The "Harder They Fall" is a 1956 boxing film noir. It marked Humphrey Bogart 's final film role. He played Eddie Willis, broke after the newspaper he works for goes under, is hired as a public relations man by a boxing promoter, Nick, who has recruited a towering Argentinian named Toro. Despite Toro's lack of fighting ability, Nick plans to use his size as a gimmick to draw fans to his fights. Unknown to Toro and his manager all of his fights are fixed to make the public believe that he is a talented boxer. Eddie feels misgivings about the scheme, but the lure of a huge payday is enough to make him ignore the venture's dishonesty. He is able to spin Toro as a legitimate up-and-comer even when his first fight goes so disastrously wrong that the boxing commission threatens to open an investigation.

"The Left Hand of God" is a 1955 film set at a small American mission in China in 1947 during a time of a civil war. It stared Humphrey Bogart masquerading as a Catholic priest and Gene Tierney in the role of a nurse.

"The Caine Mutiny" is a 1954 film depicting the events on board a fictitious World War II U.S. Navy minesweeper and a subsequent court-martial for mutiny. It stared Humphrey Bogart as the captain of the USS Caine.

"The African Queen" is a 1951 film set in German East Africa at the beginning of World War I. The film stars Humphrey Bogart (who won the Academy Award for Best Actor – his only Oscar), and Katharine Hepburn.

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