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Howard Hawks filming Today We Live (1933) at the MGM studios with Franchot Tone, Joan Crawford and Robert Young.
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Howard Hawks directing Gary Cooper and Joan Crawford in Today We Live (1933).
Edward G Robinson in a publicity still for Tiger Shark (1932). He worked with Howard Hawks again on Barbary Coast (1936) for independent producer Samuel Goldwyn.
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Not even the massive MGM publicity department, all the big stars and Pulitzer Prize winner William Faulkner could save Today We Live (1933).
Gary Cooper was under contract to Paramount Studios when he was loaned to MGM for Today We Live (1933), but then was saddled with Joan Crawford who was a late addition to the production. 6 more words
Joan Crawford in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933). The film was a critical and commercial flop. Howard Hawks would never again work at MGM.
Franchot Tone and Joan Crawford as Ronnie and Diana in Today We Live (1933), an unsuccessful attempt by William Faulkner at a Hollywood screenplay, ruined by MGM studio interference.