Laura Lansing Slept Here

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Overview

Each of Katharine Hepburn's 1980s TV movies was heralded as the lady's last-ever appearance. We are fortunate indeed that she didn't choose the minor-league Laura Lansing Slept Here as her valedictory film. Ms. Hepburn more or less plays herself as a celebrated, pampered novelist who accepts the wager that she can't survive a week living with "just folks." She moves bag and baggage into a middle-class home, where she does her best to stage-manage the family members' private lives. Laura Lansing Slept Here could ...
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Overview

Each of Katharine Hepburn's 1980s TV movies was heralded as the lady's last-ever appearance. We are fortunate indeed that she didn't choose the minor-league Laura Lansing Slept Here as her valedictory film. Ms. Hepburn more or less plays herself as a celebrated, pampered novelist who accepts the wager that she can't survive a week living with "just folks." She moves bag and baggage into a middle-class home, where she does her best to stage-manage the family members' private lives. Laura Lansing Slept Here could just as easily have been titled The Woman Who Came to Dinner; it's to Katharine Hepburn's credit that she was able to make so much out of so little.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/9/2005
  • UPC: 741952632498
  • Original Release: 1988
  • Source: Koch Vision
  • Presentation: Copy Protected
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 49,760

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Katharine Hepburn Laura Lansing
Karen Austin Melody Gomphers
Kyle Comber Malcolm Gomphers
Brenda Forbes Doris
Merrilyn Gann Female Talk Show Host
Schuyler Grant Annette Gomphers
Sean Harmon Walter Jr.
Joel Higgins Walter Gomphers
Kevin McNulty Howard
Freda Perry T.V. Interviewer
Lee Richardson Larry Baumgartner
Dana Still Male Talk Show Host
Nicholas Surovy Conway
Venus Terzo Sopa Opera Woman #1
Moira Walley
Janet Wright
Technical Credits
George Schaefer Director, Producer
Paul Lohmann Cinematographer
Peter Matz Score Composer
James Prideaux Screenwriter
Rod Stephens Editor
Noel Taylor Costumes/Costume Designer
Ian Thomas Art Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. You're Out of Touch [7:08]
2. The Regular Guy [4:11]
3. Hicksville [4:41]
4. Meet the Ghompers [10:44]
5. The Schedule [4:23]
6. First Morning [6:10]
7. Day At the Market [6:16]
8. Geranium [2:11]
9. A Time to Bond [7:57]
10. Xerox Girl [3:41]
11. The Real Thing Is Rare [10:21]
12. An Actor Comes to Lunch [10:29]
13. Very Human [12:17]
14. Suburban Serenade [5:02]
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