Episode 28 - The Maltese Falcon

Roger Ebert gives it his highest rating, the American Film Institute voted it one of the best movies ever made and starring Humphrey Bogart who was voted the best actor of all time, The Maltese Falcon delivers the goods with incredible acting, directing, and cinematography. 

Bob and I delve into some of the questions left open at the end of the movie. I even throw out my personal theory on what really happened to The Maltese Falcon. 

Prepare  yourself for the adventure as we walk the streets, corridors and rooms of San Francisco, 1941, in search of The Maltese Falcon.

Here's a link to the IMDB page for The Maltese Falcon

Next up, movie #2 in our John Huston / Humphrey Bogart marathon: Treasure of the Sierra Madre