TV Movie | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
An aging actress is being sued for breach of promise. She hires as her lawyer a man who was an ex-lover, and is still in love with her, although she doesn't know it. She realizes that the ... See full summary »
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In 1973, during an interview on the The Dick Cavett Show (1968), Cavett asked Katharine Hepburn if she was sorry she had never acted with Sir Laurence Olivier. With a smile and a laugh, Hepburn replied, "Well, neither of us is dead yet. Even though you may think so." Two years later, Hepburn and Olivier made this movie together.
Sir Arthur Glanville-Jones:
Are you dining at home?
Druce: Yes, Alice expects me. Here, um, will you come too? Are you free?
Sir Arthur Glanville-Jones: My dear boy, I am freedom's prisoner.
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