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Gary Cooper and Joan Crawford in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933), the first of three movies Coop made with Howard Hawks.

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

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US lobby.

original title card (1933)

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US lobby.

original lobby card (1933)

 

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US lobby.

original lobby card (1933)

Today We Live

 

US lobby.

original lobby card (1933)

 

Today We Live

 

lobby card

original lobby card (1933)

 

Today We Live

 

 

Today We Live

 

US lobby.

original lobby card (1933)

 

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Gary Cooper as Bogard in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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Despite Joan Crawford’s last minute addition to the cast, she and Howard Hawks got along well while filming Today We Live (1933), and Hawks would work with Gary Cooper on his first Oscar winner, Sergeant York, and on the classic comedy Ball of Fire.

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Gary Cooper and Joan Crawford in their only film together, Today We Live (1933), one of Howard Hawks’ four weak films.  Not surprisingly it got a very positive review in the Hollywood Reporter review of the day.  The review says that the direction of Howard Hawks “is well nigh perfection.”

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/today-we-live-review-1933-movie-1093323

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Robert Young as Claude in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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Franchot Tone as Ronnie in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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Joan Crawford as Diana in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933)