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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (11-Dec-1967)

Director: Stanley Kramer

Writer: William Rose

Music: Frank De Vol

Producer: Stanley Kramer

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Racism, San Francisco

When her daughter brings home the man of her dreams, a successful physician who happens to be black, the prejudices of the Drayton family are tested. Won Oscars for Best Actress and Best Screenplay; received 8 additional nominations including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, Best Director, and Best Score.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Virginia Christine
5-Mar-1920 24-Jul-1996 Folger Coffee's Mrs. Olson
Katharine Hepburn
12-May-1907 29-Jun-2003 The Philadelphia Story
Katharine Houghton
10-Mar-1945   Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Cecil Kellaway
22-Aug-1893 28-Feb-1973 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Sidney Poitier
20-Feb-1927   In The Heat Of The Night
Beah Richards
12-Jul-1920 14-Sep-2000 Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Isabel Sanford
29-Aug-1917 9-Jul-2004 Louise Jefferson on The Jeffersons
Spencer Tracy
5-Apr-1900 10-Jun-1967 Two consecutive Best Actor Oscars


Spencer Tracy   ...   Matt Drayton
Sidney Poitier   ...   John Prentice
Katharine Hepburn   ...   Christina Drayton
Cecil Kellaway   ...   Monsignor Ryan
Beah Richards   ...   Mrs. Prentice
Isabel Sanford   ...   Tillie
Roy E. Glenn, Sr.   ...   Mr. Prentice
Virginia Christine   ...   Hilary St. George
Barbara Randolph   ...   Dorothy
John Hudkins   ...   Cab Driver
Alexandra Hay   ...   Carhop
D'Urville Martin   ...   Frankie
Skip Martin   ...   Delivery Boy
And Introducing
Katharine Houghton   ...   Joey Drayton
Tom Heaton   ...   Peter
Grace Gaynor   ...   Judith


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