Humphrey Bogart filmography

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Bogart in 1940

Humphrey Bogart was an American actor whose career spanned for thirty five years. He appeared in over seventy films. Bogart was nominated for two Academy Awards for Best Actor on the films, Casablanca and The Caine Mutiny. He also won the award for the African Queen (1951).

Some classic films were remade, such as The Big Sleep (1978), We're No Angels (1989), Desperate Hours (1990) and Sabrina (1995).



Year Title Role Director Notes
1928 The Dancing Town Man in Doorway at Dance Edmund Lawrence Short film
1930 Broadway's Like That Ruth's Fiancé Arthur Hurley Short film
Up the River Steve Jordan John Ford Film debut
A Devil with Women Tom Standish Irving Cummings
1931 Body and Soul Jim Watson Alfred Santell
Bad Sister Valentine Corliss Hobart Henley
Women of All Nations Stone Raoul Walsh Deleted scenes
A Holy Terror Steve Nash Irving Cummings
1932 Love Affair Jim Leonard Thornton Freeland
Big City Blues Shep Adkins Mervyn LeRoy Uncredited
Three on a Match Harve Mervyn LeRoy
1934 Midnight Garboni Chester Erskine
1936 The Petrified Forest Duke Mantee Archie Mayo
Bullets or Ballots Nick "Bugs" Fenner William Keighley
Two Against the World Sherry Scott William C. McGann
China Clipper Hap Stuart Ray Enright
Isle of Fury Valentine "Val" Stevens Frank McDonald
1937 Black Legion Frank Taylor Archie Mayo
The Great O'Malley John Phillips William Dieterle
Marked Woman David Graham Lloyd Bacon
San Quentin Joe "Red" Kennedy Lloyd Bacon
Kid Galahad Turkey Morgan Michael Curtiz
Dead End Hugh "Baby Face" Martin William Wyler
Stand-In Doug Quintain Tay Garnett
1938 Swing Your Lady Ed Hatch Ray Enright
Crime School Deputy Commissioner Mark Braden Lewis Seiler
Men Are Such Fools Harry Galleon Busby Berkeley
Racket Busters Pete "Czar" Martin Lloyd Bacon
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse "Rocks" Valentine Anatole Litvak
Angels with Dirty Faces James Frazier Michael Curtiz
Swingtime in the Movies Himself Crane Wilbur Uncredited
1939 King of the Underworld Joe Gurney Lewis Seiler
The Oklahoma Kid Whip McCord Lloyd Bacon
You Can't Get Away with Murder Frank Wilson Lewis Seiler
Dark Victory Michael O'Leary Edmund Goulding
The Roaring Twenties George Hally Raoul Walsh
The Return of Doctor X Dr. Maurice Xavier, aka Marshall Quesne Vincent Sherman
Invisible Stripes Chuck Martin Lloyd Bacon
1940 Virginia City John Murrell Michael Curtiz
It All Came True Grasselli aka Chips Maguire Lewis Seiler
Brother Orchid Jack Buck Lloyd Bacon
They Drive by Night Paul Fabrini Raoul Walsh
1941 High Sierra Roy Earle Raoul Walsh
The Wagons Roll at Night Nick Coster Ray Enright
The Maltese Falcon Sam Spade John Huston
1942 All Through the Night Alfred 'Gloves' Donahue Vincent Sherman
The Big Shot Joseph "Duke" Berne Lewis Seiler
Across the Pacific Rick Leland John Huston
Casablanca Rick Blaine Michael Curtiz
1943 Action in the North Atlantic Lt. Joe Rossi Lloyd Bacon
Sahara Sgt. Joe Gunn Zoltan Korda
Thank Your Lucky Stars Himself David Butler
1944 Passage to Marseille Jean Matrac Michael Curtiz
To Have and Have Not Harry "Steve" Morgan Howard Hawks
I Am an American[1] Himself Crane Wilbur
1945 Conflict Richard Mason Curtis Bernhardt
1946 Two Guys From Milwaukee Himself David Butler Uncredited
The Big Sleep Philip Marlowe Howard Hawks
Never Say Goodbye Phil's Bogart impression James V. Kern Voice
1947 Dead Reckoning Capt. "Rip" Murdock John Cromwell
The Two Mrs. Carrolls Geoffrey Carroll Peter Godfrey
Dark Passage Vincent Parry Delmer Daves
1948 Always Together Himself Frederick De Cordova Uncredited
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Fred C. Dobbs John Huston
Key Largo Frank McCloud John Huston
1949 Knock on Any Door Andrew Morton Nicholas Ray
Tokyo Joe Joseph "Joe" Barrett Stuart Heisler
1950 Chain Lightning Lt. Col. Matthew "Matt" Brennan Stuart Heisler
In a Lonely Place Dixon Steele Nicholas Ray
1951 The Enforcer Dist. Atty. Martin Ferguson Bretaigne Windust
Sirocco Harry Smith Curtis Bernhardt
The African Queen Charlie Allnut John Huston
1952 Deadline – U.S.A. Ed Hutcheson Richard Brooks
1953 Road to Bali Himself Hal Walker
Battle Circus Maj. Jed Webbe Richard Brooks
Beat the Devil Billy Dannreuther John Huston
1954 The Caine Mutiny Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg Edward Dmytryk
Sabrina Linus Larrabee Billy Wilder
The Barefoot Contessa Harry Dawes Joseph L. Mankiewicz
The Love Lottery Cameo role at end as himself in British Ealing comedy Charles Crichton Uncredited
1955 We're No Angels Joseph Michael Curtiz
The Left Hand of God James "Jim" Carmody Edward Dmytryk
The Desperate Hours Glenn Griffin William Wyler
1956 The Harder They Fall Eddie Willis Mark Robson Final film role

Box office ranking[edit]

At the height of his fame, film exhibitors regularly voted Bogart among the most popular stars in the US (the Quigley Annual Poll) and the UK:

  • 1943: 7th (US)
  • 1944: 7th (US)
  • 1945: 6th (US)
  • 1946: 6th (US)
  • 1947: 5th (US)
  • 1948: 6th (US)
  • 1949: 9th (US)
  • 1952: 18th (US), 10th (UK)
  • 1953: 24th (US)
  • 1954: 12th (US)
  • 1955: 8th (US), 10th (UK)


  1. ^ The 16 minute film, I Am an American, was featured in American theaters as a short feature in connection with "I Am an American Day" (now called Constitution Day). I Am an American was produced by Gordon Hollingshead, also written by Crane Wilbur. Besides Bogart, it featured Gary Gray, Dick Haymes, Danny Kaye, Joan Leslie, Dennis Morgan, Knute Rockne, and Jay Silverheels. See: I Am An American at the TCM Movie Database and I Am an American on IMDb.