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An Affair to Remember (1957)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Nickie Ferrante
This film also stars Deborah Kerr. An Affair to Remember was a remake of the 1939 film Love Affair.
Alice in Wonderland (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
The Mock Turtle
This Film has never been released as a legal home video or DVD release. Several stars starred in this picture but were unrecognizable due to their make-up and costumes.
The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Ernest Bliss
Alternate Titles: Romance to Riches, The Amazing Adventure, and The Amazing Quest.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Mortimer Brewster
Grant considered his acting in this film to be horribly over the top and often called it his least favorite of all films. He donated his entire salary, $100,000 from this film to the U.S. War Relief Fund.
The Awful Truth (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jerry Warriner
The Awful Truth won an Oscar for Best Director Leo McCarey in 1938.
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Film also stars Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple.
Big Brown Eyes (1936)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Det. Sgt. Danny Barr
In this film Cary Grant is cast opposite Joan Bennett.
The Bishop's Wife (1948)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Film also stars Loretta Young and David Niven.
Blonde Venus (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Nick Townsend
Film also stars Marlene Dietrich and Herbert Marshall.
Born to Be Bad (1934)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Malcolm Trevor
Film also stars Loretta Young. Born to Be Bad ran into censorship problems. The film was rejected twice by the Hays Office before it was finally given an approval certificate with several cuts and retakes.
Bringing Up Baby (1938)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. David Huxley
Bringing Up Baby was voted the 24th Greatest Film of All Time by Entertainment Weekly. Premiere voted this movie as one of "The 50 Greatest Comedies of All Time" in 2006.
Charade (1963)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Peter Joshua / Carson Dyle / Alexander Dyle / Adam Canfield / Briam Cruikshank
Film also stars Audrey Hepburn,Walter Matthua, and James Coburn.
Crisis (1950)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. Eugene Norland Ferguson
Originally banned in Mexico, Central and South America.
Destination Tokyo (1943)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Capt. Cassidy
The operation of a submarine as shown in the film was so accurate that the United State's Navy used it as a training film during World War II.
Devil and the Deep (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Lieutenant Jaeckel
Film also stars Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, and Tallulah Bankhead.
Dream Wife (1953)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Clemson Reade
Cary Grant stars opposite Deborah Kerr.
The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Henry Crocker
Film also stars Fredric March, Jackie Oakie, and Carole Lombard.
Enter Madame (1935)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Gerald Fitzgerald
Cary Grant is paired with Elissa Landi in this musical comedy.
Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. Madison W. Brown
One of RKO's final releases for 1948, this was its biggest hit for the year netting $775,000 into 1949.
Father Goose (1964)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Walter Christopher Eckland
Cary Grant was offered the role of Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady(1964) but turned it down to star in this film.
Gambling Ship (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Ace Corbin
Film also stars Benita Hume.
The Grass is Greener (1960)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Victor Rhyall
Film also stars Deborah Kerr, Robert Michum, and Jean Simmons.
Gunga Din (1939)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Sgt. Archibald Cutter
Film stars Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Joan Fontaine.
His Girl Friday (1940)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Walter Burns
Film also stars Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy, and Gene Lockhart.
Holiday (1938)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
John 'Johnny' Case
In this film Cary Grant plays opposite Katharine Hepburn. Holiday was nominated in 1939 for an Oscar.
Hot Saturday (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Romer Sheffield
Film also stars Nancy Carroll and Randolph Scott.
Houseboat (1958)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Tom Winters
The original screenplay was written by Cary Grant's third wife, Betsy Drake. Grant played opposite Sophia Loren.
The Howards of Virginia (1940)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Matt Howard
The Howards of Virginia was nominated in 1941 for an Oscar for Best Music, Original Score-Richard Hageman and Best Sound, Recording.
I'm No Angel (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jack Clayton
Cary Grant's second film with Mae West.
Indiscreet (1958)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Philip Adams
Stars Ingrid Bergman opposite Cary Grant. Indiscreet was nominated for three Golden Globes.
In Name Only (1939)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Alec Walker
Film also stars Carole Lombard, Kay Francis, and Charles Coburn.
I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Capt. Henri Rochard
This film was shot in Europe. The German winter was unbearably cold and most of the cast and crew fell ill. Cary Grant contracted hepatitis.
Kiss and Make-up (1934)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. Maurice Lamar
Film also stars Helen Mask, Genevieve Tobin, and Edward Everett Horton.
Kiss Them for Me (1957)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Cmdr. Andy Crewson
Film also stars Jayne Mansfield, Leif Erickson, and Suzy Parker. Deborah Kerr dubbed the speaking voice of Suzy Parker in this film.
Ladies Should Listen (1934)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Julian De Lussac
Became the second and final comedy to pair Grant and Horton of equal star status.
The Last Outpost (1935)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Michael Andrews
Paramount Pictures tried to cut down on the costs of this film by recycling scenes from an earlier silent version with a bigger budget.
Madame Butterfly (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Lieutenant B. F. Pinkerton
Cary Grant plays opposite Sylvia Sidney.
Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Charlie Baxter 'DeBrion'
Film also stars Sylvia Sidney, Fredric March, George Irving, and Adrienne Ames.
Monkey Business (1952)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. Barnaby Fulton
Film also stars Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, and Marilyn Monroe.
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jim Blandings
The house "Blandings' Way" really exists on Indian Hill Road in New Milford Connecticut.
Mr. Lucky (1943)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Joe Adams Aka Joe Bascopolous
RKO's second biggest hit of 1943, netting $1.603 million.
My Favorite Wife (1940)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Film also stars Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott.
Night and Day (1946)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Cole Porter
Film also stars Alexis Smith, Monty Woolley, Ginny Simms, Jane Wyman, and Eve Arden.
None But the Lonely Heart (1944)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Ernie Matt
Ethel Barrymore, in 1945, won an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in this film.
North by Northwest (1959)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Roger O. Thornhill
Cary Grant's fourth film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Notorious (1946)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
T. R. Devlin
Cary Grant's second film directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole
Cary Grant's first film opposite Ginny Rogers.
Once Upon a Time (1944)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jerry Flynn
Alternate Title:My Client Curly
Only Angels Have Wings (1939)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Geoff Carter
Only Angel's Have Wings spawned the oft-misquoted Cary Grant line,"Judy, Judy, Judy." Film stars Jean Arther, Richard Barthelmess, and Rita Hayworth.
Operation Petticoat (1959)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Lt. Cmdr. Matt T. Sherman
Film also stars Tony Curtis.
Penny Serenade (1941)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Roger Adams
In 1942, this film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role-Cary Grant.
People Will Talk (1951)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Dr. Noah Praetorius
Alternate Title:The Dr. Praetorius Story
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
C. K. Dexter Haven
The Philadephia story also stars Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart and won two Oscars.
The Pride and the Passion (1957)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Film also stars Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren, Theodore Bikel, and John Wengraf.
Room for One More (1952)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
George 'Poppy' Rose
Cary Grant stars opposite his third wife Betsy Drake.
She Done Him Wrong (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Capt. Cummings
Cary Grant plays opposite Mae West. The film was shot in approximately three weeks. It was based on the play "Diamond Lil." She Done Him Wrong was the shortest film to ever receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture-66mins.
Sinners in the Sun (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Cary Grant's Second Film
Suspicion (1941)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Cary Grant's first film that was directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Suzy (1936)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Film also stars Jean Harlow and Franchot Tone. Suzy was nominated in 1937 for an Oscar for Best Music and Original Song,"Did I Remember."
Sylvia Scarlett (1935)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jimmy Monkley
The first film in which Cary Grant stars opposite Katharine Hepburn.
The Talk of the Town (1942)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Leopold Dilg
This film also starred Jean Arthur and Ronald Colman and was nominated for seven Oscars.
That Touch of Mink (1962)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Philip Shane
Cary Grant stars opposite Doris Day.
Thirty Day Princess (1934)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Porter Madison III
Film also stars Sylvia Sidney, Edward Arnold, and Henry Stephenson.
This Is the Night (1932)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Cary Grant's First Film
The Toast of New York (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Nicholas 'Nick' Boyd
This film lost $530,000 at the Box Office, Rko's biggest failure in 1937.
To Catch a Thief (1955)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
John Robie
Cary Grant's third film directed by Alfred Hitchcock in which he played opposite Grace Kelly. Grant was lured out of his retirement from acting in February 1953 to make this film.
Topper (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
George Kerby
Topper, in 1938, was nominated for two Oscars. This was the first black and white film to be "colorized" in 1985.
Walk Don't Run (1966)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Sir William Rutland
Cary Grant's last film.
Wedding Present (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Romantic comedy also starring Joan Bennett and Gene Lockhart.
When You're in Love (1937)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jimmy Hudson
Cary Grant stars opposite Grace Moore in this Romantical Comedy.
Wings in the Dark (1935)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Ken Gordon
One of three movies in which Cary Grant and Myrna Loy acted together.
The Woman Accused (1933)
   Cary Grant appeared as   
Jeffrey Baxter
Film also stars Nancy Carroll.

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