History Creator / HowardHawks

28th Aug '17 2:15:35 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/HisGirlFriday'' (1940) - Yet another iconic screwball comedy. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell (whose performance here inspired the character of ComicBook/LoisLane) try to free an innocent man from a MiscarriageOfJustice, but really it's WillTheyOrWontThey.

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* ''Film/HisGirlFriday'' (1940) - Yet another iconic screwball comedy. Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell Creator/RosalindRussell (whose performance here inspired the character of ComicBook/LoisLane) try to free an innocent man from a MiscarriageOfJustice, but really it's WillTheyOrWontThey.



* ConsummateProfessional : He was himself this and his films celebrate characters who are this in their chosen field. Film/RioBravo is about Creator/JohnWayne worrying that Creator/DeanMartin is undergoing BadassDecay while Ricky Nelson is the young plucky rookie who convinces the professionals that he's so good, "he doesn't need to prove it!" Film/HisGirlFriday is about DaChief Walter Burns (Creator/CaryGrant) manipulating [[WorkingWithTheEx his ex]] Rosalind Russell back into his life, not only because he loves her but because he values her work as a journalist.

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* ConsummateProfessional : He was himself this and his films celebrate characters who are this in their chosen field. Film/RioBravo is about Creator/JohnWayne worrying that Creator/DeanMartin is undergoing BadassDecay while Ricky Nelson is the young plucky rookie who convinces the professionals that he's so good, "he doesn't need to prove it!" Film/HisGirlFriday is about DaChief Walter Burns (Creator/CaryGrant) manipulating [[WorkingWithTheEx his ex]] Rosalind Russell Creator/RosalindRussell back into his life, not only because he loves her but because he values her work as a journalist.



** Though funnily enough, auteurist critics actually celebrated his films for having prominent women characters and even being quasi-Feminist, citing Rosalind Russell, Lauren Bacall and Angie Dickinson's performances in these films.

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** Though funnily enough, auteurist critics actually celebrated his films for having prominent women characters and even being quasi-Feminist, citing Rosalind Russell, Creator/RosalindRussell, Lauren Bacall and Angie Dickinson's performances in these films.
26th Feb '17 6:45:28 PM Mdumas43073
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26th Feb '17 6:41:39 PM Mdumas43073
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Howard Hawks (18961977) was one of the most versatile directors of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood. Starting out in silent films as an assistant director and other production jobs, he soon moved up to director, and was one of Hollywood's top directors for the next several decades. Among the genres he handled successfully were gangster films, romantic comedies, screwball comedies, westerns, detective movies, and even musicals. Unlike other directors at the time, he wasn't tied to one particular studio. Also, though he worked with a number of well-regarded writers on his films (among them Ben Hecht and Creator/WilliamFaulkner), he was also known for changing the script as he was shooting it, with a number of examples of ThrowItIn in each of his films. He also was legendary for the number of tall tales he told about himself. Though he directed a number of hits throughout his career, he fell out of favor with critics in the '50s, but was VindicatedByHistory, thanks to [[UsefulNotes/TheAuteurTheory "auteur"]] critics like Creator/FrancoisTruffaut who helped restore his reputation. Later generation of directors would cite him as a major director, second only to Creator/JohnFord, citing his versatility in moving from genres with the likes of Creator/JohnCarpenter, Creator/MartinScorsese, Creator/RobertAltman, Creator/QuentinTarantino, Creator/WesAnderson, Creator/GreggAraki and Creator/JimJarmusch testifying to his influence on their work.

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Howard Hawks (18961977) was one of the most versatile directors of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood. UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood.


Starting out in silent films as an assistant director and other production jobs, he Hawks soon moved up to director, and was one of Hollywood's top directors for the next several decades. Among the genres he handled successfully were gangster films, romantic comedies, screwball comedies, westerns, detective movies, and even musicals. Unlike other directors at the time, he wasn't tied to one particular studio. Also, though he worked with a number of well-regarded writers on his films (among them Ben Hecht and Creator/WilliamFaulkner), he was also known for changing the script as he was shooting it, with a number of examples of ThrowItIn in each of his films. He also was legendary for the number of tall tales he told about himself. himself.

Though he Hawks directed a number of hits throughout his career, he fell out of favor with critics in the '50s, but was VindicatedByHistory, thanks to [[UsefulNotes/TheAuteurTheory "auteur"]] critics like Creator/FrancoisTruffaut who helped restore his reputation. Later generation of directors would cite him as a major director, second only to Creator/JohnFord, citing his versatility in moving from genres with the likes of Creator/JohnCarpenter, Creator/MartinScorsese, Creator/RobertAltman, Creator/QuentinTarantino, Creator/WesAnderson, Creator/GreggAraki and Creator/JimJarmusch testifying to his influence on their work.
26th Feb '17 10:39:18 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/ToHaveAndHaveNot'' (1944) - The first teaming up HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall.

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* ''Film/ToHaveAndHaveNot'' (1944) - The first teaming up HumphreyBogart Creator/HumphreyBogart and LaurenBacall.Creator/LaurenBacall.
12th Nov '16 4:57:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Hatari}}'' (1962) - A movie with no plot, JohnWayne and actual animals in Africa. A huge box-office hit.

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* ''Film/{{Hatari}}'' (1962) - A movie with no plot, JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne and actual animals in Africa. A huge box-office hit.



* ConsummateProfessional : He was himself this and his films celebrate characters who are this in their chosen field. Film/RioBravo is about JohnWayne worrying that DeanMartin is undergoing BadassDecay while Ricky Nelson is the young plucky rookie who convinces the professionals that he's so good, "he doesn't need to prove it!" Film/HisGirlFriday is about DaChief Walter Burns (Creator/CaryGrant) manipulating [[WorkingWithTheEx his ex]] Rosalind Russell back into his life, not only because he loves her but because he values her work as a journalist.

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* ConsummateProfessional : He was himself this and his films celebrate characters who are this in their chosen field. Film/RioBravo is about JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne worrying that DeanMartin Creator/DeanMartin is undergoing BadassDecay while Ricky Nelson is the young plucky rookie who convinces the professionals that he's so good, "he doesn't need to prove it!" Film/HisGirlFriday is about DaChief Walter Burns (Creator/CaryGrant) manipulating [[WorkingWithTheEx his ex]] Rosalind Russell back into his life, not only because he loves her but because he values her work as a journalist.
10th Nov '16 6:23:08 AM LongTallShorty64
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* ''Film/OnlyAngelsHaveWings'' (1939) - A drama about thrill-seeking aviators starring Creator/CaryGrant, Jean Arthur and Creator/RitaHayworth.

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* ''Film/OnlyAngelsHaveWings'' (1939) - A drama about thrill-seeking aviators starring Creator/CaryGrant, Jean Arthur Creator/JeanArthur and Creator/RitaHayworth.
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