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'''Humphrey Bogart''' was an actor. He was a [[20th century]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The King of Terror (novel)|The King of Terror]]'') [[American]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Shining Man (novel)|The Shining Man]]'') who was famous for his [[film noir]] roles. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Of the City of the Saved... (novel)|Of the City of the Saved...]]'') Bogart often played private detectives ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Loving the Alien (novel)|Loving the Alien]]'') who were prone to acting rashly without thinking through the consequences. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Just War (novel)|Just War]]'')
 
'''Humphrey Bogart''' was an actor. He was a [[20th century]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The King of Terror (novel)|The King of Terror]]'') [[American]] ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Shining Man (novel)|The Shining Man]]'') who was famous for his [[film noir]] roles. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Of the City of the Saved... (novel)|Of the City of the Saved...]]'') Bogart often played private detectives ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Loving the Alien (novel)|Loving the Alien]]'') who were prone to acting rashly without thinking through the consequences. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Just War (novel)|Just War]]'')
   
== Famous phrases ==
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== Famous phrases ==
Bogart's movies were so popular that many of his phrases gained a life of their own and were repeated or paraphrased at opportune occasions by
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Bogart's movies were so popular that many of his phrases gained a life of their own and were repeated or paraphrased at opportune occasions by
* the [[Third Doctor]]: "Here's lookin' at chairs, kid"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Legacy (novel)|Legacy]]'')
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* the [[Third Doctor]]: "Here's lookin' at chairs, kid"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Legacy (novel)|Legacy]]'')
 
* [[Sam Jones]]: "this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship!"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Eight Doctors (novel)|The Eight Doctors]]'')
 
* [[Sam Jones]]: "this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship!"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Eight Doctors (novel)|The Eight Doctors]]'')
 
* [[Fitz Kreiner]]: "Bourbon for me, and the same again for my scaly friend"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Tomorrow Windows (novel)|The Tomorrow Windows]]'')
 
* [[Fitz Kreiner]]: "Bourbon for me, and the same again for my scaly friend"; ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Tomorrow Windows (novel)|The Tomorrow Windows]]'')
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Humphrey Bogart was an actor. He was a 20th century (PROSE: The King of Terror) American (PROSE: The Shining Man) who was famous for his film noir roles. (PROSE: Of the City of the Saved...) Bogart often played private detectives (PROSE: Loving the Alien) who were prone to acting rashly without thinking through the consequences. (PROSE: Just War)

Famous phrases

Bogart's movies were so popular that many of his phrases gained a life of their own and were repeated or paraphrased at opportune occasions by

Legacy

Geoff Paynter considered Bogart films to be one of the greatest achievements of humanity. (PROSE: The King of Terror)

Ace once tried to end a phone call by claiming that Mr Bogart was not there. (PROSE: Illegal Alien)

Chandlerville film noir theme park used remakes of Humphrey Bogart. (PROSE: Of the City of the Saved...)

Behind the scenes

  • SS Humphrey Bogart is clearly named after Humphrey Bogart.
  • The phrases "Play it again, Sam," "Here's lookin' at you, kid," and "This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship" are all from the movie Casablanca.
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