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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was Hepburn's co-star in the movie she was making when she met Hughes?
(a) Cary Grant.
(b) Fredric March.
(c) Paul Lukas.
(d) Fred MacMurray.
2. What movie was Hepburn making when she met Howard Hughes?
(a) "Alice Adams".
(b) "Little Women".
(c) "Sylvia Scarlett".
(d) "Mary of Scotland".
3. Which of Hepburn's siblings died at the age of seventy?
4. What was Putnam's full name?
(a) R. Penn Putnam.
(b) M. Phillips Putnam.
(c) H. Phelps Putnam.
(d) D. Parson Putnam.
5. How much was Hepburn offered for a role in the section "First Trip to Hollywood"?
(a) One hundred dollars.
(b) Seven hundred dollars.
(c) One thousand dollars.
(d) Five hundred dollars.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of lessons was Hepburn taking when she met Luddy?
2. What did Hepburn decide about her career when she first married?
3. What did Leland often do while Hepburn ate dinner?
4. What did Luddy do to the house he had with Hepburn?
5. Who bought the rights to The Philadelphia Story for Hepburn?
Short Essay Questions
1. After they married, what did Hepburn ask Luddy to change about himself? Why?
2. What difficulty on the set of "Alice Adams" does Hepburn recount?
3. How did Hepburn's father react to her relationship with H. Phelps Putnam?
4. What values does Hepburn say her mother passed on to her and her siblings?
5. What did Hepburn's maternal grandmother, Caroline, want her daughters to do in their lives?
6. What story does Hepburn tell about a wild animal in the section titled "Leland Hayward"?
7. How did Leland end his relationship with Hepburn?
8. After what event did Jed Harris's treatment of Hepburn change?
9. What did Hepburn decide she should do while she was working in her second play?
10. Why does Hepburn believe George Cukor never received the credit he deserved for his work?
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