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Love is the most terrible and also the most generous of the passion it is the only one which includes in its dreams the happiness of someone else Alphonse Karr Throughout history men have always had some one they admired More often or not it has been a mans man Before Brad Pitt there was James Dean before Dean there was Old Blue Eyes and before Sinatra there was Humphrey Bogart Bogart solidified his manhood in Micheal Curtizs Casablanca Rick Blane is the kind of character that woman would die for and men would kill to be This is shown when Captain Louie Reno says to Victor and Ilsa that Rick is the kind of man that if I was a woman I would be in love with Before Rick Blane was introduced to the world most male characters were more courteous and seemed more idealistic In creating Rick Bogart changed the premise of being a tough guy Rick is the kind of man that no matter what you have to respect because he never gave a reason why you should not He is a thinking man this is shown when Rick is first introduced when he is playing chess with himself Ricks whole life has been a chess game From his days in New York City to selling weapons in Ethiopia to even living in Paris and toying with the German Military while he was blacklisted Rick even puts his king in check when he jokes about leaving the Germans a note on where he would be Another reason why Rick is considered a mans man is because to be a tough guy you must live your life with confidence Rick Blane oozes confidence Rick stands with pure natural well-deserved confidence especially when Victor and Ilsa return to Ricks Place for the second time The couple enters the saloon and Rick offers them the best table and suggests to
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