"Gaslight" "In her autobiography, Ingrid Bergman called Charles Boyer the most intelligent actor she ever worked with and one of the nicest. "He was widely read and well educated, and so different," she wrote.
Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, and Alfred Hitchcock taking a Break, 1946. Color by Jorge Henrique Martins
“It’s been misspelt a lot. He decided on it. It’s not Bog-ey. He (friend Spencer Tracy) signed with an -ie. And that’s good enough for me.” - Humphrey Bogart on Spencer Tracy giving him the nickname Bogie
Bogie and Eddie playfully on the set of 1948’s “Key Largo”
Humphrey Bogart & Katharine Hepburn -London “That woman is sensational. I’ll tell you frankly, she used to irritate the bejeepers out of me with all that ‘mahvelous’ talk. But when I got to know her I found out she’s one helluva dame.” -Bogart on Hepburn