Tag Archives: Humphrey Bogart

Noir Heroics

Sometimes – but not all that often – Hollywood really is like the movies. Here, one block down from Hollywood Boulevard and one block up from Sunset Boulevard, just off Laurel Canyon, it’s an oddly hushed rainy December evening – … Continue reading

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Unfit for Duty

If you remember your classic Hollywood movies, Lieutenant Commander Phillip Queeg (Humphrey Bogart) was unfit for duty – in spite of his previous command experience. The movie is The Caine Mutiny – from 1954 – mostly concerned with how Queeg, under … Continue reading

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