Cary Grant

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United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)


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His career, which spanned four decades, saw him interview some of Hollywood's elite, including Cary Grant, David Niven, Richard Burton and Anthony Hopkins.
Cary Grant and Douglas Fairbanks Jr in the 1939 film Gunga Din, also starring Joan Fontaine.
Now a new edition of Nancy Nelson's book Evenings With Cary Grant is - as we're told in the blurb on its front - a medley of "recollections in his own words and by those who knew him best".
UN UN UNDE DER THREAT A J One the C G ti A t t t f UNDER THREAT J One of the retailer's stores and celebrity fan Cary Grant in a Aquascutum coat NEW LOOK n Recent design
Brentford THREE IDEAL DINNER GUESTS: Cary Grant (perfect gent), Clint Eastwood (Dirty Harry) and my mum (she passed away a couple of years ago) OR MEAT OR VEG: Both BEER OR WINE: Wine MAINS OR DESSERT: Mains SATURDAY OR SUNDAY: Saturday CHRISTMAS EVE OR NEW YEAR''s EVE: Christmas Eve FANS' RATINGS Voted for by fans between the final whistle and 4pm Sunday.
When you trace the lineage of the matinee idol through Cary Grant, Paul Newman and Tom Cruise, it isn't hard to work out which generation gets the short straw.
David Worrall, 35, is a senior lawyer at Shipley Solicitors; Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth; Mr Cool - Cary Grant
No, I don't run, I sort of power walk like Cary Grant in Charles Walter's 1966 comedy Walk Don't Run.
Cary Grant played a cat burglar in To Catch a Thief Paul Newman and Robert Redford robbed trains in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
The former England captain may be mocked for his fashion sense but he topped a list of male stars which included Cary Grant, Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra.
Cut to another era, Tom: When I was starting out as a reporter, I found myself unexpectedly in conversation with Cary Grant.
Over the years, Canter's plain vinyl booths have drawn the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Cary Grant and Elizabeth Taylor.
Cary Grant, born Archibald Leach in Bristol, was famous not just in his comic roles but as a 'leading man'.
I love Toronto," the Cary Grant character tells Alim, adding, "Does time always drag here like this?
Former factory worker Rodney Maile, 69, and his 60-year-old friend Jack Cornish have remade the Cary Grant classic Charade.