Finding Franchot finds new things to love about Every Girl Should Be Married (1948).
So, they're having a whole Blogathon for you! Yes, but you have a whole Blog!!
Speakeasy tells us what happens when Cary is caught in a Crisis (1950).
I really have no idea what I'm doing here.
Classic Movie Hub tells us why My Favorite Wife (1940) is her go-to movie when she wants a good laugh.
Cary doesn't want to see the door close on his Blogathon.
Old Hollywood Films tells us how Holiday (1938) was originally supposed to be different.
We're heading to the Blogathon! How about you?
In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood explores The Magic of Kate and Cary.
Hamlette's Soliloquy tells us when she discovered Cary in Father Goose (1964).
Cary Grant approves this post.
Love Letters to Hollywood shares Cary's best comedic role in The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947).
Counting up the entries so far.
Musings of a Classic Film Addict talks about Cary's fourth-to-last film, That Touch of Mink (1962).
Doris! What sort of behavior is this?!
Christina Wehner reviews an earnest Cary Grant in The Toast of New York (1937).
Cary's wondering how he ended up in a period movie.
Back to Golden Days gives us a behind-the-scenes look at The Awful Truth (1937).
Hold still, Cary darling! I'll fix you back up in a jiffy!