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Humphrey Bogart

Humphrey Bogart

  • To Have And Have Not (1944) July 12 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Great O'Malley, The (1937) July 15 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The (1948) July 23 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Two Mrs. Carrolls, The (1947) August 05 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Conflict (1945) August 12 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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Also Known As: Died: January 14, 1957
Born: December 25, 1899 Cause of Death: throat cancer
Birth Place: New York, New York Profession: Cast ...
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While serving with US Navy in WWI was in accident which caused scarred upper lip
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Worked as office boy on Wall Street; then at age 19 was manager with touring theatrical troupe
1920:
Stage acting debut in bit part in "Drifting" starring Alice Brady and future wife Helen Menken; through decade progressed to leading Broadway roles usually as the romantic juvenile
1925:
Starred opposite Shirley Booth in "Hell's Bells"
1930:
Short film debut in "Broadway's Like That/Ruth Etting in Broadway's Like That"; feature film debut in "Up the River"
1930:
Signed by Fox at $750/week; made five films for Fox and one on loan-out for Universal
1935:
Breakthrough stage role as villain Duke Mantee in "The Petrified Forest"; co-starred with Leslie Howard
1936:
Became film star after screen version of "The Petrified Forest" (would reprise part in a 1955 TV adaptation)
1936:
Signed contract with Warner Bros.
1941:
Stardom clinched with his role as Sam Spade in "The Maltese Falcon", directed by John Huston
1943:
Starred opposite Ingrid Bergman in the now classic wartime love story "Casablanca"
1944:
Made first of four films opposite future wife Lauren Bacall, "To Have and Have Not" (Bacall's film debut)
1947:
Founded Santana Pictures; production company responsible for seven features between 1949-1953, including "Knock On Any Door" (1949) and "In a Lonely Place" (1953), both starring Bogart and directed by Nicholas Ray
1948:
Co-starred in last film opposite wife Lauren Bacall, "Key Largo"
1951:
Earned Best Actor Academy Award for "The African Queen"
1955:
Made TV acting debut recreating his stage and film role from "The Petrified Forest", opposite Bacall
1956:
Last film, "The Harder They Fall"

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