Tag Archives: Humphrey Bogart
The Harder They Fall (1956) Mark Robson, Humphrey Bogart, Rod Steiger, Jan Sterling, Drama, Film-Noir, Sport, Thriller
Angels with Dirty Faces (1938) Michael Curtiz, James Cagney, Pat O’Brien, Humphrey Bogart, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller
The Roaring Twenties (1939) Raoul Walsh, James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
All Through the Night (1942) Vincent Sherman, Humphrey Bogart, Conrad Veidt, Kaaren Verne, Action, Comedy, Crime
Broadway gambler Gloves Donahue wants to find who killed the baker of his favorite cheesecake. He sees nightclub singer Leda Hamilton leaving the bakery. When her boss Marty’s partner Joe is murdered, Leda and her accompanist Pepi disappear. It turns out that beneath all the mystery is a gang of Nazi operatives planning to blow up a battleship in New York harbor.
Deadline – U.S.A. (1952) Richard Brooks, Humphrey Bogart, Ethel Barrymore, Kim Hunter, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Ed Hutcheson, tough editor of the New York ‘Day’, finds that the late owner’s heirs are selling the crusading paper to a strictly commercial rival. At first he sees impending unemployment as an opportunity to win back his estranged wife Nora. But when a reporter, pursuing a lead on racketeer Rienzi, is badly beaten, Hutcheson is stung into a full fledged crusade against the gangster, hoping Rienzi can be tied to a woman’s murder…in the 3 issues before the end of ‘The Day.’
Dead Reckoning (1947) John Cromwell, Humphrey Bogart, Lizabeth Scott, Morris Carnovsky, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Rip Murdock and Johnny Darke are en route to Washington when Johnny disappears and then turns up dead. Rip learns that Johnny had been accused of murder and sets out to find out what he can. He falls in love with Coral whose husband Johnny is supposed to have killed.
You Can’t Get Away with Murder (1939) Lewis Seiler, Humphrey Bogart, Gale Page, Billy Halop, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Johnnie learns crime from petty thug Frank Wilson. When Wilson kills a pawnbroker with a gun stolen from Johnnie’s sister Madge’s fiance Fred Burke, Fred goes to Sing Sing’s death house. Wilson uses all the pressure can to keep Johnnie silent, even after he and Johnnie themselves wind up in the big house.