suddenly, last summer.....Katherine Hepburn...

suddenly, last summer.....Katherine Hepburn...

Katharine Hepburn and Montgomery Clift on the set of Suddenly, Last Summer (1959, dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz) Photographer: Burt Glinn

Katharine Hepburn and Montgomery Clift on the set of Suddenly, Last Summer (1959, dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz) Photographer: Burt Glinn

Katharine is a rich broad with an elevator in her house who has tons of cash and wears white to honor her dead son, Sebastian. Monty is a doctor who performs the occasional lobotomy for the local crazy house. But he needs money. Apparently, brain surgery costs a pretty penny, and he thinks Katharine is the perfect person to sign the check.

Katharine is a rich broad with an elevator in her house who has tons of cash and wears white to honor her dead son, Sebastian. Monty is a doctor who performs the occasional lobotomy for the local crazy house. But he needs money. Apparently, brain surgery costs a pretty penny, and he thinks Katharine is the perfect person to sign the check.

Montgomery Clift on the set of Suddenly, Last Summer (1959, dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz)   Photographer: Burt Glinn

Montgomery Clift on the set of Suddenly, Last Summer (1959, dir. Joseph L. Mankiewicz) Photographer: Burt Glinn

Suddenly, Last Summer, created by paulid on Polyvore

Suddenly, Last Summer, created by paulid on Polyvore

Set design by Oliver Messel for the film Suddenly, Last Summer, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Columbia Pictures, 1959. Watercolour on paper. Museum no. S.388-2006

Set design by Oliver Messel for the film Suddenly, Last Summer, directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Columbia Pictures, 1959. Watercolour on paper. Museum no. S.388-2006

Photograph of a model for the garden in the film 'Suddenly, Last Summer'. Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Photograph of a model for the garden in the film 'Suddenly, Last Summer'. Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

Taylor. Showing desperation. In front of the camera. Suddenly Last Summer. ‘59.

Taylor. Showing desperation. In front of the camera. Suddenly Last Summer. ‘59.

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