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|“I'm a pig coming over here and running offat themouth,” wroteAlison Lurie (|
Loveand Friendship, 1962). run ofthe mill An ... Lake (1933), “She runs the gamut
of emotions from Ato B”—that is, a verylimited range of emotions. run the gauntlet,
|“She was s-o-o-0 highbrow that I never really knew exactly what she was saying, |
but I'd nod my head and agree with her," ... "she [Hepburn] runs the gamut of
emotions fromA to B." At La Cava's insistence Hepburn spoke those words again
|nut/11'/lg the GAM UT The American writer and wit Dorothy Parker. reviewing a |
theater performance by Katharine Hepburn in The Lake (1933). famously
quipped: “She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B." Thejoke is an allusion to
|Fresh from My Dear Secretary with Kirk Douglas, Laraine Day plays Jane Bandle, |
the run—of—the—mill adulterous wife ... performance in the Broadway play The
Lake in 1934: “She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B.” It is reassuring to ...
|Urso had granted my grandmother dispensation to appear at the funeral, but |
Grandmère said she didn't think Kristine would ... She was panned for her
performance, a critic saying she had run the gamut of emotions from A to B. “My
dear, dear ...
|So it proved, producing a stage performance that inspired Dorothy Parker's |
famous review, in which she wrote, “Go to the Martin Beck and see K.H. run the
gamut of emotion from A to B.... She has a red carpet running from her dressing
room to ...
|One chapter, she said, was called “Failure” and described her monumental |
failure in a Broadway play called The Lake. “One reviewer said, 'Go see
Katharine Hepburn run the gamut of emotions from A to B,'” she said with a snort.
“I'm writing ...
|Fully one third ofallthe illegal liquor that came into the country came in via this |
Rum Row. run the gamut of emotions ... to B.” These words became as
celebrated as any of her ripostes, but years later Miss Parker told Garson Kanin
that she ...
|'If you don't knit, bring a book,' she moaned about one particularly dull production. |
Then, reviewing a performance by the young Katharine Hepburn in a play, she
wrote that 'her emotions run the gamut from A to B'. Dorothy's caustic wit gained ...
|She scripted films in Hollywood from 1933 to 1938 (including the original version |
of “A Star is Born”) and in 1937 covered ... runs the gamut of emotions from A to B
.” • “The two most beautiful words in the English language are 'check enclosed.