Barbary Coast

Miriam Hopkins and Edward G Robinson in a screencap from Barbary Coast (1935), one of Howard Hawks’ better films of the 30s, thanks to a first rate Ben Hecht script, top notch acting, and rich production values….And it’s not even in Hawks’ Top 10 best films.

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson and men with hats in a publicity still for the re-release of Barbary Coast (1935)., retitiled Port of WIckedness. to distinguish it from all the other movies about the Barbary Coast.

Barbary Coast

All eyes, including Walter Brennan and Miriam Hopkins are on Edward G Robinson in a crowd scene from Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson as Louis Chamalis in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935).  It was his second film with Howard Hawks, after Tiger Shark (1932).

Barbary Coast

Brian Donlevy looks over the shoulder of boss Edward G Robinson in an original publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935).

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson with and without a cigar as Luis Chamalis in publicity stills for Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson and Miriam Hopkins in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson and Miriam Hopkins in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson and Miriam Hopkins in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Miriam Hopkins and Edward G Robinson in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

A crowd of observers, including Brian Donlevy and Walter Brennan, watch the interaction between Edward G Robinson and Miriam Hopkins in EG’s hotel and casino in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Miriam Hopkins and Edward G Robinson in an original publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Miriam Hopkins and Edward G Robinson in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Edward G Robinson as Louis Chamalis in his hotel and casino in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935)

Tiger Shark

Edward G Robinson, Richard Arlen and Zita Johann in a 1956 publicity still for a re-release of Tiger Shark (1932)