The Thing

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some of the work team in The Thing (1951), directed by Christian Nyby and produced by Howard Hawks.

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Corvette K225

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Randolph Scott in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943).  While it’s far from Howard Hawks’ best, it’s still a good movie.  Typically for Hawks, the action scenes are first rate.

The Thing

Artist’s drawing in a foreign poster for The Thing (1951) doesn’t have any relation to anything actually in the film.

Corvette K225

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Randolph Scott in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943), directed by Richard Rossen and produced by Howard Hawks.

The Thing

foreign poster for The Thing (1951)

Corvette K225

foreign poster for Corvette K225 (1943), one of only two films Howard Hawks produced but did not direct, in addition to The Thing (1951).

The Thing

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Kenneth Tobey is one of the scientists in an original publicity still for The Thing (1951)

Corvette K225

original script for Corvette K225 (1943)

Corvette K225

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James Brown in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943)

The Thing

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Kenneth Tobey and Dewey Martin are two of the scientists in The Thing (1951)

Land of the Pharaohs

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foreign lobby card for Land of the Pharaohs (1955)

Land of the Pharaohs

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foreign lobby card for Land of the Pharaohs (1955)

To Have and Have Not

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foreign lobby card for To Have and Have Not (1944)

Land of the Pharaohs

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foreign lobby card for Land of the Pharaohs (1955)

The Road to Glory

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original lobby card (1936)