I knew Humphrey Bogart was cool practically before I knew who Humphrey Bogart was.
I played Humphrey Bogart in a Casablanca sketch with my mother, and I played Flo Ziegfeld in a play.
The stranger was Swifty Lazar, super-agent to stars such as Humphrey Bogart and Gene Kelly.
(Humphrey misidentified him as “Art,” rather than Arthur—one wonders if intentionally).
“That was actually one that my sister texted me,” Humphrey says.
In the night, at half-past two, Sir Humphrey was taken very ill, and died almost immediately.
"Sir Humphrey Tennant of Ashby may till his own fields for me," he cried.
A lamp, invented by a very learned man, Sir Humphrey Davy, is used when there is a risk of fire-damp.
O my poor Humphrey, where have you been and what has been done to you?
They have discovered me,” thought Humphrey; “and I must be off as soon as I can.
masc. proper name, from Old English Hunfrið, probably from Proto-Germanic *hun "strength" + Old English frið "peace." To dine with Duke Humphrey (17c.) meant to go without a meal, though the reason for the expression now is obscure.