Only Angels Have Wings

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Richard Barthelmess and Rita Hayworth in a publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939).  She was on her way up in Hollywood, and he was on his way down.

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Only Angels Have Wings

Richard Barthelmess and Rita Hayworth in a publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

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The back of this publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939) reads

D-Col-36-289  –  Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in a scene from Howard Hawks Columbia production “Plane No. 4.” – it’s working title before it was released.

Only Angels Have Wings

Original release (1939) lobby card.

original lobby card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

Original release (1939) lobby card.

original lobby card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

Original release (1939) lobby card.

original title card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

Original release (1939) lobby card.

original lobby card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

original lobby card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

 

original lobby card (1939)

 

Only Angels Have Wings

original lobby card (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in an original publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939).

Only Angels Have Wings

Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in Only Angels Have Wings (1939).  It was Cary’s first significant dramatic role, and his only drama of five films with Howard Hawks.

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Cary Grant and Jean Arthur in Only Angels Have Wings (1939) on the cover of a foreign magazine

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theater flyer for Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

Only Angels Have Wings

 

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Richard Barthelmess in a publicity still for Only Angels Have Wings (1939).  Richard was a big star in silent films and was also seen in Howard Hawks’ first sound film, The Dawn Patrol (1930).