Humphrey Bogart is shown smoking as private eye Sam Spade in a publicity photo for John Huston’s 1941 film “The Maltese Falcon.” Smoking in the movies may not be as glamorous as Bogie once made it, but a new study says filmland smoking still softens the real-life health threat to young fans.

Associated Press

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