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The Man with Bogart's Face

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Robert Sacchi’s dead-on Bogie impression — complete with trenchcoat and facial tic — highlights this easy, breezy send-up of Hollywood’s golden age, in which a modern-day Humphrey-loving dick tries to solve a convoluted jewel caper. The premise of this long-unavailable flick is stretched a bit too far, but The Man With Bogart’s Face cruises along on so much charm that it makes for pleasing family fare — assuming your kid gets all those Gene Tierney references. B