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Not Casablanca, But Not Bad
If Bogart had never made Maltese Falcon, Casablanca or Sierra Madre, this 1941 film would no doubt have been hailed as a minor masterpiece. True, Eddie Albert is a bit too gee-willikers cornpone after the first three minutes or so, and none of the rest of the cast contributes much by way of support (other than the lions, that is, and also Hoffman, the drunken Teutonic lion tamer). But Bogart is sensational. Don't be too put off by the mediocre reviews - Bogie's fans will be more than pleased, rest assured. Has anyone ever done borderline psychotic hatred like this guy? Trying to murder your kid sister's boyfriend with a lion, wow. And Warner Bros. knew enough to give his face a tight little spotlight when he's really seething away. Three stars for the supporting cast, four stars for the lions, and five stars for Humphrey Bogart!
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The Wagons Roll at Night
Humphrey Bogart is my favorite actor. Having said that, you may doubt my objectivity. This is a very good movie, and I'm thrilled to have it on DVD.
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