To Have and Have Not

Hoagy Carmichael at the piano in To Have and Have Not (1944) with Bogart and Bacall and Walter Brennan.

Come and Get It

Walter Brennan, Edward Arnold and Frances Farmer in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).

Come and Get It

Walter Brennan as Swan Bostrom with his pet owl in a publicity still for Come and Get It (1936).  It was his second of six films with Howard Hawks.

Barbary Coast

all eyes are on casino owner Edward G Robinson, including Brian Donlevy, Walter Brennan and Miriam Hopkins (the only person not giving him eye contact) in a publicity still for Barbary Coast (1935).  The original screenplay was  written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, who adapted their Broadway play, Twentieth Century, as a 1934 Howard Hawks production.  Ben also co-wrote Hawks’ Monkey Business (1952).

Barbary Coast

Walter Brennan, Miriam Hopkins, Edward G Robinson and Joel McCrae in the San Francisco fog in a scene from Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Brian Donlevy, Edward G Robinson and Walter Brennan hover over Joel McCrae in a scene from Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Walter Brennan often played the sidekick, seen here with Joel McCrae in Barbary Coast (1935)

Barbary Coast

Walter Brennan and Joel McCrae in a screencap from Barbary Coast (1935)

Come and Get It

Walter Brennan, Frances Farmer and Edward Arnold dining in a scene from Come and Get It (1936)

Barbary Coast

crowd scene surrounding Miriam Hopkins in Barbary Coast (1935) with Walter Brennan on the far rightl

Barbary Coast

All eyes, including Walter Brennan and Miriam Hopkins are on Edward G Robinson in a crowd scene from Barbary Coast (1935)

Sergeant York

Walter Brennan and Margaret Wycherly in a screencap from Sergeant York (1941)

Sergeant York

June Lockhart and Joan Leslie marvel at the latest invention, a telephone. in a scene from Sergeant York (1941) with Walter Brennan.

Sergeant York

Gary Cooper and Walter Brennan in a publicity still for Sergeant York (1941)

Sergeant York

Walter Brennan at work as Pastor Pyle in an original publicity still for Sergeant York (1941)