A good, solid biography. However, if you've read a few Bogie biographies, you've read pretty much everything captured here. There are a few insights but only a few. Far more interesting was the biography done by Humphrey's son Stephen Bogart.
I was dazzled by the introduction, but the rest of the book is a pretty ordinary biography, seemingly from secondary sources. My first book about Bogie, readable, worth the effort.
Well written but little insight.
What is the secret of Bogart's enduring appeal?
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