Bogie (1980) was a Film directed by Vincent Sherman and produced by Malcolm Stuart, Charles W. Fries and Philip Barry Jr..
Peter Falk Channels Bogie in Neil Simon's The Cheap DetectiveBy Rick29 on Apr 26, 2021 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
A befuddled Lou Peckinpah.Following the success of his romantic comedy The Goodbye Girl (1977), Neil Simon returned to the zany spoof formula of Murder By Death (1976). Indeed, The Cheap Detective could have been a sequel to Murder By Death with Peter Falk reprising his role of Sam Diamond--a knock-... Read full article
The Alternate Movie Title Game (Bogie Edition)By Rick29 on Feb 22, 2021 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Here are the rules: We will provide an "alternate title" for a Humphrey Bogart film and ask you to name the actual film. Most of these are pretty easy. Please answer no more than three questions per day so others can play. You may have an answer other than the intended one--just be able to defend it... Read full article
Film Noir Review: Dark Passage (1947) Is Bogie & Bacall’s Unsung ClassicBy Danilo Castro on May 29, 2019 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
?It’s wonderful when guys like you lose out. Makes guys like me think maybe we got a chance in this world.? Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall remain one of the most famous couples in Hollywood history. Between the former?s gruff cynicism and the latter?s razor-sharp wit, they were an ideal ... Read full article
FilmStruck Forum: Chaplin, Bogie and an Undiscovered GemBy Annmarie Gatti on Aug 1, 2018 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
FilmStruck Forum: Chaplin, Bogie and More Exploring the Streaming Movie Service As I continue to explore and acclimate to FilmStruck, I’m finding that my biggest ‘problem’ is trying to decide what to watch.? But alas, I’m muddling through making those difficult decisions, and... Read full article
Warner Archive Blu-ray: Bogie and Bacall in Dark Passage (1947)By KC on Jul 8, 2016 From Classic Movies
The four film partnership between Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall worked because the growing affection they felt for each other off-screen translated so well to the characters they played. That love is most evident in Dark Passage (1947), which despite all its bitterness and hard edges is also an ... Read full article
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