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Katharine Hepburn mocked Jane Fonda over Oscar row: 'Won't catch me now!'

JUST IN: Jane Fonda says 'competitive' Katharine Hepburn 'didn't like' herShe continued: "She did not like me. She once told [writer] Dominick Dunne that I didn't have a soul. "Though the pair failed to engage in a more meaningful way, Hepburn herself noted that she would be seen as different from others when fellow actors, and the public, met her for the first time.

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