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Cary Grant Profile - Biography of Cary Grant - Cary Grant Movies
One of classic Hollywood's most charismatic leading men, Cary Grant developed a carefree onscreen persona that made him a huge box office star even though ...
8 Great Cary Grant Movies - Classic Movies - About.com
Suave, funny, romantic - Cary Grant's movies show his talents as the leading man to end all leading men. Just about everything he made is worth watching ...
Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant Classic Movies
Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock had one of the most celebrated and successful collaborations of any actor/director pair in history. Hitchcock, famously derisive ...
Biography of British Actor Cary Grant
The suave and debonair Cary Grant was one of the most famous actors of the 20th century. However, despite his charmed on-screen appearance, his home life ...
Cary Grant - Classic Movies - About.com
Cary Grant was known as an actor of enormous charm and devastating good looks, with an easy screen presence and great natural talent. A favorite with top ...
The Bishop's Wife Movie Review - Cary Grant in The Bishop's Wife
I'm not sure Cary Grant would be my first choice to play an angel. It seems so much better to have him play a very real man. Yet in The Bishop's Wife, Grant plays ...
Cary Grant and Howard Hawks Classic Movies - Great Actor Director ...
But with Cary Grant, he was able to cut loose and use his actor's breezy, carefree persona in several screwball comedies, a couple of which have stood the test ...
Charade Movie Review - Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn
A witty and suspenseful outing set on the streets of Paris, 'Charade' is the only classic movie to pair its two great stars: Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. A clever ...
Seven Must-See Audrey Hepburn Movies
In the comic thriller Charade, Hepburn stars opposite Cary Grant (25 years her senior) as a bewildered innocent pursued by an array of extremely nasty villains.
'She Done Him Wrong' Mae West Movie Review - Classic Movies
Mae West utters her most famous - and most often misquoted line - in 'She Done Him Wrong,' a scandalous melodrama that shot Cary Grant to stardom in 1933.