Scarface

Vince Barnett is the numbskull secretary in Scarface (1932)

Vince Barnett is the numbskull secretary in Scarface (1932).  Today’s posts are all Scarface gifs.

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Tiger Shark

snapshots include Vince Barnett and his girl (far left and right  )in a screencap from Tiger Shark (1932)

Scarface

Vince Barnett as Angelo, to the left of Paul Muni, is the “seck-a-terry” to Scarface (1932).  He’s about as smart as secretary Miss Laurel, Marilyn Monroe in Howard Hawks’ comedy “Monkey Business.”

The Prizefighter and the Lady

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Max Baer Jr in a publicity still for The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) with Walter Huston and Vince Barnett

Prizefighter and the Lady

Myrna Loy, Max Baer, Walter Huston and Vince Barnett in a publicity photo for Prizefighter and the Lady (1933), another Hawks film for which he only directed the first few scenes.  It was one of three films he made at MGM in 1933, the first and last time he worked for the studio.

Scarface

Paul Muni made his screen debut as Scarface (1932). leading to an acting career with 29 credits, and an Academy award for The Story of Louis Pasteur, through a tv episode in 1962.

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Vince Barnett, in the middle, is Tony Camonte’s “seck-a-terry” and wing man in Scarface (1932).

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George Raft and Vince Barnett crouch over a victim in Scarface (1932) as Tony Camonte makes a point.

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Paul Muni has plenty of swag in Scarface (1932).

The Prizefighter and the Lady


Walter Huston, Myrna Loy and Vince Barnett in a publicity still for The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933), the first of two films with Walter Huston that Howard Hawks started but did not complete.  Hawks also began work on The Outlaw with Huston as Doc Holliday, but he quit to direct Sergeant York instead.

The Prizefighter and the Lady


Vince Barnett in The Prizefighter and The Lady

Vince Barnett is in Max Baer’s corner for the big title match in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933).  Vince was also in Howard Hawks’ Scarface as the dim witted secretary, and Tiger Shark as one of the shark fishermen.

The Prizefighter and the Lady

Trainer Vince Barnett has boxer Max Baer’s ear as promoter Walter Huston listens up in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933).  This is the third Howard Hawks project with Vince Barnett, after Tiger Shark as one of the tuna fishermen, and Scarface, as Tony Camonte’s “seckaterry.”