the same name." William Faulkner. historically. August 23. and Jules Furthman co-wrote the screenplay. It stars Humphrey Bogart as detective Philip Marlowe and Lauren Bacall as the [3] female lead in a film about the "process of a criminal investigation. ." and added it to the National Film Registry. In 1997. Library of Congress deemed this film "culturally. 1946 115 minutes (released cut) 116 minutes (re-released original cut) United States English Country Language The Big Sleep is a 1946 film noir[1] [2] directed by Howard Hawks. Leigh Brackett.The Big Sleep (1946 film) 151 The Big Sleep (1946 film) The Big Sleep theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Howard Hawks Howard Hawks Novel: Raymond Chandler Screenplay: William Faulkner Leigh Brackett Jules Furthman Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Sidney Hickox Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Christian Nyby Warner Bros. or aesthetically significant. not its results. the U.

" Agnes Lozelle (Sonia Darrin). Marlowe holds him at gunpoint. Vivian Rutledge (Lauren Bacall). giving Marlowe ten minutes to prepare. Marlowe meets Agnes where she reveals that she's seen Mona Mars near Realito by an auto repair shop. She initially claims ignorance about the murder of Geiger but then insists Brody killed Geiger. a gambler who previously blackmailed General Sternwood. owes to bookseller. In the morning. Marlowe follows Vivian to Joe Brody's apartment. Jr. small-time gangster Eddie Mars (John Ridgely). Marlowe goes to Geiger's "rare book shop. then returns home to find Carmen waiting for him. who wants her photos. when Marlowe goes to meet Jones. Mona leaves when Marlowe tells her about Jones' death. Mars admits that he covered up Carmen's murder of Regan and was blackmailing Vivian. Marlowe follows and apprehends Carol Lundgren. After Brody admits he was blackmailing both General Sternwood and Vivian. Mars runs out. Marlowe follows Geiger to his house and hears a gunshot and a woman scream. he is suddenly shot and killed. Geiger's assistant. poisons him. the detritus of an illegal pornography operation. Marlowe unsuccessfully presses Vivian on her connection with Mars. Carmen. He finds Geiger's body and Carmen. an associate of Agnes. but his men. When Mars arrives. During the drive back to Geiger's bungalow. where he asks about Regan. Vivian fears for Marlowe's life and frees him. Carmen Sternwood (Martha Vickers). and later. as well as a hidden camera with an empty cartridge. Marlowe returns to Geiger's house where he finds Carmen. When they arrive back. She suspects her father's true motive for calling in a detective is to find his friend Sean Regan. Marlowe calls the police. telling them that Mars killed Regan. However. Marlowe then kills Canino and they leave together. They are interrupted by the owner of the home. a hired killer. minds the shop. allowing him to get to his car and his gun. waiting to ambush Marlowe. and discovers that they are packing up the store. who has killed Brody in revenge for Geiger's death.[4] [5] . Vivian comes to Marlowe's office with scandalous pictures of Carmen she received with a blackmail demand for the negatives. where they join Brody and Agnes. Marlowe follows a car leaving the bookstore to the apartment of Joe Brody (Louis Jean Heydt). who had mysteriously disappeared a month earlier. who is supposed to have run off with Mars' wife. The wealthy general wants to resolve gambling debts his daughter. As Marlowe is leaving. conveys an offer from her to reveal the location of Mars' wife for $200.). Geiger's former driver. Marlowe visits Mars' casino. They arrange to meet at Geiger's house.The Big Sleep (1946 film) 152 Plot Private detective Philip Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart) calls on new client General Sternwood (Charles Waldron) at his Los Angeles mansion. Canino attacks Marlowe and he wakes to find himself locked up with Mona and Vivian. Marlowe returns to Geiger's bookstore. In Realito. Arthur Gwynn Geiger. shoot and kill him. Canino. Breaking into the house. Harry Jones (Elisha Cook. stops him. Marlowe learns that Regan has been found in Mexico. the assailant flees. Mrs. Marlowe takes the photos and sends Vivian and Carmen home. Vivian unconvincingly tries to claim she killed Sean Regan. Marlowe calls Eddie Mars and says that he is still in Realito at the payphone. General Sternwood's older daughter. She admits she didn't like Regan and mentions that Mars calls Vivian frequently. Mars is evasive and tells Marlowe that Vivian is running up debts in his casino.

Producer Jack Warner agreed. was unavailable. Because the war was ending. which had begun with To Have and Have Not and their marriage. The cinematic release of The Big Sleep is regarded as more successful than the pre-release version (see below). and new scenes. During filming. thus far. Jr. such as ration stamps (including references to dead bodies as "red points. They sent a cable to Chandler." referring to wartime meat rationing). are laid out. while The Big Sleep's subject was not time-sensitive. the studio feared the public might lose interest in the films. The reshot. pictures of President Franklin D. Yet movie-star aficionados prefer it to the film noir version because they consider the Bogart-Bacall appearances more important than a well-told story. were added. and a woman taxi driver who says to Bogart: "I'm your girl. Because of the two versions created by the reshooting. period dialogue. Mars' flunky (uncredited) Trevor Bardette as Art Huck (uncredited) Theodore von Eltz as Arthur Gwynn Geiger (uncredited) Production and release The Big Sleep is known for its convoluted plot. Charles K. which led the producers to delete much of Vickers' performance to enhance Bacall's. who told a friend in a later letter: "They sent me a wire . Brown as Norris Bob Steele as Lash Canino Elisha Cook. the salesgirl at A.The Big Sleep (1946 film) 153 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Philip Marlowe Lauren Bacall as Vivian Sternwood Rutledge John Ridgely as Eddie Mars Martha Vickers as Carmen Sternwood Dorothy Malone as Acme Bookstore proprietress Peggy Knudsen as Mona Mars Regis Toomey as Chief Inspector Bernie Ohls Charles Waldron as General Sternwood Charles D. Mars' flunky (uncredited) Tom Fadden as Sidney.[6] After its completion. see Roger Ebert's "Great Movies" essay on the film. The reshot ending featured Peggy Knudsen as "Mona Mars" because Pat Clark. there is a substantial difference in content of some twenty minutes between them.[3] Novelist Raymond Chandler said Martha Vickers (Carmen) overshadowed Lauren Bacall (Vivian) in their scenes together.J. such as the sexually suggestive racehorse dialogue." The "Bogie and Bacall" phenomenon. although the difference in running time is two minutes. Attentive observers will note indications of the film's wartime production. the originally cast actress. Geiger bookstore (uncredited) Ben Welden as Pete. Roosevelt. did not release The Big Sleep until they had turned out a backlog of war-related films. as Harry Jones Louis Jean Heydt as Joe Brody Sonia Darrin as Agnes Lowzier. revised The Big Sleep was released on 23 August 1946. asking me. and dammit I didn't know either". although some complain it is confusing and difficult to follow.. This may be due in part to the omission of a long conversation between Marlowe and the Los Angeles District Attorney where facts of the case. For an example of this point of view.. was in full swing by the end of the war. Warner Bros. Bacall's agent. asked that portions of the film be reshot to capitalize on their chemistry and counteract the negative press Bacall had received for her 1945 performance in Confidential Agent. Feldman.[7] . allegedly neither the director nor the screenwriters knew whether chauffeur Owen Taylor was murdered or had killed himself.

the complex of blackmail and murder soon becomes a web of utter bafflement. then illegal and associated with organized crime. In the novel Carmen is definitely the culprit."who still hasn't learned to act" and notes:[9] The Big Sleep is one of those pictures in which so many cryptic things occur amid so much involved and devious plotting that the mind becomes utterly confused.. the brilliant detective in the case is continuously making shrewd deductions which he stubbornly keeps to himself. or why. the cunning script-writers have done little to clear it at the end. the writers (William Faulkner. an accessory to murder. To ensure the film would be approved by the Hays Office. The only reason to see the earlier version is to go behind the scenes. who included the film in his list of "Great Movies". Ebert preferred the 1946 version. He stated: The new scenes [of the 1946 version] add a charge to the film that was missing in the 1945 version.[8] In the novel. to imply that Mars killed Regan himself because Regan was romancing Mars's wife. to learn how the tone and impact of a movie can be altered with just a . so long as the talk is hard and the action harder" but insists that "the plot's crazily mystifying.[8] Reception 1946 version At the time of its 1946 release. sexual themes. it calls Bogart "by far the strongest" of its assets and says Hawks. Jules Furthman and Leigh Brackett) wrote one of the most quotable of screenplays: it's unusual to find yourself laughing in a movie not because something is funny but because it's so wickedly clever. the film edits the original story. nightmare blur is an asset. The sexual orientation of Geiger and Lundgren goes unmentioned in the film because homosexuality was prohibited. rather. "even on the chaste screen.[8] Hence.[11] praises the film's writing:[3] Working from Chandler's original words and adding spins of their own. which would have run afoul of the Hollywood Production Code.. And. is in reference to both films. this is a case where "studio interference" was exactly the right thing. points out that Bacall is a "dangerous looking female" . voyeurism and fornication. Marlowe's love interest. discreetly laced with hints of dope addiction.manages to get down a good deal of the glamorous tawdriness of big-city low life. Note that the above quote is not specific to the 1945 version but. What with two interlocking mysteries and a great many characters involved. Unfortunately. Likewise. Carmen is described as being nude in Geiger's house . to make it more aggravating. In fact. but that would have made Vivian. He then convinced Vivian that her sister committed the crime during one of her mental blackouts so that he could blackmail the Sternwood family.The Big Sleep (1946 film) 154 Effects of the Hays Code Killer's identity There is some confusion as to the identity of the killer. Bosley Crowther said the film leaves the viewer "confused and dissatisfied". Geiger is selling pornography. some changes had to be made.. and is also a homosexual having a relationship with Lundgren.. Time called the film "wakeful fare for folks who don't care what is going on. Sexuality Another primary focus of the Hays Office censorship polices was restricting. if not prohibiting outright. and only one of many". Carmen had to be fully dressed."[10] 1997 release of the 1945 original cut Film critic Roger Ebert. and the pornographic elements could only be alluded to with cryptic references to photographs of Carmen wearing a "Chinese dress" and sitting in a "Chinese chair".

Re-release In the late 1990s. along with a comparative documentary about the cinematic and content differences between Hawks's film noir and the Warner Brothers "movie star" version. . page 10. 1946" (http:/ / www. 2000 [7] Hiney. . Eric (April 25. . [6] Hiney. Chicago Sun-Times. and MacShane. Retrieved 2009-12-16. . single-layer disc. "Detailed Analysis of the Big Sleep" (http:/ / www. with the 1946 movie star version on side-A. As for the 1946 version that we have been watching all of these years. [4] "Overview for The Big Sleep (1946)" (http:/ / www. and a touch less zingy interplay between Bogart and Bacall.The Big Sleep (1946 film) few scenes.00. it is one of the great film noirs. and the original version of The Big Sleep was released in art-house cinemas in 1997 for a short exhibition run. washingtonpost. com/ time/ magazine/ article/ 0. and MacShane. Retrieved 2009-12-16. 1946. F. html) [9] Crowther.. nytimes. artsreformation. T. [12] Brace. . Aug. Time. "The Raymond Chandler Papers". 1946). Notes [1] Variety film review. [5] Dirks. suntimes. Empire magazine added The Big Sleep to their Masterpiece collection in the October 2007 issue. ." 155 Awards and honors In 2003. filmsite. org/ bigs. Tim.[12] DVD The authorized DVD is a double-sided. led by American magazine publisher Hugh Hefner.. dll/ section?category=greatmovies_intro). htm). "The Original 'Big Sleep': Rise and Shine" (http:/ / www. com/ apps/ pbcs. "The Big Sleep. html). page 131. Retrieved 2009-12-16. "Introduction to Great Movies" (http:/ / rogerebert. 2000 [8] The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 (Hays Code) (http:/ / www. Atlantic Monthly Press. 21 March 1949. Atlantic Monthly Press. Letter to Jamie Hamilton. F. The Washington Post.9171.[3] In a 1997 review. [11] Ebert. Turner Classic Movies. to find a tone of voice that keeps its distance. August 26. and the 1945 film noir version on side-B. dll/ article?AID=/ 19970622/ REVIEWS08/ 401010360/ 1023). a black-and-white symphony that exactly reproduces Chandler's ability. page 105. filmsite. . Roger. Bosley (August 24. Retrieved 2009-12-16. Letter to Jamie Hamilton. . Benefactors. com/ movie/ review?res=9F00E5DB143FE73ABC4C51DFBE66838D659EDE). raised the money to pay for its restoration. page 67. jsp?scarlettTitleId=45). and yet is wry and humorous and cares. html). 1997). AFI named protagonist Philip Marlowe the 32nd greatest hero in film. Eric Brace of The Washington Post wrote that the 1945 original had a "sightly slower pace than the one released a year later. 1946. Warner Film in Which Bogart and Bacall Are Paired Again" (http:/ / movies. T. August 17. "The Raymond Chandler Papers". suntimes. Roger (June 22. on the page. 1997). with an edited version of the 1997 comparative documentary. 1946. That version had been released to the military to play to troops in the South Pacific. com/ apps/ pbcs. com/ a001/ hays-code. August 14. a pre-release version — director Hawks's original cut — was found in the UCLA Film and Television Archive. but it’still an unqualified s [12] masterpiece. time. [2] Harrison's Reports film review. Chicago Sun-Times. 26. tcm. com/ wp-srv/ style/ longterm/ movies/ review97/ bigsleepbrace. Retrieved 2009-12-16. 30 May 1946.org. Retrieved 2008-06-07. Retrieved 2009-12-16. com/ tcmdb/ title. [10] "Cinema: The New Pictures. The New York Times. "The Big Sleep (1946)" (http:/ / rogerebert. [3] Ebert.933610.

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He was accused of killing a rich old man named Chandler because he was in love with his beautiful young wife Coral (Lizabeth Scott). paratroopers Captain Murdock (Humphrey Bogart) and Sergeant Johnny Drake (William Prince) are mysteriously ordered to travel to Washington. where he learns Drake is dead – burned to death in a car accident. Garrett Humphrey Bogart Lizabeth Scott Marlin Skiles Starring Music by Cinematography Leo Tover Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gene Havlick Columbia Pictures January 2. 1947 (US) 100 minutes United States English Dead Reckoning is a 1947 Columbia Pictures film noir starring Humphrey Bogart and Lizabeth Scott and featuring Morris Carnovsky.Dead Reckoning (film) 157 Dead Reckoning (film) Dead Reckoning thearical poster Directed by Produced by Written by John Cromwell Sidney Biddell Story: Gerald Drayson Adams Sidney Biddell Screenplay: Steve Fisher Oliver H. Garrett based on a story by Gerald Drayson Adams and Sidney Biddell.P. Murdock follows the clues and tracks his friend to Gulf City. When Drake learns that he is to be awarded the Medal of Honor (and Murdock the Distinguished Service Cross). . Murdock finds out that Drake joined the Army under an assumed name to avoid a murder charge. DC. It was directed by John Cromwell and written by Steve Fisher and Oliver H. he disappears before newspaper photographers can take his picture.P. Plot Just after World War II.

Now suspicious of Coral. Krause (Marvin Miller). but she suffers fatal injuries.Dead Reckoning (film) Murdock goes to a nightclub to question Louis Ord (George Chandler). a witness in the murder trial. responding to an anonymous tip. Murdock jumps into the waiting car and drives off with Coral. Johnny Drake/John Joseph Preston Marvin Miller as Krause Wallace Ford as McGee Robert Scott as Band leader Reception The New York Times gave the film a mixed review. praising Bogart as "beyond criticism in a role such as Dead Reckoning affords him". Murdock manages to trick his captors and escape. with "some of the best all-around dialogue he has had in a long time. Scott. In the hospital. Murdock agrees to leave town with her. Murdock's drink is drugged. Just before he is knocked unconscious by an unseen assailant. As he opens the door."[1] However. She gave the murder weapon to Martinelli to dispose of. Murdock teams up with Coral."[1] Though the plot was considered to be "rambling" and Bogart's character's actions not particularly plausible at times. Suspecting that Martinelli had Ord killed in order to get the letter."[1] . Warren "Rip" Murdock Lizabeth Scott as Coral "Dusty" Chandler Morris Carnovsky as Martinelli Charles Cane as Lt. As they are speeding away. He killed Chandler and framed Drake so that Coral could inherit the estate before the bigamy could be discovered. However. the car crashes. When Murdock awakens. it was less kind to his co-star. Murdock also meets Coral and Martinelli (Morris Carnovsky). but decides to retrieve the incriminating weapon first. He manages to dispose of the corpse before police Lieutenant Kincaid (Charles Cane). Martinelli is shot and killed. the club owner. When she shoots him. he smells jasmine. Kincaid William Prince as Sgt. Martinelli has him roughed up by his thug. he accuses her of having just tried to kill him. He threatens Martinelli with a gun. eliciting some startling revelations. shows up to question him. The club owner reveals that Coral is his wife. Murdock goes to her apartment to confront her. In love with her himself. there. he finds Ord's dead body planted in his hotel room. but he has been blackmailing her ever since. When he wakes up the next morning. despite Coral's fears. only to find the safe already open. Murdock breaks into his office. the same aroma as Coral's perfume. He survives. to try to find out what is in the coded letter. Murdock comforts her in her final moments. "whose face is expressionless and whose movements are awkward and deliberate. "the suspense is skillfully drawn out. She claims to be innocent. Murdock gets what he came for and forces Martinelli to precede him out of the building. but finally admits that she shot her husband in self defense. 158 Cast • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Capt. Ord reveals that Drake had given him a letter for Murdock.

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It was directed by Peter Godfrey and produced by Mark Hellinger.The Two Mrs. Carrolls 160 The Two Mrs. Warner as executive producer. Warner Producer: Mark Hellinger Screenplay: Thomas Job Story: Martin Vale Humphrey Bogart Barbara Stanwyck Alexis Smith Nigel Bruce Franz Waxman J. Carrolls The Two Mrs.[1] . Carrolls is a 1947 film noir made by Warner Brothers. from a screenplay by Thomas Job based on the play by Martin Vale. 1947 99 minutes United states English Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Two Mrs. Barbara Stanwyck and Alexis Smith with Nigel Bruce. March 4. Carrolls Lobby card Directed by Produced by Peter Godfrey Executive producer: Jack L. It starred Humphrey Bogart. with Jack L. Peverell Marley Frederick Richards Warner Bros.

[2] Schwartz. Tuttle Isobel Elsom as Mrs. October 20. sover. imdb.allmovie. but after a while he also paints Sally as the angel of death.This film never had much of a chance from the beginning..directs this inert and overwrought crime/melodrama that never gets over being stagy despite the teaming of Humphrey Bogart and Barbara Stanwyck. meets Sally while on a vacation in the country. Last accessed: June 9. and the familiar plot has been better done in many other films. Only Alexis Smith's performance as the scheming other woman was pleasing. Carroll returns home.com/title/tt0039926/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Two Mrs. Carrolls (http:/ / www. "Britisher Peter Godfrey.imdb.. Carrolls (http://www.. There's almost no action. dennis (http:/ / www. They develop a romance but Carroll doesn't tell her he's already married.The Two Mrs. He then marries Sally.com/work/51404) at Allmovie • The Two Mrs. htm). net/ ~ozus/ twomrscarrolls. External links • The Two Mrs. the dialogue is from hunger. film review. Geoffrey Carroll. 2006."[2] References Notes [1] The Two Mrs. 2008.. Suffering from mental illness. where he paints an impression of his wife as the angel of death and then promptly poisons her. Carrolls (http://tcmdb. Carrolls (http://www. Latham Patrick O'Moore as Charles Pennington Ann Carter as Beatrice Carroll Anita Sharp-Bolster as Christine Barry Bernard as Horace Blagdon Critical reception Film critic Dennis Schwartz wrote. Carrolls 161 Plot An artist.jsp?stid=1406) at the TCM Movie Database .com/title/title. com/ title/ tt0039926/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. Ozus' World Movie Reviews. Cast • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Geoffrey Carroll Barbara Stanwyck as Sally Morton Carroll Alexis Smith as Cecily Latham Nigel Bruce as Dr.

The story follows Parry's attempts to hide from the law and clear his name of murder.[3] The film is notable for its first third being shot entirely from the point of view of Bogart's character. . his face never seen. film noir directed by Delmer Daves and starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. September 5.Dark Passage (film) 162 Dark Passage (film) Dark Passage Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Story by Starring Delmer Daves Jerry Wald Delmer Daves David Goodis Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall Agnes Moorehead Franz Waxman Music by Cinematography Sidney Hickox Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. Vincent Parry. It was the third of four films real-life couple Bacall and Bogart made together.[1] [2] The film is based on the novel of the same name by David Goodis. 1947 (United States) 106 minutes United States English Dark Passage (1947) is a Warner Bros.

"Vincent Parry. Parry. They embrace. collapsing at her doorstep. George Fellsinger. Parry eventually reveals his true identity and accuses a terrified Madge of having killed his wife and George as well. Parry goes out but is recognized by a cab driver. he pretends to be a friend of Bob's interested in courting her. Parry beats him unconscious. a policeman becomes suspicious due to Parry's behavior. offering him shelter in her apartment. Knowing that she doesn't recognize him with this face. Parry has no choice but to flee. tells her to go away. . On the street. Baker has been following Parry since they first met. At the hotel. Parry decides to flee the city before trying to find out who really killed his wife. Parry is having a drink in a nightclub in Peru when he spots Irene across the dance floor. Parry learns that he is now wanted for the murder of his friend George. Knowing that he cannot prove his innocence. Parry reluctantly parts from Irene. who had been painting nearby. come by. providing a motive as to why he would have killed his wife. Parry is surprised by Baker. Out of spite she testified at his trial. As he recuperates. Coley performs the operation.000 or he will turn Parry over to the law. Parry agrees but instead drives him to a secluded spot underneath the Golden Gate Bridge. Bob takes it as a joke but accepts that Irene is interested in another man. without opening the door." she lies. The two men fight with Baker eventually falling to his death. When she returns Irene explains that she had followed Parry's case with interest. a man convicted of killing his wife. He intends to get to Mexico and then South America. The man turns out to be sympathetic and gives Parry the name of a plastic surgeon who can change his appearance. Madge and man named Bob. But while turning away from him. revealing his plans. during the recuperation from surgery. she accidentally falls through a window to her death. escapes from San Quentin prison by stowing away in a supply truck. Madge. picks up Parry and smuggles him into the city.Dark Passage (film) 163 Plot Vincent Parry. When questioned. and that he will likely be accused of Madge's murder on top of the others. Madge points out that without a confession. Madge is worried that Parry will kill her for testifying against him and asks to stay with Irene for protection. Her own father had been falsely convicted of murder and ever since she had taken an interest in miscarriages of justice. He phones Irene. There he disarms Baker and questions him. his accusations will be worthless. At a diner. comes by Irene's apartment. Dr. declaring that she will be better off if she is not part of his life. who holds him at gunpoint. his fingerprints having been found on the murder weapon. George's trumpet. Madge was a former romantic interest of Parry's whom he had spurned. Parry darts in front of a moving car to escape. She believes that Parry is innocent. Parry's odd clothes and a news report on the radio about an escaped convict make Baker suspicious. Parry arranges to stay with a friend. who is romantically interested in Irene. returns to George's apartment only to find his friend murdered. Irene nurses him back to health. He asks for identification but Parry claims to have left it at his hotel. as Parry hides in a bedroom. Sam. Parry heads to Madge's place. Irene gets rid of Madge and deflects Bob by saying that she has already met someone to whom she is attracted. his face wrapped in bandages. becoming convinced that Madge is behind the deaths of his wife and friend. Parry. An acquaintance of Jansen. The next time he is seen. unable to speak. After his bandages are removed. He evades police and hitches a ride with a passing motorist named Baker. He now demands that Irene pay him $60. Irene Jansen. He stumbles back to Irene's house.

knows-what-she-wants girl. even though bored by the story—which. Jekyll and Mr. and Hyde cable car but leaving a Powell Street car at Market Street. which is liberally and vividly employed as the realistic setting for the Warners' Dark Passage. including the cable car system.Dark Passage (film) 164 Cast • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Vincent Parry Lauren Bacall as Irene Jansen Bruce Bennett as Bob Agnes Moorehead as Madge Rapf Tom D'Andrea as Sam Clifton Young as Baker Douglas Kennedy as Detective in Diner Rory Mallinson as George Fellsinger Houseley Stevenson as Dr. Jones. the film has a 93% "Fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes. he seems uncommonly chastened and reserved. you may be—you can usually enjoy the scenery. writing. This technique began as early as 1931 by the director Rouben Mamoulian for the first five minutes of Dr. Coley Production Robert Montgomery had made the film Lady in the Lake a year earlier. Parts of the movie were filmed on location in San Francisco."[4] Franz Waxman's main title music for this movie is the same theme used in To Have and Have Not (1944). So.and the results are far more successful than anything seen in Montgomery's film.. He wrote. based on eleven reviews. a trip which was not possible until ten years later when the two lines were combined into the Powell–Hyde line."[5] Currently..For Writer-Director Delmar Daves has very smartly and effectively used the picturesque streets of that city and its stunning panoramas from the hills to give a dramatic backdrop to his rather incredible yarn. Bogart does not appear at his theatrical best. "The first hour or so of Dark Passage does the same thing -. "When [Bogart] finally does come before the camera. which is as good as a travelogue. because of its sag. Lauren Bacall as Irene Jansen and Humphrey Bogart as Vincent Perry. Film critic Hal Erikson believes Dark Passage does a better job at using this point-of-view technique. An error in the film has Bogart getting on an O'Farrell. a long-closed diner in the Fillmore District of San Francisco. a state in which Mr. California. who generates quite a lot of pressure as a sharp-eyed. among the first major films to use a "subjective camera technique" in which the viewer sees the action through the protagonist's eyes. Critical reception Film critic Bosley Crowther gave the film a mixed review and was not impressed by Bogart's performance but was by Bacall's work." He made the case that the best part of the film is "[t]he city of San Francisco. The diner was "Harry's Wagon" at 1921 Post Street. However. Hyde.[6] . the mood of his performance is compensated somewhat by that of Miss Bacall.

nytimes. [4] Erikson. Dark Passage (http:/ / www. Hal. film review. Last accessed: December 21. com/ m/ dark_passage/ ) at Rotten Tomatoes. 1947.com/title/title. com/ title/ tt0039302/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. 2007. September 3. page 142. Last accessed: October 22. Dark Passage (http:/ / www. com/ movie/ review?_r=1& res=9901E6DA153AE233A25755C0A96F9C946693D6CF& oref=slogin). [6] Dark Passage (http:/ / www.spike. September 6. com/ work/ 12258) at Allmovie. [3] The first two Bacall-Bogart films were To Have and Have Not (1944) and The Big Sleep (1946).imdb. [2] Harrison's Reports film review. External links • Dark Passage (http://www. allmovie. Bosley (http:/ / movies.com/title/tt0039302/) at the Internet Movie Database • Dark Passage (http://tcmdb. the fourth would be Key Largo (1948). page 16. 1947.Dark Passage (film) 165 References [1] Variety film review. [5] Crowther. imdb.com/video/dark-passage-trailer/2672289) trailer at Spike TV . rottentomatoes.jsp?stid=605) at the TCM Movie Database • Dark Passage (http://www. September 6. 2010. The New York Times. 1947.

Howard (Walter Huston. although the night scenes were filmed back in the studio. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre was one of the first Hollywood films to be filmed almost entirely on location outside the United States (in the state of Durango and street scenes in Tampico. Traven Humphrey Bogart Walter Huston Tim Holt Bruce Bennett Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Ted D. In 1990. Mexico). or aesthetically significant". a feature film adaptation of B.[1] . 1948 126 minutes United States English $3.8 million The Treasure of the Sierra Madre is a 1948 American film written and directed by John Huston. January 6.The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) 166 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on John Huston Henry Blanke John Huston The Treasure of the Sierra Madre by B. to prospect for gold. McCord Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Owen Marks Warner Bros. The old-timer accurately predicts trouble. The film is quite faithful to the novel. historically. this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally. Dobbs (Humphrey Bogart) and Bob Curtin (Tim Holt) during the 1920s in Mexico join with an old-timer. in which two impecunious Americans Fred C. Traven's 1927 novel of the same name. but is willing to go anyway. the director's father).-First National Picture Warner Bros.

In the desert. Foreigners. Howard realizes that the winds must have carried the gold away. takes him out behind the camp. commonly known as the Federales. shoots him and leaves him for dead. The men decide to kill Cody. Dobbs (Humphrey Bogart) and Curtin (Tim Holt). who. searching for gold. which sets up a moral debate about what to do with the new stranger. proves to be the toughest and most knowledgeable. They accept the loss with equanimity. pretending. (This leads to a now-iconic line about not needing to show any "stinking badges. However. but just as the three confront him with pistols and prepare to finish him off. Dobbs. Federal Police. believe the bags of unrefined gold to be bags of sand and scatter them to the winds. Greed soon sets in and Dobbs begins to lose both his trust and his sanity. Plot Two gringos. and then part ways. Curtin is discovered by Indians and taken to Howard's village. . to patrol remote areas and dispose of the bandits. although scattered gangs of bandits continued to terrorize the countryside. a real troop of Federales appears and chases the bandits away. He and Howard miss witnessing the bandits' execution by Federales by only a few minutes as they arrive back in town. in their ignorance. like the three American prospectors who are the protagonists in the story. in which Cody is killed. They ride a train into the hinterlands. surviving a bandit attack en route. The newly established post-revolution government relied on the effective. Dobbs is later ambushed and then decapitated by some of the same bandits. Howard. until one night when Curtin falls asleep. The bandits. meet old prospector Howard (Walter Huston) in a small Mexican town. While checking the area where the bandits dropped the gold. even having to dig their own graves first. to be Federales. the wounded Curtin survives and manages to crawl away during the night. where he recovers. Dobbs is also unreasonably afraid that he will be killed by his partners. cheated out of promised wages and down on their luck. and Curtin returning home to America. Dobbs holds him at gunpoint. But when Howard is called away to assist some local villagers. A fourth American named James Cody (Bruce Bennett) shows up. likewise. and Curtin constantly argue. They set out to strike it rich in the remote Sierra Madre mountains. the eldest.The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) 167 Background By the 1920s the violence of the Mexican Revolution had largely subsided. were at very real risk of being killed by the bandits if their paths crossed. but ruthless. who has become more paranoid. and learn that the gold is gone. and much gold is extracted. were given little more than a "last cigarette" by the army units after capture. A mine is dug. the bandits reappear. he is the one to discover the gold they seek. lusting to possess the entire treasure. very crudely.") After a gunfight with the bandits. Howard returning to his village.

but the DVD commentary for the film contains a statement that it is she." Dobbs (Bogart): "If you're the police. the woman is picked up again by the camera. as evidenced by the lottery numbers poster. the most controversial cameo is the rumored one by Ann Sheridan. The correct dialogue is: Gold Hat (Alfonso Bedoya): "We are Federales. However. A photograph included in the documentary accompanying the DVD release shows Sheridan in streetwalker costume. single frames of the film show a different woman in a different dress and different hairstyle.. he spies a passing prostitute who returns his look.100 Movie Quotes. Tampico. Actor Robert Blake also appears as a young boy selling lottery tickets. filmed in longshot in Plaza de la Libertad. raising the possibility that Sheridan filmed the sequence but that it was reshot with another woman for indeterminate reasons. with Bogart and Huston on the set. the mounted police. but this time in the distance. a star of silent and early sound Westerns and action films. Dobbs • Walter Huston as Howard • Tim Holt as Bob Curtin • Bruce Bennett as James Cody • Barton MacLane as Pat McCormick • Alfonso Bedoya as Gold Hat • Arturo Soto Rangel as El Presidente • Manuel Dondé as El Jefe • José Torvay as Pablo • Margarito Luna as Pancho Frame from the film trailer Production A few notable uncredited actors appear in the film. film). Jack Holt. However. of the 1940s) cars and buses. In an opening cameo.[2] Many film-history sources credit Sheridan for the part. Co-star Tim Holt's father. Some filmgoers and critics feel the woman looks nothing like Sheridan. . the quotation was chosen as #36 on the American Film Institute list.e. Seconds later. The opening scenes. even though the story opens in 1925. show modern (i. where are your badges?" Gold Hat (Bedoya): "Badges? We ain't got no badges. director John Huston is pestered for money by Bogart's character. makes a one-line appearance at the beginning of the film as one of the men down on their luck. Quotation The film is the origin of a famous line. often misquoted as "We don't need no stinking badges!" (homaged in Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles. you know. AFI's 100 Years... After Dobbs leaves the barbershop in Tampico (actually a set on a studio soundstage). We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinkin' badges!" In 2005.. Significant portions of the film's dialog are in unsubtitled Spanish.The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) 168 Cast • Humphrey Bogart as Fred C. Sheridan allegedly did a cameo as a streetwalker. also a Warner Bros.

com/ 2007/ 11/ 11/ magazine/ 11daylewis-t2. nytimes.imdb. and director Paul Thomas Anderson watched it at night before bed while writing his film There Will Be Blood. "The New Frontier's Man" (http:/ / www. Retrieved 10 November 2007. 100 Movies #30 • 2001 AFI's 100 Years. "Library of Congress Adds 25 Titles to National Film Registry" (http:/ / www.com/title/title.[1] Director Stanley Kubrick listed The Treasure of Sierra Madre as his 4th favorite film of all time in his list of his top ten favorite films. nytimes. The film was nominated for the Best Picture award. Walter Huston. 2009.com/work/50884) at Allmovie • The Internet Archive holds an April 18. The New York Times.. html?_r=1& oref=slogin). New York Times. In 1990. the first father-son win..rottentomatoes. Barbara (October 19.. [2] Discovering Treasure: The Story of The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. . this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally. 100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) #38 References [1] Gamarekian. External links • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (http://www. but lost to Laurence Olivier's film adaptation of Hamlet. John Huston's father. 1990). 100 Thrills #67 • 2005 AFI's 100 Years. 100 Movie Quotes: • "Badges? We ain't got no badges! We don't need no badges! I don't have to show you any stinking badges!" #36 • 2007 AFI's 100 Years.. 2007). html). also won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in this film.allmovie.com/m/treasure_of_the_sierra_madre/) at Rotten Tomatoes • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (http://tcmdb. originally broadcast on Lux Radio Theater.archive.. Turner Classic Movies. . 2003 [3] Lynn Hirschberg (November 11.The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (film) 169 Awards and honors John Huston won the Academy Award for Directing and Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay in 1948 for his work on The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.[3] American Film Institute recognition • 1998 AFI's 100 Years.. .. or aesthetically significant". Retrieved July 22.. The film was among the first 100 films to be selected. 1949 radio adaptation of the film (http://www. com/ 1990/ 10/ 19/ movies/ library-of-congress-adds-25-titles-to-national-film-registry.jsp?stid=2852) at the TCM Movie Database • The Treasure of Sierra Madre (http://www. historically.org/details/ Lux14).com/title/tt0040897/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (http://www.

[4] Key Largo was the fourth and final film pairing of married actors Bogart and Bacall.000 [1] Key Largo is a 1948 film noir directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart. Trevor won the 1948 Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance. Edward G. Robinson. July 16. .[2] [3] It was adapted from Maxwell Anderson's 1939 play of the same name. 1948 101 minutes United States English US$8.125. and Claire Trevor. which played on Broadway for 105 performances in 1939 and 1940. Robinson Lauren Bacall Lionel Barrymore Claire Trevor Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Karl Freund Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Gross revenue Rudi Fehr Warner Bros. Lionel Barrymore. Lauren Bacall.Key Largo (film) 170 Key Largo (film) Key Largo theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by John Huston Jerry Wald Maxwell Anderson (play) Richard Brooks John Huston Humphrey Bogart Edward G.

McCloud does not disabuse him of this. are actually notorious fugitive gangster Johnny Rocco (Edward G. to indicate Robinson's near-equal status. having had a letter from her husband with the true story. meanwhile. a Ronald Reagan melodrama made the same year by Warner Bros. McCloud's unwillingness to act raises doubts about his courage. to pay his respects. where Rocco is living in exile. In the film's trailer. the father of McCloud's World War II buddy. and is under the impression that he died a hero in Italy. The gangsters have crossed by boat from Cuba. Nora later confirms this. Robinson's image was also markedly larger and centered on the original poster. Bogart is repeatedly mentioned first but Robinson's name is listed above Bogart's in a cast list at the very end. Frank then returns to Nora. one by one. Temple and Nora at bay with the threat of violence. Robinson's name appears to the right of Bogart's. Frank is able to kill every member of the gang. keeping McCloud. although it is apparent that McCloud was the actual hero. Cast • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Frank McCloud Edward G. Exterior shots of the hurricane that delays the gang's getaway were actually taken from stock footage used in Night Unto Night. Once Rocco's identity is revealed by McCloud. and Frank is a disgraced deserter who dies at the end. Rocco last of all. singer Gaye Dawn (Claire Trevor). the war in question is the Spanish Civil War. but placed a little higher on the posters. Temple is deep in grief over the death of his son. Robinson) and his gang. supposedly on a fishing trip. Robinson as Johnny Rocco Lauren Bacall as Nora Temple Lionel Barrymore as James Temple Claire Trevor as Gaye Dawn Harry Lewis as Edward "Toots" Bass • • • • • • John Rodney as Deputy Clyde Sawyer Marc Lawrence as Ziggy Dan Seymour as Angel Garcia Monte Blue as Sheriff Ben Wade William Haade as Ralph Feeney Jay Silverheels as John Osceola Rodd Redwing as Tom Osceola Thomas Gomez as Richard "Curly" Hoff • Production The script was adapted from a 1939 play by Maxwell Anderson. His chance comes when Rocco forces Frank to pilot the boat by which the gang intends to return to Cuba. McCloud finds out that the visitors who are staying at the hotel. and his daughter-in-law Nora (Lauren Bacall). a hurricane is brewing up. heading in the direction of the Key. Frank rejects an apparent opportunity to kill Rocco when the gangster throws him a pistol and dares him to shoot. the friend's widow. and also in the film opening credits. For this one. . In the play.Key Largo (film) 171 Plot Ex-Major Frank McCloud (Humphrey Bogart) visits a Key Largo hotel run by James Temple (Lionel Barrymore). After a local deputy is subdued and captured by the gang. to make a "delivery". and at Temple's urging he relates exactly the story Temple wants to hear. and his hand in the murders of the deputy and two local Indians convinces Frank that Rocco must be stopped. Once at sea. the mobsters drop the pretense and take over the hotel. Robinson had always had top billing over Bogart in their previous films together. the gangsters are Mexican bandidos. but Rocco's abasement of his alcoholic mistress.

including clip of Trevor's singing and film dialogue.us.virtual-history. Key Largo domestic box office results. This song hit the Top 10 on the pop chart in the United States and went to #1 on the adult contemporary chart. July 7.com/work/27130) at Allmovie Key Largo (http://film. Retrieved 2010-07-27. draws heavily on influences from the film. References Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] The Numbers (http:/ / www. • One scene in the "Vapors" episode of seaQuest DSV during the second season showed Tim O'Neill and Lonnie Henderson coming out of an interactive theme park version of the film. php?storyId=125514785). [Trevor] won [the Academy Award] based purely. transcript. page 6. [Trevor's performance] slowly break[s] down. by singer-songwriter Bertie Higgins. 1948. npr. Key Largo (http:/ / ibdb. com/ movies/ 1948/ 0KYLR.. walks it over . 1949 and hosted at the Internet Archive . 1948.com/title/title. And . 2010. you see [Trevor as Gaye] realize that that's exactly her real life situation..com/title/tt0040506/) at the Internet Movie Database Key Largo (http://tcmdb.allmovie. the-numbers.php?filmid=3533) at Film Virtual History Radio adaptation of the film by Lux Radio Theater (http://ia301125. Variety film review.com/film. and her voice falters and she sings off key. coauthored by Laurie Patterson. [and] it's a wonderful use of a song in a non-musical picture. php?storyId=125514785).imdb.. org/ templates/ transcript/ transcript.'" The song is "about a woman who's trapped in a relationship with a very cruel man.org/3/items/Lux14/ Lux_49-11-28_Key_Largo. org/ templates/ story/ story.. under gunpoint . discussing Furia's book The Songs of Hollywood (2010).archive. Philip Furia interview with Terry Gross. and gives it to her and says 'You deserve this' -. July 10. Harrison's Reports film review. on that performance.it's just a great dramatic scene.Key Largo (film) 172 Song Author Philip Furia discussed "where Claire Trevor sings the song 'Moanin' Low. page 111." Robinson is dismissive but "Bogart pours her a stiff drink.mp3). July 20. External links • • • • • Key Largo (http://www. npr."[5] In popular culture • The 1981 song "Key Largo". I think. Fresh Air from WHYY.. originally broadcast on November 28. php?id=13210) at the Internet Broadway Database "When Hollywood Had A Song In Its Heart" (http:/ / www.jsp?stid=598) at the TCM Movie Database Key Largo (http://www. com/ production. Audio of full interview also available (25 min 36 sec) (http:/ / www.. php).

The picture introduced John Derek to film and was based on the novel of the same name by [1] Willard Motley. Daniel Taradash Humphrey Bogart John Derek George Antheil Starring Music by Cinematography Burnett Guffey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Viola Lawrence Columbia Pictures February 22. Morton demonstrates that Romano is more a victim of society than a natural-born killer. Through flashbacks. Morton's strategy does not have . Morton's strategy in the courtroom is to argue that slums breed criminals and that the community is partly to blame for crimes committed by the people who are forced to live in such miserable conditions. 1949 100 minutes United States English Knock on Any Door (1949) is an American court-room trial film noir directed by Nicholas Ray and starring Humphrey Bogart.Knock on Any Door 173 Knock on Any Door Knock on Any Door Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Nicholas Ray Robert Lord Story: Willard Motley Screenplay: John Monks Jr. Plot Against the wishes of his law partners. Nick is on trial for viciously killing a policeman point-blank and faces execution if convicted (the event is shown in a dark opening scene. partly because he himself came from the same slums. Yet. lawyer Andrew Morton (Bogart) takes the case of Nick Romano (Derek). and partly because he feels guilty for botching the criminal trial of Nick's father years earlier (he was innocent). but the killer's face is not seen). a troubled young man from the slums.

has been fashioned from Knock on Any Door. film critic for The New York Times. and gives the film a hard.Nicholas Ray's direction stresses the realism of the script taken from Willard Motley's novel of the same title.[2] Jack Warner was reportedly furious at this. "Rubbish! The only shortcoming of society which this film proves is that it casually tolerates the pouring of such fraudulence onto the public mind. named after Bogart's private sailing yacht. as they are tossed off in the script. Atty." would become the "clarion call for a generation of disenfranchised youth.Knock on Any Door the desired result on the jury thanks to the badgering of District Attorney Kernan (George Macready). Robert Lord and Bogart formed a corporation to produce the film: Santana Productions. However. 174 Background Producer Mark Hellinger purchased the rights to Knock on Any Door and Humphrey Bogart and Marlon Brando were to star in the production. however. and leave a good-looking corpse. after Hellinger died in late 1947.. According to critic Hal Erickson. but the nature and aspect of the hoodlum are outrageously heroized."[4] The staff at Variety magazine was more receptive of the film writing. He wrote. its cause and effect."[3] Cast • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Andrew Morton John Derek as Nick Romano George Macready as Dist. fearing that other stars would do the same and major studios would lose their power. Not only are the justifications for the boy's delinquencies inept and superficial. die young. the often-repeated credo spoken by the character Nick Romano: "Live fast. called the film "a pretentious social melodrama" and blasted the film message and the screenplay. Kerman Allene Roberts as Emma Candy Toxton as Adele Morton Mickey Knox as Vito Barry Kelley as Judge Drake Cara Williams as Nelly Watkins Sid Melton as "Squint" Zinsky Dooley Wilson as Piano player Critical reception Bosley Crowther.. Morton. does manage to arouse sympathy for the plight of those trapped by birth and circumstance in a dead-end existence. "An eloquent document on juvenile delinquency. taut pace that compels complete attention."[5] .

New York: The Overlook Press.[6] References [1] Slide. eds. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0).imdb. ISBN 1-56023-413-X. January 1. [6] Let No Man Write My Epitaph (http:/ / www. Let No Man Write My Epitaph.allmovie. pages 135-136. variety. 2003. Lost Gay Novels: A Reference Guide to Fifty Works from the First Half of the Twentieth Century by . Anthony. External links • • • • Knock on Any Door (http://www. film review. Last accessed: December 9. Binghamton. film noir synopsis and analysis of Knock on Any Door by Blake Lucas and Alain Silver. com/ title/ tt0054021/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. allmovie. and Elizabeth Ward.com/work/27603) at Allmovie Knock on Any Door (http://tcmdb.com/m/knock_on_any_door/) at Rotten Tomatoes . nytimes. com/ work/ 27603) at Allmovie.jsp?stid=3950) at the TCM Movie Database Knock on Any Door (http://www. com/ review/ VE1117792378.rottentomatoes. Alain. Bosley (http:/ / movies. among others. was produced in 1960 and directed by Philip Leacock and featuring Shelley Winters. 1st edition. 1992. January 23. [2] Silver. 3rd edition.Knock on Any Door 175 Adaption A sequel of the film. 1949. Last accessed: December 9. 1949. [4] Crowther. James Darren. imdb. NY: Harrington Park Press.com/title/tt0041555/) at the Internet Movie Database Knock on Any Door (http://www. The New York Times. 2007. ISBN 0-87951-479-5. [3] Knock on Any Door (http:/ / www. 2007. page 162. [5] Variety (http:/ / www. Film Noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style. com/ movie/ review?_r=1& res=9F01E7D71F38E23BBC4B51DFB4668382659EDE& oref=slogin). Woodstock.com/title/title. film review.

1949 Running time Language 88 min. is in fact still very much alive. Barrett rescues her and foils the Baron's plot. to see if there's anything left of his pre-war bar and gambling joint ("Tokyo Joe's") after all the bombing. Florence Marly and Sessue Hayakawa. adapted by Walter Doniger and starring Humphrey Bogart.Tokyo Joe (1949 film) 176 Tokyo Joe (1949 film) Tokyo Joe 1949 film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Stuart Heisler Robert Lord Steve Fisher Walter Doniger Cyril Hume (screenplay) Bertram Millhauser (screenplay) Humphrey Bogart Florence Marly Sessue Hayakawa Starring Distributed by Columbia Pictures Release date(s) October 26. ex-serviceman Joe Barrett (Humphrey Bogart) returns to Tokyo. Kimura kidnaps Anya. underworld boss Baron Kimura (Sessue Hayakawa). Joe's daughter Anya (Lora Lee Michel). One of his customers. When he balks. the other was Chain Lightning that also wrapped in 1949 but was held up in release until 1950. He is also shocked to learn from Ito that his wife Trina (Florence Marly). and has a seven-year-old child. This was Heisler's first of two features starring Bogart. Plot After World War II. it is more or less intact and being run by his old friend Ito (Teru Shimada). Amazingly. whom he thought had died in the war. She has remarried. . to American diplomat Mark Landis (Alexander Knox). English Tokyo Joe is a 1949 film directed by Stuart Heisler from a story by Steve Fisher. Barrett starts up an air freight business. although he is fatally wounded in the ensuing struggle. wants him to smuggle war criminals into the country in order to organize an anti-American Communist movement.

not on location in Tokyo. Trina's daughter A full cast and production crew list is too lengthy to include. [1] Production The film was Sessue Hayakawa's first postwar project and served as a revitalization of his career. the contemporary New York Times review noted the . The use of a Lockheed Hudson bomber converted into cargo hauling is featured with both interiors. A second photographic unit was dispatched by Columbia to Tokyo to collect exterior scene shots and was the first movie company allowed to film in postwar Japan. From 1937 to 1949.[2] Principal filming for Tokyo Joe took place from January 4 to the end of February 1949 on the Columbia Pictures studio lot. selling watercolors. After joining the French underground. first as an actor and then was caught up in the German occupation.Tokyo Joe (1949 film) 177 Cast As appearing in screen credits (main roles identified): Actor Role Humphrey Bogart Joseph "Joe" Barrett Alexander Knox Florence Marly Mark Landis Trina Pechinkov Landis Sessue Hayakawa Baron Kimura Jerome Courtland Danny Gordon Jones Teru Shimada Hideo Mori Charles Meredith Rhys Williams Lora Lee Michel Idaho Ito Kanda General Ireton Colonel Dahlgren Anya. and aerial sequences revolving around the aircraft. before issuing a work permit. Hayakawa had been in France. When Humphrey Bogart's production company tracked him down to offer him a role in Tokyo Joe. The critics were less charitable. DVD Cover Reception The film fared well with the public as the subject of post-war Japan was an intriguing one featured in many of the headlines of the day. Most viewers were convinced that the film was a semi-documentary due to the extensive use of footage shot in Japan. he aided Allied flyers during the war. Japan. see: IMDb profile. living ostensibly as an artist. the American Consulate investigated Hayakawa's activities during the war. and cleared his way to work on the film.

imdb. com/ tcmdb/ title. 2009. Retrieved: December 31. com/ movie/ review?res=9407E7D6113CE23BBC4F51DFB6678382659EDE& scp=3& sq=Tokyo Joe& st=cse) New York Times. 1989 by Columbia Tristar with a further DVD release in 2004. com/ title/ tt0041967/ fullcredits) imdb.com." (http:/ / movies. 1965. com/ Personalities/ Hayakawas/ hayakawas.' however. nytimes. Air Progress Aviation Vol. jsp?stid=16018& category=Misc Notes) tcm." (http:/ / www. "A Buff's Guide to Aviation Movies".. Jack and Ed Schnepf.com.com/title/tt0041967/) at the Internet Movie Database . Retrieved: January 1. Retrieved: January 1.imdb. 2010. 2009. Bibliography • Hardwick. (http:/ / www. Retrieved: January 1. Spring 1983. [2] "The Legend: Sessue Hayakawa is the first Asian American superstar. 1949. No.com/title/title." (http:/ / goldsea. [3] "Movie Review: 'Tokyo Joe' (1949) At the Capitol.jsp?stid=16018) at the TCM Movie Database • Tokyo Joe (http://www. New York: Bonanza Books. html) goldsea. Humphrey Bogart: The Man and his Films. published: October 27. 2010. 7. External links • Tokyo Joe (http://tcmdb.[4] 178 References Notes [1] " 'Tokyo Joe' (1949) Full credits. [4] "Misc Notes for 'Tokyo Joe' (1949).a note of reality which is embarrassingly at odds with the major and markedly synthetic elements of the plot". tcm." [3] Tokyo Joe was released in VHS format for home viewing on August 17.com.Tokyo Joe (1949 film) juxtaposition of the footage as jarring: ". 2009. Paul. further stating: "The big weakness of 'Tokyo Joe.. • Michael. 1. is a script which does not neatly come together. but squanders its good points amidst a field of corn.

The film stars Humphrey Bogart as a test pilot. Chain Lightning was one of Humphrey Bogart's final Warner Bros. the screenplay was written by Liam O'Brien and Vincent B. Created in the postwar era to reflect the progress in aviation and aeronautics. . it is a fictional account of a US company engaged in creating and producing high speed jet aircraft. [1] Raymond Prior" listed. Evans (screenplay) Humphrey Bogart Eleanor Parker Raymond Massey David Buttolph Music by Cinematography Ernest Haller Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Thomas Reilly Warner Bros. although the only screen versions have "suggested by a story by J. Redmond Prior"). in Germany. the film was released in multiple versions for 11 different countries. During World War II. ending a 20-year association. Eleanor Parker and Raymond Massey. films. Cole's credit on the film was officially restored by the Writers Guild of America in 1997. Evans. it was known as Des Teufels Pilot. 1950 (US) 94 minutes 90 minutes (Germany) United States English Multiple translations Chain Lightning is a 1950 American aviation film based on the story "These Many Years" by black-listed writer Lester Cole (under the pseudonym "J. Evans had been the bombardier on the B-17 Flying Fortress Memphis Belle. Pictures February 18.Chain Lightning (film) 179 Chain Lightning (film) Chain Lightning Original theatrical poster of Chain Lightning Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Stuart Heisler Anthony Veiller Lester Cole (from story "These Many Years") Liam O'Brien (screenplay) and Vincent B. Completed in early 1949. Due to the appeal of the subject.

A flashback to B-17 missions over Germany reveal Brennan is a top-notch pilot. an expert "lofter". as well as location shooting occurring at the San Fernando Valley Airport (now Van Nuys Production still showing Willis JA-3 miniature Airport). permission was obtained to film at various United States Air Force bases including Muroc Army Air Field where experimental testing took place. using the escape pod to prove that the new aircraft is safe. 1949 to July 1949. The origins of the film model stemmed from a derelict P-39 Airacobra fuselage that had been reworked by Vince [3] Johnson. Brennan is subsequently offered a job at the Willis Aircraft Company as the chief test pilot for an experimental high speed jet fighter known as the JA-3. via the North Pole. but dies during a test flight. Jo Holloway (Eleanor Parker). Despite his earlier reservations about the need for safety systems. Troxell tries to develop a safer version of the revolutionary aircraft.000. designed by Carl Troxell (Richard Whorf). now Willis' secretary. but the final production was held back from release until 1950. a number of scale . Besides the full-scale model used for most of the ground sequences. Brennan takes another JA-4 out for the official government demonstrations. the JA-4. he falls into the arms of his beloved.Chain Lightning (film) 180 Plot Lt Colonel Matt Brennan (Humphrey Bogart) after being discharged from the military. Willis Jeb Farley Production Principal filming took place from April 16. enough to marry Jo. will impress the government. In order to realistically depict the flight testing. Major Hinkle (James Brown). Cast As appearing in screen credits (main roles identified): Actor Role Humphrey Bogart Lt Colonel Matthew "Matt" Brennan Eleanor Parker Joan "Jo" Holloway Raymond Massey Leland Willis Richard Whorf James Brown Roy Roberts Morris Ankrum Fay Baker Fred Sherman Carl Troxell Major Hinkle Major General Hewitt Ed Bostwick Mrs. In order to prove the capabilities of the new JA-3. Another link to his past at the Willis company is his former flame.000 paycheck. Then he learns that Troxell has been killed. meets an old US Army Air Force buddy. Alaska to Washington DC. capable of speeds up to 1400 mph (2300 km/h). the aerial sequence director.[2] A realistic full-scale JA-3/JA-4 model created by Paul Mantz. The record flight is a success with Brennan earning a $30. The Warner Bros contract called for completion of a realistic (if futuristic) fighter able to taxi and deploy parachutes. equipped with an escape pod. Troxell is also a link to Brennan's past as he had known him in the war when Brennan was a bomber pilot.[2] was built for $15. On landing. and trying his hand at running a civilian flying school. Brennan convinces Willis that a record-breaking flight from Nome.

com/ tcmdb/ title. 1950. when it hits the ground. this vehicle moves with exciting speed when it is airborne. 2009. New York: Doubleday & Company. 2009. No DVD release has been announced." (http:/ / www. Retrieved: December 31. 1967. but it slows down to a plodding walk. "Like its title. Paul Mantz. 2006. Retrieved: December 30. [5] "The Screen in Review: 'Chain Lightning.[3] Critically. appearing as “Naughty Nellie”." (http:/ / movies. when Chain Lightning was premiered at the recently renamed Edwards Air Force Base where location shooting had taken place. [4] "Lot 795: Humphrey Bogart JA-3 miniature in Chain Lightning. " 'Chain Lightning' (1950. braking parachutes. veteran pilots such as Chuck Yeager easily saw through the subterfuge. jsp?stid=1213& category=Articles) tcm. Hollywood Pilot: The Biography of Paul Mantz. 2010. liveauctioneers. G-suits and mixed jet/rocket powerplants. was auctioned for $1. November 22. Retrieved: December 30.Chain Lightning (film) models were built. 2009. Stuart Heisler). the original version does not include a correction for the writing credit to Lester Cole. Andrew. it has the look of a "B" film. 2009." (http:/ / www. However. 2009. com/ 2006/ 11/ 22/ chain-lightning-1950/ ) thestopbutton..[3] Home media Although released in VHS format in 1992 by MGM/UA Home Entertainment. long and a wingspan of 59 in. com/ tcmdb/ title. Garden City. some reviewers considered the film as an exercise in science fiction.[7] References Notes [1] "Notes for 'Chain Lightning' (1950). Inc.300 USD. jsp?stid=1213& category=Misc Notes) tcm. Lorraine. 178. 181 Reception The film fared well with the public as the subject of record-breaking aircraft was typical of many of the headlines of the day.[6] The contemporary New York Times review cited the true "star" of the film was the technology on display." (http:/ / www. nytimes. Most viewers were convinced that the aircraft in the film was a new United States Air Force fighter. the film's aviation advisor. measuring 80 in. in designing the centerpiece aircraft models. Mantz’B-17F. had envisioned an "aircraft of tomorrow" and had accurately predicted much of today's modern jet aircraft technology.[2] Stock footage of bomber missions over Germany includes a brief view of the Messerschmitt Me 163 rocket fighter that is the inspiration for the later postwar supersonic fighter that one of the central characters envisions. tcm." (http:/ / www.com. Recently.. thestopbutton. . p..' an Excursion by Warners Into the Jet Age.com. jsp?stid=1213& category=Notes) tcm. [3] Dwiggins 1967. Retrieved: January 1.com.com. com/ movie/ review?_r=2& res=9F04E4D9143EEF3BBC4851DFB466838B649EDE) New York Times. Arrives at the Strand. com/ item/ 6321500) liveauctioneers.[5] However. tcm. [2] LoBianco." (http:/ / www. Bibliography • Dwiggins. Don. 42-3369. 2009. recreated the wartime missions that the central character s recalls in a flashback sequence. Retrieved: December 30. Retrieved: December 31. it was considered one of Bogart's lesser features and although production standards were acceptable. a Willis JA-3 fibreglass miniature used in the production. tcm.[5] The main criticism stems from a limited plotline that does not fully allow the characters' development. [7] "Misc Notes for 'Chain Lightning' (1950)."[5] With the incorporation of highly advanced technology and equipment including escape pods. com/ tcmdb/ title. "Chain Lightning: Overview Article. published: February 20. especially in a scene where the "Willis JA-3" was being towed down the runway with the tow cable clearly evident..com.[4] Revisiting his use of the wartime fleet of aircraft he had obtained for films such as Twelve O'Clock High (1949). [6] Wickliffe.

182 External links • Chain Lightning (http://tcmdb.allmovie. New York: Bonanza Books.com/work/1:8781) at Allmovie . No. 1. 1965. "A Buff's Guide to Aviation Movies". Paul. Humphrey Bogart: The Man and his Films. Jack and Ed Schnepf. 7. Air Progress Aviation Vol. Spring 1983.jsp?stid=1213) at the TCM Movie Database • Chain Lightning (http://www. • Michael.com/title/title.com/title/tt0042324/) at the Internet Movie Database • Chain Lightning (film) (http://www.Chain Lightning (film) • Hardwick.imdb.

In a Lonely Place 183 In a Lonely Place In a Lonely Place Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Story by Starring Nicholas Ray Robert Lord Edmund H." . Grahame co-stars as Laurel Gray. The film is now considered a classic film noir. Billy Wilder's Sunset Boulevard and Joseph Mankiewicz's All About Eve. Beyond its surface plot of confused identity and tormented lust. historically.[3] In 2007. in much the same vein as two other more widely publicized American films released that same year. 1950 (United States) 94 minutes United States English In a Lonely Place (1950) is a drama film noir directed by Nicholas Ray. Bogart's performance in this film is considered by many critics to be among his finest and the film's reputation itself has grown over time along with Ray's.[1] Bogart stars in the film as Dixon Steele. as evidenced by its inclusion on the Time magazine "All-Time 100 List"[2] as well as Slant Magazine's 100 Essential Films. the film is a mordant comment on Hollywood mores and the pitfalls of celebrity and near-celebrity. The script was adapted by Edmund North from the 1947 novel In a Lonely Place by Dorothy B. and starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame. In a Lonely Place was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally. produced for Bogart's Santana Productions. Although not as well known as his other work. Hughes. a neighbor who falls under his spell. a cynical screenwriter suspected of murder. or aesthetically significant. North Andrew Solt Dorothy B. Hughes Humphrey Bogart Gloria Grahame Frank Lovejoy George Antheil Music by Cinematography Burnett Guffey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Viola Lawrence Columbia Pictures May 17.

Dix shows absolutely no sympathy for the dead victim. Dix claims to be too tired to read the novel. Dix beats him unconscious and is about to strike him with a large rock when Laurel stops him.In a Lonely Place 184 Plot Dixon "Dix" Steele (Humphrey Bogart) is a down-on-his-luck screenwriter who has not had a hit "since before the war. Mel Lippman (Art Smith). As they enter the courtyard of his apartment. When he gets home. who takes him downtown to be questioned by Captain Lochner (Carl Benton Reid). at a nightclub. the phone rings. Dix behaves strangely. However. They begin to fall in love. he is awakened by an old army buddy. Nobody is hurt. now a police detective. with Laurel a terrified passenger. She makes a plane reservation and tells Mel she is leaving because she cannot take it anymore. Just then. is engrossed in reading it and asks if she can finish. When he asks her to marry him. Laurel is brought to the police station and confirms seeing the girl leave Dix's apartment alone. He finds she is an aspiring actress with only a few low-budget films to her credit. A second violent outburst occurs when a young director bad-mouths Dix's washed-up actor friend Charlie (Robert Warwick). The next morning. until they sideswipe another car. Laurel gets to the point where she cannot sleep without taking pills. since she only has a few pages left. but Lochner is still deeply suspicious. Dix becomes furiously irrational when he learns of it. Tragically. Brub Nicholai (Frank Lovejoy). He says things that make his agent and Brub's wife Sylvia (Jeff Donnell) wonder if he did kill the girl. Dix finds out and almost strangles her during a violent confrontation before he regains control. she accepts. this invigorates Dix into going back to work with a vengeance. much to his agent's delight. they pass a new tenant. Laurel Gray (Gloria Grahame)." While driving to meet his agent. ostensibly to explain the plot. Her distrust and fear of Dix are becoming too much for her. pointing out Dix's lengthy record of violent behavior. but only because she is too scared of what he might do if she refused. so he asks Mildred to go home with him. Mildred Atkinson (Martha Stewart). It is Brub with good news: Mildred's boyfriend (named Henry Kesler. Mel cajoles him to adapt a book for a movie. she describes the story and confirms what he had suspected—the book is trash. At the nightclub. . high speed. it is too late to salvage Dix and Laurel's relationship. Lochner sows seeds of doubt in Laurel's mind. Mildred was murdered during the night and Dix is a suspect. Dix checks up on Laurel. He drives at Laurel takes a frightening ride with Dix. He gives her cab fare to get home. Dix's explosive temper is revealed at a stop light along the way. In addition. As soon as Mildred is convinced that Dix's motives are honorable. but when the other driver accosts him. the same as the film's associate producer) has confessed to her murder. The hat-check girl.

Grahame was forced to sign a contract stipulating that "my husband [Ray] shall be entitled to direct. were shared equally by the real Bogart. and the final shot was to be of a page in the typewriter which has the significant lines Dix said aloud to Laurel in the car (which he admitted to not knowing where to put) "I was born when she kissed me. Sgt. control. but Ray hated the ending he had helped write."[5] Lauren Bacall and Ginger Rogers were considered for the role of Laurel Gray."[4] The original ending had Dix strangling Laurel to death in the heat of their argument. Let the audience make up its own mind what's going to happen to Bogie when he goes outside the apartment. in a film whose title perfectly defined Humphrey's own isolation among people. the screenwriter's. instruct and even command my actions during the hours from 9 AM to 6 PM. his drunkenness. advise. having killed Gloria. tease or in any other feminine fashion seek to distract or influence him. Dix tells Brub that he is finally finished with his screenplay. I lived a few weeks while she loved me. I died when she left me." Grahame was also forbidden to "nag. Rogers was the producers' first choice but director Nicholas Ray believed that his wife Gloria Grahame was right for the part. Brub Nicolai Carl Benton Reid as Capt. they don't have to end in violence. Ray later said. he insisted that she be cast. Though . Sgt." The two did separate during filming. I just can't do it! Romances don't have to end that way. Even though their marriage was troubled. craftily directed by Nicholas Ray. refused to loan her out. his lack of energy stabbed with lightning strokes of violence. I can't do it. Art Smith and Gloria. Bacall was a natural choice given her off-screen marriage to Bogart and their box-office appeal.. Marriages don't have to end that way. shit.. Afraid that one of them would be replaced. he played one fascinatingly complex character. Huh! And I thought. In the original ending we had ribbons so it was all tied up into a very neat package. In a Lonely Place gave him a role that he could play with complexity because the film character's. I shot it because it was my obligation to do it.I acknowledge that in every conceivable situations his will and judgment shall be considered superior to mine and shall prevail. Headwaiter Hadda Brooks as Singer Background Louise Brooks wrote in her essay "Humphrey and Bogey" that she felt it was the role of Dixon Steele in this movie that came closest to the real Bogart she knew. Grahame played along with the charade and nobody knew that they had separated. Then I kicked everybody off stage except Bogart. Nicolai comes to tell Dix that he has been cleared of Mildred's murder but arrests him for Laurel's. "Before inertia set in. Ray took to sleeping in a dressing room. And we improvised the ending as it is now. with Frank Lovejoy coming in and arresting him as he was writing the last lines. Her performance today is unanimously considered to be among her finest. "I just couldn't believe the ending that Bundy (screenwriter Andrew Solt) and I had written.In a Lonely Place 185 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Dixon Steele Gloria Grahame as Laurel Gray Frank Lovejoy as Det. which is today thought to be due to their fury that Bogart had set up his own production company (they were afraid that independent companies would jeopardize the future of major studios). pride in his art. cajole. Grahame and Ray's marriage was starting to come apart during filming. every day except Sunday. but Warner Bros." This scene was filmed halfway through the shooting schedule. his selfishness. Lochner Art Smith as Mel Lippman Martha Stewart as Mildred Atkinson Jeff Donnell as Sylvia Nicolai Robert Warwick as Charlie Waterman Morris Ankrum as Lloyd Barnes William Ching as Ted Barton Steven Geray as Paul. lying and saying that he needed to work on the script.

Confidential. has had the good sense to resolve the story logically. Noir expert Eddie Muller called this title his favorite noir and one which "will stand the test of time.Director Nicholas Ray maintains nice suspense. Some believe that because the film is a unique combination of genuine romance and dark thriller.... when Ray found Grahame in bed with his thirteen year old son. it was hailed as a masterpiece of noir. and the picture itself is a superior cut of melodrama. "I wanted them to see the reality of that period and to see that emotion. in one instance he virtually has a veteran. Bogart looms large on the screen of the Paramount Theatre and he moves flawlessly through a script which is almost as flinty as the actor himself. I came to understand why. one possible explanation). He favors the underdog. very rarely. and the French during the 1950s praised Ray's unique film making. Even Time Magazine.A.When I first saw In a Lonely Place as a teenager. rather than the plot. a movie feels so heartfelt. writing. Later. brandy-soaking character actor (out of work) on his very limited payroll. Not unlike Nicholas Ray's debut They Live by Night (1948).."[10] . The film was one of a number of Nicholas Ray films to be scored by avant garde classical composer George Antheil (1900-1959). the couple divorced in 1952. Humphrey Bogart is in top form in his latest independently made production.In a Lonely Place there was a brief reconciliation. "In a Lonely Place Humphrey Bogart has a sympathetic role though cast as one always ready to mix it with his dukes. there was no easy way to advertise it. This is the existential endgame of one of Ray's smartest and most devastating masterpieces. and has stated his admiration for the film. which gave the film a negative review upon its initial release. notably Ray's direction. the dark depiction of Hollywood and Bogart's performance. who fashioned the screen play from a story by Dorothy B. such as having character and emotion be the driving force. but it represents many things that I think are worth aspiring to. In a Lonely Place. Andrew Solt. North. Nicholas Ray's remarkable In a Lonely Place represents the purest of existentialist primers. especially Bogart's performance and the screenplay.Laurel and Dixon may love each other but it's evident that they're both entirely too victimized by their own selves to sustain this kind of happiness. Mr. Playing a violent. so revealing that it seems as though both the actor and the director are standing naked before the audience. so emotional."[6] The staff at Variety magazine gave the film a good review and wrote. also rates kudos.. the reviews were generally positive (in particular many critics praised Bogart and Grahame's performances). 186 Reception Critical response At the time of its release in May 1950. The film was considered a box-office disappointment."[8] Critic Ed Gonzalez wrote. When that kind of marriage happens between actor and director. contradictory force at loose ends when the film ends as when it starts. it frightened me and yet attracted me with an almost hypnotic power. He said. an explosive. but many questioned the marketability given the bleak ending. "Everybody should be happy this morning. it was advertised as a straight thriller while the film is not as simply fit into one genre as the marketing shows. Bogart is excellent. Gloria Grahame. and I'm not saying it's the greatest movie ever made. When the film was released on DVD in 2003..."[7] Bosley Crowther lauded the film. Thus Dixon Steele remains as much of an enigma. it's breathtaking. their love resembles a rehearsal for the next and hopefully less complicated romance. This was one of the films which he showed to actors Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce in preparation for filming L. Occasionally."[9] Curtis Hanson is featured on the retrospective documentary of the DVD release. Hughes and an adaptation by Edmund H. quick-tempered Hollywood movie writer suspected of murder. Over the passing years the film gathered a cult following (Ray's films had a brief revival in the 70s and Bogart's anti-hero stance became re-evaluated in the 1960s. as his romance. called it one of the 100 best films of all time in their 2005 list. "Not unlike Albert Camus' The Stranger. In the end. This movie.

imdb. html). 1950. both as a rare example of women's writing in that genre and for its quality and contributions to that genre. html) web site. slantmagazine. com/ time/ 2005/ 100movies/ 0. à la The Killer Inside Me. html?categoryid=31& cs=1& p=0) Film review. film review. I lived a few weeks while she loved me. Louise (http:/ / www. but is ultimately an entirely different story. which follows the investigation of a murder Dix plainly committed and his self-insertion into that investigation for his own ends. eddiemuller. I died when she left me. Curtis Hanson. the first chapter details his pursuit of a woman. film review.23220. In the novel Dix pursues women. html) In a Lonely Place on Slant Magazine's 100 Essential Films List (http:/ / www. The novel's Steele is a limited third-person view from Dix's perspective. he murders a wealthy young man and assumes his identity. 2008. he also notes a key difference between Dix in the film and Dix in the novel is their respective treatment towards women. May 18. Slang. out of print for decades. Winter 1966/67. Eisenschitz. com/ film/ film_review. Eddie (http:/ / www. nytimes. North's script takes some elements of the novel. Some controversy exists between fans of the film and fans of the novel (who view the film as a watered down adaptation). The strongest difference between the two works lies in the primary character: the film's Dixon Steele is a screenwriter with an offbeat lifestyle. ED (http:/ / www. Hughes' 1947 novel of the same title. Hughes' novel." References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] In a Lonely Place (http:/ / www. 1993) page 144.) The film follows the question of whether Dix finally went too far in his anger and committed the murder under investigation to a tragic end: even though he's proven innocent. com/ review/ VE1117791920. time. Variety (http:/ / www.[11] The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 100% of critics gave the film positive reviews." Last accessed: January 20. and a decent person with fatally poor impulse control and prone to wild overreaction when enraged. in a manner similar to Patricia Highsmith's Tom Ripley. 2008. com/ title/ tt0042593/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. Notable quote Dixon [quoting dialog from his new script to Laurel]: "I was born when she kissed me. based on twenty-seven reviews. Gonzalez. When this well dries up. No question of Dix's innocence exists in the novel. further analyses the paralleles and differences between the novel and the film. In the film. [12] 187 Comparisons to novel In a Lonely Place was based on Dorothy B. Last accessed: January 20. Muller. which edition is still in print as of April 2007. 1950. Bernard. Last accessed: January 20. "Nicholas Ray: An American Journey" (Great Britain: Faber and Faber Limited. asp?ID=211) Brooks. Steele is a charlatan who pretends to be a novelist while sponging money from his overbearing uncle. Crowther.in_a_lonely_place. com/ movie/ review?res=9F07E3DB1539E13BBC4052DFB366838B649EDE). film critic Roger Ebert added In a Lonely Place to his "great movies" list. variety. In a Lonely Place on Time's "All-Time 100 List" (http:/ / www. Sight and Sound. Dix is pursued by women. com/ film/ film_review. was re-released by The Feminist Press at CUNY in 2003. Penguin Books also published a paperback edition in the UK in 2010 as part of their Modern Classics imprint. . May 17. The novel has been hailed lately as a stellar example of mid-twentieth hardboiled/noir fiction. "Humphrey and Bogey. The New York Times. asp?ID=211). 2001. He notes that there is a parallel in the film between Dix's adaptation of a novel for film with the adaptation of In a Lonely Place for film. com/ top25noir. (It should be noted that Hughes' novel predates Highsmith's and may have influenced it. in the DVD featurette 'In A Lonely Place Revisited'. com/ lulu/ bogey. slantmagazine. reminiscent of the first-person in noir. his rage at the cloud of suspicion has driven the woman he loves away for good. psykickgirl. Last accessed: January 20. as Edmund H.00. Bosley (http:/ / movies.In a Lonely Place In 2009. Volume 36 Number 1. 2008. 2008.

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[1] His book on the case was published at about the same time the film was released. The opening narration is voiced by Estes Kefauver who. Reles was about to testify against a major crime lord but. was chairing a US Senate investigation into organized crime. Ted de Corsia's Joe Rico was probably inspired by Abe Reles. Like Rico. trials. 1951 87 minutes United States English The Enforcer is a black-and-white 1951 film noir starring Humphrey Bogart. Based on the Murder. gang. that terms like "contract" (a deal to commit a murder) and "hit" (the actual killing itself) first came into the public knowledge. Inc. Background Although largely fictional. was found dead after falling out of the Half Moon Hotel in Coney . who led the prosecutions of several members of the Murder. the film is largely a police procedural directed by Bretaigne Windust with uncredited help from Raoul Walsh. Bogart's ADA Martin Ferguson is based on Burton Turkus. The gangsters used such codes in case of eavesdroppers or phone tappings by the police. Inc. although under heavy police guard. January 25.The Enforcer (1951 film) 189 The Enforcer (1951 film) The Enforcer Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Bretaigne Windust Raoul Walsh (uncredited) Milton Sperling Martin Rackin Humphrey Bogart Zero Mostel Ted de Corsia Everett Sloane David Buttolph Music by Cinematography Robert Burks Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Warner Bros. including the ending. and the Kefauver hearings. who shot most of the film's suspenseful moments. Inc. It was during this investigation. the film is based on the real-life investigation into a group of hired killers dubbed by the press as "Murder. at the time." (the film was released under that title in the United Kingdom).

He later witnesses his accomplices being killed by other killers sent by the boss. The killer will have no motive for committing the crime and thus will not be suspected by the police. accident or suicide. The Terrified Witness Under heavy police protection. It emerges that she was a contract whom "Duke" Malloy was supposed to kill. Some go into hiding. Rico pretends to go to town for a contract but instead parks his car behind some bushes. Rico was the only evidence Ferguson had against Mendoza who will walk away in the morning as a free man. Ten years beforehand Angela and her father. and flashbacks within flashback. Only Ricco knows who the top boss is.The Enforcer (1951 film) Island on November 12. When Ferguson threatens to jail his wife and put his little son into care. The police eventually find a mass grave filled with dozens of bodies. Furthermore. a café owner. terms which mean nothing to the officers. but that he instead fell in love with her. He calls his boss whose answers do not reassure him. is brought in on the case. Malloy. and you're going to kill him. whose murder started the investigation. Teresa Davis (Patricia Joiner) tells the detectives that Nina's real name was Angela Vetto and that she was in hiding since her father's death. not murder. The killers get a regular salary (even if they go to jail). Ferguson. which is out in the countryside. witnessed the murder of John Webb. but he falls off the ledge and is killed on impact when he hits the courtyard. He later commits suicide in his cell. he's got to die. Ferguson is bound and determined to get Mendoza "in the chair" and stresses to Rico that Mendoza will "die. Nina's roommate. The killers carry out murders for profit. the idea being that they are hired to kill someone at the request of someone else (the person's spouse or business partner. fearing for their lives as others are killed by other members from out of town. a cab driver. As the authorities close in on them. overcome with grief. The gang uses terms like "contract" (a request to commit murder) and "hit" (the actual killing) in case of others listening in. However he believes that something else came up in the course of the investigation that might make the case if only he could remember it. He tried to cover it up but his associates caught up with them and forced him to kill her. Malloy only had convictions for petty crimes. the gang begins to break up. It has never been established for sure if Reles' death was murder. under pressure from others. There have been several attempts on Rico's life and he is a bag of nerves. while the client with the motive will have a perfect alibi. 190 Plot The action is set in an unnamed American city and is told mainly in flashback. gangster Joe Rico (Ted de Corsia) arrives late at night at the courthouse to testify against crime lord Albert Mendoza (Everett Sloane). Rico himself is hiding in a farm with his last remaining accomplices. He and police Captain Nelson (Roy Roberts) decide to go through the evidence hoping that something will come up. 1941. their families are looked after if anything goes wrong and bonuses are paid for actual killings. the client has to keep contributing money in case of exposure. At the crime scene. for example). Rico gives his bodyguards the slip and tries to escape by reaching the fire escape on the eighth floor of the building. the police find an empty grave. Lazick leads the police to the body of Nina Lombardo. . the ADA in charge of homicide. Lazick confesses that he is part of a "troop" (a group of killers) operating under the orders of Joe Rico who gets requests to commit murders over the telephone from a third party. The Original Investigation The case began when a man called James "Duke" Malloy (Michael Tolan) burst into a police station and claimed to have killed his girlfriend." After yet another attempt on his life. bitterly explains that his girlfriend was a "contract" and a "hit". but checking on his associates leads the investigators to "Big Babe" Lazick (Zero Mostel). but lead prosecutor ADA Martin Ferguson (Humphrey Bogart) reminds him that he himself faces plenty of charges that could "burn you a dozen times".

so Raoul Walsh was brought in to finish the film.. so Ferguson uses a music store's street-side loud speakers to warn her that her life is in danger and to contact him at the store.. Ferguson and Nelson arrive at her house to learn that she has gone shopping. In return for being spared the death penalty.. 191 Desperate Hunt With Rico now dead. James "Duke" Malloy (billed as Lawrence Tolan) King Donovan . sends two of his remaining men after the real Angela Vetto. Rico describes Vetto's daughter as having "big blue eyes". Ferguson kills one of the gangsters and the other is arrested. Sgt.. warning him of the nightmares that they will give him. Mendoza has come to the same conclusion and. Frustrated. Ferguson goes to Mendoza's cell and leaves him with photos of his victims.. The streets are too crowded for them to find her. To prove his point he killed the café owner. but Ferguson warned her against it.. Whitlow Bob Steele . Teresa Davis. Ferguson concludes that Nina was pointed out as Duke's contract by mistake.. However the killing was witnessed by Tony Vetto (Tito Vuolo) and his daughter. Tom "Philadelphia" Zaca . Olga Kirshen Don Beddoe . However. Mendoza will walk... On the other hand her roommate.. Rico first met Mendoza when the latter tried to interfere in a bookmaking racket run by Rico's previous employer. calling it Windust's work.. John Webb. through his attorney. the studio that had made him a star.. Albert Mendoza.. In it. Impressed by the beating he got from Rico.. This was Bogart's last film for Warner Bros... she even tried to leave town. Thomas O'Hara Tito Vuolo . he offers to testify against his boss..The Enforcer (1951 film) Rico contacts Ferguson. Cast Humphrey Bogart ... followed by the killers. Joseph Rico Everett Sloane . Capt. Angela does so and Ferguson sets off to meet her. does have blue eyes... Assistant District Attorney Martin Ferguson Zero Mostel . Teresa told the police that Nina was Angela Vetto as a hint: to get them on the trail of the killers without getting involved herself. Herman (billed as Robert Steele) Adelaide Klein .. Walsh refused to take the credit.. He then escorts Angela Vetto to testify against Mendoza and put him in the chair. "Big Babe" Lazick Ted de Corsia . whereas the body of Nina Lombardo (assumed to be Angela Vetto) had brown eyes. an accomplished Broadway director. Vince Jack Lambert .. Production Director Bretaigne Windust.. Mendoza and Rico got away. Frank Nelson Michael Tolan . He then returns to the evidence room and listens to the tapping of Rico's confession — which is not admissible in court... Mendoza took him to a café and explained the concept of his new business: murder for profit. from Nina's photo. fell seriously ill during the beginning of shooting. for which he received $500. In the subsequent shoot-out. Albert Mendoza Roy Roberts . Tony Vetto John Kellogg . but years later Vetto recognised Mendoza as a cab fare and was murdered before he could go to the police.

[1] • La città è salva .Gangsters.(translation: The Woman to Kill) • Murder Inc . published in 1998 by Aurum External links • The Enforcer (http://www.Italian title . edited by Phil Hardy.com/title/tt0043503/) at the Internet Movie Database .The Enforcer (1951 film) 192 Alternate Titles • La Femme à abattre .imdb.(translation: The City is Saved) References [1] The Aurum Film Encyclopaedia .French title .title under which it was originally released in British cinemas and shown on British TV.

) June 12. The drama features Humphrey Bogart. 1951 (U. among others.S. Bezzerides and Hans Jacoby. It is based on the novel Coup de Grace written by Joseph Kessel. Bezzerides Hans Jacoby Story: Joseph Kessel Humphrey Bogart Märta Torén Lee J. Lee J. 1951 (U. Cobb.I.) 98 minutes United States English Running time Country Language Sirocco (1951) is an American film noir directed by Curtis Bernhardt and written by A.I.[1] .K.Sirocco (film) 193 Sirocco (film) Sirocco Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Curtis Bernhardt Robert Lord Screenplay: A.A. Cobb George Antheil Starring Music by Cinematography Burnett Guffey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Viola Lawrence Columbia Pictures June 1. Märta Torén.

a French patrol nearly captures Harry. Harry agrees to help Feroud meet with Hassan. By applying pressure to Balukjian (Zero Mostel). one of Harry's friendly rivals. but she rejects him. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Harry Smith Märta Torén as Violette Lee J. just as Violetta shows up and begs him to take her DVD cCover back to Cairo. but he refuses to let her go. Harry Smith (Humphrey Bogart) is an amoral American black marketeer secretly selling them weapons. He barely gets away.Sirocco (film) 194 Plot In 1925 Damascus. and without that. he is soon betrayed to the French. Harry's assistant Onslow Stevens as Emir Hassan Ludwig Donath as Flophouse proprietor David Bond as Achmet Vincent Renno as Arthur . However. so they kill him. The rebels are angered that he has revealed the location of their headquarters to the French and fear he has sold them out. Feroud wonders aloud if he has convinced Hassan to be as big a fool. Feroud presses for negotiations with rebel leader Emir Hassan (Onslow Stevens) instead.000 pound ransom. The officers are allowed to leave. persuades him to rescind the plan. but decides to spare his life when Harry and Feroud's aide Major Leon (Gerald Mohr) show up offering a 10. French General LaSalle (Everett Sloane) orders that civilians be executed each time his soldiers are killed. As the situation deteriorates. Facing execution. they notice that the incessant gunfire and explosions have stopped. Cobb). Later. the natives are engaged in a guerrilla war against the French rule of Syria. but his head of military intelligence. LaSalle reluctantly lets him try to arrange a meeting. but has to leave behind his money. she informs Feroud she wants to leave him. Harry makes a pass at Feroud's unhappy mistress. The young officer sent in his place is later found with his throat cut. Colonel Feroud (Lee J. As Feroud and Leon walk back. Hassan calls the colonel a fool and dismisses his plea for negotiations. he agrees to take her along. Cobb as Col. To complicate matters. LaSalle Gerald Mohr as Major Leon Zero Mostel as Balukjiaan Nick Dennis as Nasir Aboud. Feroud Everett Sloane as Gen. Harry is not so lucky. Violetta (Märta Torén). Needing to flee himself. Harry is tipped off. but refuses to let Feroud make contact directly. Feroud finds out about Harry's gun running.

but it’ a perfect s example of how Hollywood could take ordinary material and still make it entertaining. The New York Times. For the most part—indeed. Leonard (http:/ / leonardmaltin. [3] Maltin. who perform well under Curtis Bernhardt’direction. June 14.. Gerald Mohr. and Nick Dennis head the colorful supporting cast. and that’true. Leonard Maltin Movie Crazy film reviews.imdb.. htm#sirocco). Zero Mostel. called the Moulin Rouge. imdb. art direction. Bosley (http:/ / movies. writing.Sirocco (film) 195 Critical reception Film critic Bosley Crowther lambasted the film and wrote. External links • Sirocco (http://www. the scene is no more suggestive of Damascus than a Shriners' convention in New Orleans.com/title/title.Sirocco is strictly formula stuff. through sheer professional polish in the writing. The setting is Damascus in s 1926. com/ movie/ review?_r=1& res=9D00E2D7113FE23BBC4C52DFB066838A649EDE& oref=slogin). Last accessed: January 23. com/ previousPicks/ prevPicks. "I’ always read that it was a half-baked attempt to d rekindle some of the ingredients that made Casablanca such a success. sneering gun-runner proving a painful thorn in a nice French colonel's side. "Except for a few moody moments in a plaster night-club.jsp?stid=) at the TCM Movie Database . when the French Army is battling Syrian insurgents."[2] Critic Leonard Maltin gave the film a mixed review. for the sole part—Sirocco wafts a torpid tale of a slick."[3] s References [1] Sirocco (http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0044040/ ) at the Internet Movie Database [2] Crowther. 2008.com/title/tt0044040/) at the Internet Movie Database • Sirocco (http://tcmdb. 1951. and some shadowy shots of sloppy Syrians lying around in dingy catacombs. staging. nytimes. Last accessed: January 23. 2008. on which occasion you would see more fezzes than ever show up in this film. and casting. film review. 2008.

Forester Humphrey Bogart Katharine Hepburn Robert Morley Allan Gray Music by Cinematography Jack Cardiff Editing by Studio Ralph Kemplen Horizon Pictures [1] Romulus Films Ltd United Artists (US) Independent Film Distributors (UK) February 20. Richard Marner and Theodore Bikel. Forester. John Huston.The African Queen (film) 196 The African Queen (film) The African Queen Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on Starring John Huston Sam Spiegel John Woolf (uncredited) John Huston James Agee The African Queen by C. John Collier and Peter Viertel. Walter Gotell. The African Queen has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. S. 1952 105 minutes United Kingdom United States English Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language The African Queen is a 1951 American adventure drama film adapted from the 1935 novel of the same name by C. Peter Bull. The screenplay was adapted by James Agee. S. It was photographed in Technicolor by Jack Cardiff and had a music score by Allan Gray. The film stars Humphrey Bogart (who won the Academy Award for Best Actor – his only Oscar). The film was directed by John Huston and produced by Sam Spiegel[2] and John Woolf. . and Katharine Hepburn with Robert Morley.

but eventually succumb and strike a relationship. The boat rolls and pitches crazily as it goes down the rapids. leading to more severe flooding in the boat and also collapsing the stern canopy. Rose comes up with a plan to convert the Queen into a torpedo boat. Charlie hoped after passing the first obstacle that Rose would be discouraged. but she is confident they can handle what is yet to come. This time. When Charlie dives under the boat. Charlie and Rose watch crocodiles frolic on the nearby river bank when the third set of rapids comes up. the Sayers choose to stay on. the Louisa (actually Königin Luise in German). which patrols a large lake downriver. the couple decide to take a pit stop to gather more fuel and drain the boat. Charlie points out that navigating the river would be suicidal: to reach the lake they would have to pass a German fort and negotiate several dangerous rapids. and argues that Charlie promised to go all the way. But Rose is insistent and eventually persuades him to go along with the plan. He helps Rose bury her brother. the couple dock on the river bank to check for damage. Samuel becomes delirious with fever and soon dies. Charlie mentions to Rose that the Germans have a gunboat. Their mail and supplies are delivered by the rough-and-ready Canadian boat captain Charlie Allnut (Humphrey Bogart) of the African Queen. effectively blocking any British counter-attacks.The African Queen (film) 197 Plot Robert Morley and Katharine Hepburn play Samuel and Rose Sayer. blowing two bullet holes in the top of the boiler and causing one of the steam pressure hoses to disconnect from the boiler. Charlie manages to straighten the shaft and weld a new blade on to the propeller. Charlie returns shortly afterward. Luckily. Back on the river. Embarrassed. and sink the Louisa. Charlie manages to reattach the hose to the boiler just as they are about to enter the second set of rapids. which in turn. Charlie. and they set off in the African Queen. When Charlie warns them that war has broken out between Germany and Britain. he is beaten by a German soldier. While celebrating their success. and they are off again. whose coarse behavior they tolerate in a rather stiff manner. brother and sister British Methodist missionaries in the village of Kungdu in German East Africa in 1914 during World War I. Later on. Once again. there is a loud metallic clattering noise as the boat goes over the falls. After the Germans leave. they break off. But Rose and Charlie have to duck down when they pass the fortress and the soldiers begin shooting at them. he finds the propeller shaft bent sideways and a blade missing from the propeller. the two find themselves in an embrace. they get through with minimal flooding in the boat. causes the boat's engine to stop running. During their journey down the river. . Rose and the African Queen encounter many obstacles. In discussing their situation. with some expert skills and using suggestions from Rose. Luckily. The first set of rapids is rather easy. When Samuel protests. including the German fort and three sets of rapids. only to witness the Germans burning down the mission village and herd the villagers away.

it turns out. they try to tow the boat through the muck. Samuel Sayer Peter Bull as Captain of Louisa Theodore Bikel as the First Officer Walter Gotell as the Second Officer Peter Swanwick as the First Officer of Shona Richard Marner as the Second Officer of Shona . Rose's plan has worked. where he is questioned by the captain. Charlie is captured and taken aboard the Louisa. the Germans prepare to hang them. Believing Rose to have drowned. That night. causing it to sink lower and eventually the Queen tips over. At the height of a storm. convinced they have no hope of survival. They then attach the torpedoes through the bow of the Queen. Once on the lake. First. The captain sentences her too to be executed as a spy. However. Rose and a feverish Charlie turn in. deciding they have nothing to lose anyway. Unfortunately. As they sleep. only to have Charlie come out of the water covered with leeches. and Rose confesses the whole plot proudly. exhausted and beaten. After a brief marriage ceremony. they push the Queen out onto the lake. he makes no attempt to defend himself against accusations of spying and is sentenced to death by hanging.The African Queen (film) All appears lost when Charlie and Rose "lose the channel" and the boat becomes mired in the mud amid dense reeds near the mouth of the river. The captain questions her. All their efforts to free the African Queen fail. the holes in the bow in which the torpedoes were pushed through are not sealed. Before going to sleep Rose prays that she and Charlie be admitted into Heaven. and the newly-married couple swim to safety in Belgian Congo. they narrowly avoid being spotted by the Louisa. if a little belatedly. Charlie asks the German captain to marry them before executing them. heavy rains raise the river's level and float the Queen off of the mud and into the lake which. Rose is captured too and Charlie hollers her name. then pretends not to know her. 198 Cast • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Charlie Allnut Katharine Hepburn as Rose Sayer Robert Morley as Rev. intending to set it on a collision course with the Louisa. is just a short distance from their location. they set about converting some oxygen cylinders into torpedoes using gelatin explosives and improvised detonators that use nails as the firing pins for rifle cartridges. The Louisa has struck the overturned hull of the African Queen and detonated the torpedoes. when there is a sudden explosion and the Louisa starts to sink. With no supplies left and short of potable water. allowing water to pour into the boat.

The small steam-boat used in the film to depict the African Queen was built in 1912.[5] Because of the dangers involved with shooting the rapid scenes. For instance. Much of the film was shot on location in Uganda and the Congo in Movie trailer Africa. The film also features a German gunboat. and on February 20. England. a British company. which was so pleased with the results that they talked John Huston into directing their next picture. but was subsequently refloated by the British and continues to operate as a passenger ferry to this day. but instead fortifying himself from the large supply of whiskey he had brought along with him. which he credited to not drinking any water on location. which sank in 1916 during the Battle for Lake Tanganyika.[4] Most of the action takes place aboard a boat – the African Queen of the title – and scenes on board the boat were filmed using a large raft with a mockup of the boat on top. Bogart later bragged that he was the only one to escape illness. USA. In one scene. the scenes in which Bogart and Hepburn are seen in the water were all shot in studio tanks at Isleworth Studios. in Lytham St Annes. Sections of the boat set could be removed to make room for the large Technicolor camera. This proved hazardous on one occasion when the boat's boiler – a heavy copper replica – almost fell over onto Hepburn. especially for a technicolor picture which utilized large unwieldy cameras. It was not bolted down since it also had to be moved to accommodate the camera. All of the foreground plates for the process shots were also done in studio. and is now on display at Key Largo in Florida. Premiere The African Queen opened on December 23. in order to qualify for the 1951 Oscars. Awards and honors Academy Awards . This was rather novel for the time. Some changes were made before the film was completed. for service in Africa. The actual vessel used in the film to portray the Louisa was the steam tug BUGANDA owned and operated on Lake Victoria by East African Railways & Harbours. At one time it was owned by actor Fess Parker. which included the two characters cohabiting without the formality of marriage. Middlesex.[3] The film was partially financed by John Woolf and James Woolf of Romulus Films. These scenes were considered too dangerous to shoot in Africa. a model was created at the studio tank in London. 1951 in Los Angeles. 1952 at the Capitol Theatre in New York City. Perhaps half of the film was shot in England. The cast and crew endured sickness. Moulin Rouge (1952). and spartan living conditions during their time on location.The African Queen (film) 199 Production Production censors objected to several aspects of the original script. the Königin Luise. Hepburn was playing a piano but had a bucket nearby as she was often sick between takes. which is based on the former World War I vessel MV Liemba (known until 1924 as the Graf von Götzen).

AFI's 100 Years. to Paramount Domestic Television.AFI's 100 Years. A region 1 DVD is available and distributed by The Castaways Pictures and has English and Chinese subtitles available with no other features.#65 AFI has also honored both Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn as the greatest American screen legends. The British DVD includes a theatrical trailer and an audio commentary by cinematographer Cardiff in which he details many of the hardships and challenges involved in filming a movie in Africa. While Granada International holds international rights..#14 2006 .from Viacom Enterprises. 100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) . Script changes Although Bogart won an Academy Award for the performance. US TV rights have changed hands several times over the years . For many years.AFI's 100 Years. The original screenplay depicted his character in thick Cockney dialect but Bogart was incapable of the accent.. the film had been released in the United States on VHS video. CBS Television Distribution and finally to Trifecta Entertainment & Media. . 100 Cheers . 20th Century Fox had U.. rights are held by Paramount Pictures.The African Queen (film) 200 Award Person Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role Humphrey Bogart Nominated: Best Actress in a Leading Role Best Adapted Screenplay Best Director Katharine Hepburn James Agee John Huston John Huston Others American Film Institute recognition • • • • 1998 . It is not clear if this is authorized or not. 100 Movies .#17 2002 ... It can often be found on either Turner Classic Movies or pay-per-view. laserdisc and as a region 1 DVD.. the sound lacks bass response and suffers from clicks and pops.. his entire part had to be rewritten after casting. 100 Passions .S. who inherited the rights to the film when Viacom (who had acquired the rights from copyright holder Horizon Film Management in the 1970s) purchased the studio in 1994.AFI's 100 Years..#48 2007 . video rights (through CBS/Fox Video) until they reverted to Paramount (along with several Viacom-owned Elvis Presley films originally by Paramount) in 1997. Prior to 2010. CBS Paramount Domestic Television. The picture quality is somewhat grainy and suffers from colour shifts. Germany and Scandinavia.S. Subsequent releases and rights issues The film has been released on Region 2 DVD in the United Kingdom. the U. which currently distributes the film under license from Paramount.

Penguin Books Ltd. and R Dilthey.jstor.com. The film was restored in its original mono soundtrack from original UK film elements under the sole supervision of Paramount. movies. Paramount completed restoration work for region 1 and a 4K digitally restored version was issued on DVD and Blu-Ray March 23. Romulus Films and international rights holder ITV Global Entertainment were acknowledged in the restoration credits. Eagle". virginia. C. Historical. "Mimi and Toutou Go Forth: The Bizarre Battle of Lake Tanganyika". edu/ exhibits/ censored/ film.The African Queen (film) 201 2009 digital restoration In 2009. Retrieved October 3.nytimes.imdb. "German Methods of Development in Africa. External links • The African Queen (http://www. Katharine (1987). 1952 broadcast of Lux Radio Theater with Humphrey Bogart reprising his film role and joined by Greer Garson. [3] Censored Films and Television at University of Virginia online (http:/ / www2. The Making of the African Queen. The German Colonial Empire. [2] Spiegel was billed as "S. New York City: W. Historical. Adaptations to other media The African Queen was adapted as a one-hour radio play on the December 15. ENMU.CO%3B2-L • Henderson. 2010. Giles (2005). 18 April.0. Norton & Company. This broadcast is included as a bonus CD in the Commemorative Box Set version of the Paramount DVD. ITV released the restoration in Region 2 on June 14." Journal of the Royal African Society 4.P. nytimes.com/m/african_queen/) at Rotten Tomatoes • Literature (http://film.virtual-history. J-Stor.T.com/film. William Otto. • Hepburn. com/ Interviews/ Parker/ interview_fess_parker. 1989. ENMU.14 (1905): 238-41. The Great War in Africa. References Notes [1] "Company Information" (http:/ / movies. . michaelbarrier." Journal of the Royal African Society 1. 2nd ed. 2005. ISBN 0-14-100984-5 • Hagberg Wright. 1914-1918. htm Bibliography • Farwell. or: How I Went to Africa with Bogart. W. Bacall and Huston and Almost Lost My Mind (Knopf) • Werner. Byron. 2005 http://links.php?filmid=1109) . lib. 18 April. com/ movie/ 1159/ The-African-Queen/ credits). Portland: International Specialized Book Services.com/title/tt0043265/) at the Internet Movie Database • The African Queen (http://www. 2010.1 (1901): 23-38.org/ sici?sici=0368-4016%28190110%291%3A1%3C23%3AGMODIA%3E2. Golden Library. J-Stor. "German and British Colonisation in Africa. 1993.rottentomatoes. Golden Library. Inc. A. 2010. html) [4] Embracing Chaos: Making ‘ African Queen' a documentary film The [5] http:/ / www. • Foden.

A. Benjamin Day. including that his estranged wife Nora is about to remarry.S. which could turn out to be a circulation builder that keeps the paper in business or else the last big story it ever covers.U. Siegel Richard Brooks Humphrey Bogart Ethel Barrymore Kim Hunter Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox Release date(s) March 14. Deadline . This hard-hitting film has film noir elements and is generally considered one of the best films about the newspaper business. 1952 Running time Country Language 87 minutes United States English Deadline – U. the widow of the paper's founder.A. Hutcheson has other concerns. is a 1952 crime film starring Humphrey Bogart.S. Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Richard Brooks Sol C. The original Sun newspaper was edited by a Mr. Ethel Barrymore and Kim Hunter. The newspaper used as background on the film. Plot Ed Hutcheson is the crusading managing editor of a large metropolitan newspaper called The Day. which closed in 1950.A. He also puts his reporters to work on the murder of a young woman and the involvement of racketeer Tomas Rienzi. 202 Deadline – U. but Mrs. He is steadfastly loyal to publisher Margaret Garrison. called The Day is loosely based upon the old New York City newspaper The Sun.Deadline – U.A. . A crusading newspaper editor fights a gangster.S. making the 1952 film name a good play on words. Garrison is on the verge of selling the newspaper to interests who plan to permanently cease its operation.S. The scenes of the printing room was shot at the New York Daily News building.

imdb. jsp?stid=72550 [2] http:/ / www.Deadline – U. com/ title/ title. 203 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Ed Hutcheson Ethel Barrymore as Margaret Garrison Kim Hunter as Nora Hutcheson Ed Begley as Frank Allen Warren Stevens as George Burrows Paul Stewart as Harry Thompson Martin Gabel as Tomas Rienzi Joe De Santis as Herman Schmidt Joyce Mackenzie as Katherine Garrison Geary Audrey Christie as Mrs.A.A. [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Deadline – U.S. [2] at the Internet Movie Database References [1] http:/ / tcmdb.A.S. Willebrandt Fay Baker as Alice Garrison Courtney Jim Backus as Jim Cleary External links • Deadline – U.S. com/ title/ tt0044533/ .

. the three are shipwrecked and washed up another island. where they take jobs as pearl divers for a prince. Following further romantic complications. The hazardous dive produces a chest of priceless jewels. the boys participate in a traditional marriage ceremony.Road to Bali 204 Road to Bali Road to Bali theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Hal Walker Daniel Dare Frank Butler Hal Kanter Bing Crosby Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour Paramount Pictures November 1. both thinking they're marrying Lalah. Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. Harold conjures up Jane Russell from a basket by playing a flute and thinks that he's going to get her. a cousin of the Prince. In fact. They end up in Darwin. have to leave in a hurry to avoid various marriage proposals. They vie with each other for the favours of exotic (and half-Scottish) Princess Lalah. American song-and dance-men performing in Melbourne. she's being unwillingly married to the already much-married King. Harold is left alone on the beach. Plot George and Harold. (the location is unclear. but possibly in the Maluku Islands). Australia. demanding that the film shouldn't finish and asking the audience to stick around to see what's going to happen. It was released by Paramount Pictures and is the sixth of the seven Road to … movies. But she chooses otherwise and George walks off with both Jane and Lala. Lalah is now in love with both of the boys and can't decide which to chose. which the prince plans to claim as his own. They are taken by boat to an idyllic island on the way to Bali. It was the only such movie filmed in color and was the first to feature surprise cameo appearances from other well-known stars of the day. 1952 (US) 91 minutes United States English Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Road to Bali is a 1952 comedy film starring Bing Crosby. After escaping from the prince and his henchmen.

Bing Crosby[2] "The Merry-Go-Run-Around" . The film was a co-production of Bing Crosby Enterprises. Dean Martin. and was known during production as The Road to Hollywood. Dorothy Lamour and Bing Crosby "The Road To Bali" . Hope Enterprises and Paramount.. Songs • • • • • • "Chicago Style" .Bing Crosby and Bob Hope (Song was recorded commercially.by Dorothy Lamour "Hoot Mon" . Humphrey Bogart. Martin and Lewis also made films for Paramount at the time. but was not used in the film) Music for all songs is by Jimmy Van Heusen. Jerry Lewis. as her character from the 1952 film Son of Paleface. with lyrics by Johnny Burke. by way of a clip Bob Hope.. and Jane Russell. .[1] The giant squid that threatens Bob Hope in an underwater scene was previously seen attacking Ray Milland in the Paramount production Reap the Wild Wind directed by Cecil B. Peggy Lee recorded the Lamour part of the vocals. When Decca Records was recording the songs from the movie. Cast • Bing Crosby as George Cochran • Bob Hope as Harold Gridley • Dorothy Lamour as Princess Lalah McTavish • Murvyn Vye as Prince Ken Arok • Peter Coe as Gung • Ralph Moody as Bhoma Da • Leon Askin as King Ramayana Cameos Among the celebrities who made token "gag" appearances in this film are bandleader Bob Crosby (Bing's brother). as well as the last "Road" film to star Dorothy Lamour. while Hope and Crosby appeared in Martin and Lewis's Scared Stiff the following year. DeMille and the erupting volcano climax was taken directly from the Paramount production Aloma of the South Seas (1941) also starring Lamour. they did not use Dorothy Lamour.performed by Bing Crosby and Bob Hope "Moonflowers" . and the next to last to be made. Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour from The African Queen.Bob Hope. It was the sixth film in the series.Bing Crosby and Bob Hope "To See You Is To Love You" ." picture since 1947's Road to Rio.Road to Bali 205 Production Road to Bali was the first "Road to. The cameo by Martin and Lewis were part of a 'comedy trade' where they made an appearance in this movie.

" Crosby breaks the fourth wall after Hope "notices" the audience is paying attention when he's about to tell Crosby how he escaped from the giant squid. and a dance routine featuring Scottish bagpipes. "He's gonna sing.[4] For films registered for copyright in 1950 and later. folks. along with other Bob Hope movies from the 1940s and 1950s.Road to Bali 206 Release Columbia Pictures Television (in joint venture with LBS Communications through what was then Colex Enterprises) once had the television rights to this film in the 1980s. Hope looks to the camera and says. films.. with Woody Woodpecker and Buzz Buzzard in the Hope and Crosby roles. . when the “in notice” year is earlier than the calendar year of the official registration. That registration entry also shows "in notice: 1952". to the exotic island of Bali. which takes Crosby and Hope from Melbourne. which currently owns the first four Road to. This is evident in a home video release from the mid-1990s. both CPT successor Sony Pictures Television and what is now FremantleMedia hold ancillary rights to this film. the most recent DVD and HD-DVD releases coming from BCI Eclipse. and official video releases have been issued under license from FremantleMedia (and its predecessor companies All-American Television and Pearson Television). The cartoon was released by Universal Studios. indicating Hope's description was indecipherable. where a CPT logo can be seen at the beginning and end of the film. The copyright was renewed under RE105899 dated 1 September 1981. Because the film is in the public domain.[3] According to copyright law.. In popular culture Road to Bali was parodied in 1953 in the animated short Alley to Bali. the 28th year was 1980. meaning that is the year in the copyright notice on the film. the copyright term begins in the earlier year (1952 in this case). Now's the time to go out and get the popcorn. Bob Hope breaks the "fourth wall" several times to make side comments to the audience. Miscellany In keeping with the film's Commonwealth setting. Copyright status This movie was copyrighted under registration LP2200 1 January 1953. Australia. many of the jokes contain references to Argyle socks. as the music for a song sung by Bing Crosby begins. Tasmanian-born Errol Flynn. For example. there have been at least a dozen DVD releases from a variety of companies over the years. As with the other Road movies.[5] For Road to Bali. Crosby then walks back toward the audience and shrugs at the camera. the window for a valid renewal was the 28th calendar year of the original copyright term. However. Australian opera singer Dame Nellie Melba. Hope and Crosby walk away from the camera and Hope tells his story in exaggerated pantomime (out of earshot).

pdcomedy. jsp?stid=88411& category=Notes) Crosby's version of "To See You Is to Love You" is featured without credit in Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (1952). Public Domain (1940-1949).org/details/road_to_bali_ipod) available for free download at the Internet Archive [more] • Road to Bali (http://tcmdb.jsp?stid=88411) at the TCM Movie Database • Road to Bali (http://www.allmovie.Road to Bali 207 Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] TCM Notes (http:/ / www. Film Superlist: Motion Pictures in the U.com/title/tt0045094/) at the Internet Movie Database • Road to Bali (http://www.com/work/41571) at Allmovie • Road to Bali (http://video. com/ tcmdb/ title.google. Film Superlist: Motion Pictures in the U. Public Domain (1950-1959).S.com/ Movies/RoadToBali/RoadToBali. Film Superlist: Motion Pictures in the U. External links • Road to Bali (http://www. Public Domain (1950-1959). tcm. page 287. page viii.archive.imdb.com/videoplay?docid=6866609623226770661) at Google Videos (Adobe Flash video) • Free to download clips from the movie in Windows and Real Media formats (http://www. page 509.S.html) .S.com/title/title.

would make the film seem more realistic to an audience. Brooks also noted that Bogart agreed to do the film because the script's humor. Berman Richard Brooks Allen Rivkin Laura Kerr Humphrey Bogart June Allyson Keenan Wynn Lennie Hayton Starring Music by Cinematography John Alton Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language George Boemler MGM March 6.  United States English Battle Circus is a 1953 film directed by Richard Brooks. who also wrote the screenplay. with its assemblage of tents. According to Brooks (in an interview filmed for the 1988 Bacall on Bogart documentary). set in a story showing the tragedy of war. with Allyson playing a newly-arrived nurse. The title of the film refers to the speed and ease with which a MASH unit. . The film is set in Korea during the Korean War. the film was originally called MASH. 1953 90 min. It stars Humphrey Bogart and June Allyson. pick up stakes and move to where the action is. like a circus. Bogart (in his sole film for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[1] ) plays a surgeon and commander of Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) 66. a title rejected by MGM because the studio thought people would think the film had something to do with potatoes. can.Battle Circus (film) 208 Battle Circus (film) Battle Circus 1953 film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Richard Brooks Pandro S. and costars Keenan Wynn and Robert Keith.

jsp?stid=2091) at the TCM Movie Database Battle Circus (http://www.com/1953.allmovie.amctv.juneallyson.imdb.com/title/title. allmovie.Battle Circus (film) 209 Plot Cast • Humphrey Bogart as Major Jed Webbe • June Allyson as Lieutenant Ruth McGara • Keenan Wynn as Sergeant Orvil Statt • Robert Keith as Lieutenant Colonel Hilary Walters • William Campbell as Captain John Rustford • • • • • • • • • Perry Sheehan as Lieutenant Laurence Patricia Tiernan as Lieutenant Rose Ashland Adele Longmire as Lieutenant Jane Franklin Jonathan Cott as Adjutant Ann Morrison as Lieutenant Edith Edwards Helen Winston as Lieutenant Graciano Sarah Selby as Captain Dobbs Danny Chang as Korean child Philip Ahn as Korean prisoner • Steve Forrest as Sergeant References [1] http:/ / www.htm) from the official June Allyson website .com/work/1:4293) at Allmovie Synopsis (http://www.com/title/tt0045544/) at the Internet Movie Database Battle Circus (http://tcmdb.com/show/detail?CID=8497) from American Movie Classics Film summary (http://www. com/ work/ battle-circus-4293 VHS cover External links • • • • • Battle Circus (http://www.

It was co-authored by Huston and Truman Capote. and loosely based upon a novel of the same name by British journalist and critic Claud Cockburn. concerns the adventures of a motley crew of swindlers and ne'er-do-wells trying to lay claim to land rich in uranium deposits in Kenya as they wait in a small Italian port to travel aboard an ill-fated tramp steamer en route to Mombasa. It was intended by Huston as a tongue-in-cheek spoof of his earlier masterpiece. The Maltese Falcon.Beat the Devil (film) 210 Beat the Devil (film) Beat the Devil 1953 film poster Directed by Produced by Written by John Huston John Huston James Helvick (novel) John Huston Truman Capote Humphrey Bogart Jennifer Jones Gina Lollobrigida Peter Lorre Robert Morley Edward Underdown Ivor Barnard Marco Tulli Bernard Lee Saro Urzì Franco Mannino Starring Music by Cinematography Oswald Morris Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ralph Kemplen Romulus Films November 24. The all-star cast includes Humphrey Bogart. 1953 89 min. Jennifer Jones. writing under the pseudonym James Helvick. United Kingdom English Beat the Devil is a 1953 film directed by John Huston. The script. and of films of its genre. which was written on a day-to-day basis as the film was being shot. Gina Lollobrigida. Robert Morley (playing the role that Sydney Greenstreet .

it has variously been classified as a "thriller." Roger Ebert notes that the film has been characterized as the first camp movie." a "comedy. Despite its s disappointing performance. Jack Clayton Mario Perrone as Purser on SS Nyanga Giulio Donnini as Administrator Saro Urzì as Captain of SS Nyanga Aldo Silvani as Charles. and said of Beat the Devil." a "drama. 211 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Billy Dannreuther Jennifer Jones as Mrs. Truman Capote. . Peter Lorre and Bernard Lee (who was to gain widespread recognition with his appearances as "M" in the James Bond movies). reminisces about life during the filming of Beat the Devil. "Only phonies like it. portrayed by Toby Jones and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Gwendolen Chelm Gina Lollobrigida as Maria Dannreuther Robert Morley as Peterson Peter Lorre as Julius O'Hara Edward Underdown as Harry Chelm Ivor Barnard as Maj. It is above all else a parody of the Film Noir style that Huston himself had pioneered and as such has developed cult status in the ensuing years.Beat the Devil (film) would have played had he still been acting). In the biographical film dramas Infamous (2006) and Capote (2005). Film still image of Jennifer Jones. Restaurant Manager Juan de Landa as Hispano-Suiza Driver Reception The movie was not well received critically (although it was to become a National Board of Review winner) and was to mark the closure of the "quest movies" period in Huston’career. and is freely available and distributed over the internet as seen below. Jack Ross Marco Tulli as Ravello Bernard Lee as Insp. Gina Lollobrigida and Humphrey Bogart Beat the Devil is in the public domain because of unrenewed copyright. Beat The Devil has gone on to garner mild cult status. perhaps because he lost a good deal of his own money bankrolling it. Humphrey Bogart never liked the movie. This Huston opus does not easily fit into the standard set of film categories." a "crime" and a "romance" movie.

org/ details/ beat_the_devil . archive. com/ work/ 4481 [3] http:/ / www. imdb. com/ title/ tt0046414/ [2] http:/ / www.Beat the Devil (film) 212 External links • Beat the Devil [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Beat the Devil [2] at Allmovie • Beat the Devil (film) [3] available for free download at the Internet Archive [more] References [1] http:/ / www. allmovie.

700. and is based on the 1951 Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Herman Wouk The Caine Mutiny. The film depicts a mutiny aboard a fictitious World War II U.The Caine Mutiny (film) 213 The Caine Mutiny (film) The Caine Mutiny original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Edward Dmytryk Stanley Kramer Herman Wouk (novel) Stanley Roberts Michael Blankfort (add'l dialogue) Humphrey Bogart José Ferrer Van Johnson Fred MacMurray Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Franz Planer.000. directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Stanley Kramer. José Ferrer. Navy destroyer minesweeper. It stars Humphrey Bogart.S. Lyon Columbia Pictures June 24. the Caine. ASC Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Henry Batista William A. 1954 124 minutes United States English $2. and the subsequent court-martial of two officers.) $8.000 (est. . Van Johnson and Fred MacMurray.000 (US) The Caine Mutiny is a 1954 American drama film set during World War II.

More seriously. dropping a yellow marker in the water instead and leaving them unsupported. as an Ensign on a cruiser. after the navy was integrated. Keith has already met the executive officer. rich Ensign Willis Seward "Willie" Keith (Robert Francis) reports for duty aboard the Caine. excellent. Keefer begins trying to convince Maryk that he should relieve Queeg on the basis of mental illness (Article 184). the captain goes to absurd lengths to hunt the culprit. cheese was stolen. as the self-serving Keefer has carefully managed to cover himself and denies any complicity. and his right arm is bandaged. . a no-nonsense veteran who has seen years of stressful duty. Greenwald is a decorated Naval Aviator. but bending enough to ask for their support. The captain is soon replaced by a 1936 graduate of the U. and present their case against Queeg to Admiral William F. on these grounds. playing amateur psychiatrist. Queeg's decisions seem to Maryk to threaten capsizing of the Caine. cuts off the helmsman's warning.) Queeg relates a story from 1937 when. not explicitly apologizing for his behavior. Keefer could. Queeg found the guilty party and was commended for his actions. Queeg refuses to accept responsibility and tries to cover it up.N. the Caine continues in a circle and cuts the towline to the target. disgruntled because Keefer is poisoning the on-board atmosphere against Queeg without their or Queeg's knowledge. in combat. African-Americans in the segregated navy served as ship stewards called "mess boys". who refuses to equate the Caine with the rest of the Navy. the wrong way. "the colored mess boys ate the missing strawberries." Keefer makes a slight remark comparing Queeg to Captain William Bligh. Lieutenant Commander Phillip Queeg (Humphrey Bogart). R. Queeg berates both Keith and Keefer over a crewman's appearance and. When Halsey's aide tells the Caine officers that Halsey will see them. He is disappointed and horrified to find the Caine to be a small. Jr.S. which a number of other lawyers have already turned down. Other incidents serve to undermine Queeg's authority. Ensign Harding told Queeg. he rolls two ball bearings in his right hand. Maryk and Keith face a court-martial for mutiny. be held as responsible as Maryk. and Greenwald has warned him in private that. and the crew of the Caine has become slovenly and superficially undisciplined – although their performance of their duties is. The proceedings do not go well.The Caine Mutiny (film) 214 Plot Callow. LCDR Queeg served on convoy duty in the North Atlantic against the German Navy. Lieutenant Barney Greenwald (José Ferrer) reluctantly accepts the job of Maryk's defense counsel. Queeg quickly attempts to re-instill discipline into the crew. warning: "[T]here are four ways of doing things: the right way. do not respond. The truth of the missing strawberries. having been wounded in combat. Keefer convinces Maryk and Keith to accompany him to the admiral's flagship. and my way. Afterwards. Halsey. with Keith's support. his first assignment out of officer candidate school." (During World War II.. Lieutenant Stephen Maryk (Van Johnson). the Navy way. Naval Academy. The next day. Its gruff captain. Queeg makes a speech to his officers. Keefer decides to back out and leaves the flagship as Maryk and Keith follow. Lieutenant Commander DeVriess (Tom Tully). and is introduced to the cynical communications officer. we'll get along. has almost completely discarded spit-and-polish discipline. under Naval Regulations (Article 186). while distracted. Maryk relieves him and takes over. in fact. Queeg breaks off escorting a group of landing craft during an amphibious assault long before they reach the fiercely defended shore. battle-scarred destroyer-minesweeper. but Queeg fears that the ballast will foul the fuel lines with salt water. as a result. When Queeg appears to become paralyzed and unable to deal with the crisis. Maryk urgently recommends that they steer into the waves and take on ballast. when Queeg becomes nervous. novelist LT Thomas Keefer (Fred MacMurray). A constant theme. It was found that a seaman had a duplicate key to the ship's pantry. If they do things my way. the "mess boy" duties went to Filipino sailors. It was he who encouraged Maryk to question Queeg's sanity. After questioning them and Keefer. His subordinates. When they return to port. When the remains of a quart of strawberries is stolen from the officers' mess. Matters come to a head during a violent typhoon. the Caine is assigned to tow a target for gunnery practice.

Lee Marvin as "Meatball" Warner Anderson as Captain Blakely. I'm a lot drunker than you are.) H. and is surprised to find himself once again serving under now-Commander DeVriess as his captain. Maryk tells Greenwald to "forget it" but instead the lawyer exposes Keefer's double-cross in court. not having the guts not to attend.D. I'll be outside. which the prosecution feels is enough to justify a conviction. president of the court-martial Claude Akins as "Horrible" Katherine Warren as Mrs. should really have been on trial: Keefer. he was killed when the private plane he was piloting crashed shortly after take off from Burbank airport. and finally Keefer. leaving Keefer alone in the room. However. He then lambastes Maryk. who "hated the Navy" and manipulated the others while keeping his own hands officially clean. But when Queeg is called to testify he snaps under Greenwald's tough cross-examination and gives blatantly paranoid testimony. a destroyer. although he lied in his testimony to protect himself. the prosecutor Arthur Franz as Lieutenant (j. testifies that Queeg does not have a mental illness. Dr. Paynter Jr. junior grade Keith know that he will start with a clean slate. for not supporting their captain when he most needed it and gets Maryk and Keith to admit that if they had given Queeg the support he had asked for he might not have frozen during the typhoon. throws a glassful of champagne into his face and issues a contemptuous challenge: "If you wanna do anything about it. whereas the rest of them have only joined up due to the war. and. claiming a "guilty conscience. Maryk and his supporters celebrate at a hotel. a career naval man. so it'll be a fair fight. Keith.g. He thanks Maryk for not revealing this to the other officers." The other officers also depart. Greenwald attacks the officers of the Caine for not appreciating the years of danger and hardship endured by Queeg. his new commanding officer lets the now Lieutenant. G. Marshall as Lieutenant Commander (John) Challee. Ensign Keith's mother Jerry Paris as Ensign Barney Harding Whit Bissell as Navy psychiatrist Lieutenant Commander Dickson M." proceeds to reveal what really happened.The Caine Mutiny (film) A Navy psychiatrist. Dixon (Whit Bissell). who was being groomed for stardom – but on 31 July 1955. Maryk is acquitted." but at that moment a drunken Greenwald shows up. May Wynn's song I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me sung by Jo Ann Greer Cast notes • The Caine Mutiny was only the second film of Robert Francis. Keith reports to his new ship. Keith. 215 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Lieutenant Commander Philip Francis Queeg José Ferrer as Lieutenant Barney Greenwald Van Johnson as Lieutenant Steve Maryk Fred MacMurray as Lieutenant Tom Keefer Robert Francis as Ensign Willie Keith May Wynn as May Wynn Tom Tully as Commander DeVriess E. He denounces him as the real "author" of the Caine mutiny. A few days later. Greenwald then turns to the man who.[1] . in his opinion. and Keith is spared any charges. Maryk tells him that it is "over and done with. After the acquittal. Keefer joins them.

After the court-martial. Bogart. . Marvin had served in the U. In the original novel and stage play.[6] Casting Richard Widmark was originally intended to play Queeg.S.[2] As a result.[5] It cost an estimated $2 million to make and grossed $8. fifty pages worth. but always to me. because Columbia was not willing to pay Bogart his usual top salary. which is the only one of the three films that Kramer directed.[8] Herman Wouk's attempt at writing the screenplay was considered "a disaster" by director Edward Dmytryk."[7] During shooting. Pearl Harbor. producer Stanley Kramer purchased the rights himself for an estimated $60. Los Angeles in the opening scene. Lauren Bacall: "This never happens to Cooper or Grant or Gable.[4] The film premiered in New York City on 24 June 1954. which premiered on Broadway in January 1954 and ran for a year.The Caine Mutiny (film) 216 Production When the U. in the novel. under the initial working title of Authority and Rebellion. As a result. would have typically been born around 1914. Though his character of Barney Greenwald was supposed to be Jewish (a fact made relevant in the book but not in the film). a Navy veteran. Bogart commented about this to his wife. After an unusually long pre-production period of fifteen months. something that is only hinted at in the film. Also. and went into general release on July 28. however. and he was replaced by Stanley Roberts. the scene of the Yosemite Firefall and Keith's romantic interlude with May Wynn while on leave. however. on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. and Ship of Fools.7 million in the United States. due to the Navy's indecision. The Caine Mutiny went into production from 3 June to 24 August 1953. The character of Captain Queeg. Navy hesitated about endorsing a possible film and aiding the production. Ferrer himself was not. but also because of his knowledge of ships at sea. competent Naval officer.S. the other two were Cyrano de Bergerac. he returns to the Caine and develops into a mature. Bogart. but producer Stanley Kramer opted for Humphrey Bogart instead.000. at Naval Station Treasure Island in San Francisco.[3] Location shooting took place in front of Royce Hall at the University of California. and at Yosemite National Park in California.000 – $70. had served as an enlisted man in the US Navy in World War I. Bogart was already suffering from the earliest symptoms of the throat cancer that would eventually kill him. Lee Marvin was cast as one of the sailors not only for his acting ability. Bogart and men born in 1899 would have normally been in the USNA Class of 1921. Marines from the beginning of American involvement in World War II through the Battle of Saipan. in which he was wounded. It took a while to get Bogart. Captain Queeg is roughly thirty years old at the time of the mutiny. The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. who received an "additional dialog" credit. were done by Michael Blankfort. as a 1936 USNA graduate. Greenwald is mentioned as being a Jew who appreciates more than anyone else the importance of keeping the Nazis as far away from America as possible. Marvin became an unofficial technical adviser for the film. studios shied away from purchasing the film rights to Herman Wouk's novel. thus putting more emphasis on his sympathy for Queeg and contempt for the junior officers who have only signed on for the duration. Those cuts.[7] Wouk's novel goes into much greater detail about Ensign Keith's experiences in midshipman school and in his early relationship with his girlfriend May Wynn. was fifty-five at the time of filming.[7] This was the second of three films that José Ferrer appeared in for producer Stanley Kramer. who later quit when told to cut the film down to two hours. even though he very much wanted to play the part. Script Despite the fact Wouk had already worked the material from the novel into a stage play.

while no mutiny has ever actually occurred in the U. This ship was not a 4-stack World War I–era ship. Navy involvement The Navy initially objected to the film's depiction of a mentally unbalanced man as the captain of one of its ships and the word "mutiny" in the film's title. The film's success resurrected Dmytryk's career. Maryk looks at the Commissioning Plaque on the Ward Room wall. which consisted of a very brief membership in 1945. was represented by the minesweeper USS Surfbird (AM-383). Following the opening credits. The Jones. Director Before handing him The Caine Mutiny. The hull number on the Caine is 18. Halsey flew his flag on the battleship USS New Jersey).The Caine Mutiny (film) 217 Commissioning Plaque Maryk and Keefer remain in the Ward Room after Queeg has addressed the officers after the "yellow stain" incident. Anderson (DD-786). . and access to Pearl Harbor and the port of San Francisco. is alleged to have been planned. After his release. combat boats. In a second appearance before the House committee. the ship the Caine raced back to port early in the film." like the vessel in the novel because at the time the film was made. planes. The truths of this film lie not in its incidents. later reclassified DMS-18 for service in World War II. and no Navy captain has been relieved of command at sea under Articles 184–186: "There has never been a mutiny in a ship of the United States Navy. USS Jacob Jones (DD-61) the USS Jones of the Caine's commissioning plaque. No ship named USS Caine has ever existed. For refusing to answer questions about his ties to the American Communist Party to the House Committee on Un-American Activities. The Hamilton was scrapped in 1946. the Somers Affair. a post-war aircraft carrier launched in 1946 (in actuality. a number of World War II–era fighter planes were placed atop the flight deck for the filming. at least one. The Jacob Jones commanding officer. USS CAINE DMS 18 THIS SHIP IS NAMED FOR ARTHUR WINGATE CAINE COMMANDER US NAVY WHO DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN RUNNING GUN BATTLE BETWEEN SUBMARINE AND VESSEL HE COMMANDED USS JONES THE SUBMARINE WAS SUNK IN THE ENGAGEMENT The camera remains on the plaque for the viewer to read it with Maryk. nicknamed a "four-piper. Stanley Kramer hired Dmytryk to direct a few low-budget films. had a similar fate in World War I. all such vessels had been scrapped. the epigraph states that the film's story is non-factual. followed by pressure by other party members to put Communist propaganda into his films. he identified twenty six Party members. but in the way a few men meet the crisis of their lives. Admiral Halsey's unnamed flagship was represented by the USS Kearsarge (CV-33). USS Hamilton (DD–141) was a Wickes class destroyer in the United States Navy following World War I. The ship that Willis Keith conns out of port at the end of the film was the USS Richard B. he spent time in prison. The Caine was represented by the Navy destroyer minesweeper USS Doyle (DMS-34) and possibly the USS Thompson (DMS-38).S." However. David Worth Bagley survived the sinking of his ship. After the script was altered somewhat. and in the novel. Dmytryk spoke of his Party past. the Navy cooperated with Columbia Pictures by providing ships. Navy.

The Caine Mutiny (film) He went on to direct Raintree County with Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor; The Young Lions with Clift, Marlon Brando and Dean Martin; a remake of the Marlene Dietrich classic The Blue Angel, and the film version of Harold Robbins's The Carpetbaggers, among others. Dmytryk felt The Caine Mutiny could have been better than it was. He thought the movie should have been three and a half to four hours long to fully flesh out the characters and tell the story completely, but Columbia's Harry Cohn insisted on a two-hour limit.[7]


This was the last of a number of Bogart films scored by composer Max Steiner, mostly for Warner Bros. The stirring main theme was included in RCA Victor's collection of classic Bogart film scores, recorded by Charles Gerhardt and the National Philharmonic Orchestra. The lyrics of the derisive song "Yellowstain Blues," which mocked Queeg's perceived cowardice during the landing incident, were written by Herman Wouk. They were drawn from The Caine Mutiny, the novel on which the film was based.

The original soundtrack album for The Caine Mutiny was never actually officially released, and hence it is one of the rarest in existence; perhaps a dozen copies survive. RCA Records planned an LP release with musical excerpts on the first side and the complete dialogue of the climactic court-martial scene on side two. But Herman Wouk felt that including this scene was an infringement on his recently opened Broadway play dealing with the court-martial, and he threatened to prohibit Columbia Pictures from making any further adaptations of his work. According to Wouk, "[Columbia head Harry] Cohn looked into the matter, called me back, and said in his tough gravelly voice, 'I've got you beat on the legalities, but I've listened to the record and it's no goddamn good, so I'm yanking it.'"[9]

Film critic Tim Dirks has called Bogart's turn as Lieutenant Commander Philip Queeg his last great film performance. This film was a box office success and the second highest grossing film of 1954, earning $8,700,000. The #1 box office hit of that year was White Christmas, which earned $12,000,000.[10]

Awards and honors
The film received Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor (Humphrey Bogart, losing to Marlon Brando for On the Waterfront), Best Supporting Actor (Tom Tully), Best Screenplay, Best Sound Recording, Best Film Editing, and Best Dramatic Score (Max Steiner). Dmytryk was also nominated for a Directors Guild Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures.

• When Briton Maurice Micklewhite first became an actor, he adopted the stage name "Michael Scott." He was later told that another actor was already using the same name, and that he had to come up with a new one immediately. Speaking to his agent from a telephone box in Leicester Square in London, Micklewhite looked around for inspiration, noted that The Caine Mutiny was being shown at the Odeon Cinema, and thus changed his name to "Michael Caine", which he has retained since. He has joked in interviews that had he looked the other way, he would have ended up as "Michael One Hundred and One Dalmatians."[11]

The Caine Mutiny (film) • The British science-fiction sitcom Red Dwarf is about a huge spaceship which is run by an inept, even incompetent, computer called Holly. In one episode, Holly is apparently replaced by a back-up computer called Queeg. Whereas Holly is sloppy and easy-going, Queeg is ruthless, authoritarian and by-the-book, bringing misery to the lives of the crew, in ways similar to Bogart's character. • In "The Doomsday Machine" episode of the original Star Trek series, William Windom's character of Commodore Matthew Decker, though the installment is a re-working of Moby Dick, or--The Whale with Decker as a re-envisioning of Ahab, conducts himself similarly to Phillip Queeg, and he even rubs together a pair of square tape cassettes in one hand during duress as Queeg would roll steel balls under pressure. • In the "Captain Crocodile" episode of The Monkees television series, near the end of the episode, Captain Crocodile, believing that he is ready to be fired, begins rolling two steel balls just as Phillip Queeg did. In addition, in the episode "Hitting The High Seas", Micky asks, "What did they do to Captain Queeg?" To this, Peter replies, "Steal his strawberries." • In Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, members of the human resistance serve aboard the submarine USS Jimmy Carter. It is piloted by a reprogrammed Terminator that has been named Queeg by the crew.[12]


[1] IMDB Biography of Robert Francis (I) (http:/ / imdb. com/ name/ nm0290295/ bio) [2] TCM Notes (http:/ / www. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title. jsp?stid=25162& category=Notes) [3] TCM Overview (http:/ / www. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title. jsp?stid=25162) [4] IMDB Filming locations (http:/ / imdb. com/ title/ tt0046816/ locations) [5] IMDB Release dates (http:/ / imdb. com/ title/ tt0046816/ releaseinfo) [6] IMDB Business data (http:/ / imdb. com/ title/ tt0046816/ business) [7] Scott McGee "The Caine Mutiny" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title. jsp?stid=25162& category=Articles) [8] IBDB "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" (http:/ / ibdb. com/ production. asp?ID=2435) [9] "General Music Collecting FAQs" (http:/ / members. tripod. com/ ~Vinylville/ faq-3. html). . Retrieved 2008-12-21. [10] Steinberg, Cobbett (1980). Film Facts. New York: Facts on File, Inc.. p. 22. ISBN 0-87196-313-2. [11] "Michael Caine (I)" (http:/ / film. guardian. co. uk/ interview/ interviewpages/ 0,,445597,00. html). The Guardian (London). 1998-11-06. . Retrieved 2010-05-25. [12] Posted by rockknj on 03/23/09 at 6:35PM. "Terminator, "Today is the Day, Part 2": Never trust a captain named Queeg" (http:/ / www. nj. com/ entertainment/ tv/ index. ssf/ 2009/ 03/ terminator_today_is_the_day_pa. html). NJ.com. . Retrieved 2009-05-02.

External links
• Fred MacMurray's Caine Mutiny Costume, Wisconsin Historical Society (http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/ museum/artifacts/archives/003715.asp) • The Caine Mutiny (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046816/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Caine Mutiny (http://tcmdb.com/title/title.jsp?stid=25162) at the TCM Movie Database • The Caine Mutiny (http://www.allmovie.com/work/7826) at Allmovie

Sabrina (1954 film)


Sabrina (1954 film)

Film poster
Directed by Produced by Written by Billy Wilder Billy Wilder Samuel A. Taylor (play Sabrina Fair) Billy Wilder Ernest Lehman Humphrey Bogart Audrey Hepburn William Holden Frederick Hollander


Music by

Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Arthur P. Schmidt Paramount Pictures September 9, 1954 London premiere 113 min United States English

Sabrina is a 1954 comedy-drama film directed by Billy Wilder, adapted for the screen by Wilder, Samuel A. Taylor, and Ernest Lehman from Taylor's play Sabrina Fair (in the UK, the movie has the title Sabrina Fair). It stars Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, and William Holden.

Sabrina Fairchild (Hepburn) is the young daughter of the Larrabee family's chauffeur, Thomas (John Williams), and has been in love with David Larrabee (Holden) all her life. David is an oft-married, idle playboy, crazy for women, who has never noticed Sabrina, much to her and the staff's dismay. Sabrina then attends culinary school in Paris and returns as an attractive and sophisticated woman. David, after initially not recognizing her, is quickly drawn to her. David's workaholic older brother Linus (Bogart) sees this and fears that David's imminent wedding with a very rich woman may be endangered. If the wedding were to be canceled, so would a great corporate deal with the bride's family. So Linus tries to redirect Sabrina's affections, and in the process falls in love with her. The ending contains Sabrina leaving for Paris on a boat, after Linus has told her to leave and never come back. In a board meeting, realizing his mistake, he manages to get on the boat, and they sail away together to Paris.

The film began a life-long association between Givenchy and Hepburn (it has been reported that when Hepburn called on Givenchy for the first time in Paris. Hepburn and Holden respectively. Julia Ormond and Greg Kinnear in the roles originally played by Bogart. he assumed that it was Katharine Hepburn in his salon. complained that Hepburn required too many takes to get her dialogue right and pointed out her inexperience. (Set Decoration) Sam Comer and Ray Moyer • Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Black-and-White) . During production of the film. It also served as the inspiration for the Hindi movie Yeh Dillagi. it was a considerable success at the box office. Bogart. Production Cary Grant was initially considered for the role of Linus but declined. although the Academy's votes were obviously for Hepburn's attire.Sabrina (1954 film) 221 "La vie en rose" In this film Hepburn sings "La vie en rose" (French for "Life in Pink" a euphemism for seeing the world through rose-colored glasses). starring Akshay Kumar (1994). However. But his offbeat casting produced one of his best and most celebrated performances. Jr. citing problems in his personal life. It also boosted the careers of Akshay Kumar and Kajol. While there are changes to the plot.Billy Wilder • Academy Award for Best Actress . Edith Head did not refuse the Oscar.which had been highly popular in the English-speaking world as well as in France. The occasion for Hepburn to sing it is at the episode of Sabrina's return from Paris.[1] and the role was taken by Bogart. and her life does turn rosier. Bogart was very unhappy during the filming and was convinced that he was totally wrong for this kind of film. . mad at not being Wilder's first choice. most of Hepburn's outfits were created by Hubert de Givenchy and chosen by the star herself. the signature song of French singer Édith Piaf .Charles Lang. a remake of Sabrina was produced. and didn't like Holden or Wilder.Edith Head[2] Nominations: • Academy Award for Best Director . when she is far more assertive than before setting out.Audrey Hepburn • Academy Award for Best Art Direction (Black-and-White) . and much-publicized. • Best Story and Screenplay .) Awards Wins: • Academy Award for Best Costume Design .Billy Wilder.(Art Direction) Hal Pereira and Walter Tyler. since Piaf came out with it in 1946. Hepburn and Holden entered into a brief but passionate. Although Edith Head won an Oscar for Best Costumes. Samuel A. so she was given credit for the costumes. his behavior towards Hepburn was better than his behavior towards other members of the cast and crew. Bogart later apologized to Wilder for his behavior on-set. Taylor and Ernest Lehman Remakes In 1995. starring Harrison Ford. Edith Head refused to be shown alongside Givenchy in the credits. both of whom got best actor nominations at the Filmfare Awards for their performances. meanwhile. love affair.

Sabrina (1954 film)


Further reading
• Shaw, Mark; Juliet Cuming, David Taylor (2009-04-14). Charmed by Audrey: Life on the Set of Sabrina. San Rafael, CA: Insight Editions. ISBN 978-1933784878. (Candid photographs of Audrey, on and off the set, taken by Mark Shaw for LIFE magazine during production of the film.) • Shaw, Mark (photographer) (1953-12-07). "Audrey Hepburn, Many-sided Charmer" [3]. LIFE (Time, Inc.) 35 (23): 127–135. (LIFE article on Audrey including some of the photos from the Sabrina set.)

[1] Jaynes, Barbara Grant; Trachtenberg, Robert. Cary Grant: A Class Apart (http:/ / www. tcm. com/ thismonth/ article/ ?cid=76185). Burbank, California: Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and Turner Entertainment. 2004. [2] "NY Times: Sabrina" (http:/ / movies. nytimes. com/ movie/ 42513/ Sabrina/ details). NY Times. . Retrieved 2008-12-21. [3] http:/ / books. google. com/ books?id=O0kEAAAAMBAJ& pg=PA127& dq=%22mark+ shaw%22+ hepburn& lr=& as_pt=MAGAZINES& cd=1#v=onepage& q=%22mark%20shaw%22%20hepburn& f=false

External links
• Sabrina (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047437/) at the Internet Movie Database • Sabrina (http://www.allmovie.com/work/42513) at Allmovie • Reel Classics page includes a "Sabrina" poster and Hepburn's photo from the film (http://www.reelclassics. com/Actresses/Audrey/audrey.htm)

The Barefoot Contessa


The Barefoot Contessa
The Barefoot Contessa

Directed by Produced by Written by Starring

Joseph L. Mankiewicz Franco Magli Joseph L. Mankiewicz Ava Gardner Humphrey Bogart Edmond O'Brien Mario Nascimbene

Music by

Cinematography Jack Cardiff Editing by Distributed by Running time Country Language William Hornbeck United Artists 130 minutes United States English

The Barefoot Contessa is a 1954 film about the life and loves of fictional Spanish sex symbol Maria Vargas. It was written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and stars Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner and Edmond O'Brien. For his performance, O'Brien won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Mankiewicz was nominated for an Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay.

Down on his luck, veteran movie director and writer Harry Dawes (Humphrey Bogart) is reduced to working for abusive, emotionally stunted business tycoon Kirk Edwards (Warren Stevens), who has decided he wants to produce a film to stroke his monumental ego. Looking for a fresh leading lady, they discover, in a Madrid night club, stunning dancer Maria Vargas (Ava Gardner), a blithe but proud spirit who likes to go barefoot and has a troubled home life. Maria takes an instant dislike to Kirk but trusts Harry, whose work she knows. Thanks to his expertise and the help of sweaty, insincere publicist Oscar Muldoon (Edmond O'Brien), her film debut is a sensation. Kirk tries to control Maria's life by publicly ordering her to stay away from wealthy Latin American playboy Alberto Bravano (Marius Goring), but Maria rebels. She is a great star, but Maria is not satisfied. She envies the happiness her friend Harry has found with his wife Jerry (Elizabeth Sellars) and wants a prince charming of her own. Alberto is too frivolous and shallow for her. When he

The Barefoot Contessa berates her in public for supposedly ruining his luck at a gambling table, he receives a slap in the face from a stranger. This turns out to be Count Vincenzo Torlato-Favrini (Rossano Brazzi), who offers Maria his arm. They walk out. Maria has found the great love of her life. They wed in a lavish ceremony, but there is a problem. The count and his spinster sister (Valentina Cortese) are the last of the Torlato-Favrinis; without offspring, the noble line will die out. Unfortunately, he is incapable of fathering a child because a war injury has left him impotent. He tells Maria about this on their wedding night. Sometime later, Harry is in Italy and an unhappy Maria tells him about her husband and confesses that she is pregnant. She believes her husband will want this child and plans to tell him about it that night. However, her husband had suspected she was unfaithful and shoots her before she could tell him about the child. Harry arrives just as the shots are fired and does not tell the count about the pregnancy. The story ends (as it began) with her funeral.


• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Harry Dawes Ava Gardner as Maria Vargas Edmond O'Brien as Oscar Muldoon Marius Goring as Alberto Bravano Valentina Cortese as Eleanora Torlato-Favrini (as Valentina Cortesa) Rossano Brazzi as Count Vincenzo Torlato-Favrini Elizabeth Sellars as Jerry Warren Stevens as Kirk Edwards Franco Interlenghi as Pedro Vargas Mari Aldon as Myrna Bessie Love as Mrs. Eubanks Diana Decker as Drunken blonde Bill Fraser as J. Montague Brown Alberto Rabagliati as Nightclub proprietor Enzo Staiola as Busboy

According to Turner Classic Movies, Mankiewicz based the film's central character of Maria Vargas on American movie star and dancer Rita Hayworth, a Latina who had been married to Prince Aly Khan.[1] According to the audio commentary on the 1931 film Tabu, she was based on Anne Chevalier, an actress in that film.

Bosley Crowther called it a "grotesque barren film" about the "glittering and graceless behavior of the Hollywood-international set."[2]

nytimes. The store. which in turn was named after her specialty food store which she bought in 1978.imdb." [2] Bosley Crowther (September 30. The Food Network cooking show Barefoot Contessa is named after Ina Garten's best-selling cookbook. 1954).com/work/3942) at Allmovie The Barefoot Contessa (http://tcmdb. Retrieved 2009-12-30.com/title/title. A tour boat in the TV series Riptide was named Barefoot Contessa. "The Barefoot Contessa". But Mankiewicz had really modeled the role on Margarita Cansino. There were incidents drawn from Gardner's life. The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook. however. which is no longer in operation. issue #23 of Mad has a parody by Jack Davis entitled "The Barefoot Nocountessa".allmovie.com/m/barefoot_contessa/) at Rotten Tomatoes . opened in 1975 and was named after the film.rottentomatoes. Turner Classic Movies. Her character's relationship with the eccentric billionaire who discovers her was similar to Gardner's affair with Howard Hughes. "The film's title character—a woman who rises from poverty to become an international sex symbol and marry into royalty while always keeping her feet in the dirt—bore some superficial resemblance to Gardner. External links • • • • The Barefoot Contessa (http://www. References [1] Frank Miller. who started life as a sharecropper's daughter. com/ movie/ review?res=9507E1DC123AE53BBC4850DFBF66838F649EDE).jsp?stid=16645) at the TCM Movie Database The Barefoot Contessa (http://www. "The Screen in Review: The Barefoot Contessa Arrives at Capitol" (http:/ / movies.The Barefoot Contessa 225 References in pop culture The May 1955.com/title/tt0046754/) at the Internet Movie Database The Barefoot Contessa (http://www. The New York Times. . the Latin dancer who achieved stardom as Rita Hayworth and briefly deserted the screen to marry Prince Aga Khan.

It was directed by Michael Curtiz. Carroll. Joan Bennett. who had directed Bogart in Casablanca. Peter Ustinov. It is one of the rare comedies that Bogart made.We're No Angels (1955 film) 226 We're No Angels (1955 film) We're No Angels 1955 movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Michael Curtiz Pat Duggan Albert Husson (play) Ranald MacDougall Humphrey Bogart Peter Ustinov Aldo Ray Frederick Hollander Starring Music by Cinematography Loyal Griggs Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Arthur P. when both were under contract to Warner Brothers. . Schmidt Paramount Pictures 7 July 1955 106 min. Paramount filmed the production at its Hollywood studios in VistaVision and Technicolor. United States English / French We're No Angels is a 1955 Christmas comedy picture starring Humphrey Bogart. Basil Rathbone. and Leo G. It was based upon My Three Angels. The screenplay was written by Ranald MacDougall. written by Samuel and Bella Spewack. Aldo Ray.

when they will steal clothes and supplies. However. and the family is happy as the convicts successfully make their final escape.We're No Angels (1955 film) 227 Plot summary Three convicts .Joseph. They do not actually intend to fix it.and finally another pops up over the cage of Adolphe. arrives on the island with his nephew Paul. and they die nearly instantly. Also. angelic halos appear over each of their heads.the only store that gives supplies on credit. a musical version was presented with book by the Spewack's and songs by Canadian Composer David Warrick. the three escaped men finally decide to turn themselves back in at the prison. until nightfall. Adolphe. the three felons begin to have a change of heart after they fix a delicious Christmas dinner for the family: mostly made of stolen items. Joseph even gets to work conning people and falsifying records to make the store prosperous. As they walk away in the final shot. Andre Touchard. judging that the outside world was likely to be worse than that of the prison. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in downtown Toronto... who owns the store but lives in Paris. they find that the family is currently in financial distress and offer their services to hide their all-too-sinister ruse. Cast Uncredited cast • • • • • • • Jack Del Rio as Gendarme Joe Ploski as Customs Inspector Louis Mercier as Celeste George Dee as Coachman Victor Romito as Gendarme Torben Meyer as Butterfly Man Paul Newlan as Port Captain In 1985 at The St. with whom Isabelle is infatuated. but decide to remain there. They go to the store of the Ducotels . While waiting on the docks for their boat to arrive. and their daughter Isabelle . both of the men are bitten by Albert's pet viper. they notice that his roof is leaking.Felix and Amelie.escape from prison on Devil's Island just before Christmas and arrive at a nearby French colonial town. While there. Albert and Jules . Isabelle finds another love. which dismays Isabelle. and escape on the ship waiting in the harbour. The two plan on taking control of the store due to a lack of profit DVD Cover from the use of credit. . Before any action against the Ducotels is taken. and offer to fix it. As they stay in the store. Paul is betrothed to another woman.

com/ work/ 53684 . imdb. allmovie.We're No Angels (1955 film) 228 External links • We're No Angels [1] at the Internet Movie Database • We're No Angels [2] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0048801/ [2] http:/ / www.

based on the novel The Left Hand of God by William Edmund Barrett. Agnes Moorehead. from a screenplay by Alfred Hayes. Barrett (novel) Humphrey Bogart Gene Tierney Lee J. with a supporting cast including Lee J. E. and Carl Benton Reid. It stars Humphrey Bogart and Gene Tierney. USA English The Left Hand of God is a 1955 drama film made by 20th Century Fox. .The Left Hand of God 229 The Left Hand of God The Left Hand of God Original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Edward Dmytryk Buddy Adler Alfred Hayes William E. Marshall. G. Cobb. It was directed by Edward Dmytryk and produced by Buddy Adler. Cobb Victor Young Music by Cinematography Franz Planer Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Dorothy Spencer 20th Century Fox 21 September 1955 87 min.

allmovie. com/ title/ tt0048291/ [2] http:/ / tcmdb. Marshall). Jim decides to desert. after one of the general's soldiers kills a priest. Carmody writes to the bishop. com/ title/ title. Carmody proposes a game of dice. jsp?stid=81145 [3] http:/ / www. wagering years of service against his freedom and the safety of the villagers. There he meets missionaries Beryl (Agnes Moorehead) and David Sigman (E. Father O'Shea. he falls in love with attractive mission nurse Anne Scott (Gene Tierney). G. Still posing as the priest. The Left Hand of God Cast • Humphrey Bogart as James Carmody • Gene Tierney as Anne Scott • • • • • • • • Lee J. confessing that he is an impostor. imdb. Scott feels ashamed because she is also attracted to him. and became his trusted adviser. Carmody masquerades as the dead priest and manages to escape to a remote mountain village. he was rescued by a local warlord. insisting that Carmody rejoin his army or else he will burn down the village. However.G. Marshall as Dr. com/ work/ 28803 . David Sigman Jean Porter as Mary Yin Carl Benton Reid as Father Cornelius Victor Sen Yung as John Wong Philip Ahn as Jan Teng Benson Fong as Chun Tien External links • The Left Hand of God [1] at the Internet Movie Database • The Left Hand of God [2] at the TCM Movie Database • The Left Hand of God [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. Barrett's book. Then General Yang arrives.The Left Hand of God 230 Plot Jim Carmody (Humphrey Bogart) is an American pilot in World War II. Cobb as Mieh Yang Agnes Moorehead as Beryl Sigman E. Cobb). General Yang (Lee J. Movie tie-in edition of William E. After crashing his plane in China.

" Mantee having been Bogart's breakthrough movie role in The Petrified Forest. . Bogart said he viewed the story as "Duke Mantee grown up. The original Broadway production had actor Paul Newman in the Bogart role. 1955 Running time Language Budget 112 minutes English $2. The movie was produced and directed by William Wyler and based on a novel and play written by Joseph Hayes which were loosely based on actual events. In 1956.388. The character was made older in the script so Bogart could play the part. The Desperate Hours was the first black-and-white movie in VistaVision.The Desperate Hours (film) 231 The Desperate Hours (film) For the 1990 remake. but the two friends could not decide who should get top billing. The Desperate Hours The Desperate Hours film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Editing by William Wyler William Wyler Joseph Hayes Humphrey Bogart Fredric March Gail Kubik Robert Swink Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) October 5. Exterior shots of the Hilliards' home are the same house used in the final seasons of the television series Leave it to Beaver. The role of Glenn Griffin was Bogart's last as a villain. Paramount's wide-screen process.000 (estimated) The Desperate Hours is a 1955 film from Paramount Pictures starring Humphrey Bogart and Fredric March. Spencer Tracy was also first cast to be in the film [1] with Bogart. Joseph Hayes won an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Motion Picture Screenplay. see Desperate Hours.

Hill had told the press the family had not been molested or harmed. Hill was represented in the High Court by Richard M. Bogart's character menaces and torments the Hilliards and threatens to kill them. however. while sustaining liability. however. or at least was published with disregard as to its truth or falsity (i. This order was affirmed by the highest state court.The Desperate Hours (film) 232 Plot Bogart portrays Glenn Griffin... differed from the account Hill had given. The Supreme Court thus made it extremely difficult even for ordinarily private persons to prevail in a . the Hills having moved away. There they await the arrival of Griffin's girlfriend. recklessly). The statute. Right after the event Mr. This ruling was a significant expansion of press protection. Inc. Around 1955 the family (the Hills. At the climax of the film. making efforts to discourage publicity. To this point the relevant cases had only dealt with such so-called "public figures" who were suing publishers. Police organize a statewide manhunt for the escapees and eventually discover the distraught family's plight. The jury had not been so instructed. as opposed to. Cast • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Glenn Griffin Fredric March as Daniel C. Inc. but the state appellate court awarded a new trial at which only compensatory damages could be considered. the plaintiffs relied on a New York statute which permitted damages suits for violation of the right of privacy only in instances of use of a person's name or picture for commercial purposes without consent. Hilliard Arthur Kennedy as Deputy Sheriff Jesse Bard Martha Scott as Eleanor "Ellie" Hilliard Dewey Martin as Hal Griffin Gig Young as Chuck Wright Mary Murphy as Cindy Hilliard Richard Eyer as Ralphie Hilliard Robert Middleton as Sam Kobish Background Actual events occurring in 1952 inspired a 1953 novel which in turn inspired the 1954 play that the movie was based on. Hilliard (March) throws Griffin (Bogart) out of the house by holding Griffin's loaded gun on him. The Hills' complaint was that the article falsely described the actual events while claiming it represented the truth. profanity used. A jury awarded compensatory and punitive damages. because Life magazine published that year an article about the play. according to a New York appellate court.. Griffin is subsequently gunned down when he hurls his unloaded gun at a police spotlight and tries to make a break for it. government officials. so the judgment could not stand. at that time an attorney in private practice.. The Life magazine article. Nixon. stated that some family members had been assaulted. for a (qualified) immunity from damages was being extended to publishing matter about people who were newsworthy only by accident. and in fact had been treated courteously. Time. who is bringing the three fugitives funds to aid them in their escape. had been interpreted by the New York courts to make the truth of the publication a defense. appealed the case to the United States Supreme Court. for example. which ruled that the First Amendment prohibited holding the publisher liable unless the article was known by it to be false. Suing in a New York court.e. describing it as based on the actual events. the leader of a trio of escaped convicts who invade the Daniel Hilliard family's suburban home in Indianapolis and hold four members of a family hostage. Inc. formerly of Whitemarsh PA) sued Time. and in other ways. and an unfortunate garbage collector who happens upon the situation is murdered. was that the matter was of general interest and the article had been published in good faith. Mr. and illustrated by staged photos with actors in the actual home that was the scene of the events. The defense for Time.

imdb. Kelly Lynch. 374 (1967). Lindsay Crouse and David Morse. or settled for a nominal amount. v. Inc. perhaps the Hills abandoned the suit. References [1] Tracy and Bogart only made one film together.com/title/tt0047985/) at the Internet Movie Database . probably involving a new trial. Hill. received poor reviews.S. directed by Michael Cimino. starring Mickey Rourke. However. The film was also remade in India as the Hindi film 36 Ghante (1974).The Desperate Hours (film) defamation or "false light" invasion of privacy case. 385 U. Mimi Rogers. Time. or perhaps summary judgment rendered on the basis of affidavits and depositions. the first feature film for both actors. External links • The Desperate Hours (http://www. and one in which Bogart played a supporting role and Tracy was the star. Anthony Hopkins. there have been no further judicial opinions reported. The remake. 233 Remakes The movie was remade in 1990 as Desperate Hours. From the Supreme Court the case was sent back to the New York courts for disposition under this newly announced constitutional standard. John Ford's Up the River (1930).

[1] with the challenger based on Carnera and the champ based on Max Baer. previously both Baer and Carnera had starred in the 1937 movie The Prizefighter and the Lady. .The Harder They Fall 234 The Harder They Fall The Harder They Fall Film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mark Robson Philip Yordan Budd Schulberg (story) Philip Yordan Humphrey Bogart Rod Steiger Jan Sterling Hugo Friedhofer Starring Music by Cinematography Burnett Guffey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jerome Thoms Columbia Pictures May 9. Eddie Willis. The drama tells a "thinly disguised à clef account of the Primo Carnera boxing scandal". Bogart's character. The film was written by Philip Yordan and based on the 1947 novel by Budd Schulberg. is based on the career of boxing writer and event promoter Harold Conrad. in which Carnera is the world champ and Baer is his challenger. featuring Humphrey Bogart in his last film before his death in 1957. 1956 109 minutes United States English The Harder They Fall (1956) is a film noir directed by Mark Robson.

but Eddie talks him out of it. a huge. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Humphrey Bogart as Eddie Willis Rod Steiger as Nick Benko Jan Sterling as Beth Willis Mike Lane as Toro Moreno Edward Andrews as Jim Weyerhause Harold J. TV sportscaster Carlos Montalbán as Luís Agrandi Nehemiah Persoff as Leo Felice Orlandi as Vince Fawcett Herbie Faye as Max Rusty Lane as Danny McKeogh Jack Albertson as Pop Tony Blankley as Nick Benko's son Jersey Joe Walcott Max Baer Pat Comiskey Joe Greb Boxers appearing in the film: . Stone as Art Leavitt. some of his lines are reported to have been dubbed in post-production by Paul Frees. The unhappy boxer wants to quit and go home. but slow-witted and untalented Argentinian named Toro Moreno. At the time he was already ill with what would be diagnosed as esophageal cancer. When confronted by Benko. Eddie Willis demanded that boxing be banned altogether. Eddie begins to feel guilty about his work. Ashamed. while most television prints end with the "softer" message. Benko places large bets secretly against his fighter as he had planned all along. Buddy Brannen. Toro loses as expected and gets brutally beaten in the process. The video version contains the "harder" ending. Eddie sends Toro home to Argentina with Eddie's own share of the proceeds. who also appears in the film as a priest. then begins writing an exposé about corruption in the boxing world.The Harder They Fall 235 Plot Sportswriter Eddie Willis is broke after the newspaper he works for goes under. Unbeknownst to Toro and his friend and manager Luís Agrandi. Knowing Toro has no chance.[2] The film was Bogart's last. Eddie discovers that Benko has rigged the accounting so that Toro ends up getting paid only a pittance. He is hired by crooked boxing promoter Nick Benko to publicize his new boxer. all of his fights are fixed to make the public believe that he is for real. Willis merely insisted that there be a federal investigation of the prizefighting business. while in the other. Eddie defies him. especially after he comes to like the good-natured giant. Afterwards. Occasionally unable to be heard in some takes. Background The film originally went out with two different endings: in one. Finally Benko arranges for Toro to fight the heavyweight champ.

[3] Film critic Bosley Crowther liked the film. Retrieved 2009-02-03.com/title/tt0049291/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Harder They Fall (http://www. May 10. The people sit in front of their little TVs with their bellies full of beer and fall asleep. Eddie.com/title/title. festival-cannes. [5] Schwartz. [3] "Festival de Cannes: The Harder They Fall" (http:/ / www. 2008. Eddie! • Willis to Benko: That man lies in the hospital with a broken jaw! He took the worst beating I ever saw in my life! You want me to go back there and tell him that all he gets is a lousy $49. Robson have put into it—along with their bruising. "The unwell Bogie's last film is not a knockout. probably a little far-fetched. writing. "It's a brutal and disagreeable story. stinging film. Last accessed: February 2. .allmovie.com. [4] Crowther. What do the people know."[5] Notable quotes • Nick Benko: The people. Schulberg's warmest character—the wistful widow who bestowed her favors on busted pugs. Ibid. Yordan and Mr. Eddie? Don't tell me about the people. The Harder They Fall (http:/ / www.jsp?stid=193) at the TCM Movie Database • The Harder They Fall (http://www. But with all the arcana of the fight game that Mr. The New York Times. External links • The Harder They Fall (http://www. com/ work/ 21565) at Allmovie [2] Erickson. htm). December 17. html). brutish fight scenes—it makes for a lively.dvdbeaver. 2004. Ozus' World Movie Reviews. 1956.. nytimes. com/ movie/ review?res=9900E3DE1E3CE03BBC4852DFB366838D649EDE). 2008."[4] Critic Dennis Schwartz wrote. Hal. film review. Bosley (http:/ / movies. sover.The social conscience film is realistic.com/film/DVDCompare6/thehardertheyfall. festival-cannes. Last accessed: January 27.htm) at DVD Beaver (includes images) .com/work/21565) at Allmovie • The Harder They Fall (http://tcmdb. Eddie.07 for a broken jaw? How much would YOU take? • Franky to Eddie: (as Toro is praying on his knees) That only works if he can fight! References Notes [1] Erickson. com/ en/ archives/ ficheFilm/ id/ 3643/ year/ 1956.imdb. net/ ~ozus/ hardertheyfall. the people! Don't tell me about the people. film review. and without Mr. but fails to be shocking or for that matter convincing.The Harder They Fall 236 Critical reception The film was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.. Dennis (http:/ / www. Hal. but his hard-hitting performance is terrific as a has-been sports journalist out of desperation taking a job as a publicist for a fight fixer in order to get a bank account. allmovie.

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