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Woman of the Year (1942)
5) Woman of the Year (1942)
Sam Craig: There’s something I have to get off my chest.
Tess Harding: I’m too heavy.
Sam Craig: No. I love you.
Tess Harding: You do?
Sam Craig: Positive.
Tess Harding: That’s nice. Even when I’m sober?
Sam Craig: Even when you’re brilliant.
At first Hepburn fretted she would be “too sweet” in the part. “Katie,” said Stevens, “you get out there and be as sweet as you can be. You’ll still be plenty nasty.” Then she objected to Stevens’ introductory image of her, a generous sampling of leg from Tracy’s perspective, the first genuine cheesecake shot of her career. “It’s not like crossing your legs in front of a man,” Stevens argued, painfully aware of her lack of credentials as a movie sexpot. “You don’t know your leg is showing. But he sees it. And the audience sees it. And everybody remembers it and forgives you when you are not being feminine.”
[Spencer Tracy: A Biography]
Okay not even gonna lie I approve of this colorized Hungarian dubbed version of the movie.
Why she is my favorite face Woman of the Year color edition, featuring the always outstanding Potato.