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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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But before you launch into your next media blitz, Tom, think of Cary Grant.
Linda offers that it's not so bad to be played by Cary Grant.
Taking into account such criteria as box office success, Oscar nominations, acting range and marriage appeal, Newman beat the likes of James Stewart and and Cary Grant.
Armado con el consejo de su padre (mas vale tener un buen traje que muchos de mala calidad) y dueno de un acento que mezclaba el tono de los obreros ingleses y el de los comicos populares de Londres, Archie se convirtio en una de las figuras legendarias del cine: Cary Grant.
After a few years in vaudeville he did a successful screen test for movie studio Paramount and changed his name to Cary Grant.
It would take time, the right film roles and the right influences to mold Archie Leach into Cary Grant.
To create his artist name, the studio took the first initials of their top star Gary Cooper, reversed them, then came up with Cary Grant.
Selznick are back this month in their restored glory for debut screenings at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, beginning tonight with the espionage thriller ``Notorious,'' written by Ben Hecht and starring Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant.
However, rumour has it he also courted males stars such as Errol Flynn and Cary Grant.
In 1961, after Peter Bogdanovich directed the play The Big Knife (written with Cary Grant in mind) in New York, playwright Clifford Odets arranged for him to meet Cary Grant.