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I saw another Humphrey Bogart film yesterday afternoon. It was pretty good. He was a merchant marine officer during ww2 in the atlantic, don't remember it's name.

Last night I watched the new version of "Midway". The CGI stuff they can do these days is amazing.
 

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Feature-length films of Humphrey Bogart
TitleYearRoleNotesRef(s)
A Devil with Women1930Tom StandishFox Film
[41]
Up the River1930Steve JordanFox Film
[42]
Bad Sister1931Valentine CorlissUniversal Pictures
distributed through Warner Bros.
[43]
A Holy Terror1931Steve NashFox Film
[44]
Body and Soul1931Jim WatsonFox Film
[45]
Women of All Nations1931Stone
Deleted scenes
Fox Film
Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
[46]
Big City Blues1932Shep AdkinsWarner Bros.
[47]
Three on a Match1932HarveWarner Bros.
[48]
Love Affair1932Jim LeonardColumbia Pictures
[49]
Midnight1934Gar Boniaka Call It Murder
Universal Pictures
[50]
The Petrified Forest1936Duke ManteeWarner Bros.
[51]
Bullets or Ballots1936Nick "Bugs" FennerWarner Bros.
[52]
Two Against the World1936Sherry Scottaka One Fatal Hour
Warner Bros.
[53]
China Clipper1936Hap StuartFirst National Pictures
[54]
Isle of Fury1936Valentine "Val" StevensWarner Bros.
[55]
Black Legion1937Frank TaylorWarner Bros.
[56]
The Great O'Malley1937John PhillipsWarner Bros.
[57]
Marked Woman1937District Attorney David GrahamWarner Bros.
[58]
San Quentin1937Joe "Red" KennedyWarner Bros.
[59]
Kid Galahad1937Turkey MorganWarner Bros.
[60]
Dead End1937Hugh "Baby Face" MartinSamuel Goldwyn Productions
[61]
Stand-In1937Doug QuintainWalter Wanger Productions
[62]
Swing Your Lady1938Ed HatchWarner Bros.
[63]
Crime School1938Deputy Commissioner Mark BradenWarner Bros.
[64]
Men Are Such Fools1938Harry GalleonWarner Bros.
[65]
Racket Busters1938Pete "Czar" MartinWarner Bros.
[66]
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse1938"Rocks" ValentineWarner Bros.
[67]
Angels with Dirty Faces1938James FrazierWarner Bros.
[68]
 
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King of the Underworld1939Joe GurneyWarner Bros.
[69]
The Oklahoma Kid1939Whip McCordWarner Bros.
[70]
You Can't Get Away with Murder1939Frank WilsonWarner Bros.
[71]
Dark Victory1939Michael O'LearyWarner Bros.
[72]
The Roaring Twenties1939George HallyWarner Bros.
[73]
The Return of Doctor X1939Dr. Maurice Xavier, aka Marshall QuesneWarner Bros.
[74]
Invisible Stripes1939Chuck MartinWarner Bros.
[75]
They Drive by Night1940Paul FabriniWarner Bros.
[76]
Virginia City1940John MurrellWarner Bros.
[77]
It All Came True1940Grasselli aka Chips MaguireWarner Bros.
[78]
Brother Orchid1940Jack BuckWarner Bros.
[79]
High Sierra1941Roy EarleWarner Bros.
[80]
The Wagons Roll at Night1941Nick CosterWarner Bros.
[81]
The Maltese Falcon1941Sam SpadeFirst film appearance of Sydney Greenstreet
Warner Bros.
[82]
All Through the Night1942Alfred 'Gloves' DonahueWarner Bros.
[83]
The Big Shot1942Joseph "Duke" BerneWarner Bros.
[84]
Across the Pacific1942Rick LelandWarner Bros.
[85]
 

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Casablanca1942Rick BlaineNominated for Best Actor Oscar
Warner Bros.
[86]
Action in the North Atlantic1943Lt. Joe RossiWarner Bros.
[87]
Sahara1943Sgt. Joe GunnColumbia Pictures
[88]
Thank Your Lucky Stars1943HimselfWarner Bros.
[89]
Passage to Marseille1944Jean MatracWarner Bros.
[90]
To Have and Have Not1944Harry "Steve" MorganLauren Bacall's debut film
Warner Bros.
[91]
Conflict1945Richard MasonWarner Bros.
[92]
The Big Sleep1946Philip MarloweWarner Bros.
Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
[93]
Dead Reckoning1947Capt. Warren "Rip" MurdockColumbia Pictures
[94]
The Two Mrs. Carrolls1947Geoffrey CarrollWarner Bros.
[95]
Dark Passage1947Vincent ParryWarner Bros.
[96]
Always Together1948HimselfWarner Bros.
[97]
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre1948Fred C. DobbsWarner Bros.
[98]
Key Largo1948Frank McCloudWarner Bros.
[99]
Knock on Any Door1949Andrew MortonSantana Productions, Bogart's company founded in 1948
Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
Tokyo Joe1949Joseph "Joe" BarrettSantana Productions
Chain Lightning1950Lt. Col. Matthew "Matt" BrennanWarner Bros.
In a Lonely Place1950Dixon SteeleSantana Productions;added to the National Film Registry in 2007, as "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant.
 

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he Enforcer1951Dist. Atty. Martin FergusonUnited States Pictures
Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive
Sirocco1951Harry SmithSantana Productions
The African Queen1951Charlie AllnutWon the Best Actor Oscar
United Artists
Deadline – U.S.A.1952Ed HutchesonFox Film
Battle Circus1953Maj. Jed WebbeMGM
Beat the Devil1953Billy DannreutherRomulus Films
Santana Pictures Corporation
The Caine Mutiny1954Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis QueegNominated for Best Actor Oscar
Columbia Pictures
Sabrina1954Linus LarrabeeParamount Pictures
The Barefoot Contessa1954Harry DawesFigaro
United Artists
We're No Angels1955JosephParamount Pictures
The Left Hand of God1955James "Jim" CarmodyFox Film
The Desperate Hours1955Glenn GriffinParamount Pictures
The Harder They Fall1956Eddie WillisColumbia Pictures
 

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Miscellaneous and uncredited films of Humphrey Bogart[40]
TitleYearNotesRef(s)
I Am an American1944Produced for Constitution Day
Report from the Front1944American Red Cross fund-raising short
[28]
Hollywood Victory Caravan1944Victory Bond tour
[28]
Two Guys From Milwaukee1946A Warner Bros. film, with Bogart and Bacall cameo uncredited sitting at a table
[28]
Always Together1948Bit part spoof of Stella Dallas, Bogart cameo crying against a window pane.
[28]
Road to Bali1952A clip from The African Queen
[28]
US Savings Bond trailer1952Bogart urging Americans to buy savings bonds
[28]
The Love Lottery1954Uncredited cameo
David Niven film for Ealing Studios
[28]
 

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Peanut, I posted all of the films from Wikipedia that had Bogart in them. I sometimes take an actor or actress and try to watch as much of their work as I can find. I keep spread sheets on them to help me know what I've seen (highlighted in yellow) and where to find them. I've seen little with him in it: The African Queen, Sabrina, and parts of Casa Blanca.
 
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I went through the list @Weedygarden The one I just saw was "Action in the North Atlantic". One of many such patriotic moral boosting films from those years.

I've seen probably a couple dozen Bogy films in the lists, would watch most again. He does a pretty good "guy who goes a little nuts". Or goes outright crazy...
 

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...I sometimes take an actor or actress and try to watch as much of their work as I can find. I keep spread sheets on them to help me know what I've seen (highlighted in yellow) and where to find them. ...
Impressive. A fellow spreadsheeter salutes you! :cool:
 

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Red Joan.

All in all, I thought it was a boring movie, that lionizes a woman who was a traitor to her country. Based on a true story about Melita Norwood. The movie doesn't really make her a hero...and yet, simply by making her story into a movie, I think they did just that.


The story is a demonstration of a fact that our "elites" often don't see: Academic types have very little advantage in making common sense political decisions...especially when they are young and looking for love. I myself know a young woman who is much like the main character...crazy genius smart on academic issues, but can be quite a bad decision maker when it comes to interpersonal relationships...easily fooled by those who would manipulate others...even when the manipulation attempts would be obvious to "dumber" people.
 

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The last movies I watched were with my daughter during my visit to Hawaii. Smallfoot, a fun animated show.

And The Proposal, a fun and entertaining comedy that I had never heard of before.

I am just now starting into re-watching the LOST TV series. I just spent the last few days ripping all the DVDs I had bought of the series into MP4 files so I could stream them from my media server to my tablets, phone, Roku, etc. It will probably take me a couple of years to get through re-watching all of that series. I was inspired to watch it again since it was filmed in Hawaii, where I just was. It was filmed on Oahu, but I was on the Big Island. So right state, wrong island for me.
 

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I've watched several college football games today. ...
Ditto for me on college football...really the last sport I really get into. But, I fear they are destroying it for me with the NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) stuff. Probably a topic for another thread, but I think college football is on borrowed time now.
 

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I watched The Last Kingdom series on Netflix. A lot of gore, but I'm fascinated by the storyline. Look forward to the release of season 5 (which I understand will be the last season).

When I stay overnight at the farm, it's in a little ramshackle house (well, I use the two small rooms that aren't falling in yet). No electricity and no cell/wifi - but I've come to enjoy watching downloaded shows (from Netflix) on my tablet. I started watching Manifest this past week. Have to re-watch seasons 1 and 2 before getting to the new-to-me season 3.

Oh, I also watched The Reliant. It was awful.

And before that was Roswell. Which has a really interesting story line. But it's full of wokeness crap and conservative-hating stereotypes. You know the kind - where they think they're so much more enlightened than the unwashed masses.
 

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