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Welcome to CaryGrantMovies.com

Welcome to CaryGrantMovies.com, a website dedicated to the one and only Cary Grant.
Here you will find information on the best Cary Grant movies, as well as a complete filmography and biography of the legendary actor.

About Cary Grant


Cary Grant was one of the most popular actors of Hollywood’s Golden Age, appearing in over 70 films during his five-decade career. His charming, debonair persona made him a favorite of both audiences and critics, and he was nominated for five Academy Awards, although he never won.


Some of Cary Grant’s most memorable roles were in comedies like “The Awful Truth” (1937), “Bringing Up Baby” (1938), and “The Philadelphia Story” (1940). He also excelled in dramas like “Suspicion” (1941) and “Notorious” (1946), as well as suspense thrillers like “North by Northwest” (1959). 


Cary Grant’s final film was 1968’s “Charade”, after which he retired from acting at the age of 62. He died in 1986 at the age of 82, but his films continue to be enjoyed by new generations of moviegoers.

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Cary Grant Filmography

Here are some of the best Cary Grant movies:

The Awful Truth (1937) – One of Cary Grant’s first big hits, this screwball comedy stars him as a womanizing husband who tries to win back his ex-wife (Irene Dunne) by sabotaging her new relationship.
Bringing Up Baby (1938) – In this classic Howard Hawks screwball comedy, Cary Grant is a stuffy paleontologist who gets mixed up with a free-spirited heiress (Katharine Hepburn) and her pet leopard, Baby.
The Philadelphia Story (1940) – This beloved romantic comedy stars Cary Grant as a wealthy playboy who tries to win back his ex-wife (Katharine Hepburn) by allowing her to interview him for a magazine story. Jimmy Stewart co-stars as Hepburn’s new fiance.
Suspicion (1941) – One of Cary Grant’s best suspense thrillers, this Alfred Hitchcock film stars him as a man who comes to suspect that his wife (Joan Fontaine) is trying to kill him for his money.
Notorious (1946) – One of Hitchcock’s best films, this thriller stars Cary Grant as a government agent who recruits an American expatriate (Ingrid Bergman) to infiltrate a Nazi spy ring in Brazil.
North by Northwest (1959) – Another great Hitchcock thriller, this one stars Cary Grant as an advertising executive who is mistaken for a government agent and pursued across the country by spies. Eva Marie Saint co-stars as the woman he falls for along the way.
Charade (1968) – Cary Grant’s final film is this delightful romantic comedy, also starring Audrey Hepburn as a woman who is pursued by several men after her husband is murdered. Walter Matthau, James Coburn, and George Kennedy co-star.

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