Friday, July 10, 2009

Dryden Theatre: Key Largo

There isn't enough I can say about Humphrey Bogart. But you haven't really appreciated him until you've seen him on the big screen. KEY LARGO is one of his best, and it's playing at the Dryden Theatre tonight, so catch it if you can. It re-teams Bogart with his MALTESE FALCON director John Huston, and adds noir vets Lauren Bacall (DARK PASSAGE), Edward G. Robinson (SCARLET STREET) and Claire Trevor (MURDER, MY SWEET) for good measure.

1 comment:

Charles benoit said...

I saw a short documentary on Edward G. Robinson the other night - man, that guy was in everything.