Dark Passage is a 1939 movie drama starring Bette Davis. Let me state how much I love this movie. Many fans, myself included, would be in agreement that Dark Victory contains one of her best acting performances. The movie is extremely well written and has an excellent cast. Some of Bette Davis' co-stars include the … Continue reading The Movie Poster Art Of Dark Victory
One of my favorite aspects of the classic movie Casablanca is the relationship between Rick Blaine and Sam. Obviously the movie is of its time. When Ilsa Lund arrives at Rick's Cafe Americain she inquires about Sam asking about "The boy who's playing the piano." It was not said in a condescending or malicious way, … Continue reading Casablanca: The Bond Of Friendship
I recently watched the movie Bad Sister and I must say that I really enjoyed this film. At sixty eight minutes it is short and sweet. Released in 1931, it is Humphrey Bogart's fouth film and Bette Davis' film debut. The film is basically a light drama, with some added touches of comedy. The story … Continue reading Bad Sister: Bogart And Bette Davis Together For The First Time
I consider myself to be a huge fan of Humphrey Bogart's movies. Of the seventy plus movies that he appeared in I have watched all but six of them. I own quite a few of his movies as well, including The Harder They Fall, his last movie. I must confess that there is a part … Continue reading Why I Have Not Watched Humphrey Bogart’s Last Movie
I count Film Noir as one of my favorite movie genres. I have viewed quite a few, but I know that there are so many more films for me to see in this genre. Considering that I really became a fan of this genre about eight years ago I have some catching up to do. … Continue reading Favorite Noirs For Noirvember
Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, James Cagney and George Raft. What if someone at Warner Brothers could have gotten these four greats into one movie? Wow, what a classic that would have been! They could have given it one of those typical Warner Brothers titles, "We Die As One", "Rush Of Night", "Four Way Stop" … Continue reading A Warner Brothers What If
This is such a cool image I had to post it. Blade Runner is one of my favorite movies. Humphrey Bogart and Harrison Ford are two of my favorite actors. The poster's creator is Peter Stults.