(1932). Stage Play: The Animal Kingdom. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry
. Directed by Gilbert Miller. Broadhurst Theatre: 12 Jan 1932- Jun 19 (closing date unknown/183 performances). Cast: Lora Baxter (as "Cecelia Henry"), Ilka Chase
(as "Grace Macomber"), Frederick Forrester (as "Rufus Collier"), Frances Fuller
(as "Daisy Sage"), William Gargan
(as "Richard Regan"), Leslie Howard (as "Tom Collier"), Betty Lynne (as "Franc Schmidt"), G. Albert Smith
(as "Owen Arthur"), Harvey Stephens
(as "Joe Fisk"). Produced by Gilbert Miller and Leslie Howard
. Note: Filmed by RKO Radio Pictures as The Animal Kingdom
(1932). See more
During the last scene with Leslie Howard and Myrna Loy, they are sitting at a dining table. There is a floral centerpiece on the table and they both have glasses of wine until she leans back in her chair, at which time only Howard's glass remains. Then her glass and the flowers reappear. See more
You're a free man you know, Tommy, always have been with me, no questions asked, but oh, please, Mexico in June, together, because listen... No, don't look at me. Look in the other way.
[Takes a deep breath
On the boat coming over, the sweetest small boy, about two, and I got crazy about him and I want one. I want one *badly*. So would you please be good enough to marry me?
[Is startled and stands straight up
Oh, you always said you wanted to and I wouldn't let you. Well, it isn't terribly ...