Monday, 23 January 2012


1. Bringing Up Baby (1938): Screwball comedy co-starring Katharine Hepburn. Howard Hawks Directs.

2. Gunga Din (1939): Adventure film directed by George Stevens Co-Starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. ans Victor Mclaglen. Based on a poem by Rudyard Kipling.

3. Only Angels Have Wings (1939): Another one directed by Howard Hawks. Features an early appearance by Rita Hayworth.

4. The Philadelphia Story (1940): Romantic Triangle With Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart. Remade years later with Bing Crosby in the Grant role.

5. Suspicion (1941): Grant's first Hitchcock film. Co-stars Joan Fontaine (also in Gunga Din) as a woman who suspects her husband (Grant) is trying to kill her.

6. Arsenic And Old Lace (1944): Situational comedy about a family where Grant is the only member who isn't a murderer.

7. Notorious (1946): One of Hitchcock's best films. Co-starring Ingrid Bergman, this one's all about spies and Nazis.

8. Room For One More (1952): Grant stars with his real life wife (at the time) Betsy Drake as a kind hearted couple who adopt orphans.

9. To Catch A Thief (1955): Grant wanted to retire from films but Hitchcock lured him back with this script about a jewel thief and the chance to work with Grace Kelly.

10. North By Northwest (1959): This is the one with the famous scene of a crop dusting plane chasing him down. This is also the last film Grant made with Alfred Hitchcock.

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