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Katharine Hepburn and Anthony Vieller on the set of A Woman Rebels, 1936

Katharine Hepburn and Anthony Vieller on the set of A Woman Rebels, 1936




Miss Hepburn and I worked in a number of scenes together. She was easy to talk to and intelligent; I found myself thinking “This is one hell of a gal” a viewpoint I still hold.

-Melvyn Douglas (See You at the Movies: The Autiography of Melvyn Douglas)

Miss Hepburn and I worked in a number of scenes together. She was easy to talk to and intelligent; I found myself thinking “This is one hell of a gal” a viewpoint I still hold.

-Melvyn Douglas (See You at the Movies: The Autiography of Melvyn Douglas)







Katharine Hepburn on location for Adam’s Rib discovers she’s not as adept a  horsewoman as she thought she was. “No wooden horse can throw me” insists the star.

Katharine Hepburn on location for Adam’s Rib discovers she’s not as adept a  horsewoman as she thought she was. “No wooden horse can throw me” insists the star.







Katharine Hepburn and Vincente Minnelli on the set of Undercurrent, 1946

Katharine Hepburn and Vincente Minnelli on the set of Undercurrent, 1946




Hey there:) Love KH and therefore LOVE ur tumblr very much!!! Haven´t even made it all the way through yet, soo many wonderful pictures.. great job, keep it up! ;)) Do u happen to have the full interview she did with Dick Cavett in 1973? I´ve been wanting to see that forever.. also the one she did with Barbara Walters..? also what what would you regard has her top 3 performances? And which of the characters u´ve seen her as is your favorite/ which one would u like to meet? love ur blog <3 :)
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Hello very enthusiastic person. I have both interviews but I know they are in parts on Youtube. I would upload them myself but they would get deleted no doubt. The first one is on dvd.

Next, I hate lists and my favs vary month to month but right now: The Philadelphia Story, The Lion in Winter, Summertime(probably personal favs tho)

Tracy Lord will be my forever favorite since that is the film that got me interested in Kate. But it’s a tie with Jane Hudson, again personal reasons. I guess I wouldn’t mind meeting either.










barbarastanwyck:

Katharine Hepburn carrying firewood into her home in New York, 1979

barbarastanwyck:

Katharine Hepburn carrying firewood into her home in New York, 1979