A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...Cary Grant still outclasses everyone.
We were gonna go with 10 movies featuring Old Hollywood's most dashing gent, but how could we whittle this down further?
From star Katharine Hepburn to director George Cukor, everyone involved with this MGM classic brought incredible talent.
At 240 words a minute, Howard Hawks’ comedic romp more than earns its place as the quintessential screwball comedy
Cary Grant was a one of a kind actor and Frank Capra's bonkers dark comedy illustrates why.
Between John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, and Alfred Hitchcock, 1959 has it all.
Suave, gracious, debonair --- he personifies the idealized world of American cinema.