Bringing Up Baby



Directed By Howard Hawks In 1938, Bringing Up Baby Is One Of The Great Screwball Comedies And A Treasure From The Golden Age Of Hollywood Cary Grant Plays A Naive And Repressed Professor Who Becomes Entangled With And Ensnared By A Willful Heiress Played By Katharine Hepburn Chaos Ensues As Romance Blossoms And Not One But Two Leopards Are Set Loose In Verdant Connecticut As Well As Being A Thoroughly American Fiction Of The 1930s,Bringing Up Baby Also Has A Classical Comic Narrative, Exploring Conflicts Between Civilization And Nature, Rationality And Insanity Or Eccentricity, Middle Class Inhibitions And Aristocratic Blitheness It Is An Anthology Of Comic Types And Devices, And One Of The Most Seductively Funny Films Ever Made.Bringing Up Baby

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Bringing Up Baby
  • Peter Swaab
  • English
  • 11 August 2018
  • 9781844570706

10 thoughts on “Bringing Up Baby

  1. says:

    The best introduction to one of the greatest of American film comedies In addition to the good research on Howard Hawks I was pleased that Swaab makes use of Gerald Mast s excellent book on the director to offer evidence of the man s unique talent, the context provided for the film in relation to screwball comedy is valuable Swaab takes time to argue the film s greatness and discuss other films of this era His appraisal of the acting shows the film s true greatness and one place where Hawks excelled as a filmmaker His comments on Hepburn are also good and he even makes use of Andrew Britton s superb criticism of the legendary actress Striking a balance between delight and appreciation, Swaab s book is a testament to the ability of critical analysis to bring out ...

  2. says:

    If you love the film, this is certainly worth a read The author makes many thought provoking points in a breezy writing style while correcting some annoying mistakes made by other writers over the years.

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