The first onscreen pairing of Tracy and Hepburn, a team that would last 25 years until Tracy's death in 1967. He plays a sportswriter for a New York newpaper who becomes angry after hearing Hepburn on a radio broadcast boldly state that baseball should be eliminated until WWII comes to an
end. Hepburn, the daughter of diplomat Watson and an international affairs writer, works on the same paper as Tracy, and her remarks begin a battle waged in their respective columns. Once they meet in person, they are attracted to each other, much to the surprise of their friends and colleagues.
Eventually Tracy and Hepburn wed, but their marriage rests on shaky ground. Hepburn's ...