Beat the Devil (November 24, 1953)

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Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones
 

Released on November 24, 1953: Humphrey Bogart leads a group of rogues to Africa in search of uranium, but a young blonde girl who has trouble telling the truth will complicate the adventure.

Produced by John Huston and Humphrey Bogart

Directed by John Huston

The Actors: Humphrey Bogart (Billy Dannreuther), Jennifer Jones (Mrs. Gwendolen Chelm), Gina Lollobrigida (Maria Dannreuther), Robert Morley (Peterson), Peter Lorre (Julius O'Hara), Edward Underdown (Harry Chelm), Ivor Barnard (Major Jack Ross), Marco Tulli (Ravello), Bernard Lee (Inspector Jack Clayton), Mario Perrone (purser on the S.S. Nyanga), Giulio Donnini (administrator), Saro Urzi (Captain of the S.S. Nyanga), Juan de Landa (Hispano, the suiza driver), Aldo Silvani (Charles, the restaurant manager), Julie Gibson (unknown), Dave Crowley (unknown), Alex Pochet (hotel manager), Mimmo Poli (barman), Manuel Serano (Arab inquisitor Ahmed)

 

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Bogart and the Blonde who Makes Up Stories

This famous box office flop produced by legendary motion picture icons has become a cult favorite that no fan of classic movies should miss. Many movie fans consider Humphrey Bogart to be the most talented actor that ever planted his face on film. . . . Gina Lollobrigida is one of the most famous and beautiful Italian actresses of all time. . . . It is impossible to enjoy classic Hollywood movies without knowing the legendary John Huston, who produced and directed this story. . . . . British character actor Robert Morley and the uniquely talented Peter Lorre round out a star-studded cast. . . . And don’t forget Tulsa born, Academy Award winner Jennifer Jones. . . . In fact there are more Academy Award nominees and winners in this cast than in most movies ever filmed. And while we are at it, most of the dialogue was written by a young fellow named Truman Capote, who would become very famous in his own right. We don’t know if the movie was intended to be a campy spoof of earlier Bogart movies, but you will recognize many familiar things from earlier movies in this story. In The Maltese Falcon there was fat man Sydney Greenstreet with henchman Peter Lorre . . . In this story it is Robert Morley and Peter Lorre. In The African Queen Bogart was on a boat that sank. In Casablanca Bogart was in a North Africa town that was not terribly friendly. . . . Many faint reminders of earlier Bogart classics. This story lacks only one thing that Bogart’s famous earlier movies had. . . . There is no World War going on to add great fear. . . . The bad guys are not comic, but they are not desperately bad enough to bring fear into our hearts. . . . No one goes to the edge of death with no apparent way to survive. . . . There is no real ‘fear’ element to this great adventure. You can enjoy great intrigue, mystery, romance and comic relief, but no heart-strangling fear. . . . Plenty of fun, but no paralyzing fear. . . . If three out of four is good enough for you. . . . And a cast of legendary motion picture icons. . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart
Aldo Silvani, Gina Lollobrigida and Humphrey Bogart
Aldo Silvani, Gina Lollobrigida and Humphrey Bogart
Bernard Lee
Bernard Lee
Edward Underdown
Edward Underdown
Edward Underdown, Gina Lollobrigida and Jennifer Jones
Edward Underdown, Gina Lollobrigida and Jennifer Jones
Edward Underdown and Humphrey Bogart
Edward Underdown and Humphrey Bogart
Edward Underdown and Jennifer Jones
Edward Underdown and Jennifer Jones
Edward Underdown
Edward Underdown
Edward Underdown
Edward Underdown
Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida and Edward Underdown
Gina Lollobrigida and Edward Underdown
Gina Lollobrigida and Edward Underdown
Gina Lollobrigida and Edward Underdown
Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida
Humphrey Bogart and Bernard Lee
Humphrey Bogart and Bernard Lee
Humphrey Bogart and Gina Lollobrigida
Humphrey Bogart and Gina Lollobrigida
Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones
Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones
Humphrey Bogart, Robert Morley and Juan de Landa
Humphrey Bogart, Robert Morley and Juan de Landa
Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart
Humphry Bogart kisses Jennifer Jones
Humphry Bogart kisses Jennifer Jones
Humphrey Bogart
Humphrey Bogart
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones and Gina Lollobrigida
Jennifer Jones and Gina Lollobrigida
Jennifer Jones and Humphrey Bogart
Jennifer Jones and Humphrey Bogart
Jennnifer Jones
Jennnifer Jones
Jennifer Jones sticks her tongue out
Jennifer Jones sticks her tongue out
Jennifer Jones and Humphrey Bogart
Jennifer Jones and Humphrey Bogart
Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones
Juan de Landa
Juan de Landa
Manuel Serano
Manuel Serano
Marco Tulli
Marco Tulli
Mario Perrone
Mario Perrone
Mimmo Poli
Mimmo Poli
Peter Lorre
Peter Lorre
Peter Lorre, Marco Tulli and Ivor Barnard
Peter Lorre, Marco Tulli and Ivor Barnard
Peter Lorre, Robert Morley and Marco Tulli
Peter Lorre, Robert Morley and Marco Tulli
Peter Lorre and Robert Morley
Peter Lorre and Robert Morley
Peter Lorre
Peter Lorre
Robert Morley and Humphrey Bogart
Robert Morley and Humphrey Bogart
Robert Morley and Humphrey Bogart
Robert Morley and Humphrey Bogart
Robert Morley and Ivor Barnard
Robert Morley and Ivor Barnard
Robert Morley and Juan de Landa
Robert Morley and Juan de Landa
Robert Morley, Marco Tulli and Peter Lorre
Robert Morley, Marco Tulli and Peter Lorre
Robert Morley
Robert Morley
Saro Urzi
Saro Urzi
Saro Urzi
Saro Urzi