Today We Live

Robert Young and Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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Today We Live

Joan Crawford, Louise Closser Hale and an unknown man in a screencap from Today We Live (1933).  This was the only one of three films Howard Hawks completed while he was contracted to MGM in 1933-34, and it is one of his four weak films, owing to the last minute decision by MGM executives to turn it into a Joan Crawford vehicle.  He was not given enough time to make suitable adjustments.

Today We Live

Gary Cooper and Joan Crawford in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Gary Cooper in a screencap from Today We Live

Today We Live

Gary Cooper, Robert Young and Roscoe Karns in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

As always, the action scenes in Today We Live (1933) are all first rate.  Unfortunately, Howard Hawks was not given enough time to integrate last minute addition Joan Crawford into the story.  And her costumes were ridiculous.

Today We Live

Robert Young, Franchot Tone and Joan Crawford in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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Roscoe Karns, Gary Cooper and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Joan Crawford in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Robert Young and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Robert Young and Franchot Tone in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

Today We Live

Gary Cooper and Joan Crawford in a screencap from Today We Live (1933)

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