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George Stevens on TCM: Katharine Hepburn’s Alice Adams, Irene Dunne’s I Remember Mama

12 April 2010 7:57 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Philip Dorn, Barbara Bel Geddes, Steve Brown, Irene Dunne, I Remember Mama George Stevens‘ film series on Turner Classic Movies continues tonight with a potpourri of films: the romantic drama Alice Adams (1935), the period comedy Quality Street (1937), the family drama I Remember Mama (1948), the tearjerker Penny Serenade (1941), and the light comedy Bachelor Bait (1934). By now, Alice Adams is already over. The film is a tad dated, but Katharine Hepburn remains impressive as the small-town girl who wants to belong to both high society and Fred MacMurray. Why she’d pine for MacMurray’s character, I don’t know, but Hepburn beautifully conveys youthful heartbreak. (Not that older people can’t feel the same.) Hepburn might have won the Best Actress Academy [...] »

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