Woman Of The Year
Cert: U Year: 1942 Length: 114 mins
The first on screen pairing of Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy is set in the offices of a busy newspaper, where they work on the foreign and sports desks – and don’t have a lot in common. This review from the New York Times in 1942 "a cheering, delightful combination of tongue—tip wit and smooth romance, a picture of surface brilliance designed unreservedly 'pour le sport' but with enough of a homely little moral to make it quite comforting in these times. It's as warming as a Manhattan cocktail and as juicy as a porterhouse steak.
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