Corvette K225

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The back of this publicity still reads

Universal Studios,

Universal City, Calif.

Meet Milton, the nautical pup of Universal’s “Corvette K-225.”  Randolph Scott and Ella Raines, stars of Howard Hawks’ latest production which is a saga of the Royal Canadian Navy in action in the North Atlantic, are not teaching Milton, featured as the corvette mascot, any bad habits in providing him with a light for his pipeful of tobacco.  Smoking is an old trick of the dog.  Miss Raines, incidentally, makes her debut in the corvette epic.

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Corvette K225

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foreign booklet for Corvette K225 (1943)

Corvette K225

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Randolph Scott in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943).  While it’s far from Howard Hawks’ best, it’s still a good movie.  Typically for Hawks, the action scenes are first rate.

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Randolph Scott in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943), directed by Richard Rossen and produced by Howard Hawks.

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foreign poster for Corvette K225 (1943), one of only two films Howard Hawks produced but did not direct, in addition to The Thing (1951).

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original script for Corvette K225 (1943)

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James Brown in a scene from Corvette K225 (1943)

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Ella Raines and Randolph Scott in a publicity still for Corvette K225 (1943)

Corvette K225

 

original lobby card (1943)

 

Corvette K225

 

original lobby card (1943)

 

Corvette K225

original lobby card (1943)

Corvette K225

original lobby card (1943)

Corvette K225

original lobby card (1943)

Corvette K225

original lobby card (1943)

Corvette K225

 

original lobby card (1943)