Cary Grant movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘His Girl Friday,’ ‘North by Northwest,’ ‘Penny Serenade’

Cary Grant movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘His Girl Friday,’ ‘North by Northwest,’ ‘Penny Serenade’
He was born Archibald Alec Leach in South West England on January 18, 1904. As a teen, he became attracted to show biz at an early age, becoming friends with a troupe of acrobats and doing odd jobs while hanging out backstage at theaters. At 16, he would travel by ship to the United States, where he would eventually change his name to Cary Grant after signing his first movie contract in 1931. He became one of the most admired and beloved leading men that Hollywood would ever produce.

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Grant’s suave looks and elegant voice served him well when he started acting in films, but his artistry and nuance on screen matured considerably over the years. He would work with the master Alfred Hitchcock several times, including “North by Northwest,” “Notorious” and “To Catch a Thief.” Grant was also quite deft with comedy roles,
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