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A Mulher que Soube Amar / Alice Adams (1935)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on May 11, 2016

A Mulher que Soube Amar / Alice Adams (1935) Se você gosta de cinema clássico, já deve ter ouvido falar do renascimento da carreira de Katharine Hepburn em 1940, dois anos depois de ela ter sido chamada de “veneno de bilheteria”. Mas talvez você não saiba que este foi o segundo read more

Alice Adams (1935) (2)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on May 22, 2013

Alice Adams Directed by George Stevens 1935/USA RKO Radio Pictures First viewing   This romantic drama made me get pretty darn misty.  Katharine Hepburn plays Alice Adams, daughter of a working class family, who hides her origins under a facade of “quality” and a nervous laugh.  Her read more

Review: Alice Adams (1936)

Pretty Clever Films Posted by benobrian on Jan 2, 2013

In Alice Adams a young fresh-faced Katharine Hepburn plays, not surprisingly, Alice Adams. Alice is ashamed of her wretchedly middleclass family and her every thought and action is trained toward her ultimate goal: to marry into the upper echelon of her small Midwestern town. Alice resides in South read more

Alice Adams (1)

MacGuffin Movies Posted by RBuccicone on Jul 26, 2012

Alice Adams (1935)      History paints Katharine Hepburn as anything but a delicate, girlish sort, and the woman is often discussed as an ideal feminist. In Alice Adams, a young Hepburn does indeed embody a sort of feminist part, but it is hidden beneath so thick a mask of social properness and read more

Alice Adams (1935) (1)

The Motion Pictures Posted by Lindsey on Mar 23, 2012

Alice Adams (1935): 3/5 Alice Adams is an early-ish Katherine Hepburn film. Hepburn herself seems very young and fanciful, despite the fact that she was in her late 20s when it was filmed. (via silverscreenaffair.blogspot) Her character, Alice, is a young social climber who hopes to woo a rich bache read more

Alice Adams (2)

The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on May 19, 2011

Don’t most girls feel vulnerable or counted out due to their socioeconomic status at some point?  There is always an emphasis on wearing the right clothes to the right places and having things or a home to reflect a high enough status to be accepted. When this film begins, Alice (Katharine Hepburn) read more