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THE BIG SLEEP film still of Humphrey Bogart and Dorothy Malone

THE BIG SLEEP (1946) – AFI Movie Club

Directed by the great Howard Hawks and featuring the second iconic pairing of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall – both named by the American Film Institute among the greatest cinema legends of all time – THE BIG SLEEP (1946) also appeared on AFI’s list of the screen’s greatest heroes, with Bogart’s Philip Marlowe appearing at...
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TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE (1948) – AFI Movie Club

Recognized on the American Film Institute’s lists of the greatest American films 10th anniversary edition, cinema’s greatest thrills and most memorable movie quotes, THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE (1948) was written and directed by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree John Huston and features an iconic performance from Humphrey Bogart, named by AFI as the...
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THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) – AFI Movie Club

Appearing on four of the American Film Institute’s lists of the greatest films of all time – including on both the original and 10th anniversary editions, as well as among cinema’s most memorable love stories and most inspiring narratives – THE AFRICAN QUEEN (1951) was directed by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree John Huston and...
THE MALTESE FALCON film still of Mary Astor

THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) – AFI Movie Club

Earning its place on both the original and the 10th anniversary edition of AFI’s ranking of the greatest American films, THE MALTESE FALCON (1941) stars Humphrey Bogart – named by the American Film Institute as the greatest screen legend of all time – and marked the feature directorial debut of AFI Life Achievement Award honoree...
SABRINA film still of Audrey Hepburn

SABRINA (1954) – AFI Movie Club

Co-written, produced and directed by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree Billy Wilder and named by the American Film Institute among the art form’s greatest love stories, SABRINA (1954) features a romantic triangle between Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn and William Holden – all included among the stars named by AFI as cinema’s great screen legends. Visit...
TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT film still of Lauren Bacall

TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1945) – AFI Movie Club

The film debut of Lauren Bacall, in which she starred opposite the man who would become her husband, Humphrey Bogart – both named by the American Film Institute among the greatest screen legends of all time – TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1945) was named by AFI among the art form’s great love stories, and...
CASABLANCA film still of Dooley Wilson

CASABLANCA (1942) – AFI Movie Club

One of the American Film Institute’s most celebrated films, CASABLANCA (1942) first appeared at #2 on the original list of America’s greatest movies, remaining within the top three for the 10th anniversary edition a decade later. It’s also ranked #1 among cinema’s love stories, and was included among the art form’s greatest triumphs and thrills,...
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THE CAINE MUTINY (1954) – AFI Movie Club

Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Herman Wouk, THE CAINE MUTINY (1954) features an inarguable central performance from Humphrey Bogart – named by the American Film Institute as the greatest male screen legend of all time. Visit the AFI Catalog to learn more about THE CAINE MUTINY. Have Get The Picture delivered to your...
Casablanca Film Still - Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart

CASABLANCA (1942) – AFI Movie Club

One of the American Film Institute’s most celebrated films, CASABLANCA (1942) first appeared at #2 on the original list of America’s greatest movies, remaining within the top three for the 10th anniversary edition a decade later. It’s also ranked #1 among cinema’s love stories and has six quotes named by AFI as the most memorable...
Casablanca Film Still - Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart

AFI Movie Club: CASABLANCA

CASABLANCA is one of AFI’s most celebrated films – first appearing at #2 on the original list of America’s greatest movies. It’s also ranked #1 among cinema’s love stories and has six quotes named among the most iconic of all time. Humphrey Bogart’s character Rick Blaine was ranked #4 on AFI’s list of the greatest…
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