Katharine Hepburn shines as a late 19th-century Englishwoman who defies Victorian conventions by refusing to get married and deciding to stand on her own. She winds up working as editor for a women's magazine where she shifts the publication's focus from cooking and sewing to serious issues like gender equality, making her the leader of a women's movement, all while scandalously raising a child by herself. With Donald Crisp, Elizabeth Allan, Herbert Marshall. 88 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.