1 Three Kings: Bogey, Cary, Duke–Filmography, Screen Name, Screen Role

Research in progress: Nov 11, 2021

 

Bogey: Screen Names

Title Year Role Notes

1930: 2

A Devil with Women, Tom Standish, Fox Film

Up the River, Steve Jordan, Fox Film

 

1931: 4

Bad Sister, Valentine Corliss, Universal, distributed by Warner

A Holy Terror, Steve Nash, Fox Film

Body and Soul, Jim Watson, Fox Film

Women of All Nations, Stone; Fox Film, UCLA Film & Television Archive

 

1932: 3

Big City Blues, Shep Adkins, Warner

Three on a Match, Harve, Warner

Love Affair, Jim Leonard, Columbia Pictures

 

1933: No Films

 

1934: 1

 

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

 

1935: No Films

 

1936: 5

The Petrified Forest, Duke Mantee, Warner

Bullets or Ballots, Nick “Bugs” Fenner Warner

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

China Clipper, Hap Stuart, First National Pictures

Isle of Fury, Valentine “Val” Stevens, Warner

 

1937: 7

Black Legion, Frank Taylor, Warner

The Great O’Malley, John Phillips Warner

Marked Woman, District Attorney David Graham, Warner

San Quentin, Joe “Red” Kennedy, Warner

Kid Galahad, Turkey Morgan, Warner

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

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, Harry Galleon, Warner

Racket Busters, Pete “Czar” Martin Warner

The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, “Rocks” Valentine Warner

Angels with Dirty Faces, 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, debut of Sydney Greenstreet, Warner

 

1942: 4

All Through the Night Alfred ‘Gloves’ Donahue, Warner

The Big Shot, Joseph “Duke” Berne, Warner

Across the Pacific 1942 Rick Leland, Warner

Casablanca, Rick Blaine, Best Actor Oscar Nominee, Warner

1943: 3

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

Sahara, Sgt. Joe Gunn, Columbia Pictures

Thank Your Lucky Stars, Himself Warner

 

1944: 2

Passage to Marseille, Jean Matrac, Warner

To Have and Have Not, Harry “Steve” Morgan (Bacall’s debut film), Warner

 

1945: 1

Conflict, Richard Mason, Warner

 

1946: 1

The Big Sleep, Philip Marlowe, Warner

(preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive)

 

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 1948, Frank McCloud, Warner

1949: 3

Knock on Any Door, Andrew Morton, Santana Productions,

(Bogart’s company founded in 1948; preserved at UCLA Film & Television Archive)

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 Pictures (Preserved at the UCLA Film & Television Archive)

Sirocco, Harry Smith, Santana Productions

The African Queen, Charlie Allnut, Best Actor Oscar Winner,
United Artists

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, Best Actor Oscar Nominee, Columbia

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

 

Bogey’s Screen Names

Sam Spade

Philip Marlowe

Rick Blaine

Eddie Willis (Harder They Fall); Ed

Charlie Allnut

Harry Smith (Sirocco); Harry Dawes (Barefoot Contessa)

Steve Jordan; Steve Nash

Joe Rossi

Joe Gunn

 

Cary Grant Filmography

(by Year, and from A to Z)

Year Title Role

1932

This Is the Night, Stephen Mathewson, Film debut

Devil and the Deep, Lieutenant Jaeckel

Sinners in the Sun, Ridgeway

Merrily We Go to Hell, Charlie Baxter

Singapore Sue First Sailor (uncredited) Short film

Blonde Venus, Nick Townsend

Hot Saturday, Romer Sheffield

Madame Butterfly, Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton, Lieutenant Jaeckel

 

1933

She Done Him Wrong, Capt. Cummings

The Woman Accused, Jeffrey Baxter

The Eagle and the Hawk, Henry Crocker

Gambling Ship, Ace Corbin

I’m No Angel, Jack Clayton

Alice in Wonderland, The Mock Turtle

 

1934

Thirty-Day Princess, Porter Madison III

Born to Be Bad, Malcolm Trevor

Kiss and Make-Up, Dr. Maurice Lamar

Ladies Should Listen, Julian De Lussac

 

1935

Enter Madame Gerald Fitzgerald

Wings in the Dark Ken Gordon

The Last Outpost Michael Andrews

Sylvia Scarlett, Jimmy Monkley

 

1936

Big Brown Eyes Det. Sgt. Danny Barr

Suzy Andre Charville

The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss, Ernest Bliss (aka Romance and Riches)

The Amazing Adventure

Wedding Present Charlie Mason

1937

When You’re in Love, Jimmy Hudson (UK title: For You Alone)

Topper George Kerby

The Toast of New York, Nicholas “Nick” Boyd

The Awful Truth, Jerry Warriner

 

1938

Bringing Up Baby, Dr. David Huxley

Holiday, John “Johnny” Case

 

1939

Gunga Din Sgt. Archibald Cutter

Only Angels Have Wings, Geoff Carter

In Name Only, Alec Walker

 

1940

His Girl Friday Walter Burns

My Favorite Wife Nick

The Howards of Virginia Matt Howard (UK: The Tree of Liberty)

The Philadelphia Story, C. K. Dexter Haven

1941

Penny Serenade Roger Adams Nominated, Best Actor

Suspicion, Johnnie

1942

The Talk of the Town Leopold Dilg a.k.a. Joseph

Once Upon a Honeymoon Patrick “Pat” O’Toole

1943

Mr. Lucky Joe Adams/Joe Bascopolous

Destination Tokyo, Capt. Cassidy

1944

Once Upon a Time Jerry Flynn

Arsenic and Old Lace Mortimer Brewster

None but the Lonely Heart, Ernie Mott, Nominated Best Actor

1946

Night and Day, Cole Porter

Notorious, T.R. Devlin

1947

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, Dick Nugent (UK: Bachelor Knight)

The Bishop’s Wife, Dudley

1948

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House Jim Blandings

Every Girl Should Be Married Dr. Madison W. Brown

1949

I Was a Male War Bride Capt. Henri Rochard UK title: You Can’t Sleep Here

1950

Crisis Dr. Eugene Norland Ferguson

1951

People Will Talk Dr. Noah Praetorius

1952

Room for One More George “Poppy” Rose

Monkey Business Dr. Barnaby Fulton

1953

Dream Wife, Clemson Reade

1955

To Catch a Thief, John Robie

1957

An Affair to Remember, Nickie Ferrante

The Pride and the Passion, Anthony

Kiss Them for Me, Cmdr. Andy Crewson

1958

Indiscreet, Philip Adams

Houseboat, Tom Winters

 

1959

North by Northwest, Roger O. Thornhill

Operation Petticoat Lt. Cmdr. Matt T. Sherman

 

1960

The Grass Is Greener Victor Rhyall, Earl

 

1962

That Touch of Mink Philip Shayne [35]

 

1963

Charade, Peter Joshua-Alexander Dyle-Adam Canfield–Brian Cruikshank

1964

Father Goose, Walter Christopher Eckland

1966

Walk, Don’t Run, Sir William Rutland (final film role)

Cary Grant–Filmography (A to Z)

Affair to Remember, An

Alice in Wonderland

Arsenic and Old Lace

Awful Truth, The

Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer, The

Big Brown Eyes

Bishop’s Wife, The

Blonde Venus

Born to Be Bad

10. Bringing Up Baby

Charade

Crisis

Destination Tokyo

Devil and the Deep, The

Dream Wife

Eagle and the Hawk, The

Enter Madam

Every Girl Should Be Married

Father Goose

20. Gambling Ship

Grass Is Greener, The

Gunga Din

His Girl Friday

Holiday

Hot Saturday

Houseboat

Howards of Virginia, The

I’m No Angel

In Name Only

30. Indiscreet

I Was a Male War Bride

Kiss and Make Up

Kiss Them for Me

Ladies Should Listen

Last Output, The

Madame Butterfly

Merrily We Go to Hell

Monkey Business

Mr. Blanding Builds His Dream House

40. Mr. Lucky

My Favorite Wife

Night and Day

None But the Lonely Heart

North by Northwest

Notorious

Once Upon a Honeymoon

One Upon a Time

Only Angels Have Wings

Operation Petticoat

50. Penny Serenade

People Will Talk

Philadelphia Story, The

Pride and the Passion, The

Romance and Riches

Room for One More

She Done Him Wrong

Sinners in the Sun

Suspicion

Suzy

60. Sylvia Scarlett

Talk of the Town

That Touch of Mink

Thirty-Day Princess

This is the Night

Toast of New York

To Catch a Thief

Topper

Walk, Don’t Run

Wedding Present

70. When You’re in Love

Wings in the Dark

72. Woman Accused

 

Screen Names: Recurrent

Baxter, Charles; Baxter

Dexter

Eckland

Johnny (Suspicion); John Robbie (To Catch a Thief)

Jimmy

Ruthland

Military

Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton

Lieutenant Jaeckel

Foreign Names

Dr. Maurice Lamar

Julian De Lussac

Theatre

Year Title Role Location Notes

1922–1923

Better Times – Hippodrome Theatre Performer

1927–1928

Golden Dawn Anzac Hammerstein’s Theatre

1929

Boom Boom Reggie Phipps Casino Theatre

1929–1930

A Wonderful Night Max Grunewald Majestic Theatre

1930

The Street Singer

1931

Nikki Cary Lockwood Longacre Theatre & George M. Cohan’s Theatre