Today We Live

Franchot Tone and Joan Crawford in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933).  They married Oct 1935 and divorced Apr 39.

Today We Live

World War I action in Today We Live (1933).  Hawks was under contract to MGM during 1933 and worked on three pictures there.  Today We Live was the only one of the three where he had on screen director credit.  He also worked on The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) and filmed all the outdoor scenes for Viva Villa (1934) before being fired for going over budget in Mexico but got no on screen credit for either.  Although Today We Live is one Hawks’ four weak films, of course the action is first rate.

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Franchot Tone and Joan Crawford in Today We Live (1933).  They were married for a few years after the film.

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Franchot Tone, Joan Crawford and Robert Young in Today We Live (1933)

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Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Today We Live (1933).  Roscoe was also in Hawks’ Twentieth Century (1934)

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Franchot Tone, Joan Crawford and Robert Young in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933)

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Robert Young, Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone in Today We Live (1933)

To Have and Have Not

Lauren Bacall and Hoagy Carmichael in a screencap from To Have and Have Not (1944)

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Joan Crawford in a more attractive outfit by Adrian in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933)

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Joan Crawford and Gary Cooper on a swing in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933).  Her silly dress seems ill suited for a swing if Gary decided to give her a push.

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Joan Crawford in a silly gown by Adrian in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933)

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foreign poster for Today We Live (1933)

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Joan Crawford rides a bicycle in the English countryside in a scene from Today We Live (1933)

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Gary Cooper as Bogard in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933).  He would work again with Howard Hawks on two much more successful films, Sergeant York and Ball of Fire.

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Robert Young and Joan Crawford in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933)