The American Film Institute has ranked Humphrey Bogart as its number-one American Screen Legend, the greatest male star in the history of American cinema. Bogart's powerful, varied performances, and his distinctive face and voice, all helped him gain that status.
Plus he was in some great movies! And those movies had wonderful scores, such as Max Steiner's music for "Casablanca," Adolph Deutsch's score for "The Maltese Falcon," and Frederick Hollander's music for "Sabrina." David Garland presents these and other scores composed to accompany Humphrey Bogart's indelible performances.