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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Cary Grant oozed charm and brought a sense of sophistication to the big screen - with Tony Curtis cheekily adopting the image - and accent - for 1959 comedy Some Like It Hot.
His career, which spanned four decades, saw him interview some of Hollywood's elite, including Cary Grant, David Niven, Richard Burton and Anthony Hopkins.
Every room gets a chocolate on the pillow, particularly the 18th floor's 'Cary Grant Suite'.
Ingrid Bergman |and Cary Grant GHOST (Tuesday, Film4, 11.15pm) TISSUES at the ready for this romantic drama, starring Patrick Swayze as executive Sam, who seems to have the perfect life - until he's brutally murdered.
Alfred Hitchcock adored her, actor Cary Grant accepted the Oscar for Anastasia on her behalf in 1957 and film star James Stewart once wrote her a fan letter.
The untitled drama will look at the association of the two actresses with famous figures like John Gilbert, Mercedes de Acosta, Tallulah Bankhead, Alla Nazimova, Barbara Stanwyck, Cary Grant and John Wayne, among others.
She asked: "Who played Cary Grant's potential mother-inlaw in one film and his mother in another?" The answer was Jessie Royce Landis.
Once an editor sent Cary Grant a telegram that read "HOW OLD CARY GRANT?" He promptly responded, "OLD CARY GRANT FINE.
Tope, who is based in Los Angeles, has handled the divorce of other stars including Nicole Kidman, Nicolas Cage, Britney Spears, Cary Grant, and Hugh Grant.
How has this early work figured in your more recent Cary Grant or hockey player nudes?
NORTH BY NORTHWEST PG, 136mins A reissue of the 1959 Alfred Hitchcock classic, with Cary Grant in top form as the advertising man caught up in a conspiracy.
Cary Grant is spot on as the advertising exec on the run because the bad guys - a bunch of spies, think Cold War paranoia - believe he's a government agent.
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.We are both forced to power walk but for different reasons: I have to lose weight while Grant's character Sir William Rutland joins a power walking marathon in Tokyo wearing nothing but a pair of boxer shorts and a T-shirt so he can talk to Steve Davis (Jim Hutton), an American Olympic champion of the sport.
Robinson, Kirk Douglas, Kim Novak, Cary Grant, Warren Beatty, Natalie Wood, Doris Day, Jane Fonda, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jane Mansfield and Rita Hayworth.