An attempted murder case wreaks havoc on the previously happy marriage of a lawyer and her district-attorney husband. One of the best Hepburn-Tracy collaborations! Colorized version available.
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!
A World War II housing shortage inspires a widow to propose a marriage of convenience with an inventor.
Early humorous look at an inter-racial romance and its effect on the young couple's families. Nominated for every major Academy Award, with Hepburn winning her first!
A veteran New York City sports promoter transforms a beautiful physical education teacher into a famous athlete. Bronson's debut screen appearance!
A woman can change a lot in 10 years. Or, in the case of Phoebe, change even more in a day. After her beau Dr. Gray returns home from a decade in the Napoleonic Wars, he's disappointed that faithful Phoebe appears worn and unattractive. So Phoebe transforms her looks and poses as carefree, younger Livvy. Dr. Gray, unaware of the ruse, is smitten. And about to discover that the person he truly loves is Phoebe.
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!
The African Queen starring Robert Morley, Theodore Bikel, Peter Bull, Katharine
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
Rating: Not Rated
An aspiring actress leaves her New England hometown with hopes of finding success on the Broadway stage. Hepburn's first Oscar-winner!
Spitfire movie trailer - starring Robert Young, Ralph Bellamy, Katharine Hepburn, Martha Sleeper, Louis Mason, Sara Haden. Directed by John Cromwell. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
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.
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.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!