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A Bill of Divorcement (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by George Cukor and produced by David O. Selznick.

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Fridays with Kate: A Bill of Divorcement

By Amanda Garrett on Jan 25, 2018 From Old Hollywood Films

The great Katharine Hepburn began her illustrious career with A Bill of Divorcement (1932). She plays the daughter of a man (John Barrymore) who returns to his family after being institutionalized for several years. No actor in the annals of old Hollywood history had a career quite like Katharine... Read full article


By Crystal Kalyana on Aug 14, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood

KATHARINE HEPBURN MONTH A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT ( 1932 ) A Bill Of Divorcement might not be crowned a masterpiece, but it sure holds a mark of distinction. Not only did it introduce us to a new star on the horizon, it was the birth of a legend, that would soon become one of the greatest and most influ... Read full article

A Bill of Divorcement (1932)

By Judy on Nov 7, 2010 From Movie Classics

John Barrymore and Katharine Hepburn John Barrymore may be best-known for his work in the theatre and in films of the silent era. But, every time I see him in an early talkie, I’m struck by how great he was in these too – and A Bill of Divorcement (1932), a melodrama?directed by George C... Read full article

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Katharine Hepburn's first film.
The premiere in New York on 30 September 1932 was a benefit for the "Free Milk Fund for Babies, Inc.". The price of a ticket was $10.00.
The car that Katharine Hepburn drives in the film was purchased by Jay Leno in 1997.
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