Spencer Tracy

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United States film actor who appeared in many films with Katharine Hepburn (1900-1967)


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2 JUDGMENT AT NUREMBURG (1961) SPENCER TRACY is back in the courtroom for this Hollywood take on the 1948 trial of highranking Nazis.
This Monday, the 14th of September, guests will be in stitches over Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn's hilarious performance in Adam's Rib (1949).
The report, written by David Hart, Zoltan Acs and Spencer Tracy, Jr.
Spencer Tracy, with whom she'd been in a legendary romance for a quarter century, died in 1967, shortly after filming his final scenes in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, which would net Hepburn her second Best Actress Oscar.
With: Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Spencer Tracy, Myrna toy, Ava Gardner.
Throughout the past several years, the movie It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, starring Spencer Tracy, Jim Backus and several comedians, has reflected the transportation issues of today.
Does he really believe that Hepburn's claim that she fell for Spencer Tracy "because for the first time I truly learned it was more important to love than to be loved," is anything more than warmed-over Faith Baldwin?
And so, over a 60-year career, Cronyn won five Tony nominations for his work on Broadway - he won in 1964 for his portrayal of Polonius - and an Oscar nomination for "Seventh Cross" with Spencer Tracy and, in his 80s, an Emmy for the HBO movie, "Age-Old Friends.
Historians have told the story from the New England settlers' viewpoint, which has been recorded in most history books; the novelist Kenneth Roberts wrote of the raid in Northwest Passage, which became a film starring Spencer Tracy.
As a guest ranch, it catered to sun-seeking Easterners and Holly wood celebs--it was one of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn's hideaways.
Rudyard Kipling's Captains Courageous, which was given the MGM film treatment in 1937 with Freddie Bartholomew and Spencer Tracy (who won an Oscar for it) was recently resurrected by the Manhattan Theater Club as a musical, for a limited run.
Spencer Tracy, star of the original 1950 classic, will be turning in his grave at the crassness of the humour.
Spencer Tracy, in "Father of the Bride," sadly watching his newly married daughter drive away, murmuring, "didn't have a chance to say goodbye.