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List of Humphrey Bogart Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Casablanca (1942)
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28
Casablanca
TV-PG
176
28

The multiple ‘Academy Award’ winning classic set during World War II depicts the story of American expatriate Rick Blaine who owns a night club in Casablanca, Morocco. It serves as a safe haven for refugees. Things get complicated when he tries to help his former lover Ilsa Lund and her husband, Victor Laszlo, a Czech resistance leader escape the Germans.  

Role:
Rick Blaine
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Peter Lorre, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt
Directed By:
2. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
49
10
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
TV-PG
49
10

Fred C. Dobbs and Bob Curtin, two American drifters seeking work in Mexico, are convinced by impoverished old prospector, Howard, to go to mine gold in the Sierra Madre Mountains. While they are successful in their mission, defeating bandits and overcoming harsh natural conditions, they are threatened by their growing fear, suspicion and jealousy of each other.

Role:
Dobbs
Starring:
John Huston, Walter Huston, Bruce Bennett, Tim Holt
Directed By:
3. The Maltese Falcon (1941)
59
14
The Maltese Falcon
TV-PG
59
14

Soon after San Francisco detective Sam Spade takes a case from beautiful Ruth Wonderly, his partner and another man are found dead, and he is implicated in at least one murder. While investigating the murders, he finds out that she faked her identity, and encounters three dangerous criminals who are looking for a valuable Maltese Falcon statuette.

Role:
Samuel Spade
Starring:
Walter Huston, Peter Lorre, Mary Astor, Barton MacLane, Gladys George
Directed By:
4. The Big Sleep (1946)
39
9
The Big Sleep
39
9

When wealthy General Sternwood’s younger daughter, Carmen, faces blackmail threats over gambling debts, private investigator, Philip Marlowe, is appointed to resolve the case. Marlowe comes across murder, crime syndicate, gambling, blackmail and more offenses as he digs deeper into the case. Despite being warned to stop investigations, he decides to set up a trap to get to the bottom of this mystery.  

Role:
Philip Marlowe
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Dorothy Malone, John Ridgely, Martha Vickers
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
5. In a Lonely Place (1950)
22
7
In a Lonely Place
22
7

Screenwriter Dixon is not having much success in his career. He soon finds himself suspected of murder, but his beautiful neighbor, who is an aspiring actress, helps him clear his name. But soon she starts having doubts herself, and feels that there is a chance that Dixon actually may be a killer.

Role:
Dixon Steele
Starring:
James Arness, Carl Benton Reid, Art Smith, Frank Lovejoy, Gloria Grahame
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
6. Angels with Dirty Faces (1938)
17
9
Angels with Dirty Faces
17
9

Angels with Dirty Faces is a crime drama film which revolves around two young boys who were pickpockets, but gets separated when one of them gets arrested. Later one of them becomes a gangster while the other becomes a priest.

Role:
James Frazier
Starring:
James Cagney, Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien, George Bancroft
Directed By:
7. The Roaring Twenties (1939)
16
5
The Roaring Twenties
16
5

The Roaring Twenties is a crime drama thriller film which tells the story of three friends Eddie Bartlett, George Hally and Lloyd Hart, who meet during the final days of the First World War. After returning home, they each attempt to make a living in their own ways.

Role:
George Hally
Starring:
James Cagney, Jeffrey Lynn, Priscilla Lane, Gladys George
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
8. To Have and Have Not (1944)
28
6
To Have and Have Not
28
6

To Have and Have Not is an adventure romance film which tells the story of Harry Morgan, who is the owner-operator of a charter boat, during the Second World War.  Things get interesting when he falls in love with a pickpocket, who wants to go to America, and he decides to help her.

Role:
Harry Morgan
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Lauren Bacall, Dolores Moran, Hoagy Carmichael
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
9. The African Queen (1951)
38
9
The African Queen
PG
38
9

Rose and her brother are missionaries serving in German East Africa. Although they are warned by steamer captain, rough and ready Charlie that the WWI has broken up, they refuse to leave. But after her brother’s death, Rose accepts Charlie’s offer of safe passage; but while planning their escape Rose persuades Charlie to use the steamer to destroy a German gunboat.  

Role:
Charlie Allnutt
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Robert Morley, Theodore Bikel, Peter Bull
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
10. Key Largo (1948)
29
5
Key Largo
29
5

Key Largo is an action crime drama film which tells the story of Army veteran, Frank McCloud, who arrives at the Hotel Largo in Key Largo, Florida, in order to visit his deceased war comrade’s family, who owns the hotel. He sees that a gangster has been running things, but soon, a hurricane approaches as well. 

Role:
Frank McCloud
Directed By:
11. The Caine Mutiny (1954)
23
5
The Caine Mutiny
TV-PG
23
5

During WWII, veteran Cmdr. Queeg takes charge of the destroyer-minesweeper USS Caine, but soon the crew feels unsure about his leadership. When Queeg is unable to command the ship during a typhoon, his first officer relieves him of duty and takes charge, for which he later faces court-martial for mutiny. The authorities have to decide whether it was mutiny or safeguarding the ship.

Role:
Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg
Starring:
Lee Marvin, Fred MacMurray, Claude Akins, José Ferrer, Van Johnson
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
12. Sabrina (1954)
30
11
Sabrina
30
11

Sabrina, the young daughter of the family’s chauffeur, is in love with the master’s playboy son, David. David on his part continues to consider her a child until she returns home after a two year stint in Paris. By then, he is engaged to be married and the wedding is important for the family business. Then there is also Linus, David’s older brother. 

Role:
Linus Larrabee
Starring:
Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Marion Ross, Benny Hill, Walter Hampden, John Williams
Directed By:
13. Dark Passage (1947)
22
4
Dark Passage
22
4

Vincent Perry has just escaped from prison after being jailed for the murder of his wife- a crime he didn’t commit. He decides to undergo plastic surgery to change his look. He soon meets a young woman who lets him stay in her apartment while he heals and continues to try and get his name cleared.

Role:
Vincent Parry
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Lauren Bacall, Bruce Bennett, Tom D'Andrea
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
14. High Sierra (1941)
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6
High Sierra
17
6

High Sierra is an adventure crime drama thriller film which tells the story of a criminal who is planning a heist at a resort hotel, after his release from prison. He meets up with three people to assist him in the heist, which includes a clerk working in the same hotel, and two other people Red, and Babe.

Role:
Roy Earle
Starring:
Ida Lupino, Alan Curtis, Arthur Kennedy, Joan Leslie
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
15. The Petrified Forest (1936)
16
9
The Petrified Forest
16
9

During the Great Depression, Alan Squier, a failed British writer, who is now a penniless drifter, arrives in a roadside diner in a remote town named Black Mesa, Arizona. The diner is run by Jason Maple, along with his father and his daughter. Things get ugly when Duke Mantee, a notorious gangster running from law enforcement, drives to the diner and takes everyone hostage.

Role:
Duke Mantee
Starring:
Bette Davis, Leslie Howard, Genevieve Tobin, Dick Foran
Directed By:
Archie Mayo
16. Dark Victory (1939)
15
3
Dark Victory
15
3

Judith is a socialite who lives a lavish life, and likes riding horses. Her life turns upside down when she is told that she is suffering from an inoperable brain tumor. She decides to undergo surgery to have the tumor removed, but soon she realizes that she may be in love with her doctor.

Role:
Michael O'Leary
Starring:
Bette Davis, George Brent, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Ronald Reagan
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
17. The Desperate Hours (1955)
13
7
The Desperate Hours
13
7

The Desperate Hours is a crime drama thriller film which revolves around three escaped convicts, who target a house in a suburban neighborhood, where they plan to hide until midnight, after being delivered money by an accomplice. They take a family hostage, but things get ugly, when the delivery does not take place, and their stay extends.

Role:
Glenn Griffin
Starring:
Fredric March, Martha Scott, Dewey Martin, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
18. Sahara (1943)
20
3
Sahara
20
3

In the middle of the Second World War, during the Allied retreat in the Libyan desert, an American tank picks up a group of survivors. However, problems arise because the Germans are advancing, and there is a scarcity of water.

Role:
Sgt. Joe Gunn
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, J. Carrol Naish, Bruce Bennett, Rex Ingram
Directed By:
Zoltan Korda
19. The Harder They Fall (1956)
14
5
The Harder They Fall
14
5

Eddie Willis has been a well-known sports journalist in New York City for seventeen years, but he suddenly finds himself out of a job when the newspaper closes. However, he is soon approached by a fight promoter named Nick Benko, who wants him to act as a PR man for his new fighter Toro Moreno. Although Eddie is not really interested, especially because he knows what kind of a fighter Toro is, he eventually agrees due to his financial situation and their huge salary. However, he begins to doubt what he is doing when a fighter is killed in the ring.

Role:
Eddie Willis
Starring:
Rod Steiger, Jan Sterling, Mike Lane, Max Baer
Directed By:
Mark Robson
20. We're No Angels (1955)
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6
We're No Angels
15
6

Three convicts named Joseph, Albert and Jules, manage to escape prison from Devil’s Island in French Guiana, just before Christmas and they arrive at the nearby French colonial town named Cayenne. They soon befriend a poor store owner and help him in running his store.

Role:
Joseph
Starring:
Joan Bennett, Peter Ustinov, Basil Rathbone, Aldo Ray
Directed By:
21. They Drive by Night (1940)
14
3
They Drive by Night
14
3
Role:
Paul Fabrini
Starring:
Ida Lupino, Ann Sheridan, George Raft, Gale Page
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
22. Dead End (1937)
11
5
Dead End
11
5

Martin, a mobster returns home to the New York neighborhood, where he had grown up. However, his mother rejects him because of his gangster lifestyle. He soon finds out that his old girlfriend Francey is now working as a prostitute. He also meets his childhood friend who is struggling to become an architect.

Role:
'Baby Face' Martin
Starring:
Claire Trevor, Joel McCrea, Sylvia Sidney, Wendy Barrie
Directed By:
23. The Enforcer (1951)
14
6
The Enforcer
14
6
Role:
Dist. Atty. Martin Ferguson
Starring:
Zero Mostel, Everett Sloane, Ted de Corsia, Roy Roberts
Directed By:
Bretaigne Windust, Raoul Walsh
24. Kid Galahad (1937)
10
4
Kid Galahad
10
4

Ward Guisenberry never aspired to become a boxer, but when he fought Sam McGraw at a party in order to defend the honor of Fluff, he left McGraw unconscious. McGraw is a member of the gang of Turkey Morgan who insists that the two should fight in a fair match at the ring. Ward unanticipatedly wins the match. However, with the growing fame he earns some new rivals.

Role:
Turkey Morgan
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, Wayne Morris, Jane Bryan
Directed By:
25. Deadline - U.S.A. (1952)
11
4
Deadline - U.S.A.
11
4
Role:
Ed Hutcheson
Starring:
Ethel Barrymore, James Dean, Ed Begley, Kim Hunter, Warren Stevens
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
26. Dead Reckoning (1947)
13
4
Dead Reckoning
13
4
Role:
Capt. 'Rip' Murdock
Starring:
William Prince, Lizabeth Scott, Morris Carnovsky, Charles Cane
Directed By:
John Cromwell
27. The Dancing Town (1928)
7
4
The Dancing Town
7
4
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Elizabeth Patterson, Clarence Nordstrom, Ada May
Directed By:
Edmund Lawrence
28. All Through the Night (1942)
13
4
All Through the Night
13
4
Role:
'Gloves' Donahue
Starring:
Jackie Gleason, Peter Lorre, Frank McHugh, Conrad Veidt, Kaaren Verne
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
29. Marked Woman (1937)
9
4
Marked Woman
9
4
Role:
David Graham
Starring:
Bette Davis, Lola Lane, Isabel Jewell, Rosalind Marquis
Directed By:
30. Three on a Match (1932)
10
3
Three on a Match
10
3

Mary, Vivian and Ruth, three young women who were former schoolmates, run into each other after many years. They decide to meet for lunch, hoping to revive their friendship. Vivian is now married to a wealthy and successful lawyer named Robert Kirkwood, but she seems to be quite unhappy with her life. Meanwhile, Mary, the troublemaker, spent time in a reformatory and became a showgirl. Ruth has been meanwhile working as a stenographer.

Starring:
Bette Davis, Joan Blondell, Warren William, Ann Dvorak, Lyle Talbot
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
31. Conflict (1945)
13
4
Conflict
13
4
Role:
Richard Mason
Starring:
Alexis Smith, Charles Drake, Sydney Greenstreet, Rose Hobart
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt
32. Action in the North Atlantic (1943)
16
3
Action in the North Atlantic
16
3
Role:
Lt. Joe Rossi
Starring:
Alan Hale, Ruth Gordon, Raymond Massey, Julie Bishop
Directed By:
Byron Haskin, Lloyd Bacon, Raoul Walsh
33. Bullets or Ballots (1936)
7
4
Bullets or Ballots
7
4
Role:
'Bugs' Fenner
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Frank McHugh, Joan Blondell, Barton MacLane
Directed By:
William Keighley
34. Brother Orchid (1940)
7
4
Brother Orchid
7
4
Role:
Jack Buck
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Edward G. Robinson, Donald Crisp, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
35. The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938)
8
4
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse
8
4
Role:
'Rocks' Valentine
Starring:
Susan Hayward, Edward G. Robinson, Donald Crisp, Allen Jenkins
Directed By:
Anatole Litvak
36. The Barefoot Contessa (1954)
11
6
The Barefoot Contessa
11
6

Harry is a film director going through hard-times and he is forced to work for an abusive business tycoon named Kirk Edwards, who wants to produce a film just to boost his monumental ego. While working on the film, Harry meets a dancer and takes a liking to her.       

Role:
Harry Dawes
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Edmond O'Brien, Marius Goring, Valentina Cortese
Directed By:
37. A Devil with Women (1930)
6
4
A Devil with Women
6
4
Role:
Tom Standish
Starring:
Victor McLaglen, Mona Maris, Michael Vavitch, Luana Alcañiz
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
38. Black Legion (1937)
9
4
Black Legion
9
4
Role:
Frank Taylor
Starring:
Ann Sheridan, Dick Foran, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Helen Flint
Directed By:
39. Stand-In (1937)
6
4
Stand-In
6
4

During the Great Depression, Fowler, a Wall Street banker is confused regarding whether or not to accept an offer to purchase a film studio named Colossal Pictures.  

Role:
Quintain
Starring:
Leslie Howard, Joan Blondell, Alan Mowbray, Marla Shelton
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
40. Across the Pacific (1942)
9
3
Across the Pacific
9
3
Role:
Rick Leland
Starring:
Mary Astor, Sydney Greenstreet, Charles Halton, Victor Sen Yung
Directed By:
41. Passage to Marseille (1944)
9
3
Passage to Marseille
TV-PG
9
3
Role:
Jean Matrac
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Claude Rains, Sydney Greenstreet, Michèle Morgan, Philip Dorn
Directed By:
42. The Two Mrs. Carrolls (1947)
10
3
The Two Mrs. Carrolls
10
3
Role:
Geoffrey Carroll
Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Alexis Smith, Nigel Bruce, Isobel Elsom
Directed By:
Peter Godfrey
43. Virginia City (1940)
8
4
Virginia City
8
4
Role:
John Murrell
Starring:
George Reeves, Errol Flynn, Miriam Hopkins, Frank McHugh, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
44. Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)
8
4
Thank Your Lucky Stars
8
4
Role:
Humphrey Bogart
Starring:
Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Hattie McDaniel, John Garfield, Dinah Shore, Bette Davis, Alexis Smith
Directed By:
David Butler
45. The Big Shot (1942)
8
4
The Big Shot
8
4

Repeat offender Duke Berne wants to go straight, fearing life in prison. He reluctantly gets involved in a robbery with corrupt lawyer, Martin Fleming after learning Martin’s wife is his ex, Lorna. Although Duke backs out of the robbery, he gets framed for the robbery after it goes wrong and the double-crossing begins.  

Role:
Joseph 'Duke' Berne
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Richard Travis, Stanley Ridges, Irene Manning
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
46. The Great O'Malley (1937)
7
4
The Great O'Malley
7
4
Role:
John Phillips
Starring:
Ann Sheridan, Frieda Inescort, Sybil Jason, Pat O'Brien
Directed By:
William Dieterle
47. Knock on Any Door (1949)
9
4
Knock on Any Door
9
4
Role:
Andrew Morton
Starring:
John Derek, George Macready, Allene Roberts, Candy Toxton
Directed By:
Nicholas Ray
48. Invisible Stripes (1939)
6
4
Invisible Stripes
6
4
Role:
Chuck Martin
Starring:
William Holden, Jane Bryan, George Raft, Flora Robson
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
49. It All Came True (1940)
6
4
It All Came True
6
4
Role:
Grasselli / Chips Maguire
Starring:
Ann Sheridan, Jeffrey Lynn, Una O'Connor, Zasu Pitts
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
50. Body and Soul (1931)
6
4
Body and Soul
6
4
Role:
Jim Watson
Starring:
Charles Farrell, Myrna Loy, Elissa Landi, Don Dillaway
Directed By:
Alfred Santell
51. Crime School (1938)
7
4
Crime School
7
4

Crime School is a crime drama film which tells the story of a teen boy named Frankie Warren, who gets involved with a rowdy gang. After they accidentally kill someone, they are all sent to a reformatory. Frankie attempts to escape but he is caught and tortured by the cruel warden.

Role:
Mark Braden
Starring:
Clayton Moore, Gale Page, Billy Halop, End' Kids The 'Dead, Bobby Jordan
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler, William Clemens
52. San Quentin (1937)
6
4
San Quentin
6
4
Role:
Joe 'Red' Kennedy
Starring:
Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien, Joe Sawyer, Barton MacLane
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
53. King of the Underworld (1939)
7
4
King of the Underworld
7
4

Carol’s husband Niles is killed by a notorious gangster named Gurney, although Niles saved the life of one of his men. When Gurney hires a writer named Bill Forrest to write his biography, Carol is sure that Bill will be killed the same way once he has finished writing. In order to make sure that Bill doesn’t share the same fame, she decides to take matters into her own hands.

Role:
Joe Gurney
Starring:
James Stephenson, John Eldredge, Kay Francis, Jessie Busley
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
54. Beat the Devil (1953)
7
5
Beat the Devil
7
5

A group of rogues are on their way to Africa, hoping that they can get rich there.  They get stranded in Italy, where they meet a seemingly innocent British couple.

Role:
Billy Dannreuther
Starring:
Peter Sellers, Gina Lollobrigida, Peter Lorre, Robert Morley
Directed By:
55. The Left Hand of God (1955)
7
4
The Left Hand of God
7
4
Role:
James 'Jim' Carmody
Starring:
Gene Tierney, Agnes Moorehead, Lee J. Cobb, E.G. Marshall
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
56. The Oklahoma Kid (1939)
7
4
The Oklahoma Kid
7
4
Role:
Whip McCord
Starring:
James Cagney, Donald Crisp, Harvey Stephens, Rosemary Lane
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
57. The Wagons Roll at Night (1941)
6
4
The Wagons Roll at Night
6
4

Nick Coster is the owner of a travelling carnival, but has a low opinion about the performers. When a lion escaped from the carnival is placated by a local grocery clerk Matt Varney, Nick hires him and grooms him as the carnival’s lion-tamer. But when Matt falls in love with Nick’s younger sister Mary, Nick detests it and plans to eliminate Matt. 

Role:
Nick Coster
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Sig Ruman, Joan Leslie, Sylvia Sidney
Directed By:
Ray Enright
58. You Can't Get Away with Murder (1939)
6
4
You Can't Get Away with Murder
6
4
Role:
Frank Wilson
Starring:
Henry Travers, Gale Page, John Litel, Billy Halop
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
59. China Clipper (1936)
7
4
China Clipper
7
4
Role:
Hap Stuart
Starring:
Marie Wilson, Pat O'Brien, Beverly Roberts, Ross Alexander
Directed By:
Ray Enright
60. Tokyo Joe (1949)
7
4
Tokyo Joe
7
4
Role:
Joseph 'Joe' Barrett
Starring:
Sessue Hayakawa, Jerome Courtland, Alexander Knox, Florence Marly
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
61. The Bad Sister (1931)
5
4
The Bad Sister
5
4

Based on the 1913 novel The Flirt, the film is about a young woman Marianne Madison, who falls for a con artist named Valentine Corliss. The latter eventually cons her to elope with him with the promise of marriage. 

Role:
Valentine Corliss
Starring:
Bette Davis, Conrad Nagel, Sidney Fox, Charles Winninger
Directed By:
Hobart Henley
62. Sirocco (1951)
8
4
Sirocco
8
4
Role:
Harry Smith
Starring:
Lee J. Cobb, Everett Sloane, Märta Torén, Gerald Mohr
Directed By:
Curtis Bernhardt
63. Two Against the World (1936)
5
4
Two Against the World
5
4
Role:
Sherry Scott
Starring:
Henry O'Neill, Beverly Roberts, Linda Perry, Carlyle Moore Jr.
Directed By:
William C. McGann
64. Hollywood Victory Caravan (1945)
5
4
Hollywood Victory Caravan
5
4

This musical comedy short film revolves around entertainers Bob Hope and Bing Crosby who help a young woman who wants to reach Washington DC in order to pay a visit to her brother.

Role:
Humphrey Bogart
Starring:
Bob Hope, Alan Ladd, Bing Crosby, Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Benchley, Carmen Cavallaro
Directed By:
William D. Russell
65. Chain Lightning (1950)
5
4
Chain Lightning
5
4

Discharged Lt. Colonel Matt Brennan is asked to fly an experimental high-speed jet JA-3 by designer Carl Troxell. Meanwhile, Troxell dies while testing a safer version of the aircraft named JA-4. Despite a successful flight in the JA-3, Brennan decides to fly the JA-4 and prove that it’s safe. 

Role:
Lt. Col. Matthew "Matt" Brennan
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Richard Whorf, Raymond Massey, James Brown
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
66. Racket Busters (1938)
5
4
Racket Busters
5
4
Role:
Martin
Starring:
Walter Abel, George Brent, Allen Jenkins, Gloria Dickson
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
67. Battle Circus (1953)
6
4
Battle Circus
6
4

A tempestuous romantic relationship develops between young Army nurse. Lieutenant Ruth McCara, and war-veteran strict chief surgeon, Major Jed Webbe, during the Korean War. The horrific realities of war, and their duties, however, not only threaten their lives but their relationship. 

Role:
Maj. Jed Webbe
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, June Allyson, Robert Keith, William Campbell
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
68. Up the River (1930)
6
5
Up the River
6
5

The story focuses on the friendship between three prison convicts, Saint Louis, Dan and Steve. After his release, Steve heads for his hometown, where people are not aware of his criminal past. But in comes Frosby, a dishonest salesman, who blackmails him into taking part in a scheme to defraud the neighbors. When Louis and Dan learn about this, they escape from the prison to foil Frosby’s plan. 

Role:
Steve Jordan
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Warren Hymer, William Collier Sr., Claire Luce
Directed By:
69. Broadway's Like That (1930)
5
4
Broadway's Like That
5
4
Role:
Ruth's Fiance
Starring:
Joan Blondell, Ruth Etting, Mary Philips
Directed By:
Arthur Hurley
70. Love Affair (1932)
5
4
Love Affair
5
4
Role:
Jim Leonard
Starring:
Dorothy Mackaill, Astrid Allwyn, Hale Hamilton, Halliwell Hobbes
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
71. The Return of Doctor X (1939)
6
5
The Return of Doctor X
6
5
Role:
Marshall Quesne
Starring:
Dennis Morgan, Wayne Morris, Rosemary Lane, John Litel
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
72. Midnight (1934)
4
4
Midnight
4
4
Starring:
Sidney Fox, Henry Hull, O.P. Heggie, Margaret Wycherly
Directed By:
Chester Erskine
73. Isle of Fury (1936)
4
4
Isle of Fury
4
4
Role:
Val Stevens
Starring:
Margaret Lindsay, Donald Woods, Paul Graetz, E.E. Clive
Directed By:
Frank McDonald
74. Men Are Such Fools (1938)
4
5
Men Are Such Fools
4
5
Role:
Harry Galleon
Starring:
Wayne Morris, Hugh Herbert, Priscilla Lane, Johnnie Davis
Directed By:
Busby Berkeley
75. A Holy Terror (1931)
4
4
A Holy Terror
4
4
Role:
Steve Nash
Starring:
Sally Eilers, George O'Brien, Rita La Roy, James Kirkwood
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
76. Swing Your Lady (1938)
3
4
Swing Your Lady
3
4
Role:
Ed
Starring:
Frank McHugh, Nat Pendleton, Louise Fazenda, Penny Singleton
Directed By:
Ray Enright
77. Women of All Nations (1931)
3
4
Women of All Nations
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4

Marines and Quirt are two former soldiers who had fought in the First World War as well as the Panama invasion. Their lives take a turn when a woman named Else enters their lives, and they find themselves competing against one another for her affection.

Role:
Stone
Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe, Greta Nissen, El Brendel
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh

Narrator/Dubbing

Never Say Goodbye (1946)
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Never Say Goodbye
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Never Say Goodbye is a romantic comedy film which revolves around a couple who went through a divorce some time ago. However, their seven-year-old little daughter tries to bring them back together. 

Role:
Phil's Bogart Impression (voice) (uncredited)
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Hattie McDaniel, Errol Flynn, Lucile Watson, Donald Woods
Directed By:
James V. Kern

Special Appearance/Cameo

Two Guys from Milwaukee (1946)
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Two Guys from Milwaukee
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While visiting New York, Balkan Prince Henry who wishes to experience ordinary American’s life, escapes from his group, and befriends cabbie Buzz Williams. Both get into a political discussion, unaware that the microphone is live; consequently, Henry’s countrymen vote for republic. No more a Prince, Henry takes job in Milwaukee. His second wish is fulfilled when he meets Lauren Bacall on flight.

Role:
Humphrey Bogart (uncredited)
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Janis Paige, Jack Carson, Dennis Morgan, S.Z. Sakall
Directed By:
David Butler
Big City Blues (1932)
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Big City Blues
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Big City Blues is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Bud Reeves, who leaves his small town in Indiana for New York City, looking for a better life. His life takes a turn when he is introduced to a chorus girl named Vida, and takes a liking to her.

Role:
Shep Adkins (uncredited)
Starring:
Joan Blondell, Guy Kibbee, Grant Mitchell, Eric Linden
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
I Am an American (1944)
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I Am an American
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I am an American is a short historical film which tells the story of a Polish couple who arrives in New York, in the early 1840s, and they eventually settle and prosper in Ohio. However, during the Civil War, the man loses an arm. With every new war, they start lo lose members of their ever-expanding family.

Role:
Self (uncredited)
Starring:
Danny Kaye, Gary Gray, Gordon Hart, Dick Haymes
Directed By:
Crane Wilbur
Swingtime in the Movies (1938)
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Swingtime in the Movies
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Swingtime in the Movies is an Oscar nominated short musical comedy film which tells the story of a waitress who receives an opportunity to work in a movie of film director Nitvitch.

Role:
Humphrey Bogart (uncredited)
Starring:
John Garfield, John Carroll, Jerry Colonna, Fritz Feld, Kathryn Kane
Directed By:
Crane Wilbur
Always Together (1947)
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Always Together
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A millionaire on his deathbed leaves a million dollars to Jane Barker, a film addict, who thinks that life is just like what is shown in the movies. However, things take a turn when the millionaire miraculously gets better, and wants his money back.

Role:
Humphrey Bogart (uncredited)
Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Alexis Smith, Cecil Kellaway, Don McGuire, Robert Hutton
Directed By:
Frederick De Cordova

Humphrey Bogart Awards

Academy Awards
The African Queen Best Actor in a Leading Role 1952