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The stranger in Noam Toran's polished vignette, Object for Lonely Men , is both the perpetrator and the knowing victim of the piece. The detective Philip Marlowe Bogart and the woman he is following Bacall flirt and chat, there is a song, and gambling, and verbal fencing, and in the process we learn a good deal about all the characters.

Without being told the director, anyone would call it a Hawks moment. Howard Prod. Nominated for 1 Oscar. In a Times Square shop window that serves as a fever chart of adolescent addictions a gigantic poster of Belmondo shares space with such other luminaries as David McCallum, Robert Vaughn and the Beatles. A Girl in Every Port. Four years later, Hawks won an honorary Academy Award.

Katharine Hepburn broke a heel in a gully in the night scene of Bringing Up Baby , an unscripted touch; as she walked off-kilter, her co-star Cary Grant whispered: Please enter a valid password.

Howard Hawks, Hollywood's finest practitioner of everyday chivalry Film The Guardian

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Such matters are not subject to choice. Walter Huston , Phillips Holmes. US Politics. In any case, Hawks found his way into the film industry by the early s, working first as a prop man and later a story editor.

Jean-Paul Belmondo pays homage to Bogie in Breathless. The Cradle Snatchers. Topics Howard Hawks. Create a commenting name to join the debate Submit.

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Retrieved from " https: It's all very well to say that one must pick only the best projects, but even the best projects have been known to go bad. Ceiling Zero puts the camera on three men, two flanking one who is on the telephone. A variant occurs in To Have and Have Not where Brennan plays the drunken sailor, Eddie, Bogart's companion at sea and sometimes on land; when asked "What do you look after him for", Bogart replies with chivalric simplicity: And then more stroby jump-cuts, until the stranger is appraising himself in the mirror, deadpan in a Prince of Wales check suit, doing facial exercises and primping his eyebrows.

Orson Welles's ''Touch of Evil,'' a tale of vicious corruption in a Mexican border town, has Mr.