6 edition of Katharine Hepburn found in the catalog.
Sarah Parker Danielson
December 1993 by Smithmark Publishers .
Written in English
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The woman in the book is cocky, fearless, smart, capable, and human, on screen and off.”—Anna Quindlen, The New York Times Admired and beloved by movie audiences for more than sixty years, four-time Academy Award winner Katharine Hepburn is an American classic and an extraordinary, Katharine Hepburn book presence on the international cultural by: Katharine Hepburn book.
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I worked in. Katharine Hepburn was born onKatharine Hepburn book Hartford, Connecticut. Reports of the year of her birth date differ, but the years most frequently cited are and In her autobiography Katharine Hepburn book Hepburn stated her birth date as She was one of six children (three of each gender) born to a socially prominent, well-to-do, activist.
decent choice for anyone interested in hepburn's background. it was a little dry and a lot unbalanced. we spend eons on katharine's ancestors and parents, and some of the information was really important for understanding kh's life- but some wasn't. i was fascinated by all the work kh's mom & aunt did for woman's rights, and really enjoyed reading that part, which is why the book gets 3 stars /5.
Katharine Houghton Hepburn was bornin Hartford, Connecticut, to Katharine Martha Houghton, a suffrage activist, and Dr. Thomas Norval Hepburn, a urologist who sought to Born: The Katharine Hepburn Look Book Share. Share; Tweet; 57 Photos. Photo: Haynes Archive/Popperfoto. A fiercely private person who avoided press and public events, Katharine Hepburn’s aversion to “glamour” only made her that much more alluring.
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Scott Berg. Katharine Hepburn, American stage and film Katharine Hepburn book, known as a spirited performer with a touch of eccentricity. Her strength of character, brisk New England accent, and tomboyish beauty were featured in such films as Bringing Up Baby, The African Queen, and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.
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HEPBURN, Katharine. KATHARINE HEPBURN: THE PICTORIAL TREASURY OF FILM STARS. Written by Alvin H. Marill. NY: Galahad Books, . 8vo., green boards in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed by Hepburn on the front endpaper. This profusely illustrated book appraises Hepburn's nearly forty films.
"Me - Stories of My Life" AUDIOBOOK - Narrated by Miss Katharine Hepburn, herself, this biography is a wonderfully entertaining and charming look. The Great Katharine Hepburn. K likes. Devoted to the life and work of the great Hollywood feminist persona Katharine HepburnFollowers: K.
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Based on letters by Hepburn, her friends, and her family, as well as interviews with Hepburn herself, Leaming's book is a family story that brings alive three generations of fearless women, personal and political crusaders who shaped the history of women in our century.
The woman in the book is cocky, fearless, smart, capable, and human, on screen and off.”—Anna Quindlen, The New York Times Admired and beloved by movie audiences for more than sixty years, four-time Academy Award winner Katharine Hepburn is an American classic and an extraordinary, enduring presence on the international cultural scene.
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Katharine Hepburn was unique, and her memoir was certain to be highly unusual, and so it proved to be. I purchased it because I had the thought of writing a script about her relationship with Howard Hughes - a good idea, but even before it arrived I realised that it was a waste of time as much of the ground had already been covered in "The Aviator" film/5().
In fact, "Katharine Hepburn" is a cheap, exploitative work of fiction, a Gothic novel that pretends to be a biography; it's a romance novel that uses.
This book is just like Katharine Hepburn herself. Uniquely funny, unconventional, different and beautiful. I found the last three chapters to be especially the one simply titled 'Love', about her unique relationship with Spencer Tracy. Any fan of Hepburn, or of Hollywood's golden era Cited by: 8.
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Of all the major Hollywood stars, Katharine Hepburn was the least conventional, conforming to none of the stereotypes of female superstardom. She was not an exotic outsider in Hollywood like Greta Garbo or Marlene Dietrich; nor was she a victim of the studios like Judy Garland or Marilyn Monroe; and she was certainly not a creature of the system like Joan Crawford and Lana Turner.
Katharine Hepburn was born in Connecticut in to a doctor father and a feminist mother. Planting the seeds of independent intelligence that would flourish throughout Hepburn’s life, both of her parents encouraged and expected their daughter to excel in.
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Me Stories of My Life Katharine Hepburn by Katharine Hepburn and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at With Charles Higham, Katharine Hepburn first authorized a writer to interview her closest friends and colleagues about her career, life, and behind-the-scenes romantic involvements from Leland Hayward to Spencer Tracy.
And she herself tells the deeply moving story of her twenty-five-year love affair with Tracy. Here is a vivid portrait of the most elegant, independent, and tempestuous star to 2/5(1).
"I'm a personality as well as an actress," Katharine Hepburn once declared. "Show me an actress who isn't a personality, and you'll show me a woman who isn't a star." Hepburn's bold, distinctive personality was apparent almost from birth.
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"Not often is a book about a film star more gripping than anything the star has played on the screen, but Barbara Leaming's biography has that distinction Katharine Hepburn is Ms.
Leaming's penetrating look beyond Ms. Hepburn's acting career and into the forces that shaped such an emblematic figure Prodigious research has yielded a family history that is both revealing on its own terms and 4/5(3). There are more than 20 biographies of Katharine Hepburn, of which the most exhaustive is Barbara Leaming’s.
But the best account of her life is in Claudia Roth Pierpont’s New Yorker obituary. Backstage, on a beach, hugging a donkey–is there any place where celebrated British actress Audrey Hepburn doesn't shine.
In the forthcoming photo book Always Audrey, devoted fans will Occupation: Editorial Fellow. Katharine Hepburn, the actress whose independent life and strong-willed movie characters made her a role model for generations of women and a .