Wednesday Bringing Up Baby BBC2, 12pm Katherine Hepburn turned her hand to comedy for the first time opposite Cary Grant in this classic 1938 rom-com.
What does KH stand for?
KH stands for Katherine Hepburn (actress)
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- King George Youth Athletic Association (Virginia)
- Kmetijsko Gozdarska Zadruga (Slovenian: Agriculture and Forestry Cooperative; Slovenia)
- Kyrgyzstan (ISO Country code)
- Katedra Gospodarowania Zasobami Pracy (Polish: Department of Labor Resource Management; Warsaw School of Economics; Poland)
- Kmetijsko Gozdarska Zbornica Slovenije
- Cambodia (Khmer Republic; Internet top level domain)
- Hydraulic Conductivity
- Kagome Higurashi (anime)
- Karbonat Haerte (German: Carbonate Hardness)
- Kate Hudson (actress)
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Film star Katherine Hepburn was in town, starring in a play called The Millionairess at the Newcastle's Theatre Royal.
Many of the movie stars honored with Oscars through the years were born in May, among them Katherine Hepburn and John Wayne, along with Gary Cooper, Henry Fonda and Jimmy Stewart.
Who starred along side Katherine Hepburn in the movie Bringing Up Baby?
6 The movies in which i) Audrey Hepburn, and, ii) Katherine Hepburn starred are, i) Roman Holiday (1953), War & Peace (1956), Funny Face (1957), Breakfast At Tiffany's & My Fair Lady (1964), and, ii) The Philadelphia Story (1940), African Queen (1951), Suddenly, Last Summer (1959) Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
For which 1981 film did Katherine Hepburn win her fourth Academy Award?
With witty banter that conjures up Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracey, this is the kind of movie you want to pop into the DVD player on a hot afternoon and chill the day away with.
Organised by NSA Scotland with Bank of Scotland Corporate as major sponsor, this year's event takes place on Wednesday, June 4, on the farm of Northhouse, Teviothead, Hawick, Roxburghshire, courtesy of host Ian and Katherine Hepburn and their sons John, Adam and Gregor.