Knowledge Identifier: +Humphrey_Bogart
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1899.
Countries: United States (62%), United Kingdom (8%), (5%)
Linked to: Academy Award for Best Actor, American Film Institute, Turner Classic Movies, Phillips Academy
A few months later, in 1921, Bogart made his stage debut in "Drifting" as a Japanese butler in another Alice Brady play, nervously speaking one line of dialog
When actress Louise Brooks met Bogart in 1924, he had some scarred tissue on his upper lip, which Belmont Bogart may have partially repaired before Bogart went into films in 1930
Mary Philips - In 1924 she appeared in the Broadway play "Nerves" with Humphrey Bogart and Kenneth MacKenna, both lifelong friends and future husbands
Shirley Booth - Her debut on Broadway was in the play, Hell's Bells, opposite Humphrey Bogart on January 26, 1925.
They were married on May 20, 1926 at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City , divorced on November 18, 1927, but remained friends
Bogart's earliest film role is with Helen Hayes in the 1928 two-reeler "The Dancing Town", of which a complete copy has never been found
After the stock market crash of 1929, stage production dropped off sharply, and many of the more photogenic actors headed for Hollywood
Barton MacLane - During the 1930s and 1940s, MacLane worked alongside legendary movie star Humphrey Bogart in several films
Bogart performed in "The Bad Sister" with Bette Davis in 1931, in a minor part
Dorothy Mackaill - Her most memorable role of this era was the 1932 Columbia Pictures release "Love Affair" with a young Humphrey Bogart as her leading man
The play had 197 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in 1935
Warner Bros. - In 1936, following the success of "The Petrified Forest", Jack Warner signed Humphrey Bogart to a studio contract
After the play closed, however, she went to Hollywood, but insisted on continuing her career and they divorced in 1937
Claire Trevor - In 1937, she starred with Humphrey Bogart in "Dead End", which would lead to her being nominated for Best Supporting Actress
Bruce Bennett - Bennett appeared in many films in the 1940s and early 1950s, including "Sahara" with Humphrey Bogart, "Mildred Pierce" with Joan Crawford, "Nora Prentiss" with Ann Sheridan, "Dark Passage" with Bogart and Lauren Bacall, "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" with Bogart and Walter Huston, "Mystery Street" , "Sudden Fear" with Joan Crawford and Gloria Grahame, and "Strategic Air Command" with James Stewart
Alexis Smith - During the 1940s she appeared alongside some of the most popular male stars of the day, including Errol Flynn in "Gentleman Jim" , Fredric March in The Adventures of Mark Twain and "San Antonio" , Humphrey Bogart in "Conflict" and "The Two Mrs. Carrolls" , Cary Grant in a sanitized, fictionalized version of the life of Cole and Linda Porter in "Night and Day" , and Bing Crosby in "Here Comes the Groom"
George Raft - He went into a gradual professional decline over the next decade, in part due to turning down some of the most-famous roles in movie history, notably Raoul Walsh's "High Sierra" and "The Maltese Falcon"; both roles unexpectedly transformed Humphrey Bogart from supporting player to a major force in Hollywood in 1941
Joan Leslie - In 1941, Leslie got her first major role in the thriller "High Sierra" with Humphrey Bogart, playing a crippled girl under her new billing as "Joan Leslie"
Hoagy Carmichael - In 1943, Carmichael returned to the movies and played "Cricket" in the screen adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's "To Have and Have Not", opposite Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, where he sang "Hong Kong Blues" and "The Rhumba Jumps", and played piano as Bacall sang "How Little We Know"
Marcel Dalio - One of his best-known roles in American films was in the 1944 film adaptation of "To Have and Have Not", opposite Humphrey Bogart
John Ridgely - He appeared in the 1946 Humphrey Bogart film "The Big Sleep" as blackmailing gangster Eddie Mars and had a memorable role as a suffering heart patient in the film noir "Nora Prentiss"
Riding high in 1947 with a new contract which provided some script refusal rights and the right to form his own separate production company, Bogart reunited with John Huston for "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre", a stark tale of greed involving three gold prospectors played out in the dusty back country of Mexico
Ava Gardner - Other films include "The Hucksters" with Clark Gable, "Show Boat" , "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" with Gregory Peck, "Lone Star" with Clark Gable, "Mogambo" with Clark Gable and Grace Kelly, 1954's "The Barefoot Contessa" with Humphrey Bogart , "Bhowani Junction" , "The Sun Also Rises" with Tyrone Power and Errol Flynn , and the film version of Nevil Shute's best-selling "On the Beach" with Peck and Fred Astaire
Nick Dennis - The supporting actor, who began in films in 1947, was known for playing ethnic types in films such as "Kiss Me Deadly" and the Humphrey Bogart film "Sirocco"
Lauren Bacall gave birth to Stephen Humphrey Bogart on January 6, 1949
Gloria Grahame - Grahame starred with Humphrey Bogart in the 1950 film "In a Lonely Place", a performance which garnered her considerable praise
Dean Martin - In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Martin and Sinatra, along with friends Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, and Sammy Davis, Jr. formed the legendary Rat Pack, so called by the public after an earlier group of social friends, the Holmby Hills Rat Pack centered on Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, of which Sinatra had been a member
Gloria Talbott - She worked on a regular basis during the 1950s, having appeared in "Crashout" , the Humphrey Bogart comedy "We're No Angels" , "Lucy Gallant" , and "All That Heaven Allows"
Bogart never forgot Howard's favor, and in 1952 he named his only daughter "Leslie Howard" after Howard, who had died in World War II under mysterious circumstances
Kim Hunter - In 1952, fresh on the heels of her Supporting Actress Oscar, Hunter would become Humphrey Bogart's leading lady in "Deadline USA"
Robert Altman - The 1953 film "Battle Circus," starring Humphrey Bogart, may have influenced the novel and/or Altman's version of MASH. (Battle Circus' original title, "MASH" was rejected by the studio; it was felt that the public might think the film was about potatoes/) Production was sometimes so tumultuous that the leads Elliot Gould and Donald Sutherland tried to have Altman fired over his unorthodox filming methods, but MASH was widely hailed as an immediate classic upon its 1970 release.
"The Barefoot Contessa", directed by Joseph Mankiewicz, was filmed in Rome, and released in 1954
Bogart and Bacall worked together on an early color telecast, in 1955, an NBC adaptation of "The Petrified Forest" for "Producers' Showcase"; only a black and white kinescope of the live telecast has survived
Lloyd Nolan - Later in his career, he returned to the stage and appeared on television to great acclaim in "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial", for which he received a 1955 Emmy *award for portraying Captain Queeg, the role made famous by Humphrey Bogart
Nathaniel Benchley - He was a close friend of actor Humphrey Bogart and wrote his biography in 1975