Bringing Up Baby - 1938
Movie: Bringing Up Baby - 1938
Director: Howard Hawks
Synopsis: Dr. David Huxley (Cary Grant), the curator of prehistoric artifacts at the Stuyvesant Museum of Natural History, has alot on his mind. While playing golf with the lawyer of a wealthy donor who may be willing to give the museum a $1 Million Dollar gift, he meets Susan Vance (Katherine Hepburn), an eccentric heiress/socialite, and a friend of the potential donor. Among other eccentricities, she acquires a leopard - Baby.
Scene: Susan enlists David's help in delivering Baby to her Aunt Elizabeth's farm in Connecticut. After a dusty drive, and to delay his return to New York - and his impending marriage - Susan suggests that they get cleaned up, then steals his clothes and sends them in to town to have them pressed. She leaves him in the shower while she heads off to take her own shower in another part of the house.
Monogram: This large monogram - SV - is on the left sleeve of her robe.
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