Come and Get It

Frances Farmer in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  Howard Hawks said she was the most talented actress he ever worked with.

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Come and Get It

Edward Arnold shakes hands while Walter Brennan looks on in a scene from Come and Get It (1936).

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Frances Farmer in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  She played a mother and in a flash forward, her  daughter, in the film.

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Dinner with the Glasgow family including Andrea Leeds, Maddy Christians and Joel McCrae in Come and Get It (1936), and an unnamed man standing by.

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Come and Get It (1936)

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Frances Farmer grabs a cabbage out of a box in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936)

Come and Get It

Frances Farmer wears a hat with fake cherry tomatoes in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936)

Come and Get It

Frances Farmer and Joel McCrae in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  Joel was also in Howard Hawks’ previous collaboration with producer Samuel Goldwyn, Barbary Coast (1935).

Come and Get It

Frances Farmer in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936) in an image not seen in the film.

Come and Get It

Edward Arnold and Frances Farmer in a scene from Come and Get It (1936)

Come and Get It

Come and Get It (1936, re-issued as Roaring Timber) is ranked number 20 among Howard Hawks’ Greatest Films.

I think it should be ranked a little higher.

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re-release poster for Come and Get It (1936)

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Edward Arnold and Frank Shields in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936)

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.

Come and Get It

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