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Because he is the greatest movie star of all time- classy, funny, and unbelievably talented. There's no star I adore more, so here's a group to celebrate all your favorite Cary movies!

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Favorite Cary Grant movie/performance?

Started by Miss Kubelik. Last reply by Tony Eatson Jan 24. 37 Replies

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Comment by Al Pearce on March 30, 2012 at 1:41pm
Of course. At least for that scene where he's begging those child care administrators or something to not take away their baby girl, and how he cries so convincingly really gets to you. For that scene alone he should have won. Why my mother cried so much during that film that she swore she'd never see it again. And yes, i too shed a few tears.
Comment by Al Pearce on March 30, 2012 at 10:02am
Thank you for the recommendation, mrs. SMITH! any of you want another great book on Cary, check out CARY GRANT: A CELEBRATION OF STYLE. Must i say more? :-)
Comment by Judy Smith on March 30, 2012 at 1:55am

Since we all love our Cary, you might grab his daughter Jennifer's book. It's called, GOOD STUFF.  It's a quick read and simply delightful!!  Anyone who loves Cary will love it... I laughed and cried and it's her version of him just as her Dad... They were very close and it's all through her eyes... I know you all would truly enjoy it!!  ( :

Comment by Al Pearce on March 29, 2012 at 4:35pm
One of my all time favorite stars. the man was wonderful! Such a gift for both screwball/slapstick Comedy and romantic/tearjerker drama. Makes your sides split one day, the next day makes you well up in tears. How many actors do you see that are able to do both? He was truly remarkable. Remember PENNY SERENADE? one of the saddest pictures i've ever seen in my life. If i recall correctly, Cary was either nominated or won a best actor academy award for that one. his performance is one of his greatest. Moves one to tears. But remember HIS GIRL FRIDAY and MONKEY BUSINESS? Two of his GREATEST comedies, and he's just so extremely amusing and charismatic in his fast paced comedic roles. BOY!!!!
Comment by Al Pearce on October 9, 2011 at 5:57pm

Cary Grant was the first classic film star i was a fan of. i admired (and still do) his wit, sophistication, elegance, wonderful sense of humor, his Charisma, and his simplicity on life (such as his famous "staircase" workout!). truly one of the greatest movie stars of all time!


Comment by Bryan James on January 16, 2011 at 1:12pm
Cool - that was decent of him - thanks.
Comment by Michael B. Druxman on January 16, 2011 at 12:24pm
He gave me an interview for my book on movie sequels.  We talked about the TOPPER films.
Comment by Bryan James on January 16, 2011 at 12:20pm
So why did Cary Grant phone you, Michael, and what did he say?
Comment by Michael B. Druxman on January 16, 2011 at 11:51am

On the wall in my media room, I have a framed 11x14 lobby card from THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION (not my favorite film) signed by Cary Grant. 


It's authentic, so I guess that was not a hard/fast rule.

Comment by Claudia Murray on January 16, 2011 at 11:42am
Just that voice, right? My Cary Grant moment came at our local theater, The Paradise, in Westchester, CA. They had many sneak previews there, one of which was "Walk, Don't Run", not my personal favorite. We would sometimes time it right to see the stars who attended, without a huge entourage. Mr Grant was there. I got a chance to ask for his autograph, which he very graciously declined "I don't give autographs, honey" or something along those lines. He could have said, "You're ugly and your mother dresses you funny." It wouldn't have mattered. He was royalty and so nice and that voice. I think I melted right there on the spot!

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