Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Dinner at Eight — I wonder what Carlotta would have made of Google Glass?
“I always wanted to be a movie actress. I thought it was very romantic. And it was.” Katharine Hepburn
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The one movie she really IS adorable in? Bringing Up Baby!
THE penultimate screwball comedy!
Reblogged this on Carleigh-Hepburn and commented:
You might also like this from Ms. Kate… “Stone cold sober, I find myself absolutely fascinating.”
This makes me want to reread “Me.” Such a good autobiography!
I am rereading Diana Vreeland’s memoirs, I think they both were very clever to write is such a conversational tone.
I love DV! Also a truly must read for anyone. Too many moving houses means I no longer have my copy, just like “Me” – oh how I miss my books!
Vickie, I’m afraid I have to use my powers of annoying persnicketiness, “penultimate” doesn’t mean “best” or “greatest”, it means “next to last” as in “the penultimate episode”! I’m sure you remember that now. 😉 Gee, what a Kate Hepburnish thing for me to do!
Hey, but sounds good! How about the pinnacle, nay, the ZENITH of screwball humor? 🙂 !
“…but it sounds good”… Bwahahahaha! “Zenith”, yes, that’s better!
My favorite Kate Hepburn movie is “The Philadelphia Story”. My, but she was YAR (or yahhhhh, as she said it) in that film! Of course, the fact that James Stewart was a main player is another reason I love it… he’s my all-time crush.
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