The Prizefighter and the Lady

Myrna Loy, Walter Huston, Max Baer Jr and Vince Barnett in a re-release publicity still for The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

The Prizefighter and the Lady

Max Baer Jr is in the ring with Walter Huston and Vince Barnett in his corner in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

Scarface

Vince Barnett, Paul Muni and Karen Morley in a publicity still for Scarface (1932).  Vince would appear in two other films associated with Howard Hawks, Tiger Shark (1932) and The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933).

Scarface

Paul Muni and his trusted secretary Vince Barnett out on the streets in Scarface (1932)

Scarface

Paul Muni as Scarface (1932) with Vince Barnett, his secretary he calls Dope in a screencap from Scarface (1932)

Scarface

Paul Muni shows off his new toy to Karen Morley, Vince Barnett, George Raft, Osgood Perkins and others in his gang, in a scene from Scarface (1932)

Scarface

Vince Barnett as the dim-witted “seckaterry” in a publicity still for Scarface (1932)

The Prizefighter and the Lady

Myrna Loy, Max Baer Jr, Walter Huston and Vince Barnett in a re-release publicity still for The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

The Prizefighter and the Lady

inside the ring in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

The Prizefighter and the Lady

Max Baer Jr, Vince Barnett and Walter Huston in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933)

The Prizefighter and the Lady

Primo Carnera, Walter Huston, Max Baer and Vince Barnett in a scene from The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933).  The film is not very good, and is included here because Howard Hawks filmed the first few scenes, and then was fired or he quit, it’s not certain.

Scarface

Vince Barnett and Paul Muni in a gif from Scarface (1932)

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.”