Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable
Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable

Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and tv Hollywood advertising, wall art picture, Americana collectable

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Vintage Humphrey Bogart movie mirror, sirocco, film and TV, Hollywood, advertising, wall art, picture, Americana

Humphrey DeForest Bogart (December 25, 1899 – January 14, 1957), colloquially nicknamed Bogie, was an American actor. His performances in classic Hollywood cinema films made him an American cultural icon. In 1999, the American Film Institute selected Bogart as classic American cinema's most excellent male star.

In a stylish vintage Bogart movie mirror advertising sirocco film, American expatriate Harry Smith gets caught up in the war between the French forces and the Syrian rebels. He sells weapons to the rebels and gets arrested by the French.

Mid-coloured wooden frame with gold edging.

Excellent vintage condition with minimum signs of patina.

Height: 33cm
Length: 22cm
Width: 2cm

Bogart began acting in Broadway shows. Debuting in film in The Dancing Town (1928), he appeared in supporting roles for over a decade, regularly portraying gangsters. He was praised for his work as Duke Mantee in The Petrified Forest (1936). Bogart also received positive reviews for his performance as gangster Hugh "Baby Face" Martin in Dead End (1937), directed by William Wyler.

His breakthrough came in High Sierra (1941), and he catapulted to stardom as the lead in The Maltese Falcon (1941), considered one of the first great noir films. Bogart's private detectives, Sam Spade (in The Maltese Falcon) and Philip Marlowe (in 1946's The Big Sleep) became the models for detectives in other noir films. In 1947, he played a War hero in another "noir" film, "Dead Reckoning", tangled in a dangerous Web of brutality and violence as he investigates his friend's murder, co-starring Lizabeth Scott. His first romantic lead role was memorable, pairing him with Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca (1942), earning him his first nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor.