AHOY THERE: Did Humphrey Bogart
take a wrong turn and end up in the River Colne?
At the height of the Great Depression, Hollywood offered America a bumper crop of frothy Busby Berkeley musicals, but Tinseltown also produced a raft of gangster films starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart
, and Edward G.
For example, on setting realistic targets, Templar quotes Apple CEO Steve Jobs: "Let's make a dent in the universe"; and on knowing what you are supposed to be doing, Humphrey Bogart
in Casablanca: "You'll excuse me, gentlemen.
Oh, and from Cher, Humphrey Bogart
and Lauren Bacall to ex US President Mr Ronald Reagan.
IT WAS on this day in 1942 that the makers of Casablanca took out a $100,000 insurance policy in case Humphrey Bogart
died before he finished making the film.
Guests who stay in the mansion can enjoy the elegant high ceilings, grand fireplaces and deep Japanese soaking tub, while those who stay in the gatehouse can experience the same cozy intimacy that Humphrey Bogart
and Lauren Bacall chose for their honeymoon.
Marner, who was born in St Petersburg, also had film credits to his name, appearing alongside Humphrey Bogart
and Katharine Hepburn in the 1951 classic The African Queen.
Starting as a speakeasy in the 1920's, it became a very popular eating establishment frequented by Humphrey Bogart
, Cary Grant, and Marilyn Monroe.
The graphics will be more elaborate here with a likeness of Humphrey Bogart
in trench coal and hat.
A bevy of exciting new collections gave everyone something to talk about, along with the personalities that appeared in little old High Point to sell their furniture: Lauren Bacall for Humphrey Bogart
, Oscar de la Renta, Martha Stewart and Jaclyn Smith, to name a few.
Casablanca, starring Humphrey Bogart
as saloon keeper Rick Blaine and Ingrid Bergman as lost love Ilsa Lund, came in at number one in the American Film Institute's top 100 love stories.
BILL Sure seems easy in Humphrey Bogart