The Maltese Falcon: Special Edition (1941)
Bogie's career breakthrough and John Huston's directorial debut! P.I. Sam Spade (Bogart) follows a trail of murder and high-living lowlifes to a coveted "dingus" - the falcon statuette.
Across The Pacific (1942)
Bogie vs. Panama Canal saboteurs! This brisk wartime thriller has lots of Maltese Falcon-like sass, plus Falcon's director and two of its co-stars, Mary Astor and Sydney Greenstreet.
Action In The North Atlantic (1943)
Bogart and firefighter captain Raymond Massey match tactics with U-boats and the Luftwaffe in a stirring World War II salute to the lifeblood of democracy's arsenal - Merchant Marine convoys.
All Through The Night (1942)
Get off his turf! Broadway smoothie Bogie becomes a hero in spite of himself when his hunt for the killer of his favorite cheesecake vendor leads to Nazi spies. Damon Runyon-style fun!
Passage To Marseille (1944)
Out of Devil's Island...into the fight. Escapee Bogie survives a perilous sea crossing to join the Free French in this WWII film reuniting Casablanca's director and many of its stars.