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Bringing Up Baby


Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charles Ruggles, Walter Catlett View All


Howard Hawks (Director), Dudley Nichols (Screenplay), Hagar Wilde (Screenplay), Hagar Wilde (Story) View All

Release: Feb. 18th, 1938
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
David Huxley is waiting to get a bone he needs for his museum collection. Through a series of strange circumstances, he meets Susan Vance, and the duo have a series of misadventures which include a leopard called Baby.
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I love that the film makes me empathise with Davids feelings of annoyance towards Susan yet it somehow at the same time makes me find Susan extremely charming and endearing which is a gross contradiction but this film somehow makes it a reality for me.
Citizen Rules
I do have a hunch about the film...I don't think the genius of the film is in the story line or the characters.
Grant plays David Huxley, a tightly wound zoologist who is working diligently at procuring a one million dollar donation for his museum, who finds his mission and his life endlessly complicated by his meeting a wealthy and flighty socialite named Susan Vance (Hepburn) who falls for David instantly and goes to some serious extremes to make the man forget his fiancee.