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Sahara – 1953

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 20, 2013

My rating    —A Great War Thriller—  Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  Zoltan Korda The Lowdown Tank commander Sgt. Joe Gunn (Humphrey Bogart) joins forces with a unit of British soldiers to defend a well in the Sahara desert from the Germans - despite fifty-to-one odds! read more

Beat the Devil – 1953

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 17, 2013

My rating —A Cult Classic—  Bogie Film Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  John Huston The Lowdown Four crooks (Humphrey Bogart, Robert Morley, Peter Lorre, and Marco Tulli) meet up with a British couple (Edward Underdown and Jennifer Jones) as they all make their way from Italy to East read more

It All Came True – 1940

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 14, 2013

My rating —A Great Comedy—  Bogie Film Fix:  out of 5 Bogies!  Director:  Lewis Seiler  The Lowdown A gangster on the run (Humphrey Bogart) hides out in a boarding house run by the mother of his nightclub’s piano player (Jeffrey Lynn).  What I Thought This is exactly the kind of read more

Bullets or Ballots – 1936

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 12, 2013

My Rating —Good Gangster Fun—  Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  William Keighley The Lowdown A cop (Edward G. Robinson) goes undercover to bust up the organization of a big time racketeer (Barton MacClane). What I Thought After the Legion of Decency and the Production Code read more

Up the River – 1930

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 10, 2013

My Rating —Worth a Watch—  Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  John Ford The Lowdown Two inmates (Spencer Tracy and Warren Hymer) escape prison to help a recently released convict (Humphrey Bogart) who’s being blackmailed. What I Thought This is one of the few Bogart films read more

Dark Victory – 1939

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 6, 2013

My Rating —Pretty Good—  Bogie Film Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  Edmund Goulding The Lowdown A rich, young socialite (Bette Davis) and the doctor (George Brent) that diagnoses her brain tumor fall in love and struggle with the knowledge that she only has a few months left to live. read more

The Return of Doctor X – 1939

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 4, 2013

My Rating —A Campy Blast— Bogie Film Fix:   (Un-ratable – an honorary 3 Undead Doctors!) Director:  Vincent Sherman The Lowdown When reporter Walter Garrett (Wayne Morris) stumbles across the body of a murdered actress and calls the police, he soon finds himself in hot water after read more

The Roaring Twenties – 1939

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on Jun 2, 2013

My Rating —Great Film— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  Raoul Walsh The Lowdown Eddie Bartlett (James Cagney) returns from fighting in World War I and finds that the only way he can make a decent living is by selling homemade liquor.  Soon Bartlett is running a big bootleggi read more

Midnight / Call It Murder – 1934

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 31, 2013

My Rating —Almost Decent—  Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  – Chester Erskine The Lowdown A jury foreman (O.P. Heggie) questions his responsibility in sentencing a woman to death for murdering her husband after a crime of passion.  In a wild coincidence, on the night of read more

Hollywood Victory Caravan – 1945

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 30, 2013

My Rating —Short and Fun—  Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies Director – William D. Russell The Lowdown A young woman in Hollywood is unable to visit her wounded, war veteran brother in Washington D.C. because there’s no transportation to get there.  Discovering that a train load of read more

San Quentin – 1937

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 29, 2013

Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director – Lloyd Bacon The Lowdown  An army man (Pat O’Brien) is brought in to shape up the inmates at San Quentin Prison, only to find out that a troublemaking new convict (Humphrey Bogart) is the brother to a lounge singer (Ann Sheridan) with whom he’s recently read more

Three on a Match – 1932

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 27, 2013

My Rating —VERY GOOD— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  – Mervyn LeRoy The Lowdown  The film follows three grade school classmates, Mary (Joan Blondell), Vivian (Ann Dvorak), and Ruth (Bette Davis), as they grow up, go their separate ways, and then reconnect at a beauty parlo read more

Two Against the World / The Case of Mrs. Pembroke / One Fatal Hour – 1936

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 25, 2013

Note:  The film reviewed for this entry was the TCM version, One Fatal Hour, which is about seven or eight minutes shorter than the original theatrical release of Two Against the World. My Review —Pretty Good— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director – William C. McGann The Lowdown  read more

Black Legion – 1937

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 24, 2013

My Review —Very Good— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! (Although, this might be a fix you only go to once or twice in your life…) Director – Archie Mayo The Lowdown When machinist Frank Taylor (Humphrey Bogart) is passed over for a promotion in favor of a young Polish immigrant, 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

Kid Galahad – 1937

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 20, 2013

My Review —Good, Harmless Fun— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  – Michael Curtiz Quick Note:  I’ve adjusted the format just a bit as I continue to figure out my movie blogging voice – trying to trim and clean things up, and give a better overall review!  Comments welcome! read more

To Have and Have Not – 1944

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 17, 2013

My Review —Near Perfect— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director – Howard Hawks The Lowdown All that Howard Hawks needed to make a movie was one woman and one man. Russell and Grant.  Stanwyck and Cooper.  Bacall and Bogart. Put them in a room together.  Give them a reason to read more

We’re No Angels – 1955

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 15, 2013

My Review —Very Good— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  – Michael Curtiz The Lowdown This is the best hobby I’ve ever had. Part of the reason I started this journey of blogging through every Bogart movie was so that I’d finally catch up on some of the classics that I’d read more

The Enforcer – 1951

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 13, 2013

My Review —A Decent Thriller— Your Bogie Fix:  out of 5 Bogies! Director:  Although Bretaigne Windust is credited, Raoul Walsh was brought in after only a few days of filming when Windust was taken to the hospital, seriously ill.  Windust would not return in time to finish the picture. read more

Marked Woman – 1937

The Bogie Film Blog Posted by Bogart Fan on May 9, 2013

My Review —Pretty Good— Your Bogie Fix:   out of 5 Bogies! Director: Lloyd Bacon The Lowdown This is the third Lloyd Bacon / Humphrey Bogart movie I’ve reviewed since starting the blog – the first being Action in the North Atlantic, and the second Brother Orchid – and again, Bacon read more
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