Can you fill in these Humphrey Bogart blanks?

Unlike golf, you actually want a Bogie in this quiz.

 

In 1999, the American Film Institute chose Humphrey Bogart as the greatest leading man in classic cinema. And, really, who are we to disagree with the AFI? 

He was the man! Humphrey Bogart laid the foundation for what a lead actor should be. He became the model for detectives in every movie that came afterward. 

How well do you know Bogart? We're going to play "fill in the blanks" with some of his movies. We'll start them off easy, and then the questions will get trickier as we go. Let's see how well you do! Be sure to share your score and your thoughts in the comments section below. Good luck!

  1. The ________ Falcon
  2. To Have and ____________
  3. In a ________ Place
  4. The ___________ Contessa
  5. ________ Galahad
  6. All Through the _________
  7. Action in the North _________
  8. The Big ________
  9. Key ________
  10. The _______ Mutiny

Can you fill in these Humphrey Bogart blanks?

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54 Comments

trogg888 8 months ago
I still watch Maltese falcon whenever they play it on TV.one of the best movies of all time
trogg888 8 months ago
Big bogie fan watching the late show with my mom and sister.they used to play a lot of his movies after the news went off.carson was about the only talk show that was on,it was mostly movies.tarzan was big too.
grandpa5741 8 months ago
7 of 10, not bad baby so whistle, you know how to whistle? 😎
Ready2go 8 months ago
9/10. He did many great movies, "In a Lonely Place " is a personal favorite.
CoreyC 8 months ago
Although it was a James Cagney film I wonder why Angels With Dirty Faces is no longer being aired? Bogart played Cagney's crooked lawyer.
JayBurd 8 months ago
I love Bogart.

You got 10 out of 10
Here's lookin' at you, kid!
graceful1970 8 months ago
You got 9 out of 10
Here's lookin' at you, kid!
Humphrey Bogart is one of my favorite actors.
BorisK 8 months ago
10/10 You're good, you're real good.
Runeshaper 8 months ago
6/10 Didn't see all of these films, but Humphrey Bogart was AWESOME!
FestusFan2312 8 months ago
10/10. Nothing better than an evening at Rick’s with Sam on piano.
Maverick66 8 months ago
10/10. Was waiting on one about "The African Queen." I saw it as a kid and have always liked that movie, although it did make me leery of leaches.
MikefromJersey Maverick66 8 months ago
It's a good thing you didn't live in the 1700's when doctors regularly used leeches on
patients to cure them of all sorts of things. Today they are used on burn victims.
Thanks to Cliff Clavin for this info which he cited from The Big Book of Leeches.
Bapa1 MikefromJersey 8 months ago
Leeches are better than Velcro.
grandpa5741 8 months ago
9 of 10, here’s looking at you kid. 😎
MikefromJersey 8 months ago
"You got 10 out of 10. Here's lookin' at you, kid!"

Now I want to watch a Bogie movie. Action in the North Atlantic is a fun action flick
with most of the cast from The Maltese Falcon, just right to watch on a Saturday
night.
Can't go wrong with a good Bogie movie. You might also want to check out Sahara sometime.
I'm already onboard with you about Sahara, a curiously overlooked gem. Ask a person
who has an interest in WW 2 films if they have seen it and the usual response is no.
My father was a tanker in WW2 and got a kick out of seeing the old Lee Grant tank
in the movie, which was used before the mass produced Sherman replaced it.
Though it lacked a turret the Germans were wary of it's main gun and it was
mechanically sound, so the British 8th Army -the "Desert Rats" - appreciated
it.
BorisK MikefromJersey 8 months ago
'Knock On Any Door' is a good one ... with a very young (and angry) John Derek and Bogart as his lawyer. I had to do a speech in high school in the 70s, reel-to-reel taped Bogart's closing statement, did it and got an A. Thanks, Bogie.
MikefromJersey BorisK 8 months ago
Boris,
I have to check that out along with The Barefoot Contessa, the only 2 major Bogie flicks
I have missed. I got a kick out of your taping, my buddy Arty and me did the same thing
with Abbott & Costello routines like Who's On First, we had that down pat, using the
angle that Bud said kept it fresh by never doing it the same way twice.
Which is, you try to slip the other guy up by changing the question/response,
especially on Lou's part, if you watch/listen to them doing it on various mediums
Lou will even throw in remarks that didn't make sense, but it doesn't matter.
The all time best rendition was in "The Naughty Nineties", bar none, because the director
made them do take after take, the boys throwing in everything but the kitchen sink,
then he edited the best bits together, A & C were astounded how good it was.
The director had ordered the film crew not to react to the routine while filming but
gave up, even after repeatedly watching the bit they were laughing out loud, you can
hear them if you watch the film.
Anyway, glad to hear we weren't the only ones taping great orations or comedy bits
off TV.
Snickers MikefromJersey 8 months ago
Wow! You really had nerves of steel to be a tanker back in WW2. Was your father in a Sherman or a Grant? Either way it had to be hell going up against a Panther or Tiger tank. My uncle was a tail gunner on B17's, never knew it until I started reading some of the old letters he sent my mom.
MikefromJersey Snickers 8 months ago
Those guys in the B-17s in the ETO were, statistically speaking, doomed to be shot down,
captured, wounded or killed before finishing out the required number of missions to go
home. The reason service vets don't talk about it is, well, think about it this way.
What if you were in a car crash and your son was killed, your spouse's head winds up
in your lap, you lose your fave body part, and years later someone asks you to tell
all about your car crash. It's just too painful, and private, and you would not
feel good about reducing the story/pain of your wife being decapitated into a
anecdote for other people, or rather outsiders. I don't mean to be in bad taste here,
and my explanation isn't the best but you get the idea.
Snickers MikefromJersey 8 months ago
I guess like Vets in any war it's hard to explain to someone who has never been in combat what it was like.
Dajj 8 months ago
9/10 I cant beleive I missed #8!! I loved his movies!!
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