Twentieth Century

Carole Lombard dumps John Barrymore and takes up with Ralph Forbes on board the “Twentieth Century” (1934).

Twentieth Century

Carole Lombard and John Barrymore are a perfect pair in Twentieth Century (1934)

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Carole Lombard as Lily Garland in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore mocks his silent screen image as “The Great Profile” in a scene from Twentieth Century (1934) with Walter Connelly.

Twentieth Century

Carole Lombard demonstrates how she gets pulled apart by fans and the paparazzi in a scene from Twentieth Century (1934).

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John Barrymore and Carole Lombard in a screencap on board the luxury train called “Twentieth Century” (1934)

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John Barrymore directs Carole Lombard in rehearsals for her first stage role in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934).

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John Barrymore acting out with his minions Roscoe Karns and Walter Connely on the “Twentieth Century” (1934)

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John Barrymore grabs hold of Edgar Kennedy in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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Carole Lombard becomes a famous stage actress in Twentieth Century (1934)

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Twentieth Century (1934) is ranked number 11 on Golddberby’s list of Howard Hawks’ 20 Greatest Films.

This is one of Howard Hawks’ best films and should be in the top 10.

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Carole Lombard as Mildred Plotka gets a name change to the more glamorous Lily Garland in Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore directing on the stage in a scene from Twentieth Century (1934)

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Oscar Jaffe hams it up for his minions in a scene on the Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore and Roscoe Karns on the Twentieth Century (1934).  Roscoe was in four Howard Hawks films, also including Today We Live, His Girl Friday and Mans Favorite Sport.