Humphrey Bogart


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United States film actor (1899-1957)

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IN LOVE: Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca
There was no questions who they'd get for the Humphrey Bogart role for the remake of Casablanca--Bogie himself.
Dylan puffs himself up with the declamatory intonations of Humphrey Bogart at the end of The Maltese Falcon, Mary Astor in his arms but spurning her pleas for deliverance: "I won't because all of me wants to.
son Stephen Humphrey Bogart tells what it was like to be "Bogie's boy.
Robinson and Humphrey Bogart -- features six new to DVD gangster flicks, three of which make their first home video appearance: Picture Snatcher, Lady Killer, Smart Money, Black Legion, Mayor of Hell and Brother Orchid.
Without doubt the two with the best form are Twin Sails, who was a close fourth in the Group 2 Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood, and Humphrey Bogart, who ran really well in the Acomb at York.
I remember they asked us to re-enact a film scene together and I was supposed to be Humphrey Bogart.
ROK Drinks, the beverages division of ROK Stars PLC, co-founded by Patron Tequila magnate John Paul DeJoria, has announced the launch of Bogart's Real English Gin in association with the Humphrey Bogart Estate
GLASSES given as a present by Hollywood screen idol Humphrey Bogart are set to fetch an estimated sale price of PS3,500.
London, November 5 ( ANI ): A sequel to the famous 1942 Humphrey Bogart film 'Casablanca' may be coming soon.
Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn star in the wartime romantic adventure in which they are forced to travel together down a perilous river through Germancontrolled East Africa.
He now lies near Walt Disney and Clark Gable - and Casablanca star Humphrey Bogart.
The 1942 classic stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, but it was very nearly Ronald Reagan and Anne Sheridan instead.
The stars were always seen doing it, though many - including actor Humphrey Bogart and singer Nat King Cole - died of lung cancer.
The subject of the documentary ``Buzz'' was also Humphrey Bogart and Robert Mitchum's favorite dialogue doctor.