Some similarities I noticed in my archives when I fan-girled over Humphrey Bogart a couple of years ago. More about Bogie here: http://janela-fictionmostly.blogspot.com/search/label/humphrey%20bogart
Above, Rachel Griffiths, Natasha Richardson, and Alan Rickman in a scene from “Blow Dry.” Below, Jennifer Jones, Gina Lollobrigida, and Humphrey Bogart in “Beat the Devil.” And the films have the same initials.
Here is a description of love and marriage from a young man, Daniel Radcliffe, whom I assume is just beginning to figure out the complexities of relationships and commitment– “When growing up, I thought of marriage as being very official, drawing up a contract. It seemed slightly clinical to me. But then you meet somebody […]
Sometimes I’d like to write about someone in ABAD who is not known to be British, and then I find that they are. I’ve immersed myself in noir fiction this holiday–Raymond Chandler [raised in England, btw] and Dashiell Hammett–and where Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe tread, images of Humphrey Bogart aren’t far behind. I’ve always […]