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Humphrey Bogart

Humphrey BogartAKA Humphrey DeForest Bogart

Born: 25-Dec-1899 [1]
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 14-Jan-1957
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Throat
Remains: Cremated, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Casablanca

[1] A concocted story that Bogart was born not on Christmas Day, but instead either the 23rd of December (or January), and that a film studio changed the day of his birth for publicity reasons, has been circulating for decades. His birth announcement in a 10 January 1900 issue of the Ontario County Times completely eliminates the possibility of the latter date, as well as any possibility of studio tampering: "Born: at New York, Dec. 25, 1899, to Dr. and Mrs. Belmont DeForest Bogart, a son."

Father: Belmont DeForest Bogart (surgeon)
Mother: Maud Humphrey Bogart (illustrator)
Wife: Helen Menken (m. 20-May-1926, div. 1927)
Wife: Mary Philips (m. Apr-1928, div. 1938)
Wife: Mayo Methot (m. 21-Aug-1938, div. 10-May-1945)
Lauren Bacall (m. 21-May-1945, until his death, one son, one daughter)
Son: Stephen Humphrey Bogart

    High School: Phillips Academy Andover

    Hollywood Anti-Fascist League
    Oscar for Best Actor 1952 for The African Queen
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6322 Hollywood Blvd.
    HUAC Hearings
    Risk Factors: Smoking

    The Harder They Fall (Apr-1956) · Eddie Willis
    The Desperate Hours (5-Oct-1955)
    The Left Hand of God (21-Sep-1955) · Jim Carmody
    We're No Angels (7-Jul-1955) · Joseph
    The Barefoot Contessa (29-Sep-1954) · Harry Dawes
    Sabrina (22-Sep-1954) · Linus Larrabee
    The Caine Mutiny (24-Jun-1954) · Capt. Queeg
    Beat the Devil (24-Nov-1953) · Billy Dannreuther
    Battle Circus (6-Mar-1953) · Maj. Jed Webbe
    Deadline USA (14-Mar-1952) · Ed Hutcheson
    The African Queen (23-Dec-1951) · Charlie Allnut
    Sirocco (1-Jun-1951)
    The Enforcer (25-Jan-1951)
    In a Lonely Place (17-May-1950) · Dixon Steele
    Chain Lightning (18-Feb-1950) · Matt Brennan
    Tokyo Joe (26-Oct-1949) · Joseph Barrett
    Knock on Any Door (21-Feb-1949) · Andrew Morton
    Key Largo (16-Jul-1948) · Frank McCloud
    The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (6-Jan-1948) · Dobbs
    Dark Passage (5-Sep-1947) · Vincent Parry
    The Two Mrs. Carrolls (4-Mar-1947) · Geoffrey Carroll
    Dead Reckoning (2-Jan-1947) · Rip Murdock
    The Big Sleep (23-Aug-1946) · Philip Marlowe
    Conflict (15-Jun-1945) · Richard Mason
    To Have and Have Not (11-Oct-1944) · Harry Morgan
    Passage to Marseille (17-Feb-1944) · Matrac
    Sahara (14-Oct-1943) · Sgt. Joe Gunn
    Thank Your Lucky Stars (1-Oct-1943) · Himself
    Action in the North Atlantic (12-Jun-1943) · Lt. Joe Rossi
    Casablanca (26-Nov-1942) · Rick Blaine
    Across the Pacific (4-Sep-1942)
    The Big Shot (13-Jun-1942)
    All Through the Night (10-Jan-1942) · Gloves Donahue
    The Maltese Falcon (3-Oct-1941) · Sam Spade
    The Wagons Roll at Night (25-Apr-1941) · Nick Coster
    High Sierra (21-Jan-1941) · Roy Earle
    They Drive by Night (27-Jul-1940) · Paul Fabrini
    Brother Orchid (7-Jun-1940)
    It All Came True (6-Apr-1940) · Grasselli
    Virginia City (16-Mar-1940) · John Murrell
    Invisible Stripes (30-Dec-1939) · Chuck Martin
    The Return of Doctor X (23-Nov-1939)
    The Roaring Twenties (23-Oct-1939) · George Hally
    Dark Victory (20-Apr-1939) · Michael O'Leary
    You Can't Get Away with Murder (24-Mar-1939) · Frank Wilson
    The Oklahoma Kid (3-Mar-1939) · Whip McCord
    King of the Underworld (7-Jan-1939) · Joe Gurney
    Angels with Dirty Faces (24-Nov-1938)
    The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (20-Jul-1938) · Rocks Valentine
    Racket Busters (16-Jul-1938) · Martin
    Men Are Such Fools (15-Jun-1938) · Harry Galleon
    Crime School (28-May-1938) · Mark Braden
    Swing Your Lady (8-Jan-1938)
    Stand-In (29-Oct-1937) · Quintain
    Dead End (24-Aug-1937) · Baby Face Martin
    San Quentin (3-Aug-1937)
    Kid Galahad (26-May-1937) · Turkey Morgan
    Marked Woman (10-Apr-1937) · David Graham
    The Great O'Malley (13-Feb-1937) · John Phillips
    Black Legion (30-Jan-1937) · Frank Taylor
    Isle of Fury (10-Oct-1936) · Val Stevens
    China Clipper (11-Aug-1936) · Hap Stuart
    Two Against the World (11-Jul-1936) · Sherry Scott
    Bullets or Ballots (6-Jun-1936) · Bugs Fenner
    The Petrified Forest (6-Feb-1936) · Duke Mantee
    Midnight (7-Mar-1934)
    Three on a Match (28-Oct-1932) · Harve
    Love Affair (17-Mar-1932)
    The Bad Sister (29-Mar-1931) · Valentine Corliss
    Body and Soul (22-Feb-1931)
    Up the River (10-Oct-1930)

Is the subject of books:
Bogart: In Search of My Father, 1996, BY: Stephen Humphrey Bogart

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