Comments: I found your
wonderful webpage a time ago and I loved it .I spend long time
visiting your page, looking for news about Cary Grant because there
aren't any interesting webs in Spain .I try getting all I can about
Cary and your webpage is perfect.
Well, I hope you have a Merry Christmas
and a happy 2006.
Comments: HI DEBBIE
I FINALLY DID IT
AFTER A COUPLE OF YEARS I FINALLY HAVE
ALL THE CARY GRANT MOVIES ON TAPE.. DVD.. AND LASERDISC!
I HAVE BEEN VERY LUCKY TO HAVE ALSO FOUND ALMOST ALL THE COLORIZED
MOVIES AS WELL, I HAD TO BUY SEVERAL COPIES OF SOME OF THE TITLES TO
FIND ONE THAT WAS NOT WASHED OUT. (ALL THE COLORIZED COPIES IN MY
COLLECTION ARE NICE AND CRISP).
THERE ARE A COUPLE COLORIZED TITLES THAT HAVE ELUDED ME SO FAR, BUT I
HAVE MY NOSE TO THE GROUND STILL LOOKING!
I WILL FIND THEM!
Favorite Movie: operation peticote
for right now
Comments: I read his autobiography
last night and finished today. I was intrigued about his life and
about his pre Hollywood life. I found him to be a man of intelligence
and class. I also liked the way he owned up to any mistakes he made in
his life up to that point. He was a brilliant actor and there will
never be another Cary Grant!
State/Country: Oxford, England
Favorite Movie: Varies each day,
too many good one's to choose just one....
Comments: Great site, good to find
other Cary fans out there still. I have been a big fan for as long as
I can remember, which as I am 47 is probably about 45 years. I am so
proud the great man was originally British, even though the US was his
adopted home. Nothing like a wet, rainy , English Sunday afternoon,
with a hot water bottle, box of choc's and a CG movie - nothing
Keep up the great work, so glad I found this site. Thank you.
Favorite Movie: Cant decide among
Comments: Greetings from Canada. I was so happy to find this
lovely site, being a Cary Grant fan and all. Great job!
Comments: Cary Grant was my
favorite leading man. Your website is great.
I always enjoy watching Cary and Ingrid Bergman together.
I thought they were the perfect couple. Wish they were still
with us. Thanks for you website.
November 12, 2005
State/Country: TN, USA
Favorite Movie: Philadelphia
Comments: Cary Grant only
made one unforgivable mistake, and that was not having more
children!!! His daughter, Jennifer, is one of the most beautiful
people I have ever seen and she seems to be a great person. Mr.
Grant would be very proud of how she matured. I wish more men
would follow Cary Grant's lead and try to live life with a lot of
class and to spend their lives improving themselves in every way.
That's a good lesson for us all.
We miss you, Archie!
State/Country: GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
Favorite Movie: FATHER GOOSE,
NOTORIOUS, AN AFFAIR TO REMBER AND A LOT MORE
Comments: I LOVE THE SITE AND
THINK IT IS GREAT.
A LOT OF INTERESTING TOPICS TO READ AND LOOK AT.
I HAVE BEEN A CARY GRANT FAN NOW FOR 8 YEARS SINCE I WAS 16 AND I HAVE
28 OF HIS FILMS ON DVD.
HE IS A GREAT ACTOR AND I LOVE THE FILMS HE HAS MADE
Hi Deb. Thanks for putting me in touch with Cheryl. Nice to
know so many are interested in Cary, just like us. Nice to meet
and talk to new people with a common purpose.
State/Country: Seattle, Washington
"Houseboat"-"Mr. Blandings..." ETC.
Comments: What a great site.
October 31, 2005
I like your Cary Grant website.
As you can guess from the subject line,
I am among those puzzled by the "fact" that Cary Grant never
said "Judy, Judy, Judy."
Let me explain.
About a million years ago, I watched an
episode of the Andy Griffith Show and saw George Lindsey as Goober
Pyle do his impression of Cary Grant by saying "Judy, Judy,
Judy." At that time, I had no clue why that was an imitation of
Some time later, I was watching Father
Goose (still a favorite), saw Cary Grant save the girl from the strafing
airplane, then respond to her offer (a stammered "you can kiss me
if you want to", as she removed her glasses and rendered herself
blind) by sweeping her into his arms and saying "Judy, Judy,
Judy", and something about her not going back to be with
"the children", at which time she ran away, and Cary was
later scolded by Leslie Caron for scaring the girl.
I remember this clearly, and have been
puzzled by later hearing "I never said it" and later viewing
the movie again, and seeing a different scene in place of the
My first viewing of Father Goose was on
broadcast TV, (ABC, CBS, or NBC) in Charlotte, North Carolina, I'm
guessing a mid-1960 time frame.
My theory is that there was, and
possibly still is, at least one print of Father Goose with a different
scene from the intended final release. The interview of Stephanie
Berrington McNutt on your website is great. Do you think she might
remember if any take of the strafing scene went that way, and could
have made it to print? You can undoubtedly ask her easier than I can.
I'm not losing any sleep over this
mystery, but having it rattle around the back of my mind for forty
years is beginning to affect my hearing. If you think it's worth
pursuing, God Speed, and let me know the outcome.
Thanks, and again, great site.
October 30, 2005
Favorite Movie: An Affair to
Remember - Charade- Philadelphia Story &
Comments: It's very nice to know
that some very young people have "discovered" Cary Grant. He
was definitely a giant of film. He was so suave and sophisticated and
yet could play such broad comedy! You could read his face and actions
and still be surprised as in "Charade" or
"Suspicion". Of course, I never wanted him to be the
"bad guy"! His talent was innate and a gift to the silver
I keep waiting for any young actor to follow his
style but really haven't seen any so far. The times have changed too
much to expect this, I imagine. I'm just very happy that his films are
still out there and we can still enjoy watching his gorgeous face and
the interesting characters he portrayed in the array of his many
Did you notice how great he looked even in old
age? What a wonderful gift he was for all of us who loved him!!
P.S. Where are the 2005 comments? Am I the only one? This was fun!
October 30, 2005
State/Country: New York, New York
Favorite Movie: Notorious
Comments: Maureen Donaldson wrote
a pack of lies in her book 'An Affair to Remember' ! ! I was intrigued
at first, but then I realized what a vengeful piece of work it was!
Very angry young woman then. I truly believe that Mr. Grant saw her
for what she was (a green author looking for a great story) and he let
her go. It is kind of the 'Mommie Dearest' story of Joan Crawford's
daughter, these are very angry people that need to purge to a
professional and see therapy.
October 26, 2005
State/Country: Texas, USA
Favorite Movie: To catch a
Comments: Very well organized site
with a lot of information. Glad I found it.
October 24, 2005
Favorite Movie: His Girl
Comments: Terrific effort, so very
thorough. I've been transferring our old VHS to DVD thus became
curious, can't believe I never made the search before this. We have
about 40 films of varying quality recorded since we bought our first
recorder back in the early '80's. Disgusted to find some are
I think your site is an example of the best the Web has to offer.
Keep up the EXCELLENT work!
October 21, 2005
State/Country: United States
Favorite Movie: The Talk Of The
Comments: nice site, I'm a die
hard Cary's fan !!!
October 11, 2005
Favorite Movie: Bachlor and
the Bobby Soxer
Comments: I love your site. Very
interesting to read. Never knew so much about Cary Grant before and
the picture of his daughter "Jennifer" is so lovely.
October 7, 2005
Favorite Movie: It changes. Right
now it's The talk of the town
Comments: great site!
I'm working on joining the 72 speakeasy!
October 6, 2005
Favorite Movie: An Affair to
Comments: I am a recent Cary Grant
FAN. Your website is my favorite place to visit. I think that it is
informative, fun and easy to navigate. I have just started collecting
Cary's movies and you have so much info that I use it as my guide. I
will continue to visit this site on a regular basis. Thank you for all
of your hard work on this site. Oh yea, thanks for the monthly movie
October 2, 2005
Favorite Movie: The Philadelphia
Comments: Ever since I was 15 and
saw North By Northwest i have been hooked! I got all my friends at
school hooked on Cary Grant too now! I am such a fan, my whole room is
Cary Grant posters, pictures, anything I can get my hands on. I've
stayed up till 2 in the morning bidding on Cary Grant items on an
online auction! I just had to have that movie! I hope to get lots more
students hooked on to Cary Grant too, because i mean, Johnny Depp
doesn't even start to compare!
September 20, 2005
Favorite Movie: Captain
Comments: Like the site. Craig
September 13, 2005
State/Country: United States
Favorite Movie: all
Comments: It would be nice if you
wouldn't put carygrant.net on all of the pictures..it kind of ruins
the whole look of them
September 4, 2005
Note from Debbie: I'm sorry
about the watermarks, but I've actually had every photo
"stolen" and made into a new website. Many others have
"borrowed" things from the site, also, without ever asking
for permission. In order to protect all of the time and effort
I've put into the site, I've been forced to watermark the
photos. If you ever want an image without the watermark, just
email me and I'll be glad to send it to you!
Favorite Movie: An affair to
Comments: Love him
August 25, 2005
Favorite Movie: My Favorite
Comments: I have always been a
great fan of Cary Grant. He had so much humor, style, and was a
fantastic actor. I don't believe there will ever be another Cary in my
My favorite movie was "My Favorite Wife". He was so funny in
that movie. The end of that movie was really funny when he went into
his wifes (Irene Dunne) wearing the Santa Claus outfit. I also think
Irene Dunne, and Cary Grant made great movies together. He is, and
will be my favorite actor of all times.
August 20, 2005
Comments: Hi, I am interested in
knowing which Cary Grant movie was referred to in Sleepless in Seattle
- I would like to view the original.
August 19, 2005
Note from Debbie: That would
be An Affair to Remember!
Favorite Movie: Topper
Comments: What a great site
there are pages of information that had me surfing for hours the information
is very comprehensive and informative
August 16, 2005
State/Country: Ohio, USA
Favorite Movie: Mr.
Blandings, Penny Serenade, so many
Comments: This is a treat -
thanks for all the hard work!
August 14, 2005
State/Country: Bay City Mi
Favorite Movie: Bringing up
Comments: I named my son
August 13, 2005
Favorite Movie: An Affair to
Remember, Charade, Indiscreet, Father Goose, The Bishops Wife, The
Philidelphia Story- there are sooooo many.....
Comments: This is a wonderful
site. I had the chance to attend one of his "one man shows"
when he did the final tour back in the 80's. My mom and I enjoyed it
so much. He was so handsome and so funny. I have been a fan for many
years. I'll be stopping in here on a regular basis.
August 13, 2005
Favorite Movie: Charade
Comments: This is a very cool
web-site on Cary Grant. It provides an amazing plethora of information
on one of the greatest actors of all time. I know that I will visit it
time and time again. Thank you for sharing it with us all. I know that
I will pass it on.
August 5, 2005
Comments: they don't make 'em
like this anymore. thanks all.
August 2, 2005
I'm Lety from Chile, 23 years old and Cary fan. You have such a great
site! Congratulations and go on!
July 16, 2005
Favorite Movie: I have to
pick just one?? The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer
Comments: Though I wouldn't
consider myself a rabid fan, I came to know and appreciate Cary Grant
a few summers ago. We, too, dumped cable (too much objectionable
content), so we watch lots of videos, mostly old movies. A local video
store has (1) an extensive collection of older movies and (2) a weekly
special of renting five (not new release) movies for five dollars for
five days. We took full advantage of that special, and must have seen
20 CG movies that summer. When we had finally seen all they had to
offer, I went through CG withdrawal, missing the sound of his voice
and wondering what I was going to watch. Since then, we have gathered
several of his movies (20, maybe?). I also real like "People Will
Talk" and "Amazing Adventure."
Do you have a message board/forum? If not, do you
recommend one? If you decide to add a message board to your wonderful
collection, check out www.dukewayne.com for a wonderful format for a
message board (it is the John Wayne Message Board). I don't really
like the IMDb forums, too many jerks seem to hang out there.
Anyway, awesome site, I'll be bookmarking it and
July 15, 2005
Favorite Movie: There are
toooo many to mention!
Comments: I have been in love with
this great actor since I was 5. That was also the same time I fell in
love with four young men called The Beatles ( I have a thing for
Englishmen) I have a pretty good collection of CG DVd's and recall
seeing a movie several years ago where he is a businessman and refers
to his "most sincere neck tie". I can't seem to recall the
name of the movie. can anyone assist me before I have a nervous break
down! I know I didn't dream this as my husband recalls it too but not
the movie. I believe it was being showed on AMC back in the good days
with Bob Dorian or Nick Clooney and I came in about half into the
movie. When you see a CG movie on TV it just pulls you right in!
PLEASE keep the memory and spirit of Mr. Grant alive.
July 13, 2005
Favorite Movie: Father
Goose or House Boat
Comments: Love the site...I
been a fan of Cary's since I was a very little girl...watching all his
movies on TV on the million dollar movie channel outside of NY
city...When VCRs came about I starting taping them...then buying them
on VHS ...now collecting them on DVD...20 years ago I bought 2 Lobby
cards, "Mr blandings builds a dream house" and " To
catch a thief"...Then a original Autograph....I have added you to
my favorites...Thanks for the WEB site...keep up the good work....
July 3, 2005
"Bringing Up Baby"
Comment: I was looking for a
picture of Cary & Dyan's daughter & found your site!!
July 27, 2005
Comment: I'm Lety from
Chile, 23 years old and Cary' fan. You have such a great site!
Congratulations and go on!
State/Country: California USA
Favorite Movie: hmm... good
Comments: Well, I really am a big
fan of the classic movies, but what suprised me most recently is that
we were doing a family portrait collage and guess who we have pictures
of when he was just a kid and teenager... Cary Grant.. No Joke...
I forget exactly how we're related... but it's
actually through the bloodline...
If the operator of the site would like to add
these pictures, I'd be happy to ask my aunt to scan them for me and
let you guys have them. It may take a few days to get them, but I know
my aunt still has the photos at her house..
June 26, 2005
Favorite Movie: room for one
Comments: I have looked for year
for this movie. It has a special place in my heart.
June 25, 2005
Favorite Movie: "Bringing Up
Baby" I love them all though
Comments: I can't get enough of
Cary Grant. This site is awesome. Being a teen, my friends just don't
agree with me. They like the newest movies..only. How sad! I have
watched so many Cary Grant movies, but I still find that there are
some that I haven't so, For years to come he will be entertaining me.
June 20, 2005
Comments: Hello there! My name's
Ally and I'm 17 years old and from New York. Recently I've fallen
head-over-heels in LOVE with Cary Grant and just adore him as an
actor! Ever since I was very little, I've always been a GIGANTIC fan
of cinema--especially movies from the 1930s to 1960s. I have
absolutely no idea why it took me such an awfully long time to finally
"discover" and fall in love with Cary Grant, but apparently I've
finally come to my sense and realize what I've been missing!
I just wanted to give you a HUGE kudos
on your website. It's ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC! By-far the best Cary Grant
site on the internet! I just wanted to make sure that you knew what a
wonderful job you've done on it, because you definitely deserve to
know. So, thank you so much for sharing such a wonderful site filled
with fun, information, insight,
and absolutely delicious pictures ;-) Keep up the great work!
June 7, 2005
Comments: My name's Lauren. I'm only in eighth grade and
a new fan of Cary Grant. Last year we got to choose our foreign
language class (either French or Spanish). I wanted to choose Spanish
for a while but when I saw "An Affair to Remember" and saw
the part when their in the Villefranche I immediately changed my mind.
I've been taking French ever since.
June 5, 2005
State/Country: NJ, USA
Favorite Movie: Arsenic & Old
Comments: Cary Grant's movies have
been an endless source of joy and he will live on in them for me.
I will never forget, on a delightful summer day in
July '75 when having lunch, I looked out the window of the bayside
restaurant (The Red Onion) in Newport Beach, CA, and there, on a
ordinary-looking cabin cruiser's deck, was the handsome, adorable CARY
GRANT! And on the deck by himself.
There was no mistaking who he was. Apparently he
stopped for lunch at the restaurant (Woody's Wharf) next door.
He appeared to be relaxed, tan, white-haired, and
oh so close and yet too far away to wave to. The 'picture window' did
not open, so there was no chance to yell "Hi!" The memory of
watching him still brings a smile to face.
May 28, 2005
State/Country: Washington, USA
Favorite Movie: The
Comments: I credit my mother with
forcing me to watch b/w movies. However, the first time I watched a
Cary Grant movie, I was completely hooked. Out of all the actors since
him...he is my absolute favorite. There is no one who comes close to
his personality on-screen.
May 23, 2005
Favorite Movie: North by
Comments: Just a big hello to the
best CG site on the net!
May 4, 2005
Just downloaded your screen saver –
fantastic……..thank you very much,
Also, thank you for the many hours of
pleasure going through your site – I visit you at least once a week.
I just read the latest book on CG by
Marc Eliot and I agree with your review – although his admiration
does show through.
Did you notice the picture of CG
opposite the front page? Very spectacular – do you have a copy of
This “relationship” only goes one
way – is there anything I can do for you?
Once again, thank you.
Name: Janice Skinner
Comments: Your labor of love is very evident in your tribute
to a wonderful actor, Cary Grant. I don't know if "An Affair To
Remember" is my favorite film or not, it's one of many. I watched
"Father Goose" last night on TCM and I enjoyed as much as
the first time I saw it. I want to thank you for putting this web-site
together. I'm glad I happened along on this site today. I will be
back. I know if there's anything I want to know about Gary Grant, this
is the place to come. Once again, thank you.
April 25, 2005
FANTASTIC!!!!! sorry that my englisch isn`t the best but I must
mail to you. Your Cary Grant homepage is absoloutely fantastic. It's
Favorite Movie: an
affair to remember
Comments: i love cary
grant!!! i wish that i could of met him!!!! he's the best!!!!!!!!!
April 19, 2005
I am a 26 year old Cary Grant fan
and live in Norwich in the east of England. I'm sure that all
Cary fans know that his first stage appearance with the Bob Pender
troupe took place in Norwich after he ran away from home in the dead
I became a fan of the great Mr Grant
when I happened to watch "Bringing up Baby" on TV about 4
years ago. I have been an avid admirer of his since. I was thrilled to
discover his Norwich links whilst reading a biography about him.
I knew that he had performed at the
Hippodrome in the city but unfortunately this was no longer standing
and I always wondered whereabouts it was.
By looking at some old pictures of the
city I discovered that the Hippodrome was a very grand "opera
house". It was destroyed in the 1960's to make way for a multi
storey car park.
Just before Christmas I saw an article
in my local paper which was asking for peoples memories of the
Hippodrome. The paper had just begun a scheme to put up "Blue
plaques" to commemorate areas of the city which had seen
important events or been visited by famous people. (We already have a
plaque outside a Kentucky Fried Chicken shop to commemorate where The
Beatles stopped for fish and chips during a concert in Norwich!)
The paper mentioned that Laurel and Hardy had appeared at the
Hippodrome in the 1950's but there was no mention of Cary! I decided
to e mail the journalist covering the story and was delighted when he
said he was unaware of the link but would certainly try to find space
for Cary's name on the plaque.
A few weeks later the
plaque was unveiled. I thought your fellow warbrides would like to
know how Cary continues to be remembered in our city, the plaque says
Stan Laurel and Oliver
Hardy performed their legendary comedy double act here in Feb 1954.
Norwich Hippodrome which stood on this site until its demolition in
1966 also hosted the debut in 1916 of a 12 year old acrobat Archie
Leach, later known as Cary Grant.
Every time we use the car
park I wonder what the site looked like in the days when a young
Archie arrived in Norwich. Norwich itself is an ancient medieval city
and large parts of it have not changed since the days when Cary spent
I thought you would like to know about this recognition of Cary here
in England. I tell all my friends and family about his links with our
fine city. He will not be forgotten!
April 8, 2005
Favorite Movie: I Was
a Male War Bride
Comments: My sister and I
just watched houseboat today and were wondering where we could get the
lyrics to the song Sophia Loren was singing. My sister told me to type
in the key words in a search engine, but I never thought I would
actually find it! This is such an awesome site! I never new there were
so many Carry Grant fans!
March 29, 2005
Comments: Looks Great
March 28, 2005
Favorite Movie: His
Comments: I'm 15 and I first
stared getting into older classic movies when I was seven. I really
got into Cary Grant then and stared to collect his movies around the
same time. Not only do I have all his movies, but I have 4 photos of
him and 5 movies posters form which he was in. 2 books about him and 6
Cary Grant calendars. On top of that I have 2 autographed photos of
him to add to the other 4. It took me about 5 years and now I'm
getting them on dvd. I love the fact that Cary Grant can be funny and
dramatic, and that he had to work his way to the top. Another thing is
his love for his daughter Jennifer. I would be at one of the following
tables: His Girl Friday, Penny Serenade, The Philadelphia Story or
Bring Up Baby, talking to both actress and Cary Grant, drinking pink
I do have one thing to add, at the His Girl Friday
table where Jenny is sitting is wrong, it should be Bring Up Baby,
March 23, 2005
State/Country: Roi Et,
Favorite Movie: This
is the my PROBLEM! Please help!!!
Comments: PLEASE HELP!!!
I've met lot of Cary Grant fans over the years and none have been able
to answer my question. When I was young, I turned on the TV one
Friday night and happened to catch the beginning of a Cary Grant
movie. I watched about 10 or 15 minutes of it but I had to leave
(well, it was FRIDAY night!). I figured that some day I'd catch
the rest of the movie but never saw it come up again. This is
how the 1st 10 minutes goes: Cary Grant's character is walking
down the street and he's obviously down on his luck... not a penny to
his name. He's very hungry and comes upon this very nice little
restaurant. He decides to go in and order a big steak and all
the trimmings. When the waiter approaches and asks if they'll be
anything else, he says "Yes, I'll have another steak".
He eats the same meal all over again. I had to leave at that
point. Does anyone know the name of this movie?
March 14, 2005
Favorite Movie: Once
Upon a Time
Comments: Dear Mrs.Dunlap,
I really enjoyed your website. It is full of very interesting facts
about Cary Grant. If you don't know who I am, I am one of daughters
best friends. No this is not a joke. I promise you that Ellen told me
about your website and it really is me!! I will talk to you
March 12, 2005
Favorite Movie: That
Touch of Mink...All of them!!
Comments: What a wonderful,
wonderful website! Cary Grant was one in a million, and it's
fantastic that he is remembered in such a great way. This
website has everything you could possibly ask for and much more!
Thanks so much! Dawn
March 12, 2005
Favorite_Movie: IN NAME ONLY
Comments: I DISCOVERED THIS
PAGE. I'VE ALWAYS ENJOYED CARY GRANT MOVIES, SINCE I WAS VERY
HE WAS CHARMING. HE COULD DO VERY SERIOUS OR FUNNY ROLES, WHICH NOT
MANY ACTORS CAN DO. IN NAME ONLY, IS MY FAVORITE MOVIE.
I'M GLAD HE LIVES, IN FILM. HIS FILMS ARE TIMELESS, LIKE HIM.
MAY THE FUTURE FANS, KEEP HIS ACTING CAREER, ALIVE. HE DESERVES
March 12, 2005
Favorite Movie: The
Your web site is great! I've been a
Cary Grant fan since I was ten years old. I was home with the
flu and bored with lying in bed. One evening, my Mom brought the
television into my room and that's when I saw "The Bishop's
Wife." I asked my father who that man was and after that I
grew up searching for Cary Grant movies that used to come on in the
middle of the night.
I didn't know there were other Cary Grant
fans out there. All of my friends have always rolled thier eyes
at me over this.
I can't believe there was a War Brides
convention here. I just missed it. I may have to join.
Thank you so much for doing this. I
will visit your website again. There is so much to see. You have
made my day.
February 26, 2005
Comments: "An Affair To
Remember" is my favorite Cary Grant movie. I've seen it at least
100 times and cry my eyes every time. It is the utmost
love story that I wish for.
February 22, 2005
Name: Diana Wilson
Favorite Movie: Mr. lucky
Comments: I have a child
named Cary Grant Wilson
February 8, 2005
Favorite Movie: An
affair to remember, Houseboat
February 1, 2005
Comments: Thanks for making
this great site!!!! :)
January 23, 2005
Favorite Movie: Notorious
Comments: The first time I
watched Notorious, Cary and Ingrid spoke Chinese - it was dubbed, a
summer/winter vocation afternoon movie. It was at least 20 years ago
and I was a little girl, and I saw this movie on TV in China. I fell
in love with them both!
When I was flipping over the channels on another summer/winter
vocation afternoon, this time in college, I watched the undubbed Cary
and Ingrid, since China was starting to air undubbed movies more often
by then. It didnt' help me much, since my English wasn't that good to
catch the line.
Now I am traveling in the US, and I just purchased the film on DVD
recently. 20 years have flied away, but it stays as one of my most
favorite movies ever!
Thank you for setting up this website, I will come back again.
If you are a fan of Ingrid, I would suggest another movie of hers I
just watched on PBS - the Inn of the Six Happiness. It was a very
touching movie, and though of a much more serious topic( upon a real
story), and so different from Notorious.
January 23, 2005
An Affair to Remember
Comments: Awesome site! I am
obsessed with "An Affair to Remember!" 2007 marks its 50th
anniversary. I was wondering if it could be shown in movie theaters on
January 21, 2005
Hi!! Wow, words can not explain how
freaking awesome your site on Cary
Grant is!!! Every time I visit it (which is practically every day) I
am continually amazed at all the hard work you have put into and how
crazy comprehensive it is.
I am a college freshman and I have been
obsessed with Cary since 7th grade maybe. The first Cary Grant movie I
saw was An Affair To Remember and I absolutely fell in love with Cary
and that movie continues to be my favorite!! One my goals in life is
to say I have seen all his movies. Hopefully someday. I often tell
people that Cary Grant is my dream husband. I think that's one of the
biggest reasons why I love him so much. I personally think he is THE
hottest actor ever!!! No question about it. Sometimes I feel weak at
the knees when I look at him and sometimes I want to cry because he's
Well, there is actually a reason why
I'm writing to you. I have a suggestion and now I can't remember if I
have asked you this before, but here goes anyway. Since you have
created this amazing website about Cary Grant, have you ever thought
of doing another website about another classic movie actor/actress? I
can only imagine the hard work that goes into this website and maybe
you don't have time to do another, but I was just wondering if you had
ever thought about it.
Thank you again for all the hard work
and love you have put into this website. So many people are indebted
to you for giving us so much joy in one place!!!
Favorite Movie: Holiday
Comments: Two teen-age girls can
be a handful! So as a way to relax I began renting old black &
white movies every Friday. Enter Cary Grant! After watching just one
Cary Grant movie "Arsenic and Old Lace", I had to rent more!
He and his movies are postiively contagious! And now I'm hooked! Thank
you for the list of films, and this wonderful, wonderful sight! 72
films, huh? I see my work is cut out for me! Ha-ha!
January 17, 2005
Favorite Movie: operation
Comments: you've done a wonderful
job building this site. it has all the info anyone could ever want
about Cary Grant. you must be a real fan. he was an excellent actor
January 16, 2005
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