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A young man falls in love with a girl from a rich family. His unorthodox plan to go on holiday for the early years of his life is met with skepticism by everyone except for his fiancée's eccentric sister and long-suffering brother.
The Prince of Homburg, disobeys orders and leads a cavalry charge in battle against the Swedes, which leads to victory. He is court martialled however for disobeying orders and sentenced to... See full summary »
Andrea Di Stefano,
Women love handsome Antonio because they think of him as the perfect lover. But he has problems to fullfill this ideal and Barbara only notices his failures when they are married. When the ... See full summary »
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When a woman attempts to kill her uncaring husband, prosecutor Adam Bonner gets the case. Unfortunately for him his wife Amanda (who happens to be a lawyer too) decides to defend the woman in court. Amanda uses everything she can to win the case and Adam gets mad about it. As a result, their perfect marriage is disturbed by everyday quarrels... Written by
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Licorice pistols were a popular confection at the time the film was made, though they were never as big as the one Adam Bonner eats. See more »
During the trial, when Adam Bonner is talking to the jury, he makes a few slips of the tongue. You can see Amanda's hand jump to cover her mouth to keep from laughing in several shots, while in other shots her hand is on the table in front of her. See more »
Cheeky magnetic romp saying far more than was thought back in the day.
Adam's Rib turned out to be a delightfully cheeky romp with a kicker
sense of humour, all acted out with ease by Spencer Tracy & Katherine
Hepburn. I love how the film veers from the courtroom right into their
marital home and becomes not just about a battle of wills, but a battle
of the sexes as well, much fun watching this famous couple go at each
other, both at work and at home. The film benefits greatly from the
appearance of the lovely Judy Holliday in her breakthrough role, and it
amused me greatly to see David Wayne playing a shifty character as I
remember him fondly from the Twilight Zone episode Escape Clause in
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