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Jimmy Stewart & Cary Grant,                          The Philadelphia Story

Jimmy Stewart & Cary Grant, The Philadelphia Story. "Well, Tracy and Liz aren't around, so what are we waiting for?

Great picture of Cary Grant as 'John Robie', from TO CATCH A THIEF. That red bandana!

CARY GRANT CASUAL

Cary Grant as John Robie in "To Catch A Thief" This outfit has at several points in my life been my biggest aesthetic inspiration. Those slacks, the light sweater, and the beautiful red on his neck.

Cary Grant in Suspicion, 1941, dir. Alfred Hitchcock

Cary Grant in "Suspicion", dir. Hitchcock famously put a tiny light in or under the glass of presumably poisoned milk to give it a glow to capture the movie theater audience's eyes.

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Classic Movie Legend, Cary Grant, Born January To use an old cliché, the perfect Male Star must be someone “Men want to be and woman want to be with.” In terms of classic Hollywood, no star fit’s the bill more than Cary Grant.

"BRISTOL BASIN BENEATH THIS EAST RIVER DRIVE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK LIE STONES, BRICKS AND RUBBLE FROM THE BOMBED CITY OF BRISTOL IN ENGLAND. BROUGHT HERE IN BALLAST FROM OVERSEAS. THESE FRAGMENTS THAT ONCE WERE HOMES SHALL TESTIFY WHILE MEN LOVE FREEDOM TO THE RESOLUTION AND FORTITUDE OF THE PEOPLE OF BRITAIN THEY SAW THEIR HOMES STRUCK DOWN WITHOUT WARNING. IT WAS NOT THEIR WALLS BUT THEIR VALOUR THAT KEPT THEM FREE."(from Cary Grants Bristol-facebook)

"BRISTOL BASIN BENEATH THIS EAST RIVER DRIVE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK LIE STONES, BRICKS AND RUBBLE FROM THE BOMBED CITY OF BRISTOL IN ENGLAND. BROUGHT HERE IN BALLAST FROM OVERSEAS. THESE FRAGMENTS THAT ONCE WERE HOMES SHALL TESTIFY WHILE MEN LOVE FREEDOM TO THE RESOLUTION AND FORTITUDE OF THE PEOPLE OF BRITAIN THEY SAW THEIR HOMES STRUCK DOWN WITHOUT WARNING. IT WAS NOT THEIR WALLS BUT THEIR VALOUR THAT KEPT THEM FREE."(from Cary Grants Bristol-facebook)

Cary Grant & Shirley Temple in the THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOXER  (1947)

Cary Grant & Shirley Temple in the "The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer," Mellow greetings. Next favorite Cary Grant film!

Notorious (1946) - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock - With Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman & Claude Rains a war time thriller. A must see classic. A true art form - movie making.

Notorious - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock - With Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman & Claude Rains a war time thriller. A must see classic. A true art form - movie making.

Cary Grant

“Insanity runs in my family, it practically gallops” - Cary Grant in GUNGA DIN

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