OverviewTHEY DRIVE BY NIGHT (1940): George Raft and Humphrey Bogart share a driving ambition in a feisty tale of brothers trying to make it as independent truckers in this fine example of Warner Bros. social-conscience filmmaking. Ann Sheridan and Ida Lupino also star. ACROSS THE PACIFIC (1942): In this wartime thriller, Bogart plays U.S. counterspy Rick, who trades barbs with Mary Astor, matches wits with Sydney Greenstreet and swaps bullets with saboteurs of the Panama Canal. John Huston directs this reunion of the three stars of The Maltese Falcon. ACTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC (1943): This World War II salute to Allied forces stars Bogart as First Officer Joe Rossi, who, along with his captain (Raymond Massey), matches tactics with U-boats and the Luftwaffe. The tactics are so on target that this became a Merchant Marine training film. PASSAGE TO MARSEILLE (1944): Bogart reunites with director Michael Curtiz and other key Casablanca personnel for a tension- and controversy-swept story of a French patriot who escapes Devil's Island, survives a dangerous freighter voyage and becomes a gunner in the Free French Air Corps.
Humphrey Bogart, George Raft, Mary Astor, Claude Rains, Raoul Walsh