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Humphrey Bogart


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'Life is for the living' Bogart said: yet over 16 years after his death he is as loved and popular as ever.
This film looks at the life, times and personality of Bogart and includes excerpts from many of his most significant films.

Among those taking part are:
Lauren Bacall, who was married to Bogart from 1945 until his death in 1957
John Huston, film director and close friend who directed six films with Bogart
Alistair Cooke, Art Buchwald, Nunnally Johnson, Richard Brooks and Joseph L. Mankiewicz

(Tomorrow at 8.15: 'To Have and Have Not,' the first of a series of Sunday-night films starring Humphrey Bogart)
Remember the Bogie man: pages 9, 11


Interviewee: Lauren Bacall
Interviewee: John Huston
Interviewee: Alistair Cooke
Interviewee: Art Buchwald
Interviewee: Nunnally Johnson
Interviewee: Richard Brooks
Interviewee: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Narrator: Andrew Faulds
Writer/Producer: Michael Houldey

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