Undated:- Katherine Hepburn and Adolph Menjou Share a Scene in "Morning Glory," 1933 Film for which she won her first of her three academy awards. (She won "Best Actress: Oscars again in 1967 for "Guess Who's Coming for dinner?" and in 1968 for "The Lion in Winter" Her rise was quick. Her first film was "A bill of Divorcement" in 1932. How was/is "Kate" to work with? Cary Grant told Charles Higham that working with her was incredible. Higham, author of the forthcoming book "Kate, the life of Katherine Hepburn" (W.W.Norton) quotes Grant: "You never saw such timing! She had a mind like a computer -- Every detail worked out! Yet computers don't have instincts, and her instincts were infallible. She taught me everything I know about comedy..."..
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