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Gloria Monti <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 1 Nov 1994 11:51:40 -0500
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> >> Krin Gabbard cites GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER, which is obviously an
> >> example of an interracial couple, but the whole point of the movie revolved
> >> around the race of Poitier and Anne-Margaret and how their engagement
> >> challenged the liberal sensibilities of  Tracy and Hepburn.
> >
> >        Ann Margret was in *Guess who's Coming to Dinner?*  Oh my.
> >Donald, it was Katherine Hepburn's niece in her debut performance playing
> >Joanna.  I don't remember the actress's name right nowe.
> >
> >        Gloria Monti
> Katherine Ross--also in The Graduate (No?) and Butch Cassidy and the
> Sundance Kid
        Although we have solved the mystery of the actress portraying
Joanna, I cannot resist the temptation of replying to this one.
Katharine Ross?  That's too much!
        Now, what does it say about Katharine Houghton--that's the
question.  She is less than memorable, to say the least.  By the way,
what happened to her film career after *Dinner?*
        Gloria Monti