Katharine Hepburn

  • Golden Age of the Silver ScreenBringing Up Baby (1938)

    Bringing Up Baby (1938)

    RKO Radio Pictures released Bringing Up Baby on November 23, 1938. Howard Hawks directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Charles Ruggles.

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  • SummariesBringing Up Baby (1938)

    Bringing Up Baby (1938)

    RKO Radio Pictures released Bringing Up Baby on November 23, 1938. Howard Hawks directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Charles Ruggles.

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    Bringing Up Baby (1938) Gets a Screwball Criterion Release

    The Criterion Collection released Bringing Up Baby to Blu-ray on July 6, 2021. Howard Hawks directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Charles Ruggles.

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  • Criterion CriticsSummertime (1955)

    Summertime (1955)

    United Artists released Summertime on June 21, 1955. David Lean directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Rossano Brazzi, and Isa Miranda.

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  • MHM MartThe African Queen (1951)

    The African Queen (1951) Captains a Boat to Blu-Ray

    Paramount Home Entertainment released The African Queen to Blu-ray on April 25, 2017. John Huston directed the film starring Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, and Robert Morley.

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  • Golden Age of the Silver Screen
    Summertime (1955)

    Summertime (1955)

    United Artists released Summertime on June 21, 1955. David Lean directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Rossano Brazzi, and Isa Miranda.

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    Summertime (1955) Falls in Love with DVD

    The Criterion Collection released Summertime to DVD on September 9, 1998. David Lean directed the film starring Katharine Hepburn, Rossano Brazzi, and Isa Miranda.

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  • SummariesSummertime (1955)

    Summertime (1955)

    David Lean’s Summertime is an atypically bitter take on a typical international affair.

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  • Movie House Memories
    The Lion In Winter (1968)

    The Lion In Winter (1968)

    Embassy Pictures released The Lion In Winter on October 30, 1968. Anthony Harvey directed the film starring Peter O'Toole, Katharine Hepburn, and Anthony Hopkins.

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    The Lion In Winter (1968) Roars on Blu-Ray

    KL Studio Classics released The Lion In Winter to Blu-ray on March 13, 2018. Anthony Harvey directed the film starring Peter O'Toole, Katharine Hepburn, and Anthony Hopkins.

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  • SummariesThe Lion In Winter (1968)

    The Lion In Winter (1968)

    Film and Plot Synopsis During Christmas time in 1183, King Henry II plans on announcing his successor to the throne. However, there’s a lot of people looking to take over the crown, though. Henry has three sons, but wants his son Prince John to ascend the throne. However, his wife, Queen Eleanor, has other ideas. She wants their son Prince Richard to be King. As family and other schemers gather for the holiday, each one tries to change King’s mind. Buy the Film *As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. ‘The Lion In Winter’ Movie Summary The Lion In Winter is the story of Henry II, king of Great Britain in the 12th century at a time when England and France finally have some sort of peace after the King of France dies, leaving the French kingdom in the hands of his 17-year-old son, Philip II, in whom Henry has invited to his castle. It is Christmas, and for the festivities, Henry has recalled his estranged, scheming, and outright rebellious queen wife, Eleanor of Aquataine, from her castle prison in the North of England. Henry intends to announce the successor to his throne from his and Eleanor’s three …

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  • MHM MartThe Philadelphia Story (1940)

    The Philadelphia Story (1940) has a Criterion Love Triangle

    On November 7, 2017, the Criterion Collection released The Philadelphia Story on Blu-ray. George Cukor directed the film starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and James Stewart.

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