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A Woman Rebels

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A Woman Rebels
A-Woman-Rebels-1936.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byMark Sandrich
Produced byPandro S. Berman
Screenplay byErnest Vajda
Anthony Veiller
Based onPortrait of a Rebel
1930 novel
by Netta Syrett
StarringKatharine Hepburn
Herbert Marshall
Elizabeth Allan
Music byRoy Webb
CinematographyRobert De Grasse
Edited byJane Loring
Production
company
Distributed byRKO Pictures
Release date
  • November 6, 1936 (1936-11-06)
Running time
88 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguagesEnglish
Italian
Budget$574,000[1]
Box office$583,000[1]

A Woman Rebels is a 1936 American historical drama film adapted from the 1930 novel Portrait of a Rebel by Netta Syrett and starring Katharine Hepburn as Pamela Thistlewaite, who rebels against the social mores of Victorian England. The film was directed by Mark Sandrich; it was the film debut of Van Heflin, and the second last film of David Manners.

Hepburn's performance as the defiant young woman is considered by many critics[by whom?] the epitome of her feminist characterizations of the 1930s.

Plot

In Victorian London, Pamela defies her autocratic father (Donald Crisp), and has a baby out of wedlock with her lover, Gerald Waring (Van Heflin, in his screen debut). Pamela's pregnant sister Flora (Elizabeth Allan) hears of the death of her young husband, faints, hurting herself, and dies. Pamela raises her illegitimate daughter as her niece and becomes a crusading journalist for women's rights. Eventually she agrees to marry diplomat Thomas Lane (Herbert Marshall) after being unfairly named as co-respondent in Waring's divorce.

Cast

Reception

With a box office loss estimated at a hefty $222,000 for RKO, this was Hepburn's third flop in a row which contributed to Hepburn's growing reputation as "box office poison".[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Richard Jewel, 'RKO Film Grosses: 1931-1951', Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television, Vol 14 No 1, 1994 p57

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