Television: A Little Corn, Lots of White House

Hepburn shines in revival, NBC creates Washington waxworks

The Corn Is Green (Jan. 29, CBS, 9 p.m. E.S.T.) is the latest collaboration of Katharine Hepburn and Director George Cukor, who have worked together off and on since A Bill of Divorcement in 1932. Theirs was one of the movies' great creative partnerships: in such films as Holiday, The Philadelphia Story and Adam's Rib, they set the standard for sophisticated light comedy in American pop culture. Unfortunately, The Corn Is Green does not play to Hepburn and Cukor's strengths. This made-for-TV movie, a new adaptation...

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