Free ↠ Bogart By Ann M. Sperber –

BogartEn El Centenario Del Nacimiento De Humphrey Bogart, Queremos Rendir Homenaje A Este Mito Del Celuloide Con Una Apasionante Biografia Pero Quien Se Escondia Realmente Detras Del Legendario Protagonista De, O El Personaje De Ficcion Ocultaba A Un Ser Ante Todo Abrumado Por La Fama, Que, En La Vida Cotidiana, Llego Incluso A Confundirse Con El Tipo Duro Y Cinico De La Pantalla En Realidad, Humphrey DeForest Bogart Tenia Una Personalidad Conflictiva Si Por Un Lado Estaba El Hombre Educado Y De Excelentes Modales, Inteligente, Culto E Incluso Comprometido Politicamente, Por El Otro Estaba El Bebedor Compulsivo, Conocido Por Sus Peleas Nocturnas Y La Relacion Violenta Con Alguna De Sus Cuatro Esposas Solo Junto A La No Menos Mitica Lauren Bacall, Con Quien Protagonizo Peliculas Memorables Como O, Encontro Algo De La Paz Interior Que Durante Tanto Tiempo Habia Buscado En 1957 Fallecio De Cancer.

Free ↠ Bogart By Ann M. Sperber –
  • Hardcover
  • 366 pages
  • Bogart
  • Ann M. Sperber
  • Spanish
  • 17 August 2018
  • 9788483100912

10 thoughts on “Bogart

  1. says:

    I am huge fan of Bogart or, rather, of his films and film persona, the legendary Bogie , but I found this biography to be somewhat plodding and dull Oddly, it was written by two authors who never met, but who clearly did an extraordinary amount of research one spent 18 months trawling the Warnes Bros Archives and this shows up in the huge level of detail presented here, especially around his dealings with Warners studio boss Jack Warner always called JL here and in his dealings with the CFA Committee for the First Amendment in the HUAC witch hunt era The former battle with the studio is interesting enough, but well known to anyone who has read about Hollywood The latter material is presented as the turning point in both Bogart s film career and of his public image as a man of conscience, after he was forced to recant his defence of the Hollywood 19 by Warner, in order to save his career Overall, though, I found the lack of insight into the great films to be disappointing and the early films prior to his big break in the Maltese Falcon in 1941, when Bogart finally became Bogie, and stopped being killed in the final reel were sketched over very briefly, and I would have been interested in on this and on his early stage career There is also far too much gossip and tangental anecdote telling not always about Bogart even , and though Bogart is presented as a complex man, I felt that the authors did little to increase our understanding of his ...

  2. says:

    Good bio that avoids the usual Hollywood gossip Bogie is revealed as a shy, reserved guy who happened to make a good movie tough guy The sections on the production of his greatest movies and the story of his romance of Lauren Bacall are great fun to read Long for a star bio but worth it.

  3. says:

    I need to re watch some of his movies The Maltese Falcon, To Have and Have Not The Big Sleep, Key Largo Casablanca.

  4. says:

    I found this hard to put down a compelling and well written account of Bogart s often turbulent life Just a shame there isn t detail about some of the earlier movies.

  5. says:

    Solid bio of one of Hollywood s original tough guys Bogie s remarkable career evolved from nondescript supporting roles to being the bad guy knocked off by the final reel to starring in such film classics as The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, The Treasure of Sierra Madre and The African Queen and becoming ...

  6. says:

    If you like Bogey, why aren t you reading this book already If you want to see behind the curtain, this is probably the one to buy As complex and fascinating a character as you might imagine, this book shows you everything that is possible His upbringing, comfortable but unhappy The early struggling actor years, the stardom late in life The highs and the lows Bogey was as sad offscreen as on His is ...

  7. says:

    I have seen a half dozen Bogart films, and they re all top shelf classics I didn t think he could carry a 500 page biography on the basis of that, but he does What the authors get across very well is the industrialized film making process a...

  8. says:

    Reading biographies is always a mixed bag and can be a dangerous thing to do you might read about a person whose work you like and find out they re a dick This book was brilliantly written and only made me interested in and better disposed toward an actor I already liked and res...

  9. says:

    I love old film biographies and really wanted to learn about this fascinating actor but this book is just to weighty in its approach Very wordy with a lot of minute detail, almost scholarly honestly just not an engaging read.

  10. says:

    For the obsessive Bogart fan or researcher, a must read.

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