A mild mannered film critic is dumped by his wife and his ego is crushed. His hero persona is the tough guy played by Humphrey Bogart in many of his movies and the apparition of Bogart begins showing up to give him advice. With the encouragement of his two married friends, he actually tries dating again, with less than satisfactory results, until he relaxes. Written by
John Vogel <email@example.com>
Here's laughing at you, kid.
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Did You Know?
In an interview with 'Cinema' magazine in March 1972, Woody Allen
said: "I would never want to direct a play into a movie. I would only be interested in working on original projects for the screen. I was already at work on [Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask
(1972)], and I didn't want to spend a year doing a project that I had done on Broadway". Woody Allen
hoped that the film, directed by director Herbert Ross
, would garner "a nice, solid, funny commercial picture, and hopefully entice a broader audience for me than I get with my own films". See more
Bogart states that he shot Lizabeth Scott (in Dead Reckoning
when actually *she* shot *him.* Since he was speeding at the time, he crashed and she died. See more
[clip from 'Casablanca'
Hello, radio tower, Lisbon plane taking off in ten minutes, east runway. Thank you.
Richard 'Rick' Blaine
Louis, have your man go with Mr. Lazlo and take care of his luggage.
Certainly, Rick, anything you say. Find Mr. Lazlo's luggage and put it on the plane.
Yes, sir. This way please.
Blues for Alan Felix
Composed and Performed by Oscar Peterson See more