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Today We Live (1933) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Howard Hawks and Richard Rosson and produced by Howard Hawks.

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Today We Live (1933) .

By Dawn on Jun 24, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Today We Live (1933). Cast: Joan Crawford, Gary Cooper, Robert Young, and Franchot Tone. The film is based on "Turnabout" by William Faulkner. Faulkner also provided the dialogue for the film, making it the only film version of his work that he co-wrote. Joan Crawford's character was added to the fi... Read full article

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McGinnis: [Seeing German planes] Here they come! They look like mosquitos in September!

Bogard: [Concerned about McGinnis' drinking] You better start drinking water.
McGinnis: Water? Water? Have you forgotten the Johnstown Flood? The poor women! The children!

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Film debut of Franchot Tone.
Variety reported in its review that director Howard Hawks used footage from the movie Hell's Angels for the big bomber expedition sequence, the main dogfight, and the head-on collision of two airplanes.
The preview running time was 135 minutes, indicating much was cut before its release.
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