Hepburn subsequently tried to get the play adapted into a film: a script was written by , and she offered to work for nothing and pay the director herself, but no studio picked up the project.
One was when he was still in high school.
Without Love received poor reviews, but a new Tracy—Hepburn picture was a big event and it was popular on release, selling a record number of tickets over the Easter weekend in 1945.
During the summer of 1931, Philip Barry asked her to appear in his new play, , alongside.
Also featured in the series was Dina's sister-in-law Jade Berti, granddaughter of comedy legend.
In a twist that attracted headlines after the Eastwoods separated, Scott Fisher started dating Clint's estranged wife Dina at the same time Clint and Erica were dating.