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[Interview with Katherine Hepburn]

Author: Katharine HepburnRichard BrownZora BrownJohn HellerAmalgamated Talking Pictures, Inc.All authors
Publisher: ©1993.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Katharine Hepburn talks about her love of movies, both as an art form and a medium in which to act, her early life and the reasons she became an actress, her films Morning glory and Little women, working with directors George Cukor and George Stevens, the film Stage door and its director Gregory La Cava, Bringing up Baby and its director Howard Hawks, her self-announced flop Mary of Scotland, the time in her career
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Katharine Hepburn; George Cukor; George Stevens; Gregory La Cava; Spencer Tracy; David Lean; John Huston; Judy Holliday; Stanley Kramer; Henry Fonda; Howard Hawks
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Hepburn; Richard Brown; Zora Brown; John Heller; Amalgamated Talking Pictures, Inc.; Library of Congress.
OCLC Number: 52713129
Notes: Katherine Hepburn, at age 85, recounts her 60 year career in the movies.
Performer(s): Interviewed by Richard Brown.
Event notes: Videotaped in Katherine Hepburn's New York City apartment, 1993.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Other Titles: Reflections on the silver screen with Prof. Richard Brown
Responsibility: produced for the Library of Congress [by] Amalgamated Talking Pictures, Inc. ; producer, Zora Brown ; director, John Heller.

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Katharine Hepburn talks about her love of movies, both as an art form and a medium in which to act, her early life and the reasons she became an actress, her films Morning glory and Little women, working with directors George Cukor and George Stevens, the film Stage door and its director Gregory La Cava, Bringing up Baby and its director Howard Hawks, her self-announced flop Mary of Scotland, the time in her career when she was considered "poison at the box office", the film Philadelphia story and working with Spencer Tracy, the 1955 film Summertime in which she fell into a Venetian lagoon which resulted in an eye infection that lingers today, director David Lean, African queen and its director John Huston, the films Woman of the year and State of the Union, working with Judy Holliday in Adam's rib, how the Hollywood studio system benefitted her career, her films Pat and Mike and Guess who's coming to dinner with Spencer Tracy and the latter's director Stanley Kramer, and working with Henry Fonda in On Golden Pond.

Includes stills and/or film excerpts from the following: Bill of divorcement, Morning glory, Little women, Stage door, Bringing up Baby, Mary of Scotland, Philadelphia story, Summertime, Long day's journey into night, African queen, Woman of the year, State of the Union, Adam's rib, Pat and Mike, Guess who's coming to dinner, and On Golden Pond.

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