“That was actually one that my sister texted me,” Humphrey says.
I played Humphrey Bogart in a Casablanca sketch with my mother, and I played Flo Ziegfeld in a play.
(Humphrey misidentified him as “Art,” rather than Arthur—one wonders if intentionally).
The stranger was Swifty Lazar, super-agent to stars such as Humphrey Bogart and Gene Kelly.
“It was really intensive during those few months, but it was a lot of fun as well,” adds Humphrey.
In the night, at half-past two, Sir Humphrey was taken very ill, and died almost immediately.
Father Humphrey, what do you want for the whole library of the pamphlets?
A lamp, invented by a very learned man, Sir Humphrey Davy, is used when there is a risk of fire-damp.
Father Humphrey, one's heart's desires bring about strange things.
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.