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As she stays in the country, Lutie gains a sense of maturity and grows as a person. Part … By The Sea of Grass (1947) Adam's Rib (1949) Pat and Mike (1952) Early Scorsese. (4 stars! On America's frontier, a St. Louis woman marries a New Mexico cattleman who … But I will say there's another film that is divine that very few people ever talked about. (she was nominated but not him & it won an Academy Award for it's script), 1942 Keeper of he Flame (MGM) (a heavy drama/mystery) & good (***) but not great, 1945 Without Love (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) (a comedy with serious moments) (***), 1947 Sea of Grass-(SEE ABOVE) & one of only 3 Westerns he made, technically including How the West Was Won in '63) (TRIVIA: The one & only time she got top-billing), 1948 State of the Union (M-G-M) (terrific political comedy-drama & helmed by Capra) )***1/2), 1950 Adams Rib (MGM) (Most agree this is where the duo really hit their stride & the best they made together  So many great moments & I've always felt that yrs leading Oscar winner *Judy Holliday really deserved attention for this as well as s. actress) (4 BIG STARS! split with you though on what I think is a fantastic film The Rainmaker (l956) she earned yet another of her all leading nominations for it & *Lancaster was dazzling  but, is it a true western? $5.95. All Rights Reserved. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment *Another somewhat asinine casting choice-(forget it's name right now) 1957 or so co-starring with BOB HOPE??? TM & © 2020 Turner Classic Movies, Inc., a WarnerMedia Company. Biography. I think Henry Fonda didn't make a movie for like four years, so he could do Mr. Roberts on stage all over the world (though I don't know that was any big stage star before his rise in movies), longer he was gone for the actual war, I think. Who's That Knocking at My Door (1967) Mean ... where it looks like the background is in constant motion. title details and video sharing options. (* Killer Mears-- I think Preston Foster did it in the movie.). She pulled identical thing at his June 1967 funeral at Glendale's, Forest lawn-(all the way at the very top, near *Walt Disney & Errol Flynn) She said she followed the funeral procession -(both *SINATRA *FORD & *JIMMY STEWART WERE AS PALLBEARERS BY THE WAY) until the got to it famous gates & drove off her own way  I always strongly felt though she visited up there privately, (NOTE: Look for a tremendous docu mostly on him, but she narrates entre special & rom The Thalberg Bldg  & all over M-G-M before it was ripped down, this was (1986)  THE SPENCER TRACY LEGACY (PBS) but on youtube). I also thought Melvyn Douglas was very good, as usual, and Edgar Buchanan stole every scene he was in. know what your saying, but he still worked the boards first and even played *Tracy's Killer Mars in The Last Mile. Hepburn comes off better, playing a character quieter and less forceful than she usually did, and doing so extremely well. The Sea of Grass, DVD, Black & White, Eco Amaray Case, Westerns, Drama, 883929175550 And you could probably say the same thing about Lucille Ball in Wildcat. TCM has issues with audio leveling, but all the channels do. We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyze our traffic. While he had an inkling during pre-production that this was to be a messy shoot, he tried to persevere as best he could, though in the end his instincts were right: this is not only the least "Kazan-like" of his movies, but it's the weakest of the Tracy-Hepburn vehicles. For their fourth onscreen outing together, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy moved away from the screwball comedy and delivered incredibly heart-felt performances in this western drama directed by the great Elia Kazan. That is showing stills from every movie. I don't like "The Rainmaker" either we're not going to even mention "Spitfire" . On 10/8/2019 at 4:32 PM, Princess of Tap said: Sea of Grass maybe Tracy & Hepburn's weakest, © 2020 Turner Classic Movies Inc. A Time Warner Company. We also share information about your use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners who may combine it with other information that you’ve provided to them or that they’ve collected from your use of their services. Thursday September 19, 2019. We are expected to purchase additional products to fix it. Tracy perhaps doesn’t seem fully committed to his role, but as always displays great ease and authority on screen. But Tyrone Power, Katharine Hepburn, Al Pacino are three who really liked it. When you consider how young she was it's amazing how many films she had already made by the late 50s. Often played the suave sophisticate in pursuit of a beautiful woman, as in Ernst Lubitsch's classic "Ninotchka" (1939) opposite Greta Garbo. Contemporary sources reveal that The Sea of Grass was one of the highest grossing films of 1947, earning in excess of $3,100,000 in its initial release. Filmography A good observation. Of course, I'm not meaning you, Top! Thank you Princess, I did include Keeper of the Flame above though o the heels of Woman of the Year. He was a liberal in the conservative McCarthy era. It would have seemed to me to have been controversial at its time and now it seems to be so modern. That Touch of Mink DVD $14.96 The Ghost And Mrs. Muir DVD $11.21 Forbidden Hollywood: The Pre-Code Era (1930-1934): When Sin Ruled the Movies Book $22.95 Perfect answer Miles, it is Jimmy Hawkins. The Sea of Grass is a 1947 Western drama film set in the American Southwest. Create an account or sign in to comment. Things I liked about the film: The acting: In The Sea of Grass, Katharine Hepburn portrays Lutie Cameron, a St. Louis native who moves to the country in order to marry Colonel Jim Brewton.Toward the beginning of the film, Lutie comes across as naïve, as she is a romantic at heart. I just re-watched “The Sea of Grass” yesterday, and I quite enjoyed it. She ran right into Judy Garland's house and knocked the press out of the way to see about Judy after that suicide attempt in the late 40s. Yes, that's the play he did in LA. They stepped out of their comfort zone, tried something different, and they have a tremendously good supporting cast to work with in this picture. She was a product if the studio-system all the way, Irony of ironies, she was to make her broadway debut in Anna Karenina when she went away, You can still see the adds & posters for it. THANK YOU  However there is absolutely nothing you or anyone can tell me about NATALIE! "Sea of Grass " has Always been an embarrassment in my opinion for both Hepburn and Tracy. Fox didn't really capitalize on them or photograph them to their best advantage. ), 1952 Pat & Mike (M-G-M) (my personal runner-up favorite they did. Cast and crew credits for The Sea of Grass, 1947, directed by Elia Kazan, with Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Robert Walker, at Turner Classic Movies It was directed by Elia Kazan and based on the 1936 novel of the same name by Conrad Richter.The film stars Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, and Melvyn Douglas. He worked in Repertory companies and he was on stage in Los Angeles. Cattle baron Brewton (Spencer Tracy, his first scene), his bride-to-be (Katharen Hepburn) just in from St. Louis observing, as the judge (Robert Barratt) presides over a bent verdict in his favor, plaintiff's lawyer Chamberlain (Melvyn Douglas) infuriated, early in The Sea Of Grass, 1947. I can remember I got one with Natalie Wood about the time she was doing "Cash McCall". Sign up for a new account in our community. Published in 1936, this novel presents in epic scope the conflicts in the settling of the American Southwest. I like all their movies together, except DESK SET, which I find incredibly silly and dated...and I don't think the two stars came across very glamorous in DESK SET the way they did in their MGM pictures. His movies include "It's A Wonderful Life", "The Sea Of Grass", and "Holiday Affair". So many of the Stars had to come from Broadway in the 1930s, because the Hollywood producers needed people who could talk and act at the same time. Set in New Mexico in the late 19th century, The Sea of Grass concerns the often violent clashes between the pioneering ranchers, whose cattle range freely through the vast sea of grass, and the farmers, or "nesters," who build fences and turn the sod. The script was probably intended for someone like Clark Gable and Lana Turner. I think Bette Davis did Night of the Iguana on Broadway and it was a disaster. I love THE SEA OF GRASS. The wife has an affair which produces a child, and she is ostracized from the community. You can tell me if I'm right. When I was a little girl I used to read "Movie Life" oh, it was a movie magazine for a quarter. In fact, Kate's  Broadway success in Philadelphia Story got her back into Hollywood.

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