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    Guess Whos Coming to Dinner

    Joanna, the beautiful daughter of crusading publisher Matthew Drayton and his patrician wife Christina, returns home with her new fiance John Prentice, a distinguished black doctor. As old-line liberals, but still, the parents aren't completely prepared for it.
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  • Actors of "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner"

  • Characters of "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner"

    Matt Drayton. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Spencer Tracy
    John Prentice. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Sidney Poitier
    Christina Drayton. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Joey Drayton. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Monsignor Ryan. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Cecil Kellaway
    Mr. Prentice. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Beah Richards
    Tillie. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Isabel Sanford
    Hilary St. George. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Carhop. Character of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Played by: Alexandra Hay
  • Directors of "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner"

    Stanley Kramer. Director of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    Stanley Kramer
    Birthdate: 29 September 1913, Hell's Kitchen [now Clinton], Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner"

    William Rose. Director of Guess Whos Coming to Dinner
    William Rose
    Birthdate: 12 December 1914, Jefferson City, Missouri, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Guess Whos Coming to Dinner"

    Chicago Reader
    November 07, 2007

    A disaster on all counts -- its time, if it ever had one, has definitely passed.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    A wishy-washy, sanctimonious plea for tolerance, directed with Kramer's customary verbosity and stodginess.

    New York Times
    May 09, 2005

    A most delightfully acted and gracefully entertaining film.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    It would be easy to tear the plot to shreds and catch Kramer in the act of copping out. But why? On its own terms, this film is a joy to see, an evening of superb entertainment.

    Variety
    February 13, 2001

    Examines its subject matter with perception, depth, insight, humor and feeling

    Reel Film Reviews
    January 26, 2014

    ...an appealing premise that's employed to watchable (if entirely uneven) effect by filmmaker Stanley Kramer...

    Movie Metropolis
    April 06, 2011

    ...rather tame and superficial by today's standards: a gentle, sentimental comedy on the subject of interracial marriage.

    Common Sense Media
    January 02, 2011

    Civil rights, love, and family stress.

    TV Guide
    November 07, 2007

    Tracy looks tired in this draggy production; he died soon afterward, and it's infuriating to watch him sweat to inject fire into such pap.

    Film4
    November 07, 2007

    There are wonderful performances here, as you'd expect from Hepburn and Tracy, and there's no question that the film is well intentioned. Yet it's also hamfisted and self-congratulatory in the most galling way.

    EmanuelLevy.Com
    August 10, 2006

    Billed in 1967 as Hollywood's first serious film about interracial marriage, this theatrical movie begs one question: What mother in her right mind will object to Sidney Poitier as a fiance to her daughter--he's handsome, renowned pro, and gentleman

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