Tag: Humphrey Bogart

When the Brattle Theatre, near Harvard, started its annual revivals of Casablanca (1942) in the sixties, students showed up for screenings dressed as Rick Blaine, their trench coats and snap-brim hats mirroring Humphrey Bogart’s screen image just as his tough-guy pose mirrored their own youthful rebellions. Had Bogie been alive, he probably would have been […]
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