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> I can't even name one.

Check out "Charade".

John Varela
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Check out "Charade".

I suggest "To Catch a Thief". If I were Cary, I'd rather have Grace Kelly as my love interest than Audrey Hepburn.
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Check out "Charade".

I suggest "To Catch a Thief". If I were Cary, I'd rather have Grace Kelly as my love interest than Audrey Hepburn.

"Arsenic and Old Lace" is one of my favorites.
Maria Conlon
I suggest "To Catch a Thief". If I were Cary, I'd rather have Grace Kelly as my love interest than Audrey Hepburn.

"Arsenic and Old Lace" is one of my favorites.

I like The Philadelphia Story and His Girl Friday .

Steny '08!
I suggest "To Catch a Thief". If I were Cary, I'd rather have Grace Kelly as my love interest than Audrey Hepburn.

"Arsenic and Old Lace" is one of my favorites.

And, of all his films, CG's least favourite!
Matti
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"Arsenic and Old Lace" is one of my favorites.

I like The Philadelphia Story and His Girl Friday .

North by Northwest, especially the bit with the biplane.

DC
I like The Philadelphia Story and His Girl Friday .

North by Northwest, especially the bit with the biplane.

And an excellent story otherwise as well! The plot twists leading to to the non-existent main character's predicament are unique in my movie-going history. Considering how often Hollywood remakes the same story, many more than once, a unique story line is, well, unique.

dg (domain=ccwebster)
North by Northwest, especially the bit with the biplane.

BTW, that flick may contain the earliest recorded example of the Northern Cities Vowel Shift (scene in Union Station).

Steny '08!
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> All but Grant. ... watch any movie Cary Grant was in, no matter how old or new it was.>> I can't even name one.

Just by the bye, Old Cary Grant would be turning 100 today if he were still around.

Regards
John
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