Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama
A couple's attitudes are challenged when their daughter introduces them to her African American fiancé.
In the scene near the end where Spencer Tracy gives his memorable soliloquy, Katharine Hepburn can be seen crying in the background. This was not acting: she knew how gravely ill her longtime lover was and was moved by his remarks about how true love endures through the years.
You know, I just had a thought. Why don't I go check into a hotel and get some rest, and you go find your folks?
When Mrs. Drayton and Mrs. Prentice go out to the terrace and begin to speak, you can hear their voices echoing, indicating that the actual location was inside of a studio.
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