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Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe

Humphrey Bogart [3]


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Born:December 25, 1899
Died:January 14, 1957 (57)
Filmography Rating:7.00 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.08 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.22 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:79.85%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Road to Bali [1952](53) => Charlie Allnut (uncredited)
Beat the Devil [1953](54) => Billy Dannreuther
Sabrina [1954](55) => Linus Larrabee

Trivia that mentions this person:
Beat the Devil [1953]
  • This was the fifth and last movie that Humphrey Bogart would make with Peter Lorre. The other four were, The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, All Through the Night, and Passage to Marseille.
  • John Huston was star/producer Humphrey Bogart's first choice to direct. However, Huston had some scheduling conflicts - he was due to make a movie with [?] Katharine Hepburn (which was never made, as Hepburn graciously stepped aside to help out Huston), not to mention that he had to finish his then-current project Moulin Rouge. [?] Nicholas Ray, who Bogart had worked with twice before, was considered to direct in case Huston could not finish in time.
  • Humphrey Bogart was involved in a serious automobile accident during production of this film, which knocked out several of his teeth and hindered his ability to speak. John Huston hired a young British actor noted for his mimicry skills to rerecord some of Bogart's spoken lines during post-production looping. Although it is undetectable when viewing the film today, it is Peter Sellers who provides Bogart's voice during some of the scenes in this movie.
    Ernest Goes to Jail [1990]
  • Among the famous eccentric actors whom Ernest imitates in jail when trying out for "Mr. Nash", are James Cagney, Walter Brennan, Humphrey Bogart, Barry Fitzgerald, Sylvester Stallone, and James Mason. Of those, Stallone is the only one who was not a classic one at the time. He is the only actor who was still alive and who was still acting in movies during and after the time this movie was made.
    Road to Bali [1952]
  • Celebrity/pop cultural references: Zsa Zsa Gabor, Humphrey Bogart, [?] Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan, and the Academy Awards.
    Sabrina [1954]
  • Many critics felt that Humphrey Bogart was miscast in the film, and that William Holden should have played Linus with a younger actor as David.