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Maybe the guy should just stay home and play the horses.  For if he could pick the ponies as well as he's picked himself winning screen roles, Cary Grant could retire with a scratch-sheet tomorrow morning.  Press reports say that he started free-lancing 17 years ago, but Cary will tell he started fending for himself at 12 when he ran away from home to join Bob Pender's acrobatic troupe - and he's been "running his own street car" ever since.  Other stars who've had the chance to choose their own roles and wound up in a progression of flops, watch Cary with envy as he bounces from one popular part to one more popular.  Which role did he like best?  Dexter Haven in the Philadelphia Story, though Jimmy Stewart won an Academy Award in the same picture with the role of Mike Connor ... the part Cary Grant turned down.


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