History Film / ThePhiladelphiaStory

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** Mike, a sensitive poet who puts up a JerkAss front to "save his skin"

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** Mike, a sensitive poet who puts up a JerkAss front to "save his skin"skin".
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-->'''Tracy'': I want them out and you too.

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-->'''Tracy'': -->'''Tracy''': I want them out and you too.
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-->'''Dexter:''' "We're all only human, you know."

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-->'''Dexter:''' "We're We're all only human, you know."



-->'''Tracy:''' "I want them out and you too."
-->'''Dexter:''' "Yes, yes, your Majesty, but first, could I interest you in some small blackmail?"

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-->'''Tracy:''' "I -->'''Tracy'': I want them out and you too."
-->'''Dexter:''' "Yes,
too.
-->'''Dexter''': Yes,
yes, your Majesty, but first, could I interest you in some small blackmail?"blackmail?



--> '''George''': "Well, you're like some marvelous, distant ... well, queen, I guess."

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--> '''George''': "Well, Well, you're like some marvelous, distant ... well, queen, I guess."



-->'''Macaulay Connor''': After which I deposited Tracy on her bed in her room, and promptly returned down here to you two - which doubtless you'll remember.
-->'''Dexter Haven''': Doubtless, without a doubt!

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-->'''Macaulay Connor''': -->'''Mike''': After which I deposited Tracy on her bed in her room, and promptly returned down here to you two - which doubtless you'll remember.
-->'''Dexter Haven''': -->'''Dexter''': Doubtless, without a doubt!



-->'''Dinah:''' "Well the papers were full of inundo."
-->'''Margaret:''' "Of what?"
-->'''Dinah:''' "Of inundo. Cruelty and drunkenness it said."

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-->'''Dinah:''' "Well -->'''Dinah''': Well, the papers were full of inundo."
-->'''Margaret:''' "Of what?"
-->'''Dinah:''' "Of
inundo.
-->'''Margaret''': Of what?
-->'''Dinah''': Of
inundo. Cruelty "Cruelty and drunkenness drunkenness", it said."



* LoveEpiphany: Subverted
-->'''Mike:''' "It - it can't be anything like love, can it?"
-->'''Tracy:''' "No, it mustn't be! It can't be!"
-->'''Mike:''' "Would it be inconvenient?"
-->'''Tracy:''' "Terribly!"

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* LoveEpiphany: Subverted
-->'''Mike:''' "It
Subverted.
-->'''Mike''': It
- it can't be anything like love, can it?"
-->'''Tracy:''' "No,
it?
-->'''Tracy''': No,
it mustn't be! It can't be!"
-->'''Mike:''' "Would
''can't'' be!
-->'''Mike''': Would
it be inconvenient?"
-->'''Tracy:''' "Terribly!"
inconvenient?
-->'''Tracy''': Terribly!



-->'''Mike:''' "When a girl is like Tracy, she's one in a million! She's sort of like a...She's sort of like a..."
-->'''Dexter:''' "A goddess?"
-->'''Mike:''' "No, no, no, you said that word this afternoon, no. No, she's sort of like a queen. A radiant, glorious queen. And you can't treat her like other women."

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-->'''Mike:''' "When -->'''Mike''': When a girl is like Tracy, she's one in a million! She's sort of like a...She's sort of like a..."
-->'''Dexter:''' "A goddess?"
-->'''Mike:''' "No,
a...
-->'''Dexter''': A goddess?
-->'''Mike''': No,
no, no, you said that word this afternoon, no. No, she's sort of like a queen. A radiant, glorious queen. And you can't treat her like other women."



-->'''Mike:''' "So you want to get even with your ex-bride, huh?"

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-->'''Mike:''' "So -->'''Mike''': So you want to get even with your ex-bride, huh?"huh?



-->'''Tracy:''' "Mother, how do you spell 'omelet'???"
-->'''Margaret Lord:''' "O-M-M-E-L-E-T."
-->'''Tracy:''' ''(Erasing what she has written.)'' "Thought there was another 'L'."

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-->'''Tracy:''' "Mother, -->'''Tracy''': Mother, how do you spell 'omelet'???"
-->'''Margaret Lord:'''
"omelet"?
-->'''Margaret''':
"O-M-M-E-L-E-T."
-->'''Tracy:''' ''(Erasing -->'''Tracy''': (''erasing what she has written.)'' "Thought written'') Thought there was another 'L'.""l".



-->'''Mike:''' "Well, I made a funny discovery. That in spite of the fact that somebody's up from the bottom, he can still be quite a heel. And even though somebody else is born to the purple, he can still be a very nice guy."

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-->'''Mike:''' "Well, -->'''Mike''': Well, I made a funny discovery. That in spite of the fact that somebody's up from the bottom, he can still be quite a heel. And even though somebody else is born to the purple, he can still be a very nice guy."



-->'''Mike:''' Look, who's doing the interviewing here???

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-->'''Mike:''' -->'''Mike''': Look, who's doing the interviewing here???



-->'''Mike:''' Well, you're the darndest girl.
-->'''Liz''' (primly): I think I'm sweet.

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-->'''Mike:''' -->'''Mike''': Well, you're the darndest girl.
-->'''Liz''' (primly): -->'''Liz''': (''primly'') I think I'm sweet.
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* HotAndCold: Tracy veers between affection and anger.

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* HotAndCold: {{Hot and Cold}}: Tracy veers between affection and anger.
18th Aug '17 7:54:49 AM Mdumas43073
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Upper-class socialite Tracy Lord (Hepburn, reprising her stage role) is getting married to an [[SelfMadeMan independently wealthy man]], but her ex-husband C.K. Dexter Haven (Grant), looking for a little revenge, sneaks in a couple of reporters -- a writer (Stewart) and photographer (Ruth Hussey) -- to do an exclusive story for ''Spy'' magazine. LoveTriangle [[HilarityEnsues confusion ensues]] among the stars and supporting characters.

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Upper-class socialite Tracy Lord (Hepburn, reprising her stage role) is getting married to an [[SelfMadeMan independently wealthy man]], man]] and aspiring politician George Kittredge (John Howard), but her ex-husband C.K. Dexter Haven (Grant), looking for a little revenge, sneaks in a couple of reporters -- a writer (Stewart) and photographer (Ruth Hussey) -- to do an exclusive story for ''Spy'' magazine. LoveTriangle [[HilarityEnsues confusion ensues]] among the stars and supporting characters.
18th Aug '17 7:49:03 AM Mdumas43073
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/philadelphiast.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Eeeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe]]

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/philadelphiast.jpg]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:Eeeny, Meeny, Miney, Moe]]
Moe.]]
17th Aug '17 12:35:12 PM Mdumas43073
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A classic, witty romantic ScrewballComedy adapted from Philip Barry's hit Broadway play of the same name, ''The Philadelphia Story'' (1940) was directed by Creator/GeorgeCukor and stars three of the biggest stars of the era: Creator/KatharineHepburn, Creator/CaryGrant and [[Creator/JimmyStewart James Stewart]].

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A classic, witty romantic ScrewballComedy adapted from Philip Barry's hit Broadway play of the same name, year before, ''The Philadelphia Story'' (1940) was directed by Creator/GeorgeCukor and stars three of the biggest stars of the era: Creator/KatharineHepburn, Creator/CaryGrant and [[Creator/JimmyStewart James Stewart]].
17th Aug '17 12:34:06 PM Mdumas43073
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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, receiving six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy Stewart's performance as Macaulay "Mike" Connor earned him the Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.

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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, receiving six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy James Stewart's performance as Macaulay "Mike" Connor earned him the Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.
17th Aug '17 12:31:40 PM Mdumas43073
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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, receiving six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy Stewart's performance earned him a Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.

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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, receiving six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy Stewart's performance as Macaulay "Mike" Connor earned him a the Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.
17th Aug '17 12:30:15 PM Mdumas43073
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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, earning six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy Stewart's performance earned him a Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.

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A box-office hit, the film was also a great critical success, earning receiving six AcademyAward nominations. Jimmy Stewart's performance earned him a Best Actor award, for the first and only time in his career. David Ogden Stewart also took home an Oscar for his screenplay.
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