Now, to this stage that has hosted Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Martin Scorsese, and Peter Weir, we now welcome Russell Crowe
Esther Williams did more for a bathing suit than John Wayne ever did for a cowboy hat, Ron Mix for a horse, Errol Flynn for a sword, Ronald Colman for a pith helmet or Cary Grant for a tuxedoMore quotes »
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Narrowest house in New York once owned by Cary Grant finally finds buyer to squeeze into 9.5-foot-wide walls
fit in the basement. I see nothing wrong with the size of the apartment. It would be worth it just to walk the halls where Cary Grant did.....I'm Gen X, but.....swoon! Less is more claustrophobia. It doesn,t look small at all to me! Slim people wanted ? House from Daily Mail - UK Read more »
Is James Franco the Worst Movie Star of All-Time?
on forever reflecting itself). Cary Grant was a great movie star because he actually seemed to believe he was this person Cary Grant. John Wayne, same deal. Never for a second did Cary Grant or John Wayne give off the feeling that being a movie star was some from Fansided Read more »
Russell Crowe Woos Crowd Opening Night at Taormina Film Fest
Mario Sesti welcomed Crowe with an homage that called to mind the festival's storied history: "Now, to this stage that has hosted Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Martin Scorsese, and Peter Weir, we now welcome Russell Crowe," Sesti said to enthusiastic applause. from Hollywood Reporter Read more »
Happy anniversary to 'Bringing Up Baby'
screwball classic starring Kathrine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and a leopard improbably named Baby (well, its real name was Nissa, and it was an eight-year veteran of the movie business) turns 75 this year. It premiered on Valentine’s Day of 1938 — and was, astonishingly, from The Seattle Times Read more »
Bathing Beauty: The Wet and Wild Life of Esther Williams
at 16, in 1929. Thirty years later, as Williams relates in her 1999 autobiography, Million Dollar Mermaid, she followed Cary Grant’s advice and took some LSD. She says she found the drug therapeutic, for under its spell she had a vision that she was half-boy from Time Magazine Read more »