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  Humphrey Bogart Movies: The Humphrey Bogart Collection (Video, DVD, Books)
umphrey Bogart's breakthrough role came in 1934 when producer-director Arthur Hopkins remembered him for a part in Robert Sherwood's "The Petrified Forest." Hopkins wanted Humphrey Bogart to portray Duke Mantee, an escaped killer, which was much different than the pretty-boy roles he was used to playing.
Humphrey Bogart's cold stare, dangling hands, and stooped, convict's shuffle had them convinced that he was a killer-and he hadn't even spoken.
A year later, Warner Brothers paired Humphrey Bogart with an up-and-coming star, Betty "Lauren" Bacall, in a screenplay of Ernest Hemmingway's "To Have and Have Not In 1952, Humphrey Bogart once again redefined acting parameters when he starred in "The African Queen" with Katherine Hepburn.
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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Humphrey Bogart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As a boy, Bogart was teased for his curls, his tidiness, his lisp, for the "cute" pictures his mother posed him for, the Little Lord Fauntleroy clothes she dressed him in—and for the name "Humphrey." In a childhood accident, Bogart got a splinter of wood embedded in his lower lip.
Bogart was not, however, prepared to deal with the industry pressure to abandon this campaign; within a year he disavowed his activities, retreating to his role as actor and apologizing for speaking out on politics.
Humphrey Bogart's hand and foot prints are immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theater and he has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6322 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood.
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 Humphrey Bogart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As a boy, Bogart was teased for his curls, his tidiness, the "cute" pictures his mother had him pose for, the Little Lord Fauntleroy clothes she dressed him in—and the name "Humphrey." He was also teased for his lisp; caused by an accident in which a splinter became embedded in his lower lip.
Bogart organized a delegation to Washington, D.C., during the height of McCarthyism, against the House Unamerican Activities Committee's harassment of Hollywood writers and actors.
Bogart gave a bravura performance as Captain Queeg, in many ways an extension of the character he had played in The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, and The Big Sleep—the wary loner who trusts no one—but with none of the warmth or humor that made those characters so appealing.
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 HUMPHREY & BOGEY
HUMPHREY BOGART SPENT THE LAST twenty-one years of his life laboriously converting the established character of a middle-aged man from that of a conventional, well-bred theatre actor named Humphrey to that which complemented his film roles�a rebellious tough known as Bogey.
In The Cradle Snatchers, Humphrey was playing a college boy being snatched by middle-aged Mary Boland, while off stage in the Bronx the year-old Lauren Bacall lay in her cradle waiting for Bogey to snatch her twenty years later as wife number four.
Bogart was selected out of It's a Wise Child, in which he played a gentlemanly young cad with only his good looks to recommend him to Hollywood producers, who were never inspired in casting an actor who had not yet established his own characterisation.
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 Humphrey Bogart: Mystique   (Site not responding. Last check: )
By 1941 Humphrey Bogart was on the verge of cinematic prominence.
Bogart plays the cafe owner Rick Blaine, a former soldier of fortune who has grown weary of the gun running and fighting, and who is now content to sit out the remainder of the war in neutral Casablanca.
The subtle humor and suggestive by-play of Bogarts quick flirtation with bookstore clerk Dorothy Malone, and all of his encounters with Dorothy Malone, are a millennium ahead of their time.
www.moderntimes.com /palace/bogart.htm   (1256 words)

  
 Bogart: Biography
Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born in New York City on December 25, 1899 to Maud Humphrey, a noted illustrator and artist, and DeForest Bogart, a prosperous Manhattan surgeon.
Bogart eventually landed a job as a stage manager and also did some chores at Brady's New York film studio, World Film Corp. Brady's daughter, actress Alice Brady, thought Bogart had some acting potential and gave him a small role in "Drifting" (1922), a play in which she was starring.
Bogart was happy to shed his image as a tough, romantic lead to play an unkempt, vulnerable sot and comic sparring partner for Hepburn.
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 Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born on 25 December 1899 in New York and died on 14 January 1957.
Humphrey Bogart's mother was a portrait painter and his father, Dr Belmont DeForest Bogart had inherited money.
Alistair Cooke in "Six Men" claims that in the role: "the audience saw once for all Bogart behaving as a decent approximation to the melancholy man whose wryness was the mask of the incorruptibility he mocked.
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 Biography for Humphrey Bogart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The son of a Manhattan surgeon and a magazine illustrator, Humphrey Bogart was educated at Trinity School, New York City, sent to Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, in preparation for medical studies at Yale.
Another story of how Bogart got his trademark lisp: Bogart was a young guard for the Navy, and when a prisoner he was escorting attempted to escape, he hit Bogart in the face with his shackles.
Bogart, fearing that he would lose his position and be severely punished for letting a prisoner escape, chased down the prisoner and brought him successfully to the Portsmouth Naval Prison.
us.imdb.com /Bio?Bogart,+Humphrey   (2282 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart by unknown artist: 14 3/10 x 16 Print Reproduction
Originally created for Winston Churchill, and a favorite of Humphrey Bogart, Tabarome makes it s debut in the United States just in time to end the 20th century.
Originally created for Winston Churchill, and a favorite of Humphrey Bogart, Tabarome makes it's debut in the United States just in time to end the 20th century.
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 Humphrey Bogart/Super Star, Best Actor - MovieActors.com
Humphrey Bogart was one of the most popular, most enduring film stars Hollywood ever generated.
Humphrey Bogart received his Oscar for playing the gin-loving skipper who shocks the woman missionary (Katharine Hepburn) on their risky trip down an African river during World War One.
Humphrey Bogart's publicized romance with Bacall started with their first film together TO HAVE AND TO HAVE NOT.
www.movieactors.com /40stars/bogie.htm   (248 words)

  
 Casablanca (Special Edition) by on DVD at Movies Unlimited
Humphrey Bogart is world-weary gangster "Mad Dog" Earle, recently released from prison, who hooks up with two young toughs for a jewel heist.
Humphrey Bogart excels as a world-weary commander of a huge American tank named Lulu Belle which he must move across the Sahara desert during World War II in order to rejoin the British Eighth Army.
Humphrey Bogart is private eye Philip Marlowe, investigating a wealthy family's dark secrets, and Lauren Bacall is the sharp-tongued rich girl ensnared with him in a murderous web of deceit, flmail and murder.
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 Humphrey BOGART : Biographie de Humphrey BOGART - JeSuisMort.com
En 1943, Humphrey Bogart participe à une tournée en Afrique du Nord et en Italie destinée à soutenir le moral des soldats américains qui combattent sur le front.
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 [CLASSIC] the Humphrey Bogart fanlisting   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Welcome to Classic, the TFL-approved fanlisting for the late Humphrey Bogart, popularly known to his fans as Bogie!
It isn't in anyway affiliated with, or associated with the late Humphrey Bogart, his family, his friends, or anyone affiliated with him.
Bogart personally, nor had I ever met a member of his family.
fan.obsidian-rhapsody.com /bogie   (125 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957) was an iconic American actor who retains legendary status decades after his death.
The 1900 census for the household of Belmont Bogart lists his son Humphrey as having a birthdate in December of 1899.
Bogart had always been self-conscious about being a small man; Huston was about 6 ft 4 in (1.96 m).
www.voyager.in /Humphrey_Bogart   (5703 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart TV Listings - find Humphrey Bogart on TV | TV-Now.com
Humphrey Bogart TV Listings - find Humphrey Bogart on TV
Humphrey Bogart Biography, TV Listings and More from TVGuide.com
Buy Humphrey Bogart - The Signature Collection, Vol.
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 Humphrey Bogart at Reel Classics
Bogart as Duke Mantee in THE PETRIFIED FOREST (1936).
This classic love story is full of intrigue, witty dialogue, and a host of outstanding co-stars including Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Paul Henreid, Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre.
Bogart received the first of his three Best Actor Academy Award nominations for this film.
www.reelclassics.com /Actors/Bogie/bogie.htm   (149 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart
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 Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born on January 23rd, 1899 in New York, New York.
In 1937, Bogart and Bette were once again teamed together in "Marked Woman".
Cagney and Bogart's chemistry was so good, they teamed up again in the 1939 western, "The Oklahoma Kid", and in the great gangster movie, "The Roaring Twenties".
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 Classic Movies
Humphrey Bogart Stamp from the U.S. Postal Service
Mary Astor, Humphrey Bogart in Across the Pacific (1942)
Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall: If It's Rabbit Baby Wants...
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 Meredy's Humphrey Bogart Trivia Mania   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Humphrey Bogart Poster and Print Store from Meredy's Place and AllPosters.com
The Two-Disc Special Edition DVD features a breathtaking new digital transfer plus four hours of bonus materials including many newly discovered and never-before-seen extras.
Among these special features are two documentaries hosted by Lauren Bacall; interviews with Stephen Bogart and Ingrid Bergman's daughters, Pia Lindstom and Isabella Rossellini; ten minutes of newly-found deleted scenes and outtakes; TV and radio shows inspired by the film; a cartoon take-off; scoring sessions; audio program; vintage trailers and more.
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 Bogart, Humphrey - Encyclopedia FunTrivia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
What were the first and last films Humphrey Bogart made?
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall named their son Steve.
Lauren Bacall threatened to sue what airline for using an unauthorized picture of Humphrey Bogart to advertise flights to Casablanca?
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 Tribute to Humphrey Bogart
Of all the web sites on all the servers in all the world, you logged onto mine...
And most of you have done so for one reason: Admiration of the all-time greatest actor, Humphrey Bogart.
Bogie has been my favorite actor since I-don't-know-when (and Casablanca has always been my favorite movie), and when I first started learning how to design web sites in September, 1995, I was shocked, shocked when numerous search engines failed to turn up a single page devoted to him.
bogart-tribute.net   (213 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart - Wikimedia Commons
With Lauren Bacall (right) for broadcast to troops during WWII
Bogart in the trailer for The African Queen (1951)
This page was last modified 19:28, 3 August 2006.
commons.wikimedia.org /wiki/Humphrey_Bogart   (69 words)

  
 A Tribute to Humphrey Bogart
On January 23rd, 1999, some movie fans celebrated what would have been Humphrey Bogart's 100th birthday, according to some sources, including the Internet Movie Database.
Still, we could have reasonably expected him to be with us for more than 58 years.
It would have been a blessing for film fans, because Humphrey Bogart was a true original.
www.classicmovies.org /articles/aa022199.htm   (446 words)

  
 Humphrey Bogart at TriviaTribute.com - Pictures, Sound Clips, Links, Trivia and Merchandise
Humphrey Bogart at TriviaTribute.com - Pictures, Sound Clips, Links, Trivia and Merchandise
Named one of his children Leslie to show his gratitude to Leslie Howard
Humphrey Bogart played chess by mail with GIs during World War II.
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