Cary Grant


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Noun1.Cary Grant - United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
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Bristol-born Cary Grant - his birthname was actually the less becoming Archibald Alexander Leach - died this week in 1986.
Sometime in the early 1950s, actor Cary Grant was staying at the luxurious Mayfair Hotel in downtown St Louis.
Among that evening's pictures was Gunga Din, starring Cary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr and Victor McLaglen.
Lewis, Irish author, 1898 DIANE Ladd, film actress, 1942 ROSEMARY West, murderer, 1953, above DIED GEORGE Harrison, ex-Beatle, 2001, above CARY Grant, film actor, 1986 NATALIE Wood, US actress, 1981
THERE'S something about Cary Grant that's endured long enough to secure his status as one of our favourite film stars of all time.
Hollywood icons Cary Grant and Humphrey Bogart as well as the Queen Mother and Lady Thatcher were fans of the label which operates high street stores at Westfield White City, Canary Wharf and Windsor - and 16 concessions, including Harrods.
FAVOURITES: FILM: Gone with the Wind ACTOR: Cary Grant ACTRESS: Audrey Hepburn FOOD: Mexican * CLARKE: TV SHOW: Spooks MUSIC: Swing CAR: Aston Martin OTHER SPORT: Horseracing, only in hospitality though
Once an editor sent Cary Grant a telegram that read "HOW OLD CARY GRANT?
Cary Grant was the epitome of a guy," the New York Post quoted Curtis, as telling GQ.
Cary Grant is spot on as the advertising exec on the run because the bad guys - a bunch of spies, think Cold War paranoia - believe he's a government agent.
NORTH BY NORTHWEST PG, 136mins A reissue of the 1959 Alfred Hitchcock classic, with Cary Grant in top form as the advertising man caught up in a conspiracy.
He was the link between the great time of Hollywood, Cary Grant and people like that, and Tom Cruise, Parkinson explained.