Barbary Coast

Barbary Coast is Howard Hawks’ 18th film.

Barbary Coast premiered Oct 13, 1935

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Joel McCrae and Walter Brennan in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935)

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Edward G Robinson as boss Luis Chamalis in Barbary Coast (1935).

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Miriam Hopkins arrives in San Francisco to a desperate situation in Barbary Coast (1935).

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Walter Brennan as Old Atrocity and Joel McCrae as Jim Carmichael in Barbary Coast (1935).  This was Walter’s first of six films with Howard Hawks.  Both he and Joel also appeared in Come and Get It (1936), also produced by Samuel Goldwyn and directed by Hawks.

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Edward G Robinson in Barbary Coast (1935), by independent producer Samuel Goldwyn, and the second of two films he made with Howard Hawks, after Tiger Shark (1932) at Warner Brothers.

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Joel McCrae models turn of the century fashions in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935).

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Edward G Robinson is ready to party like its 1899 in Barbary Coast (1935).

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Miriam Hopkins as Mary Rutledge, nicknamed Swan, in Barbary Coat (1935).  Miriam was one of the biggest stars of the 30s, appearing in many of the most popular films of the decade.

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Edward G Robinson puts the moves of Miriam Hopkins, new in town in Barbary Coast (1935).