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A Floresta Petrificada / The Petrified Forest (1936)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Apr 7, 2018

A Floresta Petrificada / The Petrified Forest (1936) Quantos filmes interessantes começam em um posto de gasoline / restaurante? Vejamos: “Beija-me, Idiota” (1964) é o primeiro que me vem à mente. Também há “Fuga do Passado” (1947) e muitos outros filmes noir. Mas read more

The Petrified Forest (1936)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Feb 9, 2015

If I dare say this film begins as a rather dull budding love story between a philosophical drifting author (Leslie Howard) and a inquisitive young server (Bette Davis) at a roadside gas station in Arizona. It looks like it’s not to be as he is intent on moving on but then comes murderer Duke M read more

The Petrified Forest (1936)

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Feb 9, 2015

If I dare say this film begins as a rather dull budding love story between a philosophical drifting author (Leslie Howard) and a inquisitive young server (Bette Davis) at a roadside gas station in Arizona. It looks like it’s not to be as he is intent on moving on but then comes murderer Duke M read more

The Screen Guild Theater Presents: The Petrified Forest – 1940

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jan 18, 2015

My Review –Needs More Bogart– Honorary Bogie Radio Fix: The Lowdown For my full synopsis of the plot to The Petrified Forest click here. What I Thought This one was just another amazing jewel to be found as an extra on the “Humphrey Bogart: The Essential Collection” box set. While the play/film read more

The Bogart Film Affair Ep 5 – The Petrified Forest

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jan 4, 2015

It’s a week late, but here’s episode 5 of ‘The Bogart Film Affair’ podcast! I discuss 1936’s The Petrified Forest with Bogart, Bette Davis, and Leslie Howard, as well as the 1955 made-for-television version where Bogart reprises his iconic gangster role with Lauren Baca read more

The Petrified Forest (1936) (2)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Jul 27, 2013

The Petrified Forest Directed by Archie Mayo Written by Charles Kenyon and Delmer Daves based on a play by Robert E. Sherwood 1936/USA Warner Bros. First viewing   This stage-bound hostage movie is notable for Humphrey Bogart’s break-out performance. Alan Squier (Leslie Howard), a world-w read more

“Producer’s Showcase” – The Petrified Forest – 1955

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 22, 2013

My Review —A Little Rough Around the Edges— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 bogies! Director:  – Delbert Mann The Lowdown  Nearly twenty years after Humphrey Bogart made Duke Mantee his breakout role on the silver screen, he returned to the small screen to reprise the gangster one more read more

The Petrified Forest – 1936

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Apr 26, 2013

My Review —A Great Film— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  Archie Mayo The Lowdown Alan Squier (Leslie Howard) is a drifter / writer / hitchhiker making his way across the U.S. when he walks into a little gas station café in the Arizona desert for a “bar-bee-cue.”  Gabby read more

Review: The Petrified Forest (1936) (1)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by benobrian on Dec 1, 2012

The Petrified Forest begins with a solitary hitchhiker wandering through the dusty desolation of an Arizona desert road; his canteen empty and his walking stick leading the way as automobiles and tumble weeds pass him by. He eventually makes it to a lonely gas station diner with the words “LAST CHA read more

Gallery: The Petrified Forest (1936) (1)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by Pretty Clever Film Gal on Dec 1, 2012

Now that you’ve read Ben O’Brian’s rockin’ review of The Petrified Forest, you probably want more. (Who doesn’t want more Humphrey Bogart. He’s kind of like cowbell that way). Check out this gallery of production stills from The Petrified Forest featuring Humphre read more

Review: The Petrified Forest (1936) (2)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by benobrian on Dec 1, 2012

The Petrified Forest begins with a solitary hitchhiker wandering through the dusty desolation of an Arizona desert road; his canteen empty and his walking stick leading the way as automobiles and tumble weeds pass him by. He eventually makes it to a lonely gas station diner with the words “LAST CHA read more

Gallery: The Petrified Forest (1936) (2)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by Pretty Clever Film Gal on Dec 1, 2012

Now that you’ve read Ben O’Brian’s rockin’ review of The Petrified Forest, you probably want more. (Who doesn’t want more Humphrey Bogart. He’s kind of like cowbell that way). Check out this gallery of production stills from The Petrified Forest featuring Humphre read more

The Petrified Forest (1936) (1)

The Motion Pictures Posted by Lindsey on Aug 24, 2012

(Image via movies.io) Gabrielle Maple (Bette Davis) is a bright young girl living in an isolated desert of Arizona, where she operates a gas station and diner with her father (Porter Hall) and grandfather (Charley Grapewin). Gabrielle’s mother is no longer a part of her life, having left Arizo read more

24 Bogie Movie Marathon: #1 The Petrified Forest (1936)

Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog Posted by Google profile on Nov 2, 2010

About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. The Petrified Forest (1936) is an English major's delight. For those of use who use literature and poetry as a filter through which we see the world. Sometimes we feel isolated when every read more

The Petrified Forest (1936) (3)

Movie Classics Posted by Judy on Sep 2, 2008

Bette Davis I had heard of The Petrified Forest as a gangster film, so was surprised to find that it is really a stage play, largely set in one room (a remote cafe at an Arizona petrol station) – and has a static, talky quality. Although this is known as a star-making performance for Humphrey read more

A Floresta Petrificada (1936) / The Petrified Forest (1936)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Nov 30, -0001

A Floresta Petrificada (1936) / The Petrified Forest (1936) Quantos filmes interessantes começam em um posto de gasoline / restaurante? Vejamos: “Beija-me, Idiota” (1964) é o primeiro que me vem à mente. Também há “Fuga do Passado” (1947) e muitos outros filmes noir. read more