I CAN’T EVEN!!!!

I do find The Philadelphia Story a little problematic, but mostly because these two characters don’t end up together.

This is from a bio of Katharine on The Hairpin, which you need to drop everything and read now if you love her half as much as I do. GO! READ IT!

I CAN’T EVEN!!!!

I do find The Philadelphia Story a little problematic, but mostly because these two characters don’t end up together.

This is from a bio of Katharine on The Hairpin, which you need to drop everything and read now if you love her half as much as I do. GO! READ IT!

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    you know i think this is the best movie ever i literally say that every day but
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    Society wedding! Drunken night swim! James Stewart is a tabloid writer! Cary Grant shoves Katharine Hepburn in the face!...
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    When I was in my teens (when I first saw The Philadelphia Story and Katharine Hepburn was a major life and fashion icon)...
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    I love The Philadelphia Story, but there’s an undertone of “let’s take Hepburn down a peg” in it that means I don’t...
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    This, plus: my sister and I were both named after Katharine Hepburn — both our names are spelled differently, and...
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    I refuse to entertain the notion that there is anything wrong with The Philadelphia Story as it stands.
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