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To Have & Have Not

Humphrey Bogart , Lauren Bacall , Howard Hawks    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
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Yes, it's true: you can virtually see Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall falling for each other in this Howard Hawks variation on Casablanca but adapted from--as legend has it--Ernest Hemingway's self-declared "worst novel." (The story goes that Hawks told Hemingway he could make a movie of the author's least work, and Hemingway gave him the rights to this story.) The script by William Faulkner and Jules Furthman actually makes this one of Hawks's and Bogart's most interesting and often exciting films. Bogart plays a boat captain who reluctantly agrees to help the French Resistance while wooing chanteuse Bacall. Hoagy Carmichael, wry at the piano, adds a delicious accent to an already wonderful mood. --Tom Keogh

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4.0 out of 5 stars An era remembered - with pleasure Oct. 30 2009
Personally, I find myself annoyed when Reviewers comment adversely about the quality of 'old' movies.This isn't to deny that the quality - generally - isn't up to current standards - BUT, neither was the original print! The technology involved in film-making has improved immeasurably over the years.

Bogie and Bacall worked - together - mainly in the 40's and early 50's - even the first run of their movies was to see blotches, scratches and streaks etc., on the screen. It is hardly surprising that modern copies are not 100% perfect.

Considering everything, the standards, I find, are quite acceptable. The big thing is that the performances of the actors - when dealing with people like Bogie and Bacall - is superlative in every way. Today, in many cases, films become famous for spectacular 'effects' and other 'tricks'. In the (Good) Old Days, actors HAD to act for the film to be noticed above the 'crowd'.

Bogie and Bacall were consummate actors and these films showed their talents to advantage. While they excelled in Key Largo, To Have & Have Not, and the Big Sleep - ALL EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD MOVIES - even Bogie and Bacall couldn't completely overcome the puerile script of Dark Passage - although they gave it a good try!

All in all, great entertainment!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A change of Pace Nov. 6 2013
By Roller
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The films in this box set make a good change of pace from other movies. If someone is looking to Cozy up on the Couch and relax with some old movies, I would recommend this DVD set.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Bogart-Bacall classic May 23 2013
Best remembered as the film which showed Bogart and Bacall falling in love on screen, To Have and Have Not deserves its reputation as a classic for its own merits. Great director Howard Hawks, as usual, uses a set of relationships to explore moral values. In this case, the relationships are between Humphrey Bogart as a deep-sea fishing boat captain in Vichy-controlled Martinique, who is approached by the Free French for help in their resistance, Walter Brennan, as Bogart's alcoholic sidekick, and Lauren Bacall as a femme fatale working her way from port to port: what's explored is the moral paradox that in order to keep your independence, you have to accept responsibility for others. Very loosely based on what Hawks and Hemingway reportedly agreed was Hemingway's worst novel, the film also features Hoagy Carmichael as a saloon pianist, and introduced his song "Baltimore Oriole," which becomes a sort of sound track Leitmotif. A hugely entertaining film with great lines, terrific atmosphere and a serious undercurrent, recommended for all. The 2003 Warner Home Video DVD, on which this review is based, is a very good transfer.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent starring characters Jan. 14 2013
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Very good entertainment, great value for this package

Yes, I would recommend this collection to families & friends

I am over 13 years old
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By J. Lovins TOP 50 REVIEWER
Warner Bros. Pictures presents "TO HAVE AN HAVE NOT" (1944) (106 min/B&W) -- Starring Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, Lauren Bacall & Sheldon Leonard

Directed by Howard Hawks

"To Have and Have Not" is notable mainly for an electric first teaming of soon-to-be marrieds Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, and this free adaptation of a Hemingway story gives the stars plenty of time to shine. Bacall in particular steals the show with her checkered suits and her husky voice 'You know how to whistle, don't you? Put your lips together and blow.'

The interplay between Bogey and Bacall is some of the most unforced, natural acting ever to grace the big screen. And what could be sexier than Bacall's flirting before they kissed? One not to be missed.

The film works because of the great cast. Bogart does "downbeat but ultimately heroic" better than many others and he does it well here - tough, smart and morally challenged. Bacall has less of a character to speak of but she makes up for that by sheer force of personality; The two fell in love during the film and it does show on screen, with a great chemistry and real sexual tension between them - a heavy amount of classic scenes and hot moments also helps.

And then there's Walter Brennan, who takes a second-string role and turns it into a delight at every turn. He's a lush who can't string two thoughts together, and yet he sees all, knows all, and tells too much to the wrong people. And that walk! The booze, the sea, and the years, all rolled into one gait that's both wavering and seaworthy.

The great composer musician Hoagy Carmichael puts in an appearance as Cricket, the entertaining pianist at the hotel lounge. Flawlessly there are three musical numbers. Still remember Mr.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Magic Sept. 28 2011
By Ed Duplissie TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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It has been 67 years since this movie was made and the scenes with Bacall and Bogart are still full of spark and magic. These two stars, along with the wonderful charactor actor Walter Brennan, make this a great movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Bogart's best movie Nov. 18 2007
By dzan
I've watched this movie at least 10 times in the last couple of years and consider it one of the finest movies ever. The chemistry between Bogart and Bacall and the amazing character actors is Hollywood at its best. The music by Hoagy Carmichael is superb and fits in well with the story. Obviously it stands up to repeated viewings and how anyone can think that Casablanca is a better movie is beyond me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bogie and Bacall at their best together
This was billed as "Hemingway's To Have and Have Not," but if there is one thing it isn't, it isn't Hemingway's novel. Read more
Published on Aug. 8 2007 by Dennis Littrell
4.0 out of 5 stars An H & H production
The success of this picture was apparently a little embarassing to the legendary director Howard Hawks. Read more
Published on July 7 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars Works because of Bogie and Bacall's chemistry.
In my opinion, this movie's story is not all that interesting or original. As it's been said many times, To Have and Have Not is essentially Casablanca's twin sister, and bares... Read more
Published on June 11 2004 by R. Graff
5.0 out of 5 stars The first meeting of this immortal couple
Bogart in his well known of anti hero owner-operator of charter boat in wartime Martinique.
The essential inner values about the freedom however don't tie Bogart with anyone... Read more
Published on June 5 2004 by Hiram Gomez Pardo
5.0 out of 5 stars The movie that introduced Bogart to Bacall & us now on DVD!
Warner BrothersEnterainment does an outstanding job an converting this classic to DVD.
This was one of Hollywoods immortal romantic couples along with Gable and Lombard and... Read more
Published on May 4 2004 by forrie
2.0 out of 5 stars Thank Goodness for Bogart and Bacall
Someday, someone will successfully explain how an entire generation of film critics fooled themselves and their readers into thinking that director Howard Hawks was a major talent... Read more
Published on April 21 2004 by Charles S. Tashiro
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