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BogartEstate


The Humphrey Bogart Estate, led by the son of Bogie and Bacall, honors and promotes the legacy of iconic American actor Humphrey Bogart.

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Here’s a great #FlashbackFriday  shot of the one and only Humphrey Bogart. Have a great weekend, classic film fans! #TCMParty 

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While we can’t celebrate #NationalHotDog Day at a ballpark yet, we’re still excited to see @MLB  Opening Day on television tomorrow!

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We have lost a true Classic Hollywood icon. The legendary Olivia de Havilland has died in Paris at age 104. The two-time Oscar winner and Gone With the Wind star successfully fought the studio system in the 1940s. Photo: Olivia and Bogie won the 1953 Picturegoer Awards in London.

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We were saddened to learn that Sonia Darrin, who went toe to toe with Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep, passed away in New York City on July 19. She gave a great interview to the @nypost ’s @LouLumenick  in 2016.

Humphrey Bogart in The Maltese Falcon.

Thanks @DGirlJay ! And, yes, that’s a great memory indeed.

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With deep sorrow, yet with great gratitude for her amazing life, we confirm the passing of Lauren Bacall.

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Humphrey Bogart was a master-level chess player and U.S. Chess Federation tournament director. He played for money on Coney Island, played a grandmaster to a draw + played soldiers by mail until the FBI intervened. It feared the chess moves were secret codes. #NationalChessDay 

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Casablanca was released on this day in 1943. Because of the unforgettable story, the many classic lines, and the incredible performances of the wonderful cast, both the film and its stars have become iconic. Of course we’re biased, but we think it’s the greatest film of all time!

The Maltese Falcon was released on this day in 1941. It was the beginning of Humphrey Bogart’s career as a leading man and of John Huston’s career as a director. And it was the beginning of several life-long friendships. And it will forever be the stuff that dreams are made of.

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Casablanca was released exactly 77 years ago, on January 23, 1943. In our (admittedly biased) opinion, it is the greatest film of all time featuring the best cast ever assembled. Through some combination of skill and luck, an amazing group of diverse artists ...

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