Sorry for the long delay; I downloaded a program called Hand Brake that allows you to download film clips from your DVD drive, then I imported them to my video editing program (in this case iMovie HD), and I uploaded it onto both YouTube and this lovely website andvoila!
I love his comedic timing. One of the first classic movies I ever remember watching as a child was Bringing Up Baby. I still love that amazingly silly movie! Other favorite Grant performances are in: The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, The Awful Truth, His Favorite Wife, Gunga Din, The Talk of the Town, Notorious, The Philadelphia Story, I Was a Male War Bride.
Cary Grant is always so wonderful! It's impossible to pick an absolute favorite. I really love him in The Awful Truth, but I also love The Philadelphia Story, An Affair to Remember, Penny Serenade and In Name Only.
An Affair to Remember (cry every time)
The Grass is Greener (hilarious!)
His Girl Friday (who can talk that fast? perfect comedic timing between him and Roz Russell)
Penny Serenade, The Awful Truth, My Favorite Wife (Irene Dunne & Cary are amazing together)
Bringing Up Baby
Cary Grant is my all time favorite male star! I just finished reading his biography by Marc Eliot -- highly recommend ... it was difficult to read about his sad childhood and rough beginnings. It's hard to imagine Cary struggled so much in his personal life when all his movies made the audience hysterical!
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