To Have and Have Not (Howard Hawks, 1944)
Humphrey Bogart, Laureen Bacall
During World War II, American expatriate Harry Morgan helps transport a French Resistance leader and his beautiful wife to Martinique while romancing a sensuous lounge singer.
This has almost nothing to with Ernest Hemingway's novel. For example, the novel ends with Harry Morgan's death. The film has a happy ending.
It's simply a vehicle for Humphrey Bogart (playing himself, as usual) and his wife, who was 25 years younger. It's rubbish.
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