The Road to Glory

theater flyer for The Road to Glory (1936) and a Mickey Mouse cartoon.

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Bringing Up Baby

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in a 1955 re-release publicity still for Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Bringing Up Baby (1938) on the cover of a foreign movie magazine.

The Road to Glory

Warner Baxter and June Lang in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936).  June is rather forgettable in her big break with Howard Hawks. although she managed to pump out a career until 1968.  Her final feature was 1947, then switching to tv with two credits in the 50s and three in the 60s.

The Road to Glory

flyer for The Road to Glory (1936), Howard Hawks’ first film at 20th Century Fox since all eight of his silent films in the 20s.

Come and Get It

Frances Farmer and Joel McCrae in a 1954 re-release publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  It was Howard Hawks’ second of four films for producer Samuel Goldwyn at United Artists independent studio, after Barbary Coast (1935), also with Joel McCrae who was under contract to Sam at the time.

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson poses for Barbary Coast (1935).  It was his second film with Howard Hawks, after Tiger Shark (19320.

Barbary Coast

Joel McCrae and his mule in the San Francisco fog in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935), one of Howard Hawks’s fine under-rated films.  He has so many masterpieces, its easy to neglect his many above average films.

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson and Miriam Hopkins did not get along while filming Barbary Coast (1935),  In fact, Miriam didn’t get along with anyone on the film because of her diva attitudes.

Come and Get It

Walter Brennan as Swan Bostrom in Come and Get It (1936)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson is a big man in town (San Francisco, 1899) in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Frank Craven is holding the axe in a Barbary Coast (1935) publicity still with Brian Donlevy and Edward G Robinson.

Come and Get It

another 1930s movie poster with a book motif, catering to the many readers of the day (1936)

Come and Get It

somebody made a collage of images from Come and Get It (1936)

Come and Get It

Walter Brennan and Edward Arnold have a steam bath in Come and Get It (1936)