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Key Largo (1948): Articles


Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall Movies: 'To Have and Have Not' & 'Key Largo'

Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall: From 'To Have and Have Not' to 'Key Largo' Humphrey Bogart (born on Christmas Day 1899, in New York City) is Turner Classic Movies' first “Summer Under the Stars” star on Thursday, August 1, 2013. TCM will be showing several Bogart movies not made at Warner Bros., e.g., 20th Century Fox's The Left Hand of God and Columbia's In a Lonely Place, but nothing that the cable network hasn't presented before. In other words, don't expect anything along the lines of the 1934 crime drama Midnight or the 1931 Western A Holy Terror (assuming these two movies still exist). Now, the good news: No Casablanca – which was shown on Tuesday, as part of TCM's […]


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Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall Movies: 'To Have and Have Not' & 'Key Largo'



Marc Lawrence Dead at 95: Prolific Movie Gangster & Blacklisted HUAC Witness

Marc Lawrence. Prolific actor was usually cast as gangster and other assorted scuzzy characters, making life difficult for just about everybody, from Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake to Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Off screen, Lawrence's life was made difficult by the House Un-American Activities Committee. Actor Marc Lawrence dead at 95: Played supporting roles and bit parts in more than 170 films & became enmeshed in controversy during the HUAC era Prolific actor Marc Lawrence, among whose credits include Key Largo, Helen of Troy, and Marathon Man, died of heart failure on Nov. 27 '05 in the desert town of Palm Springs, California, about 160 km east of Los Angeles. Lawrence was 95. The Brooklyn-born (on Feb. 17, 1910, […]


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Marc Lawrence Dead at 95: Prolific Movie Gangster & Blacklisted HUAC Witness