Daily Archives: 2 July, 2012

STAGE DOOR (1937): A Feminist Perspective

Because Katharine Hepburnā€™s star text in so many of her film roles reads as a liberated feminist, the audience becomes tempered to the idea of whole groups of women being autonomous. Before STAGE DOOR (1937), she had made such films as CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933), LITTLE WOMEN (1933), ALICE ADAMS (1935), […]