Gary Cooper stops on a country road, leaning against his bike to have a smoke. A publicity still for the 1933 Howard Hawks-directed World War I romance, Today We Live. Cooper, playing an American fighter pilot, and Robert Young, as a British naval officer, are vying for the affection of Joan Crawford. It’s all set in England, hence Coop’s tweedy getup. This rare MGM photo can be found in Angel City Press’ awesome Hollywood Rides a Bike book.