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  • It's the afterlife that matters, and the best part of Mr. Kanfer's account is his analysis of Bogart's role as what cultural historians call a "modal personality" of his time — and what a long time it has been.

    Cool Is as Cool Was

  • In French cinema, Jean-Paul Belmondo and Yves Montand would learn from Bogart's attitude and posture — the knowing cool, a casual rejection of the phonies that drove J.D.

    Cool Is as Cool Was

  • We'll see if that's true, because the whole thing is sounding a lot like Bogart's line in The Maltese Falcon after he lists all the reasons he's turning in Brigit O'Shaugnessy: Maybe some of them aren't important--I won't argue that.

    Andrew Reinbach: The Case Against Clarence Thomas

  • Rick Blain Bogart's character in Casablanca is referenced countless times, but Winnick was much too old to pull off anything close to that.

    Tony Bartolone: Play It Again and Again, Sam

  • Joel McCrea and Virginia Mayo contribute taut performances as the doomed outlaw and the girl he discovers he loves too late, while their robust good looks seem as tragic as Mr. Bogart's and Ida Lupino's drawn faces in "High Sierra."

    Filmmakers Who Try, Try Again

  • Despite their tragic love, the passion between Ilsa, played by Ingrid Bergman, and Bogart's Rick keeps burning.

    Valentine's Day Recalls Best Romance Films

  • He was an actor, who legendarily turned down Bogart's part in the movie Casablanca.

    Will Durst: 100 Years of Reagan

  • He was an actor, who legendarily turned down Bogart's part in the movie Casablanca.

    Will Durst: 100 Years of Reagan

  • Despite their tragic love, the passion between Ilsa, played by Ingrid Bergman, and Bogart's Rick keeps burning.

    Valentine's Day Recalls Best Romance Films

  • Her most indelible performance remains the conflicted Ilsa in "Casablanca" 1942—playing the woman Humphrey Bogart's Rick can't forget, no matter how hard he tries.

    Ingrid Bergman In Her Native Tongue

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