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Katharine Hepburn Movie Quotes

Here are a few of our favorite movie quotes from Katharine Hepburn.

Terry Randall (Stage Door):
"The calla lilies are in bloom again."

Ethel Thayer (On Golden Pond):
"Come here, Norman, hurry up. The loons! The loons! They're welcoming us back."

Susan Vance (Bringing Up Baby):
"Your golf ball. Your car. Is there anything in the world that doesn't belong to you?"

Queen Eleanor (The Lion in Winter):
"I never made poor Louis take me on crusade. How's that for blasphemy? I dressed my maids as Amazons and rode bare-breasted halfway to Damascus. Louis had a seizure and I damn near died of windburn, but the troops were dazzled."

Amanda Bonner (Adam's Rib):
"All I'm trying to say is that there's lots of things that a man can do and in society's eyes it's all hunky-dory. A woman does the same thing - the same thing, mind you - and she's an outcast."

Tracy Lord (The Philadelphia Story):
"Put me in your pocket, Mike."

Mary Matthews (State of the Union):
"Oh, that's silly. No woman would ever run for president. She'd have to admit she's over 35."

Tess Harding (Woman of the Year):
"Always swore I wouldn't. The frightening idea of getting tied down. Guess there's one thing I didn't figure on - you."

Linda Seton (Holiday):
"Whatever he does is all right with me. If he wants to dream for a while, he can dream for a while. And if he wants to come back and sell peanuts - oh, how I'll believe in those peanuts."

Pat Pemberton (Pat and Mike):
"Don't forget to throw me over your shoulder and burp me after lunch."

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Katharine had a successful comedic collaboration with Cary Grant, how many movies did they make together?