Humphrey Bogart

Humphrey Bogart

Highest Rated: 100% The Harder They Fall (1956)

Lowest Rated: 67% Dead Reckoning (1947)

Birthday: Dec 25, 1899

Birthplace: New York City, New York

The quintessential tough guy, Humphrey Bogart remains one of Hollywood's most enduring legends and one of the most beloved stars of all time. While a major celebrity during his own lifetime, Bogart's appeal has grown almost exponentially in the years following his death, and his inimitable onscreen persona -- hard-bitten, cynical, and enigmatic -- continues to cast a monumental shadow over the motion picture landscape. Sensitive yet masculine, cavalier yet heroic, his ambiguities and contradictions combined to create a larger-than-life image which remains the archetype of the contemporary antihero. Humphrey DeForest Bogart was born December 25, 1899, in New York City. Upon expulsion from Andover, Massachusetts' Phillips Academy, he joined the U.S. Navy during World War I, serving as a ship's gunner. While roughhousing on the vessel's wooden stairway, he tripped and fell, a splinter becoming lodged in his upper lip; the result was a scar as well as partial paralysis of the lip, resulting in the tight-set mouth and lisp that became among his most distinctive onscreen qualities. (For years his injuries were attributed to wounds suffered in battle, although the splinter story is now more commonly accepted.) After the war, Bogart returned to New York to accept a position on Broadway as a theatrical manager; beginning in 1920, he also started appearing onstage, but earned little notice within the performing community. In the late '20s, Bogart followed a few actor friends who had decided to relocate to Hollywood. He made his first film appearance opposite Helen Hayes in the 1928 short The Dancing Town, followed by the 1930 feature Up the River, which cast him as a hard-bitten prisoner. Warner Bros. soon signed him to a 550-dollars-a-week contract, and over the next five years he appeared in dozens of motion pictures, emerging as the perfect heavy in films like 1936's The Petrified Forest, 1937's Dead End, and 1939's The Roaring Twenties. The 1939 tearjerker Dark Victory, on the other hand, offered Bogart the opportunity to break out of his gangster stereotype, and he delivered with a strong performance indicative of his true range and depth as a performer. The year 1941 proved to be Bogart's breakthrough year, as his recent success brought him to the attention of Raoul Walsh for the acclaimed High Sierra. He was then recruited by first-time director John Huston, who cast him in the adaptation of Dashiell Hammett's The Maltese Falcon; as gumshoe Sam Spade, Bogart enjoyed one of his most legendary roles, achieving true stardom and establishing the archetype for all hardboiled heroes to follow. A year later he accepted a lead in Michael Curtiz's romantic drama Casablanca. The end result was one of the most beloved films in the Hollywood canon, garnering Bogart his first Academy Award nomination as well as an Oscar win in the Best Picture category. Bogart then teamed with director Howard Hawks for his 1944 adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's To Have and Have Not, appearing for the first time opposite actress Lauren Bacall. Their onscreen chemistry was electric, and by the time they reunited two years later in Hawks' masterful film noir The Big Sleep, they had also married in real life. Subsequent pairings in 1947's Dark Passage and 1948's Key Largo cemented the Bogey and Bacall pairing as one of the screen's most legendary romances. His other key relationship remained his frequent collaboration with Huston, who helmed 1948's superb The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. In Huston, Bogart found a director sympathetic to his tough-as-nails persona who was also capable of subverting that image. He often cast the actor against type, to stunning effect; under Huston's sure hand, he won his lone Oscar in 1951's The African Queen.Bogart's other pivotal director of the period was Nicholas Ray, who helmed 1949's Knock on Any Door and 1950's brilliant In a Lonely Place for the star's production company Santana. After reuniting with Huston in 1953's Beat t

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No Score Yet Tcm Presents Casablanca 70th Anniversary Event Encore Actor 2012
No Score Yet Biography: Humphrey Bogart - Behind the Legend Actor 2006
No Score Yet D-Day Remembered Actor 2004
No Score Yet The Fabulous '50s Actor 2002
No Score Yet Best of Film Noir Actor 2000
No Score Yet Bacall on Bogart Actor 1988
No Score Yet Dealers in Death: Murder and Mayhem in America Actor 1984
100% The Harder They Fall Eddie Willis 1956
No Score Yet The Left Hand of God Jim Carmody 1955
86% The Desperate Hours Glenn Griffin 1955
No Score Yet We're No Angels Joseph 1955
92% Sabrina Linus Larrabee 1954
92% The Caine Mutiny Capt. Queeg 1954
No Score Yet The Love Lottery Himself 1954
100% The Barefoot Contessa Harry Dawes 1954
75% Beat the Devil Producer Billy Dannreuther 1953
No Score Yet Battle Circus Maj. Jed Webbe 1953
86% Deadline - U.S.A. Ed Hutcheson 1952
71% Road to Bali Charlie Allnut 1952
98% The African Queen Charlie Allnut 1951
88% The Enforcer Dist. Atty. Martin Ferguson 1951
No Score Yet Sirocco Harry Smith 1951
98% In a Lonely Place Dixon Steele 1950
No Score Yet Hollywood Without Makeup Actor 1950
No Score Yet Chain Lightning Lt. Col. Matthew "Matt" Brennan 1950
No Score Yet Tokyo Joe Joseph 'Joe' Barrett 1949
70% Knock on Any Door Andrew Morton 1949
100% The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Fred C. Dobbs 1948
97% Key Largo Frank McCloud 1948
93% Dark Passage Vincent Parry 1947
No Score Yet The Two Mrs. Carrolls Geoffrey Carroll 1947
67% Dead Reckoning Capt. 'Rip' Murdock 1947
97% The Big Sleep Philip Marlowe 1946
No Score Yet Conflict Richard Mason 1945
97% To Have and Have Not Harry Morgan 1944
No Score Yet Passage to Marseille Jean Matrac 1944
100% Sahara Sgt. Joe Gunn 1943
No Score Yet Thank Your Lucky Stars Specialty 1943
No Score Yet Action in the North Atlantic Lt. Joe Rossi 1943
98% Casablanca Rick Blaine 1942
No Score Yet Across the Pacific Richard Leland 1942
100% All Through the Night Gloves Donahue 1941
100% The Maltese Falcon Sam Spade 1941
No Score Yet The Wagons Roll At Night Nick Coster 1941
95% High Sierra Roy Earle 1941
96% They Drive by Night Paul Fabrini 1940
No Score Yet Brother Orchid Jack Buck 1940
No Score Yet It All Came True Grasselli/Chips Maguire 1940
No Score Yet Virginia City John Murrell 1940
No Score Yet Invisible Stripes Chuck Martin 1939
No Score Yet The Return of Doctor X Dr. Maurice Xavier/Marshall Quesne 1939
86% Dark Victory Michael O'Leary 1939
No Score Yet The Oklahoma Kid Whip McCord 1939
100% The Roaring Twenties George Hally 1939
No Score Yet King of the Underworld Joe Gurney 1939
No Score Yet The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse 'Rocks' Valentine 1938
No Score Yet Men Are Such Fools Harry Galleon 1938
No Score Yet Crime School Mark Braden 1938
No Score Yet Swing Your Lady Ed Hatch 1938
100% Angels with Dirty Faces James Frazier 1938
No Score Yet Racket Busters John `Czar' Martin 1938
No Score Yet Stand-In Douglas Quintain 1937
90% Dead End Baby Face Martin 1937
No Score Yet San Quentin Joe 'Red' Kennedy 1937
No Score Yet Kid Galahad Turkey Morgan 1937
No Score Yet The Great O'Malley John Phillips 1937
No Score Yet Black Legion Frank Taylor 1937
100% Marked Woman David Graham 1937
No Score Yet Isle of Fury Valentine 'Val' Stevens 1936
No Score Yet Bullets or Ballots 'Bugs' Fenner 1936
100% The Petrified Forest Duke Mantee 1936
No Score Yet China Clipper Actor 1936
No Score Yet Call It Murder Garboni 1934
No Score Yet Three on a Match Harve the Mug 1932
No Score Yet Love Affair Jim Leonard 1932
No Score Yet Up the River Steve Jordan 1930

QUOTES FROM Humphrey Bogart CHARACTERS

Sam Spade says: When I slap you, you'll take it and like it.

Maj. Heinrich Strasser says: What is your nationality?

Rick Blaine says: I'm a drunkard.

Capt. Louis Renault says: That makes Rick a citizen of the world.

Rick Blaine says: Last night we said a great many things. You said I was to do the thinking for both of us. Well, I've done a lot of it since then, and it all adds up to one thing: you're getting on that plane with Victor where you belong.

Ilsa says: But, Richard, no, I... I...

Rick Blaine says: Now, you've got to listen to me! You have any idea what you'd have to look forward to if you stayed here? Nine chances out of ten, we'd both wind up in a concentration camp. Isn't that true, Louie?

Capt. Louis Renault says: I'm afraid Major Strasser would insist.

Ilsa says: You're saying this only to make me go.

Rick Blaine says: I'm saying it because it's true. Inside of us, we both know you belong with Victor. You're part of his work, the thing that keeps him going. If that plane leaves the ground and you're not with him, you'll regret it. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of your life.

Ilsa says: But what about us?

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris. We didn't have, we, we lost it until you came to Casablanca. We got it back last night.

Ilsa says: When I said I would never leave you.

Harry Morgan says: Before, they tried to get Eddie drunk. Now they're trying a different approach--they're withholding liquor.

Helene De Bursac says: I don't know if I could ever object to something you did.

Harry Morgan says: Another screwy dame!

Sam Spade says: [To Brigid] You're not gonna go around the room straightening things and poking the fire again, are you?

Sam Spade says: You're not gonna go around the room straightening things and poking the fire again, are you?

Douglas Quintain says: Hey honey, if you could cook, I'd marry ya.

Atterbury Dodd says: ...Precisely.

Atterbury Dodd says: Precisely.

Koslofski says: Mr. Quintain, you will please do me the courtesy of not making love to my fiancee... in my presence.

Douglas Quintain says: Listen, slug. I was making love to your fiancee long before they lifted that wet rock and you crawled out.

Sam Spade says: Put the pot on, will you angel. I don't like to leave our guests.

Sam Spade says: When a man's partner is killed, he's supposed to do something about it. It doesn't make any difference what you thought of him. He was your partner and you're supposed to do something about it. And it happens we're in the detective business. Well, when one of your organization gets killed, it's-it's bad business to let the killer get away with it, bad all around, bad for every detective everywhere.

Sam Spade says: We didn't exactly believe your story, Miss O'Shaughnessy. We believed your 200 dollars. I mean, you paid us more than if you had been telling us the truth, and enough more to make it all right.

Joel Cairo says: You will take say, $100.

Sam Spade says: No, I will take say $200.

Harry Morgan says: Johnson's my client.

Marie Browning (Slim) says: He doesn't speak so well of you.

Harry Morgan says: He's still my client. You ought to pick on someone to steal from who doesn't owe me money.

Eddie Willis says: You're not even a tenth rate fighter. You're what they call a bum

Eddie Willis says: You're not even a tenth rate fighter. You're what they call a bum.

Duke Mantee says: [as a sarcastic toast] Here's happy days.

Duke Mantee says: Here's happy days.

Gramp Maple says: Yes sir; certainly does feel great to have a real killer around here again!

Gramp Maple says: Yes sir. Certainly does feel great to have a real killer around here again!

Alan Squier says: Yes, it's pleasant to be back again - amongst the living.

Agnes Lowzier says: Wish me luck copper,I got a raw deal

Agnes Lowzier says: Wish me luck, Copper. I got a raw deal.

Philip Marlowe says: Your kind always does

Philip Marlowe says: Your kind always does.

Philip Marlowe says: You do sell books don't you?

Agnes Lowzier says: What do those look like ,grapefruit?

Agnes Lowzier says: What do those look like? Grapefruit?

Linus Larrabee says: No man walk's alone from choice

Linus Larrabee says: No man walk's alone from choice.

Rick Blaine says: I died young, of lung cancer.

Rick Blaine says: Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris.

Rick Blaine says: Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Sam Spade says: When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it.

Sam Spade says: The stuff that dreams are made of.

Rick Blaine says: Here's looking at you, kid.

Yvonne says: Where were you last night?

Rick Blaine says: That's so long ago, I don't remember.

Yvonne says: Will I see you tonight?

Rick Blaine says: I never make plans that far ahead

Rick Blaine says: I never make plans that far ahead.

Charlie Allnut says: Oh, I'm not worried miss. Gave myself up for dead back where we started.

Rick Blaine says: Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Sam Spade says: play it again Sam.

Sam Spade says: Play it again Sam.

Martin Ferguson says: "Cmon, Miss Vetto. I want to see the look on Mendozas face when he looks into those big blue eyes."

Martin Ferguson says: Cmon, Miss Vetto. I want to see the look on Mendozas face when he looks into those big blue eyes.

Sam Spade says: When you’re slapped, you’ll take it and like it.

Sam Spade says: When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it.

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris.

Ugarte says: Heh, you know, watching you just now with the Deutsche Bank, one would think you've been doing this all your life.

Rick Blaine says: Oh, what makes you think I haven't?

Ugarte says: Oh, n-n-n-nothing, but when you first came to Casablanca, I thought...

Rick Blaine says: You thought what?

Ilsa says: You thought what?

Ugarte says: What right do I have to think?

Ugarte says: You despise me don't you?

Rick Blaine says: Well if I gave you any thought I probably would.

Sabrina Fairchild says: All night long I've had the most terrible impulse to do something.

Linus Larrabee says: Oh never resist an impulse, Sabrina. Especially if it's terrible.

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris.

Charlie Allnut says: You can't do that!

Rose Sayer says: How do you know? You never tried it.

Charlie Allnut says: Well yeah, but I never tried shooting myself in the head neither.

Charlie Allnut says: Well I ain't sorry for you no more, ya crazy, psalm-singing , skinny old made!

Charlie Allnut says: Well I ain't sorry for you no more, ya crazy, psalm-singing, skinny old made!

Curtin says: Remember what you said back in Tampico about having to carry that old man out on our backs?

Fred C. Dobbs says: That is when I took him for an ordinary human being, not part goat.

Sam Spade says: If you kill, me how you going to get the bird? And if I know you can't afford to kill me, how you going to scare me into giving it to you?

Kasper Gutman the Fat Man says: Well, sir, there are other means of persuasion besides killing and threatening to kill.

Sam Spade says: Yes, that's . . . That's true. But, there're none of them any good unless the threat of death is behind them. You see what I mean? If you start something, I'll make it a matter of your having to kill me or call it off.

Kasper Gutman the Fat Man says: That's an attitude, sir, that calls for the most delicate judgement on both sides. Because, as you know, sir, in the heat of action men are likely to forget where their best interests lie and let their emotions carry them away.

Sam Spade says: Then the trick from my angle is to make my play strong enough to tie you up, but not to make you mad enough to bump me off against your better judgement.

Kasper Gutman the Fat Man says: By gad, sir, you are a character.

Sam Spade says: Don't be too sure I'm as crooked as I'm suppose to be.

Sam Spade says: I hope they don't hang you, precious, by that sweet neck. Yes, angel, I'm going to send you over. The chances are you'll get off with life. That means if you're a good girl, you'll be out in twenty years. I'll be waiting for you. If they hang you, I'll always remember you.

Joel Cairo says: You always have such a smooth explanation.

Sam Spade says: What to you want me to do, learn to stutter?

Ilsa says: When I said I would never leave you.

Rick Blaine says: And you never will. But, I've got a job to do, too. Where I'm going, you can't follow. What I've got to do, you can't be any part of, Ilsa. I'm no good at being noble, but it doesn't take much to see that the problems of three little people don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. Someday you'll understand that.

Ilsa says: [Ilsa begins to cry.]

Rick Blaine says: Now, now . . .

Rick Blaine says: [Rick gently places his hand under her chin and raises it so their eyes meet.]

Rick Blaine says: Here's looking at you kid.

Rick Blaine says: And remember, this gun is pointed right at your heart.

Capt. Louis Renault says: That is my "least" vulnerable spot.

Capt. Louis Renault says: That is my 'least' vulnerable spot.

Rick Blaine says: Louie, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

Rick Blaine says: Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walls into mine.

Maj. Heinrich Strasser says: Are you one of those people who can not imagine the Germans in their beloved Paris?

Rick Blaine says: It's not particularly my beloved Paris.

Maj. Heinrich Strasser says: Can you image us in London?

Rick Blaine says: When you get there ask me!

Capt. Louis Renault says: Hmmmh! Diplomats!

Maj. Heinrich Strasser says: How about New York?

Rick Blaine says: Well there are certain sections of New York, Major, that I wouldn't advise you to invade.

Ilsa says: Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake.

Sam says: [lying] I don't know what you mean, Miss Ilsa.

Ilsa says: Play it, Sam, Play "As Time Goes By".

Ilsa says: Play it, Sam, Play 'As Time Goes By'.

Sam says: [lying] Oh, I can't remember it, Miss Ilsa. I'm a little rusty on it.

Ilsa says: I'll hum it for you. Da-dy-da-dy-da-dum, da-dy-da-dee-da- dum . . .

Ilsa says: I'll hum it for you. Da-dy-da-dy-da-dum, da-dy-da-dee-da- dum...

Sam says: [Sam begins playing]

Ilsa says: Sing it Sam.

Sam says: [singing] You must remember this / A kiss is but a kiss / A sigh is just a sigh / The fundamental things apply / As time goes by / And when two lovers woo / They still say "I love you" / On that you can rely / No matter what the future brings . . .

Sam says: [singing] You must remember this / A kiss is but a kiss / A sigh is just a sigh / The fundamental things apply / As time goes by / And when two lovers woo / They still say 'I love you' / On that you can rely / No matter what the future brings . . .

Rick Blaine says: [rushing up] Sam, I thought I told you never to play . . . [Sees Ilsa. Sam closes the piano and rolls it away.]

Rick Blaine says: [rushing up] Sam, I thought I told you never to play... [Sees Ilsa] [Sam closes the piano and rolls it away]

Rick Blaine says: [rushing up] Sam, I thought I told you never to play... [sees Ilsa] [Sam closes the piano and rolls it away]

Ilsa says: Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake.

Sam says: [lying] I don't know what you mean, Miss Ilsa.

Ilsa says: Play it, Sam, Play "As Time Goes By".

Sam says: [lying] Oh, I can't remember it, Miss Ilsa. I'm a little rusty on it.

Ilsa says: I'll hum it for you. Da-dy-da-dy-da-dum, da-dy-da-dee-da- dum . . .

Sam says: [Sam begins playing]

Ilsa says: Sing it Sam.

Sam says: [singing] You must remember this / A kiss is but a kiss / A sigh is just a sigh / The fundamental things apply / As time goes by / And when two lovers woo / They still say "I love you" / On that you can rely / No matter what the future brings . . .

Rick Blaine says: [rushing up] Sam, I thought I told you never to play . . . [Sees Ilsa. Sam closes the piano and rolls it away.]

Philip Marlowe says: She tried to sit on my lap while I was standing up.

Vivian Sternwood Rutledge says: I don't like your manners.

Philip Marlowe says: And I'm not crazy about yours. I didn't ask to see you. I don't mind if you don't like my manners. I don't like them myself. They are pretty bad. I grieve over them on long winter evenings. I don't mind your ritzing me drinking you lunch out of the bottle. But don't waste your time trying to cross-examine me.

General Sternwood says: Do you like orchids?

Philip Marlowe says: Not particularly.

General Sternwood says: Ugh. Nasty things. Their flesh is too much like the flesh of men and their perfume has the rotten sweetness of corruption.

Carmen Sternwood says: You're not very tall are you?

Philip Marlowe says: Well, I, uh, I try to be.

Harry Morgan says: [to the Bursacs] Get down on the deck flat and stay there!

Paul de Bursac says: But I don't know what good it will be to try to resist. We will be killed!

Harry Morgan says: Shut up, both of you! Get down on that deck flat! You save France - I want to save my boat!

Rick Blaine says: Go ahead and shoot.You'll be doing me a favor.

Rick Blaine says: Go ahead and shoot. You'll be doing me a favor.

Philip Marlowe says: Thatâ??s right, it is isn't it? You know it just happens I got a bottle of pretty good rye in my pocket. Iâ??d a lot rather get wet in here.

Philip Marlowe says: That's right, it is isn't it? You know it just happens I got a bottle of pretty good rye in my pocket. I'd a lot rather get wet in here.

Book Seller says: Well.... Looks like we're closed for the rest of the afternoon.

Roy Earle says: I wouldn't give you two cents for a dame without a temper.

Gloves Donahue says: [Breaking into building] Personally, I'd feel more comfortable if I had a rod.

Sunshine says: Here lies Sunshine under the sod. That's not odd. He had no rod.

Gloves Donahue says: You know, there are times when I wonder about you.

Gloves Donahue says: Any message?

Barney says: Should I leave out the curse words?

Gloves Donahue says: Yeah.

Barney says: No message.

Gloves Donahue says: Do you remember anything else from your youth?

Sunshine says: Yeah, but they gave me three years to forget.

Leda Hamilton says: [to reporters] Well, I also feel it's about time someone knocked the Axis back on its heels.

Gloves Donahue says: Excuse me, Baby. What she means it's about time someone knocked those heels back on their axis.

Gloves Donahue says: [Sunshine knocks out a Nazi with an ax handle] Very good. Joe DiMaggio couldn't have done better.

Sunshine says: I used to bat .320 at reform school.

Gloves Donahue says: Say, there's more here than meets the FBI.

Fred C. Dobbs says: She's been a lot better to me than any woman I ever knew.

Sam Spade says: The stuff that dreams are made of.

General Sternwood says: How do you like your brandy?

Philip Marlowe says: Just with brandy.

Eddie Bartlett says: He can't be more than fifteen.

George Hally says: He'll never be sixteen. (after shooting a young German soldier)

George Hally says: He'll never be sixteen. [after shooting a young German soldier]

Sam Spade says: This isn't the spot for the school girl act. The pair of us are sitting under the gallows.

Rip Murdock says: I haven't had a good laugh since before Johnny was murdered.....

Rip Murdock says: I haven't had a good laugh since before Johnny was murdered...

Rip Murdock says: Do you think I fell for that fancy tripe you gave me? It's not a new story, baby.... You killed him, why lie?

Rip Murdock says: Do you think I fell for that fancy tripe you gave me? It's not a new story, baby... You killed him, why lie?

Rick Blaine says: Henri wants us to finish this bottle, then three more. He says he'll water his garden with champagne before he lets the Germans drink any of it.

Capt. Louis Renault says: If Rick has the letters, he is much too smart to let us find them there (in the Cafe).

Capt. Louis Renault says: If Rick has the letters, he is much too smart to let us find them there. [in the Cafe]

Maj. Heinrich Strasser says: You give him credit for too much cleverness. My impression was he's just another blundering American.

Capt. Louis Renault says: We mustn't underestimate American blundering. I was with them when they blundered into Berlin in 1918.

Vance Irby says: Theres a Union spy in town (speaking of Flynn).....

Vance Irby says: Theres a Union spy in town. [speaking of Flynn]

Kerry Bradford says: I want you, your gold and your friends. (on discovering the secret shipment of gold to the South.)

Kerry Bradford says: I want you, your gold and your friends. [on discovering the secret shipment of gold to the South]

Vance Irby says: They may get me, but thats not important, its the gold thats important.

John Murrell says: You should remember doctor, its not the first time I was here. (arriving with a bullit in arm).

John Murrell says: You should remember doctor, its not the first time I was here. [arriving with a bullit in arm]

John Murrell says: I'm hoping you aren't thinking of collecting this reward ( a bounty is on Murrell's head).

John Murrell says: I'm hoping you aren't thinking of collecting this reward [a bounty is on Murrell's head]

Dr. Cameron says: What do think this is? a sideshow?

Rick Blaine says: Looks like beginning of a beautiful friendship!

Rick Blaine says: Looks like another beginning of a beautiful friendship!

Rick Blaine says: Louis, this looks like the beginning of of a beautiful friendship.

Charlie Allnut says: Leeches ahhhh!

Rick Blaine says: Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world she walks into mine.

Ilsa says: Play it Sam, let me hear 'As Time Goes By'.

Sam says: [to Illsa] You're no good for him, you're bad luck.

Rick Blaine says: They grab Ugarte and she walks in. Well, thats the way it goes, one in one out.

Capt. Louis Renault says: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects.

Carl Headwaiter says: The second largest? That wouldn't impress Rick. The leading banker in Amsterdam is now the pastry chef in our kitchen.

Harry Morgan says: [Slim kisses Steve] What did you do that for?

Harry Morgan says: [slim kisses Steve] What did you do that for?

Marie Browning (Slim) says: I've been wondering if I'd like it.

Harry Morgan says: What's the decision?

Marie Browning (Slim) says: I don't know yet. [They kiss again] It's even better when you help.

Marie Browning (Slim) says: I don't know yet. [they kiss again] It's even better when you help.

Rick Blaine says: Play it, Sam.

Sam says: Sir...

Rick Blaine says: If she can stand it, so can I. Play it!

Wilmer Cook says: Keep on riding me and they're gonna be picking iron out of your liver.

Sam Spade says: The cheaper the crook, the gaudier the patter.

Capt. Louis Renault says: [after Rick pulls a gun on him] Have you lost your mind?

Rick Blaine says: I have. Sit down!

Capt. Louis Renault says: Put that gun down!

Rick Blaine says: I don't want to shoot you, but I will if you take one more step!

Capt. Louis Renault says: [With amusement] Under the circumstances I will sit down.

Rick Blaine says: [reading] Are my eyes really brown?

Sam Spade says: You're a good man, sister.

Sam Spade says: When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it.

Rick Blaine says: "Here's looking at you, kid."

Rick Blaine says: Here's looking at you, kid.

Rick Blaine says: (when asked his nationality) "I'm a Drunkard."

Rick Blaine says: [when asked his nationality] I'm a Drunkard.

Rick Blaine says: If that plane leaves the ground and you're not with him, you'll regret it. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of your life.

Ilsa says: But what about us?

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris. We didn't have it before...we'd...we'd lost it until you came to Casablanca. We got it back last night.

Ilsa says: When I said I would never leave you...

Rick Blaine says: And you never will. But I've got a job to do too. Where I'm going, you can't follow. What I've got to do, you can't be any part of. Ilsa, I'm no good at being noble, but it doesn't take much to see that the problems of three little people don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. Someday you'll understand that. Here's looking at you, kid.

Rick Blaine says: I came to Casablanca for the waters.

Capt. Louis Renault says: Waters?! We're in a DESERT!

Rick Blaine says: I was misinformed.

Rick Blaine says: "Louis, I think this the beginning of a beautiful friendship."

Rick Blaine says: Louis, I think this the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Ugarte says: Heh, you know, watching you just now with the Deutsche Bank, one would think you've been doing this all your life.

Rick Blaine says: Oh, what makes you think I haven't?

Ugarte says: Oh, nothing, but when you first came to Casablanca, I thought...

Rick Blaine says: You thought what?

Ugarte says: Huh, what right do I have to think?

Rick Blaine says: Here's looking at you, kid.

Rick Blaine says: play it again sam

Rick Blaine says: Play it again Sam.

Ilsa says: Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake. Play 'As Time Goes By.'

Rick Blaine says: We'll always have Paris.

Capt. Louis Renault says: What in heaven's name brought you to Casablanca?

Rick Blaine says: My health. I came to Casablanca for the waters.

Capt. Louis Renault says: The waters? What waters? We're in the desert.

Rick Blaine says: I was misinformed.

Rick Blaine says: Of all the Gin Joints in all the world... She had to walk into mine

Rick Blaine says: Of all the Gin Joints in all the world. She had to walk into mine.

Rick Blaine says: Go ahead and shoot. You'll be doing me a favor.

General Sternwood says: How do you like your brandy, sir?

Philip Marlowe says: In a glass.

Dixon Steele says: "There is no sacrifice too great for a chance at immortality."

Dixon Steele says: There is no sacrifice too great for a chance at immortality."

Sam Spade says: You're good, you're very good.

Dixon Steele says: I was born when she kissed me. I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me.

Capt. Philip Francis Queeg says: Ah, but the strawberries! That's, that's where I had them.