The Big Sleep

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Humphrey Bogart and Martha Vickers in an original publicity still for The Big Sleep (1946).  It was her big break but she failed to capitalize on it.

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The Big Sleep


Humphrey Bogart doing some detective work with Dorothy Malone in The Big Sleep (1946)

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re-release publicity still of Bogart and Bacall in The Big Sleep (1946)

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Bogart and Bacall in The Big Sleep (1946)

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Bogart and Bacall and a passed out Martha Vickers in The Big Sleep (1946)

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Bogart and Bacall in an original publicity still for The Big Sleep (1946)

To Have and Have Not

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Bogart and Bacall in a publicity still for To Have and Have Not (1944), the first of two films Lauren and Humphrey made with Howard Hawks.

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Bogart and Bacall in a publicity still for The Big Sleep (1946)

To Have and Have Not

Walter Brennan is Humphrey Bogart’s sidekick in To Have and Have Not (1944), Walt’s fourth film of six with Howard Hawks.

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Humphrey Bogart and Walter Brennan in a publicity still for To Have and Have Not (1944).  It’s the film where Walt asks everyone he meets “Was you ever bit by a dead bee?”

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Humphrey Bogart in a still from The Big Sleep (1946)

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Humphrey Bogart in a publicity still for To Have and Have Not (1944)

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Walter Brennan as Eddie, sidekick to Humphrey Bogart in To Have and Have Not (1944).  He was also there for Edward Arnold in Come and Get It, and John Wayne in Red River and Rio Bravo in four of his six films with Howard Hawks.  He wasn’t anybody’s sidekick in Barbary Coast, and in Sergeant York he was Pastor Pyle, a slightly different relationship with Gary Cooper.

To Have and Have Not

Marcel Dalio’s got a hold of Humphrey Bogart as Lauren Bacall looks for Humphrey’s next move in To Have and Have Not (1944).

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Lauren Bacall responds to Walter Brennan’s verbal test as Humphrey Bogart watches in To Have and Have Not (1944).