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by Katharine Hepburn,Cary Grant,Howard Hawks

ePub Bringing Up Baby download
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Katharine Hepburn,Cary Grant,Howard Hawks
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Hepburn loved the book and was delighted to be offered the role. Hepburn made four films with Cary Grant

Hepburn loved the book and was delighted to be offered the role. Hepburn made four films with Cary Grant  .

Director Howard Hawks plays the complications as a breathless escalation of their "love impulse," yet the movie is nonetheless romantic for all its speed. Hawks's His Girl Friday, also with Grant, goes even faster. Grant and Hepburn are a match made in movie heaven, in sync with each other throughout.

And thought Bogdonavich did a terrific update on it w/ Streisand and O'Neal in "What's Up Doc?" . this movie and His Girl Friday set the gold standard and both star the amazing Cary Grant.

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Bringing Up Baby is a 1938 American screwball comedy film directed by Howard Hawks, and starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. It was released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film tells the story of a paleontologist in a number of predicaments involving a scatterbrained heiress and a leopard named Baby. The screenplay was adapted by Dudley Nichols and Hagar Wilde from a short story by Wilde which originally appeared in Collier's Weekly magazine on April 10, 1937.

The Katharine Hepburn Look Book.

I fell in love with them the first time I watched this! Bringing Up Baby, 1938 Still a little unsure about how to deal with spotted domestic animals: Cary Grant as David Huxley with Baby and Susan (Katharine Hepburn). The always charming Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn costar in the 1938 screwball comedy "Bringing Up Baby. The Katharine Hepburn Look Book. Классический Голливуд Старые Выпуски Vogue Кэтрин Хепберн Звёзды Фильмы Актрисы Сувениры Картинки Исторические Картины.

Directed by Howard Hawks. With Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charles Ruggles, Walter Catlett. Director: Howard Hawks.

Bringing Up Baby" Cary Grant Katharyn Hepburn. Katherine Hepburn is hilarious in this movie. If you don't like Katharine Hepburn and you see Holiday and you still don't like her, you officially have my permission to give up. A brilliant, hilarious film, and the perfect introduction to older cinema and screwball comedies. Bringing Up Baby" Cary Grant Katharyn Hepburn. Discover ideas about See Movie. Bringing Up Baby, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, 1938 Premium Poster.

Bringing Up Baby Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in Bringing Up Baby (1938), directed by Howard Hawks. Though David tells Susan that he is scheduled to get married the next day, she decides to pursue him anyway.

Katharine Hepburn (born May 12, 1907 in Hartford, Connecticut . Golden Globe Awards for 'Katharine Hepburn'.

Katharine Hepburn (born May 12, 1907 in Hartford, Connecticut, died June 29, 2003) acted with Douglas Fairbanks in Morning Glory (1933), with Cary Grant in Sylvia Scarlett (1935), Holiday (1938) and The Philadelphia Story (1940) all three directed by George Cukor, Bringing Up Baby (1938) by Howard Hawks, with Ginger Rogers in Stage Door (1937), with Humphrey Bogart in Th.

  • The Issue is not the movie - it defines "Screwball Comedy" - but the picture quality of its available releases. I bought this one (ASIN: B004GJYR7I), released by Turner Home Entertainment) hoping it would be better than the 2005 Warner Bros DVD (UPC: 053939640724), but it was worse... There are some indications of a Blu-Ray release (finally!) in 2014; hold out for that.

  • Dr. David Huxley, a paleontologist, obtains a missing bone of a brontosaurus skeleton he is constructing for four years, yet not in hand. Its arrival is expected the same day he plans to wed his assistant. Her dedication to their work prompts her to inform him how the marriage will be: focus continuing their work as paleontologists without morass of domestic life. Dr. Huxley disappointedly receives this news. This then sets up an inner conflict in him as to whether he will marry or not though he continues to go on his daily routine as if he will.

    In addition to this, at this time Dr. Huxley must court the attorney of a potential, significant money donor. Together, the attorney and Huxley play golf, yet the attorney will not discuss business while playing golf but will discuss business over lunch. It is here on the golf course Huxley encounters Susan Vance, a rascal of a woman, charming in a mischievous way.

    Well, through a series of coincidences Susan and David end up being together the following day. Yet before that is the incident at a formal gathering held the night before. That sets up the ensuing comedic bedlam, which involves a leopard, a dog, an aunt, her gentleman caller, a missing dinosaur bone, a circus, another leopard, and a cast madcap characters.

    Romantic comedies are not made like this anymore, and too bad. And yet times are different now than they were in 1938, the time the movie was released. Grant and Hepburn are at their comedic best in this movie. To not laugh at the many outrageous situations in which the characters are involved would be ridiculous. Action after action, dialogue after dialogue in so many scenes give rise to a screwball comedy that satisfies the funny-bone.

  • It's hard for a studious, hardworking, organized zoologist to fall in love with a hair brained silly socialite, but this film throws the unlikely pair together in a hilarious flick. Add to the mix one tame leopard and on man-attacking one and soon the two are on the prowl to save their aunt's new pet. The result is a fast paced dialogue and some of the best acting to come out of Hollywood. This film is best viewed by adults and teens, as the younger crowd would not grasp the subtleties of the dialogue. An excellent Classic that is a must-see.

  • Funny funny funny! If only someone would make movies like this today! If you don't laugh out loud multiple times during the viewing of this movie I feel very sorry for you. The humor is EVERYWHERE in this movie--dialogue, singing, running, physically falling around, driving a car, chasing leopards around Connecticut--it never ends. How fantastic these guys made this movie in 1938---how can something 80 years old be the funniest movie I've ever seen?!

  • A great old movie to share with the family. Humor that is as good as it gets, with verbal and physical antics. Hepburn and Grant play off of each other, increasing the pace as the story plays out. As the absurdity builds, we all laughed together, and the memory will last a lifetime.

  • This film has still got it! It's absolutely hilarious, and the chemistry between Hepburn and Grant (both playing strongly against type) still holds up after many decades. Sure, with the way comedy has evolved, you can see some jokes coming, and the climax is a good example of that, but I lost count of the amount of times I belly-laughed at the crazy antics on display. And you can't argue that this features one of the best examples of animal performances (although whether there was any animal cruelty is another question).

  • This movie is really funny, to bad today's movies don't take any tips from movies like this. Everything thing is nothing but sex, sex and more sex. It seems like that is all they can come up with, whatever happened to using your brain and actually having something original.

  • Very Funny Movie. Totally enjoyed this on United Air going on vacation. So we bought it and watched it again. Katharine Hepburn is an amazing actress. Didn't realize it till we saw this movie.