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Adam's Rib

Adam's Rib (2023)
Adam's Rib
7.2 from 10 with total 157 votes
101 minutes
When a woman attempts to kill her uncaring husband, prosecutor Adam Bonner gets the case. Unfortunately for him his wife Amanda (who happens to be a lawyer too) decides to defend the woman in court. Amanda uses everything she can to win the case and Adam gets mad about it. As a result, their perfect marriage is disturbed by everyday quarrels.

Spencer Tracy character Adam Bonner

Katharine Hepburn character Amanda Bonner

Judy Holliday character Doris Attinger

Tom Ewell character Warren Attinger

David Wayne character Kip Lurie

Jean Hagen character Beryl Caighn

Hope Emerson character Olympia La Pere

Eve March character Grace

Clarence Kolb character Judge Reiser

Emerson Treacy character Jules Fr-ikke

Polly Moran character Mrs. McGrath

Will Wright character Judge Marcasson

Elizabeth Flournoy character Dr. Margaret Brodeigh

Bonnie Bannon character Woman in Courtroom (uncredited)

Charles Bastin character Young District Attorney (uncredited)

Harry Baum character Commuter (uncredited)

Joseph E. Bernard character Mr. Bonner - Adam's Father (uncredited)

Madge Blake character Mrs. Bonner - Adam's Mother (uncredited)

Harris Brown character Court Attendant (uncredited)

David Clarke character Roy (uncredited)

Harry Cody character Criminal Attorney (uncredited)

Dick Cogan character Reporter (uncredited)

Paul Cramer character Stenographer (uncredited)

Bert Davidson character Subway Guard (uncredited)

Roger Davis character Paul Hurlock (uncredited)

Janna DeLoos character Mary - Maid (uncredited)

Sidney Dubin character Bobby - Amanda's Assistant (uncredited)

Rex Evans character Fat Man in Elevator (uncredited)

John Fell character Adam's Assistant (uncredited)

Norman Field character Courtroom Bailiff (uncredited)

Glen Gallagher character Criminal Attorney (uncredited)

Mickey Golden character Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Danny Harvey character Office Boy (uncredited)

Marvin Kaplan character Court Stenographer (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp character Man in Courtroom (uncredited)

Michael Kostrick character Photographer (uncredited)

Nancy Laurents character Photographer (uncredited)

Gracille LaVinder character Police Matron (uncredited)

DeForrest Lawrence character Adam's Assistant (uncredited)

Gustave Lax character Juror (uncredited)

Doris Lloyd character Lady with Attinger Kids in Court (uncredited)

Lester Luther character Judge Poynter (uncredited)

George Magrill character Subway Conductor (uncredited)

Dwight Martin character Photographer (uncredited)

Louis Mason character Louie - Elevator Operator (uncredited)

John Maxwell character Court Clerk (uncredited)

David McMahon character Reporter (uncredited)

Walter Merrill character Undetermined Role (uncredited)

Frank Mills character Juror (uncredited)

Ralph Montgomery character Photographer (uncredited)

Evelyn Moriarty character Juror (uncredited)

Sol Murgi character Commuter (uncredited)

Anna Q. Nilsson character Mrs. Poynter (uncredited)

James Nolan character Dave (uncredited)

Tommy Noonan character Reporter (uncredited)

Gil Patric character Criminal Attorney (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard character Man in Courtroom (uncredited)

Dan Quigg character Reporter (uncredited)

Tom Quinn character Photographer (uncredited)

Paula Raymond character Emerald - Kip's Girlfriend (uncredited)

William Self character Benjamin Klausner - Jury Foreman (uncredited)

Will Stanton character Taxicab Driver (uncredited)

Bert Stevens character Courtroom Extra (uncredited)

Brick Sullivan character Court Clerk (uncredited)

Arthur Tovey character Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Ray Walker character Photographer (uncredited)

Glen Walters character Juror (uncredited)

Marjorie Wood character Mrs. Marcasson (uncredited)

Wilson Wood character Reporter (uncredited)