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The Only Man for the Job: Cary Grant and The Awful Truth

We can debate who was the perfect screwball comedy heroine until the end of time – Katharine Hepburn and Carole Lombard are the archetypes, and everyone from Myrna Loy to Jean Arthur to Claudette Colbert have their ardent followers. But it's nearly impossible to deny that Cary Grant has the clearest title to screwball's consummate hero, embodying every quality necessary to share the screen with the genre's defining heroines and reach the final credits with his skin intact, even if his dignity has been shed – sometimes happily – along the way.
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Lorraine Bracco recalls Peter Bogdanovich pretending he was Cary Grant while rehearsing on The Sopranos

"I personally am grateful to have had the time with Peter," Bracco tells GQ of Bogdanovich, reacting to the news of his death at age 81 after he played Dr. Melfi's therapist Dr. Elliot Kupferberg on the HBO drama. "I had a lot of fun with him," she adds. "We had met in passing before he was cast on The Sopranos. I knew a lot of people who knew Peter. I was definitely a fan of his movies. I know that I was so happy David Chase cast him as Dr. Elliot. He’s fun to be with. He’s unassumingly funny. He was very dry. He had a dry sense of humor. He is a great raconteur. He was great at imitating a lot of people. He had an ear for it. What I used to love, he used to do his lines as Cary Grant when we would do rehearsals. We kept in touch over the years. Peter Bogdanovich is Old Hollywood. He might have been Young Hollywood for people like Orson Welles and John Huston and John Ford. But for us, he was Old Hollywood. He was not intimidating. And his character was hateful! I hated him when he did the Jeopardy! theme song. I hated that. He outed Dr. Melfi and I hated him for that. Elliot’s water bottle was Peter’s water bottle that he carried with him at all times. He asked David if he could keep it and use it, and David said, 'Absolutely.' We all enjoyed Peter. He was fun. He was a fun guy. When I say 'fun guy,' he was complicated and interesting. Part of him was a big introvert, but he did enjoy the spotlight."
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Cary Grant in The Music Man?

For showtimes, click here. Playwright and composer Meredith Willson found instant success with The Music Man when it premiered on Broadway in 1957. The musical, a tribute to his childhood days in Mason City, Iowa, won six Tony Awards and cemented the work as a classic piece of American theater.
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Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine in Alfred Hitchcock’s SUSPICION Screening at The Wildey Theater in Edwardsville September 28th

“If you’re going to kill someone, do it simply.”. Nothing’s more fun than The Wildey’s Tuesday Night Film Series. Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine in Alfred Hitchcock’s SUSPICION will be on the big screen when it plays at The Wildey Theater in Edwardsville, IL (252 N Main St, Edwardsville, IL 62025) at 7:00pm Tuesday September 28th. Tickets are only $3 Tickets available starting at 3pm day of movie at Wildey Theatre ticket office. Cash or check only. (cash, credit cards accepted for concessions) Lobby opens at 6pm.
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Cary Grant

Last year, Tink finally, after several years of being asked, succumbed and agreed to speak at a yearly prayer breakfast held at the Beverly Hills Hotel for Christians who are in the television and movie industry. It is held at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel because a large auditorium or...
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Cary Grant

Last year, Tink finally, after several years of being asked, succumbed and agreed to speak at a yearly prayer breakfast held at the Beverly Hills Hotel for Christians who are in the television and movie industry. It is held at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel because a large auditorium or...
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Column: Cary Grant

Last year, Tink finally, after several years of being asked, succumbed and agreed to speak at a yearly prayer breakfast held at the Beverly Hills Hotel for Christians who are in the television and movie industry. Column: ‘Liberal arts’ vs. ‘liberal’. Updated: Apr 30, 2021, 5:14 AM. Recently, I saw...
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Griffin Daily News

Cary Grant

Last year, Tink finally, after several years of being asked, succumbed and agreed to speak at a yearly prayer breakfast held at the Beverly Hills Hotel for Christians who are in the television and movie industry. It is held at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel because a large auditorium or...
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Opinion: Society needs more gentlemen like Cary Grant

Last year, Tink finally, after several years of being asked, succumbed and agreed to speak at a yearly prayer breakfast at the Beverly Hills Hotel for Christians in the television and movie industry. It is held at the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel because a large auditorium or stadium is not...
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