Cary Grant

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Cary Grant United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
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Usage


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Comedy Directed by: Howard Hawks Starring: Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy, Gene Lockhart, Ernest Truex, John Qualen.
Goober Takes Off on Cary Grant (YouTube).
Behind the Scenes at the Oscars: Grace Kelly , Cary Grant, and More.
Iowa's own Priscilla Lane joins Cary Grant in a " madcap " adventure.
Not only can viewers see a classic movie, "Arsenic and Old Lace," with Cary Grant, but it also co-stars one of Iowa's own.
Cary Grant (seen here with Kate Hepburn) would've been 100 on Jan 18.
Comedy Directed by: Archie Mayo, Lowell Sherman Starring: Mae West, Cary Grant, George Raft, Constance Cummings, Alison Skipworth.
Posterity, and many high-end critics, seem to have simultaneously arrived at the general proposition that the greatest male star of the golden age was Cary Grant.
At the movies, the fun-loving temptress has been liberating the buttoned-up clod ever since Katharine Hepburn's dog made off with Cary Grant's dinosaur bone in Bringing Up Baby 61 years ago.
No regrets, she says, except maybe not having Cary Grant's child.
But you'd have to wonder how much Rootes Motors had to pay the timelessly dashing Cary Grant to pose with this Sunbeam Tiger.
Starring in close to 100-films, he acted alongside Cary Grant, Kirk Douglas, Charleton Heston, Jimmy Stewart, Newman, and John Wayne.
Cary Grant's gray suit tops movie clothing list.
Blame it on Cary Grant.
A star-quality shave doesn't require Cary Grant's chin.
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