Filmography

From the 1920s until the 1950s, Humphrey Bogart’s film career covered virtually every genre from crime dramas to musicals. His various roles have given the world some of the most memorable characters, including Sam Spade, Duke Mantee, Charlie Allnut, Rick Blaine. Philip Marlowe, and Fred C. Dobbs, among countless others. Bogie’s filmography is not only a testament to his ability as an actor, but a timeline illustrating his humble beginnings and eventual rise to superstardom. Please click here to browse the film poster gallery.

The 1950s

1956 – The Harder They Fall (Eddie Willis)
1955 – We’re No Angels (Joseph)
1955 – The Desperate Hours (Glenn Griffin)
1955 – The Left Hand of God (Jim Carmody)
1954 – The Barefoot Contessa (Harry Dawes)
1954 – Sabrina (Linus Larrabee)
1954 – The Caine Mutiny (Lt. Cmdr. Philip Francis Queeg)
1953 – Beat the Devil (Billy Dannreuther)
1953 – Battle Circus (Maj. Jed Webbe)
1952 – Deadline – U.S.A. (Ed Hutcheson, Managing Editor of The Day)
1951 – The African Queen (Charlie Allnut)
1951 – Sirocco (Harry Smith)
1951 – The Enforcer (Dist. Atty. Martin Ferguson)
1950 – Chain Lightning (Lt. Col. Matt Brennan)
1950 – In a Lonely Place (Dixon Steele)

The 1940s

1949 – Tokyo Joe (Joe Barrett)
1949 – Knock on Any Door (Andrew Morton)
1948 – Key Largo (Frank McCloud)
1948 – The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Fred C. Dobbs)
1947 – Dark Passage (Vincent Parry)
1947 – The Two Mrs. Carrolls (Geoffrey Carroll)
1947 – Dead Reckoning (Captain Warren ‘Rip’ Murdock)
1946 – The Big Sleep (Philip Marlowe)
1945 – Conflict (Richard Mason)
1944 – To Have and Have Not (Harry Morgan/Steve)
1944 – Passage to Marseille (Jean Matrac)
1943 – Sahara (Sgt. Joe Gunn)
1943 – Action in the North Atlantic (Lt. Joe Rossi)
1942 – The Big Shot (Joseph ‘Duke’ Berne)
1942 – Casablanca (Rick Blaine)
1942 – Across the Pacific (Rick Leland)
1942 – In This Our Life (Uncredited cameo appearance as Roadhouse owner)
1942 – All Through the Night (Alfred ‘Gloves’ Donahue)
1941 – The Maltese Falcon (Sam Spade)
1941 – The Wagons Roll at Night (Nick Coster)
1941 – High Sierra (Roy ‘Mad Dog’ Earle)
1940 – They Drive by Night (Paul Fabrini)
1940 – Brother Orchid (Jack Buck)
1940 – It All Came True (Chips Maguire/Mr. Grasselli)
1940 – Virginia City (John Murrell)

The 1930s

1939 – Invisible Stripes (Chuck Martin)
1939 – The Return of Doctor X (Marshall Quesne)
1939 – The Roaring Twenties (George Hally)
1939 – The Old Maid (Clem Spender, replaced by George Brent, uncredited)
1939 – You Can’t Get Away with Murder (Frank Wilson)
1939 – Dark Victory (Michael O’Leary)
1939 – The Oklahoma Kid (Whip McCord)
1939 – King of the Underworld (Joe Gurney)
1938 – Angels with Dirty Faces (James Frazier)
1938 – The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (‘Rocks’ Valentine)
1938 – Men Are Such Fools (Harry Galleon)
1938 – Racket Busters (John ‘Czar’ Martin)
1938 – Crime School (Deputy Comm Mark Braden)
1938 – Swing Your Lady (Ed Hatch)
1937 – Stand-In (Doug Quintain)
1937 – Dead End (Baby Face Martin)
1937 – San Quentin (Joe ‘Red’ Kennedy)
1937 – Kid Galahad (Turkey Morgan)
1937 – Marked Woman (David Graham)
1937 – The Great O’Malley (John Phillips)
1937 – Black Legion (Frank Taylor)
1936 – Isle of Fury (Valentine ‘Val’ Stevens)
1936 – China Clipper (Hap Stuart)
1936 – Two Against the World (Sherry Scott)
1936 – Bullets or Ballots (Nick ‘Bugs’ Fenner)
1936 – The Petrified Forest (Duke Mantee)
1934 – Midnight (Gar Boni)
1932 – Three on a Match (Harve, Ace’s henchman)
1932 – Big City Blues (Shep Adkins, uncredited)
1932 – Love Affair (Jim Leonard)
1931 – A Holy Terror (Steve Nash)
1931 – Women of All Nations (Stone)
1931 – The Bad Sister (Valentine Corliss)
1931 – Body and Soul (Jim Watson)
1930 – A Devil with Women (Tom Standish)
1930 – Up the River (Steve)

The 1920s

1920 – Life (uncredited Bit Part)