7 comments on “To Have and Have Not (1944)

  1. I definitely prefer this movie to CASABLANCA, although I’m also a fan of Ingrid Bergman. I’m just always suspicious of films that are seen as so iconic. I love Bacall here because she had an intelligent sexuality, rather than the just plain dumb blonde giddiness I despise. I’d like to read the Hemingway original – it’s about the Great Depression, rather than WWII, thus the title. I’d def. be imagining Bogie and Bacall as the characters, though!


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