One of the greatest American actors of all times, Humphrey Bogart was best known for starring in some cult classic films from the Golden Era of Hollywood, such as ‘Casablanca’ and ‘Dark Passage’. Born and raised in New York City, Humphrey first enlisted in the American Navy before he plunged into the world of acting through stage performances. Eventually, he made his film debut in the year 1930 with the film ‘Up the River,’ and for the next few years he played supporting roles as gangsters and outlaws in many films before he became a leading star in the 1940s. With roles in cult classic films such as ‘Casablanca,’ ‘The Big Sleep,’ and ‘Dark Passage,’ Humphrey established himself as a solid performer. Mentioned by the American Film Institute as the Greatest Male Star of American Cinema, Bogart was known for his intellect as well. We have compiled some of his best quotes on world, problems, drinking, smoking, history, and acting, which have been curated from his memorable film dialogues, radio appearances, and interviews.