Clip from The Harder They Fall


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Jonathan Bridge
Bogie was clearly frail and very ill,but is as charismatic and brilliant as ever here,along with Steiger.
FRED ROGERS
supporting actors back then were better than the,leading actors of today
JustAintThatWay
agreed still a helluva performance tho peace
SawdustProductions
I'm aware of that. It's just sad to see him in such disrepair.
JustAintThatWay
he was dying w/ cancer man what dya expect
LS D
noen som har sett den?
billthestinker
Even sick with cancer Bogie turns in a great performance.
musicmandon1
Based on the rise and destruction of Primo Carnera by Max Baer, who decked him 11 times in their bout in June of 1934, the oldest full recording of a sports broadcast I know of. If anything, Graham McNamee's blow-by-blow may have been more exciting than the actual event. McNamee never spared the horses when he broadcast.
SawdustProductions
Good Lord. Bogie DOES look like a wreck....
MultiSpread
Greatest boxing movie ever. You had Steiger Bogart, Max baer Joe wallcott. What a movie. The greatest boxing movie ever.
Elizabeth Reynolds
*sigh* My Momma was a "Newspaper Reporter" in this film...God Bless "atmosphere"! So great to find this film on line today!
RICHMOND RENEGADE
I just finished watching this on TCM. Great film, but Bogart looks very ill. Cancer is a horrible disease.
IrishLincoln
scum bum
CMBell
BOGIE is great....but without ROD STEIGER in this scene....the scene would NOT have worked.
John Koroly
THanks for posting. A much-overlooked performance of Bogart's.. Also, Budd Schulberg (who wrote this movie) just died last week. This was at least as good as his "On The Waterfront" script.
stuart johnson
A simply awesome movie, did not expect to see any clips of it on youtube.
George Smith
Bogey's last great sence.
Ennio Cavuoto
Probably the most powerful scene in the movie...and Bogart pulls it off smoothly even with the cancer...
midniteman 1095
A great movie.
Two-tone Blue
It's a good movie. Check it out if you get the chance.
Step Lumpkin
BOGART! BOGART! BOGART!
Josh C
Would you believe that there is STILL, as of March 2018, one surviving member of this scene? Nehemiah Persoff, who plays the accountant (exactly 49 dollars and seven cents!), is still kicking.
johnosandra
Im a lawyer and I find the wit and intelligence displayed here almost intimidating! Such incisive delivery and presence from both Bogart and Steiger.