Well, after "Casablanca"
, being his most famous film and "The Big Sleep"
being one of the greatest Film Noir movies ever made, (he plays the ultimate Phillip Marlowe).
..........."The Maltese Falcon"
"To Have and Have Not"
are all TOP films from *Bogie* which I really enjoy...............
But one of my favorite Bogart films which no-one has mentioned yet is "Dark Passage"
from 1947 which features Lauren Bacall in a sensitive and daring role, risking all for love and Agnes Moorehead as the Queen of Bitches. The plot is a bit twisted and the movie doesn't work for everyone, but I enjoy the film to see the sexual tension/romance between him and Bacall, which is every bit real on the screen as off.......this movie was kinda like the end of a long Honeymoon on screen for them both, so it was really affectionate and loveable despite the desperate situation they are up against playing the characters in the film.
And another film that I find entertaining from him is 1953's "Battle Circus"
which does come off *corny* at times and I think that the paring up of him with June Allyson is a little weak, BUT the movie was/is the prototype basis for the 1970 smash hit film "*M*A*S*H*"