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The late, great Kate is back...

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Katharine Hepburn is considered by many to be the finest actress ever to grace the screens of Hollywood. That she was also a firebrand of a personality only added to her considerable legend. To commemorate the 100th year of her birth, The Los Angeles Museum of Artis running a long series of her films starting tonight. Do yourself a favor--go to the LACMA after work to see the George Kahn Quintet at 6 p.m., have a few pops, then stay for what may be the best of the nine films that Hepburn starred in with Spencer Tracy, Adam's Rib.

August 3, 7:30 PM - Adam's Rib
August 3, 9:20 PM - State of the Union
August 4, 7:30 PM - The Lion in Winter
August 7, 1:00 PM - Undercurrent
August 10, 7:30 PM - Holiday
August 10, 9:15 PM - Bringing Up Baby
August 11, 7:30 PM - Summertime
August 11, 9:20 PM - Suddenly, Last Summer
August 14, 1:00 PM - Mary of Scotland
August 17, 7:30 PM - Alice Adams
August 17, 9:20 PM - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
August 18, 7:30 PM - Long Day's Journey into Night
August 21, 1:00 PM - Break of Hearts

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