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67 Facts About Cary Grant
2. In 1979, Cary Grant hosted the American Film Institute's tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, and presented Laurence Olivier with his honorary Oscar.
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5. Cary Grant was taken back to the Blackhawk Hotel where he and his wife Barbara had checked in, and a doctor was called and discovered that Grant was having a massive stroke, with a blood pressure reading of 210 over 130.
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10. Cary Grant became a naturalized United States citizen on June 26, 1942, at which time he legally changed his name to "Cary Grant".
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11. Cary Grant wed Virginia Cherrill on February 9, 1934, at the Caxton Hall registry office in London.
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16. Cary Grant played an active role in the promotion of MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas when opened in 1973, and he continued to promote the city throughout the 1970s.
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20. Cary Grant visited Monaco three or four times each year during his retirement, and showed his support for Kelly by joining the board of the Princess Grace Foundation.
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22. In 1964, Cary Grant changed from his typically suave, distinguished screen persona to play a grizzled beachcomber Walter Eckland who is hired by a Commander to serve as a lookout on Matalava Island for invading Japanese planes in the World War II romantic comedy, Father Goose.
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23. In 1963, Cary Grant appeared in his last typically suave, romantic role opposite Audrey Hepburn in Charade.
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25. In 1962, Cary Grant starred in the romantic comedy That Touch of Mink, playing suave, wealthy businessman Philip Shayne romantically involved with an office worker, played by Doris Day.
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30. In 1955, Cary Grant agreed to star opposite Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief, playing a retired jewel thief nicknamed "The Cat", living in the French Riviera.
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36. Cary Grant took up the role after it was originally offered to Bob Hope, who turned it down owing to schedule conflicts.
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37. In 1942, Cary Grant participated in a three-week tour of the United States as part of a group to help the war effort and was photographed visiting wounded marines in hospital.
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39. In 1940, Cary Grant played a callous newspaper editor who learns that his ex-wife and former journalist, played by Rosalind Russell, is to marry an insurance officer in the comedy His Girl Friday, which was praised for its strong chemistry and "great verbal athleticism" between Grant and Russell.
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41. In 1937, Cary Grant began the first film under his contract with Columbia Pictures, When You're in Love, portraying a wealthy American artist who eventually woos a famous opera singer.
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43. In 1932, Cary Grant played a wealthy playboy opposite Marlene Dietrich in Blonde Venus, directed by Josef von Sternberg.
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44. Cary Grant disliked his role and threatened to leave Hollywood, but to his surprise a critic from Variety praised his performance, and thought that he looked like a "potential femme rave".
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48. In 1930, Cary Grant toured for nine months in a production of the musical, The Street Singer.
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64. Cary Grant entered education when he was four-and-a-half and was sent to the Bishop Road Primary School, Bristol.
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65. Cary Grant was born Archibald Alec Leach on January 18, 1904 at 15 Hughenden Road in the northern Bristol suburb of Horfield.
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