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Duke Mantee (Character)
from The Petrified Forest (1936)

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The Petrified Forest -- Oscar-winner Humphrey Bogart stars as Duke Mantee, an escaped convict who holds customers hostage at a remote desert diner.
The Petrified Forest -- Trailer for this film based on the Broadway hit

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Overview

Biography:
Duke Mantee's parentage is unknown. He got into the business of killing about age 13... See more »
Alternate Names:
Capt. Becker

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TV:
  1. The Petrified Forest (1956) (TV) Played by William Sylvester
  2. "Producers' Showcase"
        - The Petrified Forest (1955) TV episode, Played by Humphrey Bogart
  3. "Celanese Theatre"
        - The Petrified Forest (1952) TV episode, Played by Lloyd Gough
  4. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - The Petrified Forest (1951) TV episode, Played by Robert Ayres
Feature:
  1. Escape in the Desert (1945) Played by Helmut Dantine (as Capt. Becker)

  2. The Petrified Forest (1936) Played by Humphrey Bogart
    ... aka "Petrified Forest" - USA (poster title)

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From The Petrified Forest (1936)
[Talking about signing his $5,000.00 life insurance policy over to Gabby]
Mrs. Edith Chisholm: You're in love with her, aren't you?
Alan Squier: Yes, I suppose I am. And not unreasonably. She has heroic stuff in her. She may be one of the immortal women of France. Another Joan of Arc, George Sand, Madame Curie, or Du Barry. I want to show her that I believe in her, and how else can I do it? Living...
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