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Cary Grant

Cary Grant


Birthdate: January 18, 1904

Deathdate: November 29, 1986

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archibald Alexander Leach (January 18, 1904 – November 29, 1986), better known by his stage name Cary Grant, was an English actor. With his distinctive yet not quite placeable Mid-Atlantic accent, he was noted as perhaps the foremost exemplar of the debonair leading man: handsome, virile, charismatic, and charming. He was named the second Greatest Male Star of All Time by t... ...detailed bio

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Ladies Should Listen (1934)

Ladies Should Listen is a 1934 American comedy film directed by Frank Tuttle.
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Kiss and Make-Up (1934)

Kiss and Make-Up is a 1934 romantic comedy film starring Cary Grant as a doctor who specializes in making women beautiful. Helen Mack and Genevieve Tobin play his romantic entanglements. The film was based on the play Kozmetika by István Békeffi. All of the WAMPAS Baby Stars of 1934 were cast in ...
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Thirty Day Princess (1934)

On her way to New York to find financial backing for her impoverished country, the Ruritanian Kingdom of Taronia, Princess "Zizzi" Catterina (Sylvia Sidney) falls ill with the mumps and has to be quarantined for a month. In desperation, financier Richard Gresham (Edward Arnold), who is planning t...
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The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)

The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) is an aerial war film starring Fredric March and Cary Grant as World War I Royal Air Force fighter pilots. The supporting cast includes Jack Oakie and Carole Lombard. March gave an outstanding performance as a pilot who cracks under the strain of war. Aerial scenes a...
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The Woman Accused (1933)

The Woman Accused is a 1933 drama film about a young engaged couple on a sea cruise, starring Nancy Carroll and Cary Grant. The supporting cast includes Jack La Rue in a particularly memorable sequence opposite Grant. The movie was directed by Paul Sloane.
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Gambling Ship (1933)

Gambling Ship is a 1933 American drama film starring Cary Grant and directed by Louis J. Gasnier and Max Marcin.
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Alice in Wonderland (1933)

Left alone with a governess one snowy afternoon (Alice's sister does not appear in this version), Alice is supremely bored. She idly starts to wonder what life is like on the other side of the drawing room mirror, when she suddenly feels a surge of confidence and climbs upon the mantelpiece to lo...
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I'm No Angel (1933)

A story about a gal who lost her reputation - and never missed it! Tira (Mae West) shimmies and sings in the sideshow of Big Bill Barton's Wonder Show, while her current boyfriend, pickpocket "Slick" (Ralf Harolde), relieves her distracted audience of their valuables for Big Bill (Edward Arnold)...
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She Done Him Wrong (1933)

The story is set in New York in the 1890s. A bawdy singer, Lady Lou (Mae West), works in the Bowery barroom saloon of her boss and benefactor, Gus Jordan (Noah Beery), who has given her many diamonds. But Lou is a lady with more men friends than anyone might imagine. What she does not know is tha...
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Madame Butterfly (1932)

At Goro's Tea House, we are introduced to Cho-Cho San (Sylvia Sidney) who is bidding farewell to her mother and grandfather. She is about to undergo training as a geisha in exchange for money that will support her family. After the relatives leave, Goro introduces Prince Yamadori, a prospective h...
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Hot Saturday (1932)

A pretty young bank clerk, Ruth Brock (Nancy Carroll), catches the eye of all the young men in the small town of Marysville, including a rich playboy, Romer Sheffield (Cary Grant). Ruth's flirtation with Sheffield angers her date, Conny Billup (Edward Woods), and she becomes the subject of local ...
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Blonde Venus (1932)

The movie begins with 7 American students traveling in Germany. They stop at a pond and see 6 girls (who all work for a theater) bathing. The girls see the students and attempt to conceal themselves (as they were unclothed). One of the girls, Helen (Dietrich), asks them to go away, to which one o...
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Devil and the Deep (1932)

Charles Storm (Laughton) is a naval commander whose jealousy makes life miserable for his wife Diana (Bankhead). His suspicions fall over his own subordinate, Lieutenant Jaeckel (Grant). Although his suspicions had no cause, soon his obsessive behavior drives Diana into the arms of yet another of...
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This Is the Night (1932)

When Claire Mathewson's (Thelma Todd) husband Stephen (Cary Grant) comes back unexpectedly from the 1932 Summer Olympics, where he was supposed to compete in the javelin throw, he discovers the train tickets for a romantic Venice getaway she has planned with her lover Gerald (Roland Young). Geral...
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Sinners in the Sun (1932)

Sinners in the Sun is a 1932 movie starring Carole Lombard and Chester Morris, and directed by Alexander Hall. The film is notable for featuring the second screen appearance of Cary Grant.
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Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)

Jerry Corbett (Fredric March), a Chicago reporter and self-styled playwright, meets heiress Joan Prentice (Sylvia Sydney) at a party and they begin dating. Even though Jerry's economic prospects are dim and he is an alcoholic, he proposes to Joan. She agrees to marry him, against her father's obj...