Humphrey Bogart, Best Actor 1951: MovieMonday.com

THE AFRICAN QUEEN

(Action/Adventure - NR)

Humphrey Bogart received his Oscar for playing the gin-loving skipper who shocks the woman missionary (Katharine Hepburn) on their risky trip down an African river during World War One.


ABOUT HUMPHREY BOGART (1899 - 1957)

American leading actor who became one of Hollywood's favorite legends: "BOGIE"!

After his Broadway success in THE PETRIFIED FOREST he traveled to Hollywood to make the film version.

Married to actress (sometimes co-star) Lauren Bacall was his fourth and last wife. Humphrey Bogart's publicized romance with Bacall started with their first film together TO HAVE AND TO HAVE NOT. They also starred together in THE BIG SLEEP and KEY LARGO.

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He received 2 additional nominations for:

CASABLANCA (43)
THE CAINE MUTINY (54)

Humphrey Bogart's other credits include:

A DEVIL WITH WOMEN
UP THE RIVER
A HOLY TERROR
MIDNIGHT
CHINA CLIPPER
BLACK LEGION
MARKED WOMAN
DEAD END
MEN ARE SUCH FOOLS
ANGELS WITH DIRTY FACES
THE ROARING TWENTIES
THE RETURN OF DR. X
HIGH SIERRA
THE MALTESE FALCON
THE BIG SHOT
ACROSS THE PACIFIC
SAHARA
TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT
CONFLICT
DARK PASSAGE
THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE
KNOCK ON ANY DOOR
IN A LONELY PLACE
TOKYO JOE
THE BIG SLEEP
THE ENFORCER
BEAT THE DEVIL
THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA
WE'RE NO ANGELS
THE HARDER THEY FALL

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