A second look at pre-Code classic Three on a Match (1932) includes an appraisal of early Humphrey Bogart movies, contemporary reaction, and a checklist of stars. Plus Warren William.
One of James Cagney’s classic gangster movies, The Roaring Twenties (1939) also boasts an especially nasty Humphrey Bogart in its cast, plus strong work from Gladys George. Post includes background about writer Mark Hellinger, real-life roaring twenties personalities Larry Fay and Texas Guinan, plus a look at a pre-Code predecessor Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933).
TCM examines Humphrey Bogart as major film star during their August 1 Summer Under the Stars presentation. Here we trace his stardom backwards from High Sierra down to a 1930 newspaper interview which finds Bogie on the hunt for a Hollywood party.
Eric Linden finds fun, trouble and Joan Blondell in Depression-era New York in Warner Bros.’ Big City Blues (1932). Directed by Mervyn LeRoy with an unbilled supporting appearance by Humphrey Bogart along with several others.
A 1967 magazine advertisement declares “Big savings are “IN”–so are surfboards and giant sized celebrity posters of Humphrey Bogart.” Taking a look at the 1960’s Bogart Boom and trying to figure out the timing.
Inside the February 13, 1938 edition of Screen & Radio Weekly is a full page article attributed to Humphrey Bogart which includes a pair of illustrations also credited as Bogie’s handiwork. Here’s what it’s all about.
A review of the Depression era pre-code classic Three on a Match starring Ann Dvorak and a host of familiar faces including young Bette Davis and Humphrey Bogart. Illustrated with movie collectibles.
A biography of film legend Humphrey Bogart accompanied by images of Bogie Movie Cards and Movie Collectibles.