This critically acclaimed Oscar-Nominated documentary focuses on Al Hirschfeld, the beloved illustrator, whose New York times drawings have brought to life the stars of stage and screen for more than 70 years.
James Goldman's brilliantly realized screen version of Henry II's family battles over choosing a successor. Hepburn's second Oscar winning performance in a row!
A grizzled riverboat captain operating in the Congo during World War I is persuaded by a lady missionary to destroy a German gunboat. Bogart's second Oscar winning performance!
State Of The Union movie trailer - starring Spencer Tracy, Angela Lansbury, Katharine Hepburn, Irving Bacon, Art Baker, Florence Auer. Directed by Frank Capra. Theatrical Release Date: 4/30/1948
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Booth Tarkington's story of a poor midwestern girl determined to land a wealthy man at any cost. Nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
Aspiring composer Constance Dane never imagined she would someday meet celebrated New York conductor Franz Roberti. Yet a love of music brings them together, and romantic love soon follows. So, too, do jealousies, human misunderstandings and artistic flareups that will test their devotion.
Break of Hearts is a triple-hankie romance to swoon by, swelling with music by Bach, Brahms and other immortals and featuring two box-office legends at their most luminous. Charles Boyer essays the man-of-the-world role of Franz. And Katharine Hepburn, the camera framing and adoring her as only classic Hollywood can, offers a much-acclaimed performance that captures Constance's freshness and fire.
Christopher Strong movie trailer - starring Katharine Hepburn, Colin Clive, Billie Burke, Helen Chandler, Ralph Forbes, Irene Browne. Directed by Dorothy Arzner. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
An elderly couple returns to their New England summer home, where they are visited by their estranged daughter. Both elder stars won Oscars in Henry Fonda's last film!
A Woman Rebels movie trailer - starring Katharine Hepburn, Herbert Marshall, Elizabeth Allan, Donald Crisp, Doris Dudley, David Manners. Directed by Mark Sandrich. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A paleontologist's search for a missing dinosaur bone involves him with an eccentric heiress and her pet leopard. Classic screwball comedy! Colorized version available.
Hepburn plays against type as an Ashley Judd-style gal-in-peril (or is she?), with a menacing husband (Robert Taylor) and a brother-in-law (Robert Mitchum) whom she may not be able to trust.
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Warren Beatty ("Down to Earth," "Bulworth") and real-life wife and Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Annette Bening ("Being Julia", "American Beauty") star in this remake of the classic love story "An Affair to Remember." Four-time Academy Award and Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Katharine Hepburn ("On Golden Pond," "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner") returns to the silver screen, joined by Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Garry Shandling ("Doctor Doolittle," TV's "The Larry Sanders Show"), Kate Capshaw ("The Love Letter," "Just Cause") and Golden Globe-nominee Pierce Brosnan ("The Matador", various James Bond features). Co-written by Beatty and Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Robert Towne ("Mission Impossible" 1 & 2). Gene Siskel says this movie "stands on the chemistry of Beatty and Bening. . . they have it in real life, and on the screen they have it too."
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Warren Beatty and real-life wife and Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Annette Bening star in this remake of "An Affair to Remember."
A young man is sent to visit his estranged father for Christmas in 1930 in New Orleans. Based on an autobiograhical short story by Truman Capote.
Warren Beatty and real-life wife Annette Bening star in this remake of the classic love story "An Affair to Remember." Katharine Hepburn returns to the silver screen, joined by Garry Shandling, Kate Capshaw and Pierce Brosnan. Co-written by Beatty and Robert Towne.
A widow who falls in love with her Jewish doctor, to her and his children's objection.
A retired professor and his wife go on an annual trip to their summer vacation home. But a teen left in their care disrupts the couple's tranquility.
For 48 years, Ethel and Norman Thayer have summered at their cabin on Golden Pond. Their New England home is filled with memorabilia, reflecting their long history on the lake, and life with their daughter, Chelsea. However, this summer becomes a season of conflict. Chelsea, now a forty-ish divorcee, and deeply distanced from her father, has come to visit with her new lover, Bill and his tough young son, Billy. These three generations are about to collide, with only the witty and buoyant Ethel between them.Chelsea and Bill announce that they are taking a trip to Europe, and ask Ethel and Norman to take care of young Billy. Both Ethel and Norman are more than a little uncertain about their new roles as grandparents. And what begins as a stubborn battle of wills between Norman and Billy, slowly turns into a warm and loving friendship. When Chelsea and Bill return from Europe, Chelsea sees in her father’s friendship with Billy, the kind of connection she always wanted with her father. In turn, Norman sees how much he has missed by denying his daughter’s love.
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