Bogart and Bacall
Co-stars who later became husband and wife, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall are one of the most famous couples in screen history. Bogart and Bacall made four movies together—all well-regarded film noirs that we show in February from 35mm in Morley Lecture Hall. Admission to each is $11; CMA members, seniors 65 & over, students $8.
The wary owner of a charter boat in wartime Martinique agrees to smuggle a French Resistance fighter onto the island. William Faulkner co-wrote this famous adaptation of Hemingway’s “worst” book, which has been called Howard Hawks’ Casablanca.
Bogart plays Philip Marlowe in this celebrated (if baffling) mystery-thriller in which Raymond Chandler’s iconic private eye becomes enmeshed with two sisters from a fabulously wealthy family.
A man wrongly accused of murdering his wife hides in a woman’s apartment and eventually resorts to plastic surgery to evade capture. This “brilliantly atmospheric” (Time Out Film Guide) thriller also boasts an effective use of the subjective camera.
A war-weary World War II veteran is forced to confront a gangster who has taken over the Florida hotel run by the family of his deceased army buddy.