1 Bogart: Filmography, 1930-1956 (Chronologically, Alphabetically)

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Humphrey Bogart Feature Films, 1930-1956

Of his 75 features he made, two thirds, or 48 films, were for Warner Bros., more than any other studio he was affiliated with.


Chronologically (by year)

Alphabetically (A to Z)

Title Year Role


1930: 2

A Devil with Women, Tom Standish, Fox Film

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Up the River, Steve Jordan, Fox Film

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1931: 4

Bad Sister, Valentine Corliss, Universal, distributed by Warner

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A Holy Terror, Steve Nash, Fox Film

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Body and Soul, Jim Watson, Fox Film

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Women of All Nations, Stone; Fox Film

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1932: 3

Big City Blues, Shep Adkins, Warner Bros.

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Three on a Match, Harve, Warner Bros.

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Love Affair, Jim Leonard, Columbia Pictures


1933: No


1934: 1

Midnight, Gar Boni (aka Call It Murder), Universal Pictures

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1935: No

1936: 5

The Petrified Forest, Duke Mantee, Warner

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Bullets or Ballots, Nick “Bugs” Fenner, Warner

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Two Against the World (aka One Fatal Hour), Sherry Scott, Warner

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China Clipper, Hap Stuart, First National Pictures

Isle of Fury, Valentine “Val” Stevens, Warner


1937: 7

Black Legion, Frank Taylor Warner Bros.

The Great O’Malley 1937 John Phillips Warner

Marked Woman, District Attorney David Graham, Warner

San Quentin, Joe “Red” Kennedy Warner

Kid Galahad, Turkey Morgan Warner Bros.

Dead End, Hugh “Baby Face” Martin Samuel Goldwyn Prods

Stand-In, Doug Quintain, Walter Wanger Productions


1938: 6

Swing Your Lady, Ed Hatch, Warner

Crime School, Deputy Commissioner Mark Braden, Warner

Men Are Such Fools 1938 Harry Galleon, Warner

Racket Busters 1938 Pete “Czar” Martin, Warner

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, “Rocks” Valentine, Warner

Angels with Dirty Faces 1938 James Frazier, Warner


1939: 7

King of the Underworld, Joe Gurney, Warner

The Oklahoma Kid, Whip McCord, Warner

You Can’t Get Away with Murder, Frank Wilson, Warner

Dark Victory, Michael O’Leary, Warner

The Roaring Twenties, George Hally, Warner

The Return of Doctor X, Dr. Maurice Xavier, aka Marshall Quesne, Warner

Invisible Stripes, Chuck Martin, Warner

1940: 4

They Drive by Night, Paul Fabrini, Warner

Virginia City, John Murrell, Warner

It All Came True, Grasselli, aka Chips Maguire, Warner

Brother Orchid, Jack Buck, Warner


1941: 3

High Sierra, Roy Earle, Warner

The Wagons Roll at Night, Nick Coster, Warner

The Maltese Falcon, Sam Spade, Warner


1942: 4

All Through the Night, Alfred ‘Gloves’ Donahue, Warner

The Big Shot, Joseph “Duke” Berne, Warner

Across the Pacific, Rick Leland, Warner

Casablanca, Rick Blaine, Warner (Nominated, Best Actor Oscar)

1943: 3

Action in the North Atlantic, Lt. Joe Rossi, Warner

Sahara, Sgt. Joe Gunn, Columbia

Thank Your Lucky Stars, Himself, Warner


1944: 2

Passage to Marseille, Jean Matrac, Warner

To Have and Have Not, Harry “Steve” Morgan, Warner

Bacall’s debut film, Warner


1945: 1

Conflict, Richard Mason, Warner

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1946: 1

The Big Sleep 1946 Philip Marlowe, Warner


1947: 3

Dead Reckoning, Capt. Warren “Rip” Murdock, Columbia

The Two Mrs. Carrolls, Geoffrey Carroll, Warner

Dark Passage, Vincent Parry, Warner


1948: 3

Always Together, Himself, Warner

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Fred C. Dobbs, Warner

Key Largo, Frank McCloud, Warner


1949: 3

Knock on Any Door, Andrew Morton, Santana Productions

Tokyo Joe, Joseph “Joe” Barrett, Santana Productions

Chain Lightning, Lt. Col. Matthew “Matt” Brennan, Warner


1950: 1

In a Lonely Place, Dixon Steele, Santana Productions;

(National Film Registry in 2007)

1951: 3

The Enforcer, Dist. Atty. Martin Ferguson, United States Pics
Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive

Sirocco, Harry Smith, Santana Productions

The African Queen, Charlie Allnut, United Artists

Won the Best Actor Oscar


1952: 1

Deadline – U.S.A. Ed Hutcheson, Fox Film


1953: 2

Battle Circus, Maj. Jed Webbe, MGM

Beat the Devil, Billy Dannreuther, Romulus Films, Santana Pictures Corporation


1954: 3

The Caine Mutiny, Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg, Columbia (Nominated for Best Actor Oscar)

Sabrina, Linus Larrabee, Paramount

The Barefoot Contessa, Harry Dawes Figaro, UA


1955: 3

We’re No Angels, Joseph, Paramount

The Left Hand of God, James, Jim” Carmody, Fox Film

The Desperate Hours, Glenn Griffin, Paramount


1956: 1

The Harder They Fall, Eddie Willis, Columbia

Films (A-Z) (1930-1940) (38 films):

Amazing Dr., The

Bad Sister

Big City Blues

Black Legion

Body and Soul

Brother Orchid

Bullets or Ballots

China Clipper

Crime School

Dead End

A Devil with Women

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Great O’Malley, The

A Holy Terror

Invisible Stripes

Isle of Fury

It All Came True

Kid Galahad

Love Affair

Marked Woman

Men Are Such Fools


Petrified Forest, The

Racket Busters

San Quentin


Swing Your Lady

They Drive by Night

Three on a Match

Two Against the World

Up the River

Virginia City

Women of All Nations

32 (6 are missing)


Films (A-Z) (1941-1956): (37 Films)

Across the Pacific

Action in the North Atlantic

African Queen, The

All Through the Night

Always Together

Barefoot Contessa, The

Battle Circus

Beat the Devil

Big Shot, The

10. Big Sleep, The

Caine Mutiny, The


Chain Lightning


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Dark Passage


Dead Reckoning

Desperate Hours, The

Enforcer, The

20. High Sierra

In a Lonely Place

Key Largo

Knock on Any Door

Left Hand of God, The

Harder They Fall, The

Maltese Falcon, The

Passage to Marseille



30. Sirocco

Thank You Lucky Stars

To Have and Have Not

Tokyo Joe

Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The

Two Mrs. Carrolls, The

Wagons Roll at Night, The

37. We’re No Angels

(Above is complete list)