1 Bogart: 1936-Remakes (Two Against the World, Isle of Fury, Crime School)

At Warner, even after the success of the 1936 The Petrified Forest, Humphrey Bogart continued to play in remakes of the studio’s older hits.

In 1936, he appeared in Two Against the World, a remake of Edward G. Robinson’s 1931 Five Star Final.

In the same year, Isle of Fury was a remake of the 1933 The Narrow Corner

In 1938, Crime School was better artistically and commercially at the box-office, but it was still a remake of James Cagney’s far superior 1933 The Mayor of Hell.