More than forty years after his death, Humphrey Bogart remains a symbol of the Golden Age of Hollywood and a popular culture icon. His legacy has impacted American popular culture beyond the scope of American film history. His image graces buttons, greeting cards, and postal cards and he has been the subject of plays, films, novels, and poems. This work presents a precise biography of Bogart and examines his place in American popular culture. Scholarly and substantive articles written about Bogart's life, films, and career are analyzed and summarized. Essays and new and previously published interviews present insightful ideas by and about Bogart. Film and popular culture scholars and Humphrey Bogart enthusiasts alike will appreciate the extensive and thorough listing of articles and books about Bogart and his career. As a guide to further research, the author has provided a filmography, discography, and videography and has documented theater listings, radio and television appearances, and a directory of Bogart websites. This extensive review of Bogart and his career helps to define his success within an American cultural context.