: Turner Classic Movies remembers Hepburn


james99
2007-05-09, 06:37 PM
Over her long and storied career, which included 12 Academy Award nominations and a record four wins for best actress, Katharine Hepburn personified a peculiarly American, dignified grit.

And with her 100th birthday approaching Saturday, Turner Classic Movies is remembering Hepburn, who died in June 2003 at 96, by showing several of her films this week — from her 1932 debut, "A Bill of Divorcement," to 1967's "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," which earned her the second of her Oscars. (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070509/ap_en_tv/film_katharine_hepburn;_ylt=AmGyFrYnTeiubv5z0nXXJ41pMhkF)