In the history of cinema, the United States, and all of recorded history, there has never been a suaver man than Cary Grant. There just hasn't. Born "Archibald Leach," the British Grant legally adopted his stage name when he became an American in 1942. With his mid-Atlantic accent, Grant and his chin charmed their way into Hollywood's Golden Era and five marriages.
From The Philadelphia Story, to Hitchcock's North By Northwest, Grant cemented himself as one of the greatest leading men in history. Here, then, are 17 bits of his wisdom for your Monday morning.
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