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  • Actors: Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Fay Bainter, Reginald Owen, Minor Watson
  • Directors: George Stevens
  • Writers: John Lee Mahin, Michael Kanin, Ring Lardner Jr.
  • Producers: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 19, 2000
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004TJOE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,974 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Woman of the Year" on IMDb

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I love classic movies.
CLC
She charges on her own merry way without asking him about his life, his opinion, or anything that remotely matters to him.
"fwooshlet"
Wow is all I can say after watching this movie!
Katie

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By R. Gawlitta on December 15, 2003
Format: DVD
Aside from Hepburn & Tracy's debut as a team, all credit should be given to director George Stevens for putting together this very complicated story so seamlessly. Mr. Stevens finally won an Oscar in 1951 for "A Place in the Sun" and again in 1956 for "Giant". After "Woman ofthe Year", Stevens was nominated for "The More the Merrier", another complicated plot that he handled with brilliance (remade in the 60's as a Cary Grant romp). Tracy & Hepburn are wonderful (Kate getting a nomination), and Kate's pant-suits certainly must've made a fashion statement; Kate was certainly more comfortable in those clothes than the glamour girls of the time, and though not a great beauty, she was glamorous. I still don't understand why Kate became "box-office poison" in the late 30's; I thought she was brilliant in "Stage Door", "Holiday" and "Bringing Up Baby". I don't see any difference in her choice of roles as with Irene Dunne, who did crazy comedy ("The Awful Truth") as well as sensitive drama ("Love Affair"). Who's to say what tastes were at the time? Though "Woman of the Year" has a few slow, serious moments, it's the light-hearted moments that hold interest. It won an Oscar for Screenplay, much deserved by Michael Kanin and the later black-listed Ring Lardner, Jr. And there's a particularly lovely performance from Fay Bainter who seemed to be over-looked. I enjoy this film for many reasons; it was timely, due to its release during the WWII years, as well as attacking attitudes of society which are today ever-present. I think it's most entertaining.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By "fwooshlet" on June 14, 2002
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WOMAN OF THE YEAR stars Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in their first film together, his Sam Craig matched with her Tess Harding; his subtle, underplaying acting style with her stylised, personality-driven performance. It's an acting tour de force, to be sure--the two of them make the best of (and often far surpass) a somewhat limited script and interesting but stiffly played-out plot. In fact, their chemistry in this film is palpable. When someone speaks of cinematic magic, of chemistry sparking off (if not engulfing) the screen, *this*--Tracy, Hepburn, Tracy and Hepburn--is what they are talking about, even back in the days of the Hays Code. It's all mostly chaste kisses and long eye contact, often carried out in semi-darkness, and yet the two main players establish a relationship more sexual and believable than so many of the relationships portrayed in films these days. (Take the tiny moment in the cab--not the drunk scene that everyone loves, but that moment when he says, "I've got to get something off my chest", and she mumbles, "I'm too heavy", and raises her head. When he gently pulls it back to where you feel it would always belong, you know that these actors are doing something incredible.)
This isn't to say that the film is without flaws. Far from it. The writing is clipped and most of the words on their own have little spark. (It takes Spencer Tracy's glowering eyes, or Katharine Hepburn's radiant smile, to add life to those words.) Even the relationship between Sam and Tess isn't set up in the most fluid of ways, leap-frogging from moment to moment, from scene to scene, without quite making the necessary connections--if you believe in Sam and Tess together (and I do), it's only because you can truly believe in Tracy and Hepburn together.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Eby on August 13, 2002
Format: DVD
"Woman of the Year" is known more for being Tracy and Hepburn's first screen pairing than for being an oustanding film. It's certainly not a bad one; the dialogue just seems a bit stilted and overly dramatic at times. In lesser hands, this would've been stuffed on a back shelf awhile ago. Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn are extremely talented, though, both alone and as a team, so the end result is a cheerful, electric little romantic comedy. The subject matter -wife has more prestigious job than husband- is actually rather controversial for its time (I wonder how the ending would have changed if it was remade now). It's a joy to watch Tracy and Hepburn together; they rank right up there with Bogie and Bacall as one of the best screen teams of all time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By L.D. Mit on January 24, 2005
Format: DVD
I will admit right from the start that, although I've been a big fan of the Tracy/Hepburn team for a long time, I only recently saw "Woman Of The Year". Perhaps, due to hearing so much about the sparks that flew during this now near-mythic first teaming for so long, I was afraid the actual movie couldn't live up to the hype. How wrong I was.

"Woman Of The Year" is a fantastic movie! The attraction between Hepburn and Tracy is very evident. So much so that, at several points, you feel that they are are honestly and sincerely saying the words to each other, not just characters reciting lines.

Neither Hepburn nor Tracy was considered conventionally attractive in their time, but here, both are at their most witty, charming, and yes, sexy! Hepburn is even downright girlish when flirting with Tracy, who exudes a quiet but very strong masculine presence. Even though he is considered one of the greatest dramatic actors, Tracy shows quite an instinct for comedy. Just as with his dramatic roles, he is so natural and effortless, he hardly seems to be acting at all!

The heat generated in the scene where the two are alone in Hepburn's apartment could rival just about anything Hollywood calls "sexy" today.

Watching this movie is like simply observing conversations between two people, thanks to George Stevens' superb direction. Notice how throughout much of movie, there isn't even backgroung music! The strength of the dialogue between Hepburn and Tracy carries everything, which is to take nothing away from the supporting players, who are equally strong.

Hepburn is brillant in the final scenes, trying to act as if she knows her way around a kitchen, all the while, the breakfast she's making is falling apart, while Tracy just sits and watches her cluelessness. The look on his face is priceless!

The movie looks gorgeous on DVD! The only extra material is the trailer, but when the movie is this good, you don't need extras!
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