To Have and Have Not (1944)
Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, as well as a wonderful performance by Walter Brennan as an alcoholic boathand, this film centers on a French-based American boat captain who rents his boat out to fisherman who dream of catching marlins.
But when he is approached by a French underground group hoping to smuggle a pair of underground people to try and free an important member from the Nazi’s Devil’s Island, he finds himself boating over dangerous waters.
To be honest, this is not one of Bogart’s greater moments, but it does feature Bacall’s famous line, “You know how to whistle, don’t you?” line, and how that one got past the censors I don’t know.
(2.5 stars out of 5)