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Humphrey DeForest Bogart war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler. wählte ihn das American Film Institute zum „größten männlichen amerikanischen Filmstar aller Zeiten“. Humphrey DeForest Bogart (* Dezember in New York; † Januar in Los Angeles) war ein US-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler. wählte. Stephen Humphrey Bogart (* 6. Januar in Los Angeles) ist ein US-amerikanischer Filmproduzent und Romanautor. If walls could speak, this would be the place to sit very still and listen, preferably at the favorite tables of Humphrey Bogart, Robert Benchley or Richard Nixon. Hin- und hergerissen zwischen Hollywood und Bühne fuhr Bogart deshalb zweigleisig: Film und Theater. Seine Rolle als erbarmungsloser Gangster Duke Mantee.
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On it was inscribed, "If you want anything, just whistle. You just put your lips together and blow. On August 21, , he recorded his hand- and footprints in cement in a ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
On February 8, , Bogart was posthumously inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a motion-picture star at Hollywood Boulevard. After his death, a "Bogie cult" formed at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts ,  in Greenwich Village , and in France; this contributed to his increased popularity during the late s and s.
In , Entertainment Weekly magazine ranked Bogart the number-one movie legend of all time; two years later, the American Film Institute rated him the greatest male screen legend.
Jean-Luc Godard 's Breathless was the first film to pay tribute to Bogart. Over a decade later, in Woody Allen 's comic paean Play It Again, Sam , Bogart's ghost aids Allen's character: a film critic having difficulties with women who says that his "sex life has turned into the 'Petrified Forest ' ".
The United States Postal Service honored Bogart with a stamp in its "Legends of Hollywood" series in , the third figure recognized.
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Bogart 's spying. There was, it seemed, no person in town who was not living a life of shame except Mrs. Bogart , and naturally she resented it.
Judge Bogart wants me to take a basket of them up to Mrs. But Bogart , taking out the cigar, smiled at it with a shrewd squint.
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Maud told her offspring to call her "Maud" instead of "Mother", and showed little if any physical affection for them.
When she was pleased, she "[c]lapped you on the shoulder, almost the way a man does", Bogart recalled. A kiss, in our family, was an event.
Our mother and father didn't glug over my two sisters and me. Bogart was teased as a boy for his curls, tidiness, the "cute" pictures his mother had him pose for, the Little Lord Fauntleroy clothes in which she dressed him, and for his first name.
Bogart attended the private Delancey School until the fifth grade, and then attended the prestigious Trinity School. Another cited smoking, drinking, poor academic performance, and possibly inappropriate comments made to the staff.
In a third scenario, Bogart was withdrawn by his father for failing to improve his grades. His parents were deeply disappointed in their failed plans for his future.
With no viable career options, Bogart followed his passion for the sea and enlisted in the United States Navy in the spring of during World War I.
He recalled later, "At eighteen, war was great stuff. Sexy French girls! Hot damn! He may have received his trademark scar and developed his characteristic lisp during his naval stint.
There are several conflicting stories. The ship was never shelled, however, and it is believed that Bogart was not at sea before the armistice.
Another story, held by longtime friend Nathaniel Benchley , was that Bogart was injured while taking a prisoner to Portsmouth Naval Prison in Kittery, Maine.
While changing trains in Boston , the handcuffed prisoner reportedly asked Bogart for a cigarette. When Bogart looked for a match, the prisoner smashed him across the mouth with the cuffs cutting Bogart's lip and fled before he was recaptured and imprisoned.
In an alternative version, Bogart was struck in the mouth by a handcuff loosened while freeing his charge; the other handcuff was still around the prisoner's wrist.
David Niven said that when he first asked Bogart about his scar, however, he said that it was caused by a childhood accident. His post-service physical did not mention the lip scar, although it noted many smaller scars.
Bogart returned home to find his father in poor health, his medical practice faltering, and much of the family's wealth lost in bad timber investments.
Bogart became a liberal who disliked pretension, phonies and snobs, sometimes defying conventional behavior and authority; he was also well-mannered, articulate, punctual, self-effacing and standoffish.
Bogart resumed his friendship with Bill Brady Jr. Brady 's new World Films company. He made his stage debut a few months later as a Japanese butler in Alice's play Drifting nervously delivering one line of dialogue , and appeared in several of her subsequent plays.
Although Bogart had been raised to believe that acting was a lowly profession, he liked the late hours actors kept and the attention they received: "I was born to be indolent and this was the softest of rackets.
A barroom brawl at this time was also a purported cause of Bogart's lip damage, dovetailing with Louise Brooks' account. Preferring to learn by doing, he never took acting lessons.
Bogart was persistent and worked steadily at his craft, appearing in at least 17 Broadway productions between and Other critics were kinder.
Heywood Broun , reviewing Nerves , wrote: "Humphrey Bogart gives the most effective performance Bogart disliked his trivial, effeminate early-career parts, calling them "White Pants Willie" roles.
Divorced on November 18, , they remained friends. Theatrical production dropped off sharply after the Wall Street Crash of , and many of the more-photogenic actors headed for Hollywood.
Bogart debuted on film with Helen Hayes in the two-reeler, The Dancing Town , a complete copy of which has not been found.
There he met Spencer Tracy , a Broadway actor whom Bogart liked and admired, and they became close friends and drinking companions.
In , Tracy first called him "Bogie". Tracy received top billing, but Bogart appeared on the film's posters. Bogart then had a supporting role in Bad Sister with Bette Davis.
Both wanted top billing, however; Tracy dropped out, and was replaced by Fredric March. His parents had separated; his father died in in debt, which Bogart eventually paid off.
He inherited his father's gold ring, which he wore in many of his films. At his father's deathbed, Bogart finally told him how much he loved him.
Its producer, Arthur Hopkins , heard the play from offstage; he sent for Bogart and offered him the role of escaped murderer Duke Mantee in Robert E.
Sherwood 's forthcoming play, The Petrified Forest. When I saw the actor I was somewhat taken aback, for [I realized] he was the one I never much admired.
He was an antiquated juvenile who spent most of his stage life in white pants swinging a tennis racquet. He seemed as far from a cold-blooded killer as one could get, but the voice[,] dry and tired[,] persisted, and the voice was Mantee's.
The play had performances at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York in Humphrey Bogart does the best work of his career as an actor.
Howard, who held the production rights, made it clear that he wanted Bogart to star with him. Robinson , who had star appeal and was due to make a film to fulfill his contract.
When Warner Bros. According to Variety , "Bogart's menace leaves nothing wanting". Nugent wrote for The New York Times that the actor "can be a psychopathic gangster more like Dillinger than the outlaw himself.
There must be something in my tone of voice, or this arrogant face—something that antagonizes everybody. Nobody likes me on sight. I suppose that's why I'm cast as the heavy.
In spite of his success, Warner Bros. His roles were repetitive and physically demanding; studios were not yet air-conditioned , and his tightly-scheduled job at Warners was anything but the indolent and "peachy" actor's life he hoped for.
Bogart used these years to begin developing his film persona: a wounded, stoical, cynical, charming, vulnerable, self-mocking loner with a code of honor.
Amenities at Warners were few, compared to the prestigious Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Bogart thought that the Warners wardrobe department was cheap, and often wore his own suits in his films; he used his dog, Zero, to play Pard his character's dog in High Sierra.
His disputes with Warner Bros. Leading men at Warner Bros. Most of the studio's better scripts went to them or others , leaving Bogart with what was left: films like San Quentin , Racket Busters , and You Can't Get Away with Murder His only substantial role during this period was in Dead End , on loan to Samuel Goldwyn , as a gangster modeled after Baby Face Nelson.
Bogart played violent roles so often that in Nevil Shute 's novel, What Happened to the Corbetts , the protagonist replies "I've seen Humphrey Bogart with one often enough" when asked if he knows how to operate an automatic weapon.
The studio cast Bogart as a wrestling promoter in Swing Your Lady , a " hillbilly musical" which he reportedly considered his worst film performance.
I wouldn't have minded so much. The trouble was they were drinking mine and I was making this stinking movie. After the play closed, Mary relented; she insisted on continuing her career, however, and they divorced in Bogart entered a turbulent third marriage to actress Mayo Methot , a lively, friendly woman when sober but paranoid and aggressive when drunk, on August 21, She became convinced that Bogart was unfaithful to her which he eventually was, with Lauren Bacall, while filming To Have and Have Not in She set their house afire, stabbed him with a knife, and slashed her wrists several times.
Bogart needled her; apparently enjoying confrontation, he was sometimes violent as well. The press called them "the Battling Bogarts".
We get on so well together because we don't have illusions about each other I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper.
He had a lifelong disdain for pretension and phoniness,  and was again irritated by his inferior films. Bogart rarely watched his own films and avoided premieres, issuing fake press releases about his private life to satisfy journalistic and public curiosity.
Bogart advised Robert Mitchum that the only way to stay alive in Hollywood was to be an "againster".
He was not the most popular of actors, and some in the Hollywood community shunned him privately to avoid trouble with the studios.
All over Hollywood, they are continually advising me, "Oh, you mustn't say that. That will get you in a lot of trouble," when I remark that some picture or writer or director or producer is no good.
I don't get it. If he isn't any good, why can't you say so? If more people would mention it, pretty soon it might start having some effect.
The local idea that anyone making a thousand dollars a week is sacred and is beyond the realm of criticism never strikes me as particularly sound.
The Hollywood press, unaccustomed to such candor, was delighted. The film was adapted from a novel by W.
Burnett , author of the novel on which Little Caesar was based. Walsh initially opposed Bogart's casting, preferring Raft for the part.
It was Bogart's last major film as a gangster; a supporting role followed in The Big Shot , released in He worked well with Ida Lupino , sparking jealousy from Mayo Methot.
The film cemented a strong personal and professional connection between Bogart and Huston. Bogart admired and somewhat envied Huston for his skill as a writer; a poor student, Bogart was a lifelong reader.
He enjoyed intense, provocative conversation accompanied by stiff drinks , as did Huston. Both were rebellious and enjoyed playing childish pranks.
Huston was reportedly easily bored during production, and admired Bogart also bored easily off-camera for his acting talent and his intense concentration on-set.
Based on the Dashiell Hammett novel, it was first serialized in the pulp magazine Black Mask in and was the basis of two earlier film versions; the second was Satan Met a Lady , starring Bette Davis.
Wallis initially offered to cast George Raft as the leading man , but Raft more established than Bogart had a contract stipulating he was not required to appear in remakes.
Fearing that it would be nothing more than a sanitized version of the pre- Production Code The Maltese Falcon , Raft turned down the role to make Manpower with director Raoul Walsh.
Huston then eagerly accepted Bogart as his Sam Spade. Bogart was unusually happy with the film: "It is practically a masterpiece. I don't have many things I'm proud of Bogart played his first romantic lead in Casablanca : Rick Blaine, an expatriate nightclub owner hiding from a suspicious past and negotiating a fine line among Nazis , the French underground , the Vichy prefect and unresolved feelings for his ex-girlfriend.
Bosley Crowther wrote in his November New York Times review that Bogart's character was used "to inject a cold point of tough resistance to evil forces afoot in Europe today".
Bogart and Bergman's on-screen relationship was based on professionalism rather than actual rapport, although Mayo Methot assumed otherwise.
Off the set, the co-stars hardly spoke. Bergman who had a reputation for affairs with her leading men  later said about Bogart, "I kissed him but I never knew him.
Bogart is reported to have been responsible for the notion that Rick Blaine should be portrayed as a chess player, a metaphor for the relationships he maintained with friends, enemies, and allies.
He played tournament-level chess one division below master in real life, often enjoying games with crew members and cast but finding his better in Paul Henreid.
The film vaulted Bogart from fourth place to first in the studio's roster, however, finally overtaking James Cagney. It has several similarities to Casablanca : the same enemies, the same kind of hero, and a piano player played by Hoagy Carmichael.
Bogart was attracted by Bacall's high cheekbones, green eyes, tawny blond hair, lean body, maturity, poise and earthy, outspoken honesty;  he reportedly said, "I just saw your test.
We'll have a lot of fun together". Their emotional bond was strong from the start, their age and acting-experience differences encouraging a mentor-student dynamic.
In contrast to the Hollywood norm, their affair was Bogart's first with a leading lady. However, Hawks began to disapprove of the relationship.
Not usually drawn to his starlets, the married director also fell for Bacall; he told her that she meant nothing to Bogart and threatened to send her to the poverty-row Monogram Pictures.
Bogart calmed her down, and then went after Hawks; Jack Warner settled the dispute, and filming resumed. Chandler admired the actor's performance: "Bogart can be tough without a gun.
Also, he has a sense of humor that contains that grating undertone of contempt. At director Howard Hawks' urging, production partner Charles K.
Feldman agreed to a rewrite of Bacall's scenes to heighten the "insolent" quality which had intrigued critics such as James Agee and audiences of the earlier film, and a memo was sent to studio head Jack Warner.
The dialogue, especially in the added scenes supplied by Hawks, was full of sexual innuendo , and Bogart is convincing as private detective Philip Marlowe.
The film was successful, although some critics found its plot confusing and overly complicated. Bogart filed for divorce from Methot in February Bogart's drinking was sometimes problematic.
He found the sea a sanctuary  and spent about thirty weekends a year on the water, with a particular fondness for sailing around Catalina Island : "An actor needs something to stabilize his personality, something to nail down what he really is, not what he is currently pretending to be.
The suspenseful Dark Passage was Bogart and Bacall's next collaboration. Homepage — english. View Our portfolio. Key Figures. Ongoing Projects.