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two-film contract with RKO and Gunga Din was eventually directed by George Stevens. When Susan's aunt arrives, she discovers David in a negligee. Arsenic and Old Lace. The film's final cost was 1,096,796.23, primarily due to overtime clauses in Hawks Grant's and Hepburn's contracts. Hepburn understood, acted naturally and played herself for the rest of the shoot; she was so impressed by Catlett's talent and coaching ability that she insisted he play Constable Slocum in the film. The day before his wedding, David meets Susan Vance ( Katharine Hepburn ) by chance on a golf course when she plays his ball. Susan's aunt Elizabeth turns up, and she happens to be the prospective donor David has been looking for. There is incidental music in the Ritz scene, and an arrangement of "I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby" during the opening and closing credits by musical director Roy Webb. As the term gay did not become familiar to the general public until the Stonewall riots in 1969, it is debated whether the word was used here in its original sense (meaning "happy" 18 ) or is an intentional, joking reference to homosexuality. Before it collapses, David grabs her hand.
Bringing, up, baby is a screwball comedy about a paleontologist, David Huxley (Cary Grant involved with a scatterbrained woman, Susan Vance (Katharine. BBC Natural World 2009.
It had two advance previews in January 1938, where it received either As or A-pluses on audience-feedback cards. During its first run, Bringing Up Baby made 715,000 in the.S. Susan thinks David is a zoologist, and manipulates him into accompanying her in taking Baby to her farm in Connecticut. After she dangles for a few seconds, David lifts her onto the platform. Susan and David race to find Baby before the zoo and, mistaking a dangerous leopard (also portrayed by Nissa) from a nearby circus for Baby, let it out of its cage. Peter Bogdanovich's 1972 film What's Up, Doc?, starring Barbra Streisand, was intended as an homage to the film, and has contributed to its reputation. Film Daily :. Laham, Nicholas (January 1, 2009). Retrieved July 17, 2016. Hawks then hired screenwriter Dudley Nichols, best known for his work with director John Ford, for the script; Wilde would develop the characters and comedic elements of the script, while Nichols would take care of the story and structure. Susan's brother Mark has sent her a tame leopard named Baby (Nissa) from Brazil.