Woman of the Year

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Released 1997

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Director:
George Stevens
Released:
1997
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Woman of the Year is a 1942 romantic comedy directed by George Stevens. When Tess Harding (Katharine Hepbun) and Sam Craig (Spencer Tracy) cross paths for the first time at work, sparks fly. Tess is a sophisticated feminist and political commentator. Sam is a blue-collar sports writer with a sharp tongue. When Tess makes a comment about baseball in her column, Sam take offense. Soon, however, their quarreling turns to romantic banter and the two fall in love. After they marry, conflicts arise when the pressure of work and home life create differing priorities. When Tess adopts a young Greek boy, Chris (George Kezas) without asking her permission, Sam has had enough. After refusing to accompany Tess to an award ceremony honoring her as "Woman of the Year," Sam takes Chris back to the orphanage and leaves Tess. Returning home, Tess begins to see what she has lost, and after visit family, decides she must do whatever it takes to win Sam back.moreless

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Comedy, Sports

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Romantic Comedy