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Humphrey Bogart Features

This is the section for all our "FUN" Humphrey Bogart information - please enjoy!

Did You Know?

... that Humphrey met his fourth wife-to-be actress Lauren Bacall in 1944 on the set of their first movie, To Have and Have Not (pictured here). They were married soon after and the Hollywood Publicity Machine dubbed them "Hollywood's Greatest Romance." They would collaborate on four more films ... The Big Sleep, Two Guys from Milwaukee, Dark Passage and Key Largo.

... that Humphrey's most memorable role, Casablanca's Rick Blaine, was originally developed for Ronald Reagan. You can learn more in our Tribute to Casablanca.

... that Humphrey enjoyed a successful career-long collaboration with famed director John Huston. Starting with The Maltese Falcon (pictured here), these "men's men" would go on to make seven more films, including: Across the Pacific, The African Queen, Beat the Devil, In This Our Life, Key Largo and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.

... that the American Film Institute has compiled a list of the top 100 movie quotes. Humphrey Bogart is the actor with the most quotes on the list (see list below):

  • #5 "Here's looking at you kid." - Casablanca
  • #14 "The stuff that dreams are made of." - The Maltese Falcon
  • #20 "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship" - Casablanca
  • #43 "We'll always have Paris" - Casablanca
  • #67 "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine." - Casablanca

    ... that Humphrey Bogart was a serious chess player. He played daily and was considered a strong amateur player.

    ... that you can see some home movies of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in this fun clip:

    ... Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall worked together in a radio series called Bold Venture. You can listen to them here.

    ... that you can watch Humphrey Bogart in a very rare television appearance on the Jack Benny show. He plays ( of course) a bad guy in a very funny sketch.

    ... Although this is a picture of the 1960's Rat Pack as most people know it (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop and Sammy Davis Jr.)the original Rat Pack dates back to the 1950's and included Humphrey Bogart, Judy Garland, Lauren Bacall, David Niven, Spencer Tracy and Cary Grant. Humphrey Bogart is generally acknowledged as the founding member of what was then called the Holmby Hills Rat Pack possibly named by Lauren Bacall who told them they looked like a pack of rats after a night of hard drinking.

    ... that of course Humphrey Bogart was included in the Postal Services Legends of Hollywood series. He was the third star honored following Marilyn Monroe and James Dean.

    ... If you miss seeing Humphrey Bogart you might enjoy watching him walk into a club to see Elton John play. Of course it's one of those commercials with dead people in it that we're not sure is a good idea. The Bogie images were clipped from the 1942 movie All Through the Night

    On Location

    Grauman's/Mann's Chinese Theater Footprints
    Humphrey Bogart is just one of the many legendary celebrities to leave hand and footprints outside the famous Grauman's (now Mann's) Chinese Theater.

    Mann's Chinese Theater
    6925 Hollywood Blvd.
    Hollywood, CA

    Hollywood Walk of Fame Star
    In the early 1960's, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce developed the idea of the "Hollywood Walk of Fame." The sidewalks of the most famous streets in the heart of Hollywood were lined with "stars" recognizing celebrities' life-long contributions to the entertainment industry. Receiving a star is still to this day considered a huge honor. Here's where you can find Humphrey Bogart's star:

    Walk of Fame Star
    (Motion Pictures)

    6322 Hollywood Blvd.
    Hollywood, CA

    Former Home of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
    232 S. Mapleton Drive
    Los Angeles, CA

    Burial Place of Humphrey Bogart
    Forest Lawn Glendale
    1712 S. Glendale Ave.
    Glendale, CA

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  • Key Largo

    Fred C. Dobbs ( Treasure of the Sierra Madre ):

    "Hey, mister, will you stake a fellow American to a meal?"

    In which Bette Davis classic did Humphrey Bogart have a much praised supporting role?