Bringing Up Baby

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn had already made Sylvia Scarlett together when they were reunited for Bringing Up Baby (1938).  They would make two more films together, Holiday and The Philadelphia Story.

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Bringing Up Baby

Katharine Hepburn climbs a ladder to reach Cary Grant working on his dinosaur skeleton in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Bringing Up Baby

David Huxley reads papers presented by his fiancée Miss Swallow as an uncredited player looks on in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Bringing Up Baby

original publicity still for Bringing Up Baby (1938), one of the most beloved films of the 30s.

Bringing Up Baby

Katharine Hepburn is behind bars as Swingin Door Susie with Cary Grant and Walter Catlett in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Bringing Up Baby

Al Hirschfeld caricatures of Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and a leopard named Baby in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Bringing Up Baby

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn behind bars in Bringing Up Baby (1938), the first of three movies in a row Howard Hawks made with Cary.  Baby was followed by Only Angels Have Wings (the only drama) and His Girl Friday.  Later on they also made I Was a Male War Bride and Monkey Business.

Bringing Up Baby

 

 

David Huxley meets Susan Vance in Bringing Up Baby (1938).

Only Angels Have Wings

Rita Hayworth shakes hands with her old beau Cary Grant while standing next to her new beau Richard Barthelmess in Only Angels Have Wings (1939), creating a classic Howard Hawks triangle.

Only Angels Have Wings

Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in a publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939).  They co-starred together in another classic, Talk of the Town in 1942.

Only Angels Have Wings

Jean Arthur and Cary Grant mourn another loss in Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

Only Angels Have Wings

Cary yawns in a publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939) with Thomas Mitchell.

Only Angels Have Wings


Jean Arthur and Cary Grant are in the middle of all the action in the fictional South American port of Baranca in Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

Only Angels Have Wings

Jean Arthur and Cary Grant contemplate events in Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

His Girl Friday

His Girl Friday (1940) co-stars Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant.