Estuvo a punto de casarse con Frank Sinatra y acabo contrayendo matrimonio con Jason Robards, quien tanto se parecia fisicamente a Bogart
He was preparing a movie to star Bogart
, based on an Ernest Hemingway story, To Have And Have Not, with a script partly written by William Faulkner.
The movie won her a husband in Hollywood tough guy Humphrey Bogart
simply called her "Baby" in a love story that ended prematurely with his cancer death in 1957.
The film was the first of more than 40 for Bacall, among them "The Big Sleep'' and "Key Largo'' with Bogart
, "How to Marry a Millionaire'' with Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable, "Designing Woman'' with Gregory Peck, the all-star "Murder on the Orient Express'' (1974) and, later in her career, Lars von Trier's "Dogville'' (2003) and "Manderlay'' (2005) and Robert Altman's "Pret-a-Porter'' (1994).
MacMurray does a great job playing the heel Keefer, but Bogart
provides the stand-out performance as a complicated man who fights to hold himself together.
But a chance can be taken on the Hambleton trainer's Bogart
if he handles this softer surface he is likely to encounter this afternoon.
Adding to Florida's fight against the fastest-increasing type of cancer diagnoses in the US, is ECAN's involvement in the upcoming film festival put on by Stephen Bogart
, who's famous father, Humphrey Bogart
, died of Esophageal Cancer.
He was born July 20, 1946, son of James and Mary Bogart
The 58-key upright piano on which actor and singer Dooley Wilson performed As Time Goes By, the signature song of the 1942 film's star-crossed lovers played by Humphrey Bogart
and Ingrid Bergman, sold at Sotheby's for $602,500 including commission.
of the University's Institute of Integrative Biology.
said to fully explore this potential more technological developments arc needed to understand how stem cells behave in the body after transplantation.
romped to success in the totepool Two-Year-Old Trophy at Redcar.
Tough Without a Gun: The Life and Extraordinary Afterlife of Humphrey Bogart
, Stefan Kanfer, Knopf, 304 pages]
THE TOPIC: Humphrey Bogart
wasn't as crooked as he was supposed to be.