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- Hepburn (Katharine Hepburn) is a great model for how I see Lois - strong but fragile.
- Hepburn was a member of the International Best Dressed List and elevated into its Hall of Fame in 1961.
- Hepburn is a Scottish family name that is also associated with a variety of famous personages, eponyms, places, and things.
- Hepburn is a small community in Iowa in the United States.
- Hepburn is a town in Saskatchewan in Canada.
- On August 30 Olivier and Leigh were married in Santa Barbara, California, in a ceremony attended only by their witnesses, Katharine Hepburn and Garson Kanin.
- The battle between Hepburn and King split the Ontario Liberal Party and led to Hepburn's ouster as leader.
- From AudioFile Images of Bogart and Hepburn only enhance the tale of this unlikely pair during their determined assault against the Germans.
- In 1999, Davis was placed second, behind Katharine Hepburn, on the American Film Institute 's list of the greatest female stars of all time.
- In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Hepburn as the top female star of all time.
- To calm her nerves before singing during her audition for Eliza Doolittle, originally played by Audrey Hepburn, Keira Knightley had some liquid courage.
- Katharine Hepburn is a screen legend.
- He also served as tutor to Patrick Hepburn, 3rd Earl of Bothwell, his elder brother Adam 's great-grandson.
- Hepburn lived and died in the Fenwick section of Old Saybrook.
- Katharine Hepburn is a harebrained heroine indeed, and Cary Grant an immensely eccentric hero.
- The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Mitchell Hepburn, was re-elected for a second term in government, with a slightly reduced majority in the Legislature.
- Afdera Franchetti was married to Henry Fonda from 1957 to 1961; they met in Italy while he was filming War and Peace with Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer.
- Audrey Hepburn, the actress who epitomized Hollywood chic in the 1950's and 60's, died yesterday at her home in Tolochenaz, near Lausanne, Switzerland.
- It is sometimes claimed that Audrey Hepburn and Katharine Hepburn were related.
- Actresses Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn were often photographed in trousers from the 1930s and helped make trousers acceptable for women.
- With Audrey Hepburn - like models as the new embodiments of haute couture, women once again felt too fat.
- At the age of 63, Audrey Hepburn died from colon cancer in Tolochenaz, Switzerland on January 20, 1993.
- Highlights include a rare photograph of Audrey Hepburn taken at the pinnacle of her career in 1956 by renowned portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh.
- Katharine Hepburn often expressed her gratitude toward Ludlow for his financial and moral support in the early days of her career.
- The record as submitted by Mr. Knapp dates from the passage of the Hepburn act in 1906.
- But the Court did not at all rely on the Hepburn Act for this latter holding.
- Hepburn in the one-woman play Tea at Five at the Hippodrome Tuesday through Jan.
- In 1867 the word "nori" first appeared in an English-language publication — "A Japanese and English Dictionary," by James C. Hepburn.
- For discussion of the system for the Romanization of Japanese, see Hepburn romanization.
- There is a garden dedicated to Katharine Hepburn in New York City on East 49th Street and 2nd Ave.
- This branch of the family originated in Lothian when a Hepburn was granted land having saved the Earl of March from a horse that had lost control.
- Katharine Hepburn starred in the 1969 Broadway musical Coco based on the life of Coco Chanel.
- Born in St. Thomas, Ontario, Hepburn worked as an onion farmer and also worked for the Canadian Bank of Commerce from 1913 to 1917.
- McGuinty became the first Liberal leader in Ontario to win two successive majorities in the legislature since Mitchell Hepburn in the 1937 election.
- Mitchell Hepburn is the youngest ever Premier of Ontario.
- Katharine Hepburn is a legend lost, but a legend that will be forever remembered.
- Few railroads complained because the Elkins law did not deal with the regulatory issues that formed the background for the Hepburn Act of 1906.
- B Hepburn resigned as Premier in October 1942 after designating Gordon Daniel Conant as his successor, and Conant was sworn in as Premier.
- Beginning with the Hepburn Act (1906), the ICC's jurisdiction was gradually extended beyond railroads to all common carriers except airplanes by 1940.
- Discredited by the Depression, the Conservatives were defeated in the 1934 election by the Liberals, led by a farmer from western Ontario, Mitchell Hepburn.
- The United States Supreme Court, with Salmon P. Chase (former Secretary of the Treasury) ruled the practice of legal tender unconstitutional in Hepburn v.
- It is believed that he had a brief affair with Audrey Hepburn during the filming of Two for the Road.
- Intoxicated by her success, Hepburn felt it was time to return to the theater.
- The last Liberal Party Premier to achieve such success was Mitchell Hepburn during the 1930s.
- In addition to appearing on film, TV, and Broadway, Katharine Hepburn is a best selling author.
- His co-stars as the cockney flower girl Eliza were Julie Andrews on Broadway and Audrey Hepburn in the movie.
- See 49 U.S.C. § 15. Under the Hepburn Act, however, the Commission could not issue an order affecting a rate until it had become effective.
- A "wet", Hepburn was able to end the divisions in the party around the issue of temperance which had reduced it to a narrow sect.
- Sylvia Scarlett is a George Cukor-directed gem costarring Cary Grant, though Hepburn and Grant are most decidedly not in wacky Bringing Up Baby mode.
- Vocally, Audrey Hepburn was given time to practice, and she did record My Fair Lady with a lengthy preparation of her own singing voice.
- Nixon would later play one of Julie Andrews' fellow nuns in The Sound Of Music, as well as the voice-over for Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady.
- Hepburn starred in 1964's My Fair Lady which was said to be the most anticipated movie since Gone With The Wind.
- Mitchell Hepburn, a farmer and former U Member of the Legislative Assembly ]], but sat among their ranks in parliament.
- For a time, Hepburn served as president of the American Society of Professional Automobile Racers.
- But the heart of this film is the very palpable emotion between Hepburn and Connery (and between Connery and Williamson).
- Roman Holiday is the film that brought Audrey Hepburn to prominence, and the world movie audience went weak at the knees.
- Charles A Hepburn, was a Glasgow based mercantile philanthropist who donated a large collection of books and manuscripts to the University of Glasgow.
- The auction netted several million dollars, which Hepburn willed mostly to her family and close friends, including television journalist Cynthia McFadden.
- Hepburn also cut spending on electric power from Quebec, gave money to mining industries in northern Ontario, and introduced compulsory milk pasteurization.
- On Hepburn 's return from shooting The African Queen, they teamed with Cukor in 1952's Pat and Mike.
- Hepburn also appeared with John Wayne in Rooster Cogburn, which was essentially The African Queen done as a western.
- Hepburn made her first appearance opposite Spencer Tracy in Woman of the Year (1942), directed by George Stevens.
- Sylvia Scarlett is a romantic comedy set in England, in which Hepburn plays a young woman whose father is on the run for embezzlement.
- Katharine Hepburn stars as Terry Randall a young woman who comes from a wealthy, socially connected family.
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