Cary Grant – American Film Institute
NOTORIOUS film still

NOTORIOUS (1946) – AFI Movie Club

Named by the American Film Institute among the art form’s greatest love stories and thrills, and directed by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree Alfred Hitchcock, NOTORIOUS (1946) features iconic performances from Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman – both named by the American Film Institute among the greatest screen legends of all time. Visit the AFI...
BRINGING UP BABY film still of Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and Asta

BRINGING UP BABY (1938) – AFI Movie Club

A madcap story of a boy, a girl and a leopard, BRINGING UP BABY (1938) features Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant – both ranked by AFI among the greatest screen legends of all time. The film also appears on AFI’s lists of the greatest American films 10th anniversary edition – as well as among the greatest filmed comedies...
HIS GIRL FRIDAY film still of Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell

HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) – AFI Movie Club

Named by the American Film Institute among the funniest films ever made, Howard Hawks’ HIS GIRL FRIDAY (1940) pits Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell against each other in a hilariously antagonistic romantic relationship as two reporters – and a formerly married couple – reteaming for a big scoop. Visit the AFI Catalog to learn more...
TO CATCH A THIEF film still Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock

TO CATCH A THIEF (1955) – AFI Movie Club

Featuring incomparable pairing of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly – both named among the art form’s greatest stars – TO CATCH A THIEF (1955) is directed by AFI Life Achievement Award honoree Alfred Hitchcock and was named by the American Film Institute among the most romantic films of all time. Visit the AFI Catalog to...
NORTH BY NORTHWEST film of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (1959) – AFI Movie Club

In addition to ranking among the greatest American films of all time, NORTH BY NORTHWEST (1959) appears at #4 on AFI’s list of the art form’s greatest thrills. Starring Cary Grant – named one of cinema’s great screen legends – NORTH BY NORTHWEST was directed by the “Master of Suspense,” AFI Life Achievement Award honoree Alfred Hitchcock and features production...
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY film still of Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940) – AFI Movie Club

With THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940), legendary director George Cukor reunited costars Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn – who’d starred previously together in SYLVIA SCARLETT (1935), BRINGING UP BABY (1938) and HOLIDAY (1938) – for a hilariously tangled socialite love story, with Hepburn forced to choose between Grant, James Stewart and her new fiancé played by...
THE AWFUL TRUTH film still of Skippy the Wire Fox Terrier dog actor

THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937) – AFI Movie Club

Starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant – named by the American Film Institute among cinema’s screen legends – and included among the greatest comedies and the greatest love stories ever filmed, director Leo McCarey’s classic screwball THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937) pits distrustful spouses against one another in ever-escalating divorce proceedings that even involve their dog...
ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS film still of Cary Grant and Rita Hayworth

ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (1939) – AFI Movie Club

Directed by the legendary Howard Hawks, ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS (1939) features an all-star ensemble thrown together in the remote town of Barranca – including Jean Arthur, Thomas Mitchell, Richard Barthelmess, Rita Hayworth and Cary Grant – the latter two named by the American Film Institute among the greatest screen legends of all time. Visit...
She Done Him Wrong Film Still - Cary Grant, Noah Beery, and Mae West

SHE DONE HIM WRONG (1933) – AFI Movie Club

Featuring Mae West and Cary Grant – both named by the American Film Institute among the greatest screen legends of all time – SHE DONE HIM WRONG (1933) was also included among AFI’s accounting the art form’s greatest comedies, and West’s iconic line – “Why don’t you come up sometime and see me?” – appears...
Arsenic and Old Lace Film Still - Cary Grant, Peter Lorre, and Raymond Massey

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944) – AFI Movie Club

Set in Brooklyn on Halloween – where, according to a title card, “anything can happen –– and it usually does” – ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (1944) is a madcap slapstick comedy from director and AFI Life Achievement Award honoree Frank Capra. Named by the American Film Institute among the funniest films of all-time, the iconic...
North By Northwest Film Still - Cary Grant

NORTH BY NORTHWEST (1959) – AFI Movie Club

In addition to ranking among the greatest American films of all time – on both the American Film Institute’s original list and the 10th Anniversary edition – NORTH BY NORTHWEST (1959) appears at #4 on AFI’s list of the art form’s greatest thrills. Starring Cary Grant – named one of cinema’s great screen legends – NORTH BY NORTHWEST was directed by...
Holiday Film Still - Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn

HOLIDAY (1938) – AFI Movie Club

With HOLIDAY (1938), legendary director George Cukor reunited costars Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn – who’d starred previously together in SYLVIA SCARLETT (1935) and BRINGING UP BABY (1938), and would co-star subsequently in THE PHILADELPHIA STORY (1940) – for a story of an idealistic dreamer engaged to a wealthy socialite. Both Hepburn and Grant were...
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