Dedicated to the spirit of Howard Hawks, the versatile director of Hollywood's golden age. He made more good films than any other American director, co-writing and producing many of his 46 films. He was also an accomplished engineer, outdoorsman, and pilot whose friends included Ernest Hemingway and Howard Hughes. ALSO VISIT THE ANNEX FOR THE BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME
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Joan Crawford in a publicity still for Today We Live (1933), one of four weak Howard Hawks films. The problem here is Joan, who’s character was not part of the original screenplay, but MGM insisted. Hawks never worked at MGM again.