History Film / ToHaveAndHaveNot

7th Mar '17 11:31:46 AM lipranzer
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* NiceToTheWaiter: Harry's opinion of Johnson drops even lower when Johnson insults Horatio (who works on the boat) and Eddie. OTOH, when Marie meets Eddie, she readily engages him with his "Was you bit by a dead bee?" stories, which makes Harry like her even more.
21st Jan '17 10:58:04 PM GhostOfAGeek
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''To Have and Have Not'' is a 1944 drama set during WorldWarII, starring HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall, and directed by Creator/HowardHawks.

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''To Have and Have Not'' is a 1944 drama set during WorldWarII, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, starring HumphreyBogart Creator/HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall, Creator/LaurenBacall, and directed by Creator/HowardHawks.




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13th Jan '17 12:26:25 AM benda
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Part of the lyrics of the song, "Am I Blue?"; "Was I gay until today?"

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Part of the lyrics of the song, "Am I Blue?"; "Was I gay until today?"today?" Even more hilarious for the viewers from ex-USSR, since in Russian "blue" is still a popular slang word for gays.
11th Jan '17 8:28:29 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: As the movie was filmed during World War II, Creator/HowardHawks moved the setting from Cuba to Vichy-controlled Martinique to placate the Roosevelt administration. They objected to the unfavorable portrayal of Cuba's government as against the government's "Good Neighbor" policy toward Latin American nations.
11th Jan '17 8:26:22 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* AffectionateNickname: Harry and Marie call each other Steve and Slim.


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* GladHesOnOurSide: "I'm glad you're on our side." (said twice)


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* KnightInSourArmour: Harry is as world-weary as you'd imagine a Bogart character in a Hemingway story to be.
* KubrickStare: Played for sexy by Bacall, reportedly because Bacall was nervous about working with Bogey and was trying to keep from shaking. Considering that they later got married, that's adorable.


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* LoserFriendPuzzlesOutsiders: Eddie always begs Harry to give him some money so he can visit a bar. Nobody understands why he keeps having contact with this loser, but Harry explains that the man once helped him out in the past and now he feels responsible for him.


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* WolfWhistle: Famously done when Slim instructs Harry: "You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and blow." When she's gone, he tries it, and produces a wolf whistle.
25th Dec '16 2:52:03 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* LesCollaboratoures: The government of Martinique takes its orders from the Vichy regime.

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* LesCollaboratoures: LesCollaborateurs: The government of Martinique takes its orders from the Vichy regime.
25th Dec '16 2:51:23 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* LesCollaboratoures: The government of Martinique takes its orders from the Vichy regime.
6th Nov '16 12:35:26 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* {{Badass}}: Harry. - ZCE
23rd May '16 8:19:38 AM Mdumas43073
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''To Have and Have Not'' is a drama set during WorldWarII, starring HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall, and directed by Creator/HowardHawks.

Harry Morgan is an expatriate fishing boat captain living in Martinique, which is controlled by the French [[TheEmpire Vichy government]], which of course at the time supported [[ThoseWackyNazis the Nazis]]. He and his [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] partner Eddie (Walter Brennan) take an American businessman named Johnson out fishing, and are unsuccessful, due to Johnson's poor ability. When they get back to the hotel they're staying at, Johnson promises to pay Harry the money he owes him the next morning, when he gets to go to the bank. At the hotel, the owner, Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) tells Harry some friends of his want to hire him, but knowing it's part of the resistance movement Frenchy belongs to, Harry turns him down, even when Frenchy's friends approach him. Also at the hotel, Harry ends up meeting Marie (Bacall), another expatriate, and they immediately become attracted to one another. She also ends up stealing Johnson's wallet, which is how Harry finds out Johnson actually had enough money in traveler's checks to pay him, but was planning to skip town. When Harry confronts him, Johnson sheepishly starts to sign over the traveler's checks when a shootout happens between Frenchy's friends and the police. Two of Frenchy's friends escape, but the others are killed, and Johnson is also caught in the crossfire and killed. Captain Renard (Dan Seymour), the head Gestapo in the area, brings Harry and Marie in for questioning; he's satisfied for the moment they had nothing to do with the resistance men, but insists on taking Harry's passport and his money, even the money Harry had taken from Johnson (since he died before signing the checks).

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''To Have and Have Not'' is a 1944 drama set during WorldWarII, starring HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall, and directed by Creator/HowardHawks.

Harry Morgan (Bogart) is an expatriate fishing boat captain living in Martinique, which is controlled by the French [[TheEmpire Vichy government]], which of course at the time supported [[ThoseWackyNazis the Nazis]]. He and his [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] partner Eddie (Walter Brennan) take an American businessman named Johnson out fishing, and are unsuccessful, due to Johnson's poor ability. When they get back to the hotel they're staying at, Johnson promises to pay Harry the money he owes him the next morning, when he gets to go to the bank. At the hotel, the owner, Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) tells Harry some friends of his want to hire him, but knowing it's part of the resistance movement Frenchy belongs to, Harry turns him down, even when Frenchy's friends approach him. Also at the hotel, Harry ends up meeting Marie (Bacall), another expatriate, and they immediately become attracted to one another. She also ends up stealing Johnson's wallet, which is how Harry finds out Johnson actually had enough money in traveler's checks to pay him, but was planning to skip town. When Harry confronts him, Johnson sheepishly starts to sign over the traveler's checks when a shootout happens between Frenchy's friends and the police. Two of Frenchy's friends escape, but the others are killed, and Johnson is also caught in the crossfire and killed. Captain Renard (Dan Seymour), the head Gestapo in the area, brings Harry and Marie in for questioning; he's satisfied for the moment they had nothing to do with the resistance men, but insists on taking Harry's passport and his money, even the money Harry had taken from Johnson (since he died before signing the checks).
29th Apr '16 6:40:42 PM eroock
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Harry Morgan is an expatriate fishing boat captain living in Martinique, which is controlled by the French Vichy government, which of course at the time supported [[ThoseWackyNazis the Nazis]]. He and his [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] partner Eddie (Walter Brennan) take an American businessman named Johnson out fishing, and are unsuccessful, due to Johnson's poor ability. When they get back to the hotel they're staying at, Johnson promises to pay Harry the money he owes him the next morning, when he gets to go to the bank. At the hotel, the owner, Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) tells Harry some friends of his want to hire him, but knowing it's part of the resistance movement Frenchy belongs to, Harry turns him down, even when Frenchy's friends approach him. Also at the hotel, Harry ends up meeting Marie (Bacall), another expatriate, and they immediately become attracted to one another. She also ends up stealing Johnson's wallet, which is how Harry finds out Johnson actually had enough money in traveler's checks to pay him, but was planning to skip town. When Harry confronts him, Johnson sheepishly starts to sign over the traveler's checks when a shootout happens between Frenchy's friends and the police. Two of Frenchy's friends escape, but the others are killed, and Johnson is also caught in the crossfire and killed. Captain Renard (Dan Seymour), the head Gestapo in the area, brings Harry and Marie in for questioning; he's satisfied for the moment they had nothing to do with the resistance men, but insists on taking Harry's passport and his money, even the money Harry had taken from Johnson (since he died before signing the checks).

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Harry Morgan is an expatriate fishing boat captain living in Martinique, which is controlled by the French [[TheEmpire Vichy government, government]], which of course at the time supported [[ThoseWackyNazis the Nazis]]. He and his [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] partner Eddie (Walter Brennan) take an American businessman named Johnson out fishing, and are unsuccessful, due to Johnson's poor ability. When they get back to the hotel they're staying at, Johnson promises to pay Harry the money he owes him the next morning, when he gets to go to the bank. At the hotel, the owner, Frenchy (Marcel Dalio) tells Harry some friends of his want to hire him, but knowing it's part of the resistance movement Frenchy belongs to, Harry turns him down, even when Frenchy's friends approach him. Also at the hotel, Harry ends up meeting Marie (Bacall), another expatriate, and they immediately become attracted to one another. She also ends up stealing Johnson's wallet, which is how Harry finds out Johnson actually had enough money in traveler's checks to pay him, but was planning to skip town. When Harry confronts him, Johnson sheepishly starts to sign over the traveler's checks when a shootout happens between Frenchy's friends and the police. Two of Frenchy's friends escape, but the others are killed, and Johnson is also caught in the crossfire and killed. Captain Renard (Dan Seymour), the head Gestapo in the area, brings Harry and Marie in for questioning; he's satisfied for the moment they had nothing to do with the resistance men, but insists on taking Harry's passport and his money, even the money Harry had taken from Johnson (since he died before signing the checks).
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