This photo, scene from the film Two Against the World (Warner Bros, 1936) was used as an advertisement for Lektrolite lighters.
But not without cause: Humpfrey Bogart had inherited his passion for fishing from his father, Belmont a cardiopulmonary surgeon who owned a 55-acre estate on Canandaigua Lake in upstate New York.
Youngster Bogie began fishing in this lake.
40 years after his death, the American Film Institute ranked Bogart as the greatest male star in the history of American cinema. Because he was an angler.