The Big Shot

The Big Shot Information

The Big Shot (1942) is a crime drama film starring Humphrey Bogart as a crime boss and Irene Manning as the woman with whom he falls in love. This was the last film in which former supporting player Bogart, who had finally reached stardom with High Sierra (1940) and The Maltese Falcon (1941), would portray a gangster.


  • Humphrey Bogart as Joseph "Duke" Berne
  • Irene Manning as Lorna Fleming
  • Richard Travis as George Anderson
  • Susan Peters as Ruth Carter
  • Stanley Ridges as Martin T. Fleming
  • Minor Watson as Warden George Booth
  • Chick Chandler as Frank "Dancer" Smith
  • Joe Downing as Frenchy (as Joseph Downing)
  • Howard Da Silva as Sandor
  • Murray Alper as Quinto
  • Roland Drew as Faye
  • John Ridgely as Tim
  • Joe King as Prosecutor Toohey (as Joseph King)
  • John Hamilton as Judge
  • Virginia Brissac as Mrs. Booth
  • William Edmunds as Sarto
  • Virginia Sale as Mrs. Miggs
  • Ken Christy as Kat
  • Wallace Scott as Rusty

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