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me—you're welcome!) in April. Tools Building Mr. Blandings' Dream House In case you've forgotten the 1948 Cary Grant /Myrna Loy classic Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House , I'll remind you that this film involves a family man who
purchase went every glimmer of hope that I would ever be seriously cool. Steve McQueen did not wear cargo pants. Nor did Cary Grant . Legend has it that JFK once wore cargo shorts at the family compound in Hyannis Port. But Rose demanded that he change
beneficiary of some. I have to know Rosalind Russell want to whenever anniversary parties and I got to know. Henry Fonda and Cary Grant well. And Gregory Peck and others. That was fun. I was a part of that I could kind of go in and stepped back from
Philadelphia Story. I could watch that movie a hundred times and still fall in love anew with Kate Hepburn's coolness, Cary Grant 's wry wit and James Stewart's teasing intelligence. Though the characters are idealized as 1940s movie characters
illustrate that I didn't know the difference between movies and real life. In my life, they tended to overlap. Cary Grant (yes, the Cary Grant ) became a family friend, even though he wasn’t precisely that. And characters that my mother played
Hepburn in Funny Face. Diane Keaton in Annie Hall. Cary Grant in everything. In real life, it's the breezily self ..... do with background or social class—the Beatles and Cary Grant , for instance, were all from working-class English
A screwball comedy that revolves around a plucky, maribou-wearing, Champagne-sipping heroine who ends up with Cary Grant will do a whole lot more for your sense of well-being than Lars von Trier ever could. 6. Step away from the lasagna
Gershwins considered him "a composer's singer." On film he danced 100 dances in 33 musicals. If Astaire had looked like Cary Grant , we might have loved him less. An imperfect man created perfection. Sublime? Night and day, he is the one.
you have a favorite movie? SG: It's from the '40s—I love the '40s movies. It's called The Awful Truth with Cary Grant and Irene Dunn. I saw that years and years and years ago, and I just loved it. The timing of Irene Dunn—she was
question. If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be? JD: Lauren Graham. LG:(laughs) Do you want to have dinner later? JD: I'm going to say Preston Sturges. LG: I'm going to say Cary Grant .