You can watch the complete interview as a Web Extra; just go here and scroll down. Among other things, Bogart mentions he had lunch with Ben Lyon earlier that day, recalls some of his unfavorable critical notices, and mentions his latest "project" with John Huston. Bacall also tells the story behind her famous picture with Harry Truman.
For a man who didn't mind playing tough guys, Bogart had a charming smile. Sad to think that he died only three years later.
It was interesting to see that photo of Bacall on Truman's piano, because I recently watched an episode of "History Detectives" on Air Canada which mentions in passing that it was taken by the first female White House photographer, Marion Carpenter.