Mans Favorite Sport

Roscoe Karns, Paula Prentiss, Rock Hudson and Maria Perschy in a scene from Mans Favorite Sport (1964)

Mans Favorite Sport

Rock Hudson with a magazine and Roscoe Karns with a fishing pole in a scene from Mans Favorite Sport (1964)

Twentieth Century

 

Howard Hawks and the cast of Twentieth Century (1934).  It was Howard’s 17th film, and second at Columbia Pictures, after The Criminal Code.

Today We Live

Roscoe Karns, Gary Cooper and Franchot Tone see action in World War I in Today We Live (1933).  As always, the Howard Hawks filmed action scenes, on land, sea and air, are terrific, but the story is weak.

 

Today We Live

Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Today We Live (1933).  Roscoe was also in Hawks’ Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

Walter Connolly and Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

Roscoe Karns and Walter Connolly in a publicity still for Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

Walter Connolly. Charles Lane and Roscoe Karns are all in John Barrymore’s orbit in Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

Fred “Snowflake” Toones, Walter Connelly, and Roscoe Karns behind the scenes of Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

Roscoe Karns falls asleep at the job in Twentieth Century (1934)

Twentieth Century

John Barrymore and Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

Mans Favorite Sport

Rock Hudson and Roscoe Karns in a scene from Mans Favorite Sport (1964).  Roscoe was also in Howard Hawks’ Twentieth Century (1934) as one of John Barrymore’s minions.

Twentieth Century

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

Twentieth Century

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

Twentieth Century

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