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and one more thing
- kevin sellers
I just found out via Google (where else?) that Patricia Morison, whose brunette sensuality I extolled in my previous review, lives less than a mile from me and will (I hope) be celebrating her 102nd birthday this Sunday. I'd send her a bottle of champagne but my wife would think that was weird, so I'll just wish her happy b day and hope she's in the habit of looking up her movies on TCM Overview.
- kevin sellers
So this is the Tracy/Hepburn romantic comedy that no one has seen, huh? Small wonder, since it's simply not very funny. Shoulda been titled "Without Laughs." It's got the "Phil. Story" and "Holiday" writers (Donald O. Stewart/Phillip Berry) but for some reason (maybe it was the somber setting of WW2 DC) they're really off their feed. And the plodding direction of Harold Bucquet sure won't make one forget Cukor. So while you stay with it for awhile, mainly 'cause of you know who, around 30 min. in boredom descends and it's back to HBO. Give it a C minus. P.S. Patricia Morison is incredibly sexy. Must check out her other work.
- Richard Weatherwax
How about the dog?His name is "Romulus" ("Rommy" for short) and he is no amateur. He is a nephew of Terry, who played Toto in "The Wizard of Oz" Rommy himself had already co-starred in "Reap the Wild Wind" (1942), "George Washington Slept Here" (1942), and ""Air Force" (1943) before this picture was made.
- Patricia Roberson
The movie Without Love is delightful. I enjoyed every moment of the film. A perfect relaxing story that made my first day after eye surgery pleasant. As a Senior, TCM movies usually fill a reminiscent joy in my life. Thank you especially for showing this film today.
Ball & Wynn Still the Show
- c velazquez
The relationship between Hepburn and Tracy is uniquely captured in this film. However, it is Ms Ball's relaxed and charming performance and Keenan Wynn at his early best that make this film memorable. Yet, Hepburn is given the opprtunity to overplay and Tracy doesn't have to act just be...what a presence!
Another Great Tracy-Hepburn Film
This is probably my favorite film of theirs, just because they explore the beginnings of a partnership and keep taking it to the next level. Some very funny scenes, a la DESK SET and WOMAN OF THE YEAR, and some tender scenes that weren't duplicated elsewhere.