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Carey Grant was 6' 1½.
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What is the value of a Cary Grant stamp from 2002?

Answer . To a stamp dealer, 80% of face value. To most people, it's worth the value of the postage, i.e., what you paid for them. To a Movie or Cary Grant collector who knows nothing about stamps, you could probably double your money.

How old is Cary Grant?

Cary Grant was born on January 18, 1904 and died on November 29, 1986. Cary Grant would have been 82 years old at the time of death or 111 years old today.

How many movies has Cary Grant acted in?

'Wikipedia' lists seventy three feature films plus six shorts. Mr. Grant appears in one of the full length films for less than half a minute. Wouldn't that make them rather seventy two?

Was Cary Grant Jewish?

Cary Grant was not Jewish. He was agnostic, believing more inpersonal introspection and reflection rather than the organizedreligion that he grew up with in his school days.

Was the actor Cary Grant gay?

Cary Grant was bisexual.He was in love with randolph scott,and later Sophia Loren,but she rejected him and married someone else.. Cary Grant was bisexual.He was in love with randolph scott,and later Sophia Loren,but she rejected him and married someone else.

How did Cary Grant die?

Died: Nov 29, 1986 in Davenport, Iowa the age of 82. Cause of death is as follows. Grant was preparing for a performance at the Adler Theater in Davenport, Iowa on the afternoon of November 29, 1986 when he suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. (He had also suffered a minor stroke in October 1984. ( Full Answer )

Did Cary Grant have an illegitimate child?

i dont think he did, no.. it is listed that he only had one child and there is no knwlege of anything other.. read his autobiography, it might help you, the link is below:. hope i can help,. Hope X

Cary Grant stared in which hitchckok films?

Cary Grant starred in four movies directed by Alfred Hitchcock: Suspicion (1941), Notorious (1946), To Catch a Thief (1955), North by Northwest (1959).

What did Cary Grant die from?

The entry on Mr. Grant in Wikipedia states that: "In the last few years of his life, Grant undertook tours of the United States in a one man show. It was called "A Conversation with Cary Grant", in which he would show clips from his films and answer audience questions. Grant was preparing for a p ( Full Answer )

Why was Cary Grant in Davenport Iowa when he died?

He was touring some cities of the USA with a show called "A Conversation with Cary Grant" and was preparing to appear that evening in Davenport as he began feeling sick. He died that same night in St. Luke's Hospital.

Who was Cary Grant married to?

He had 6 wives: Virginia Cherrill (1934-1935), Barbara Hutton (1942-1945), Betsy Drake (1949-1962), Dyan Cannon (1965-1967), Barbara Harris (1981-1986) and Maureen Donaldson (1973-1977).

How many kids did Cary Grant have?

He had one daughter: Jennifer Grant, who appeared in a few episodes of the 1990's TV series "Beverly Hills 90210".. By the way, in 2008 she gave birth to her first child. She called him Cary..

Why is Cary Grant famous?

Cary Grant (1904-1986) is to this day the finest non-method actor to ever appear in Hollywood productions. He was incredibly subtle and able to adjust to almost any role in his more than thirty years of active work in cinema, spanning from 1932 to 1966. He was the leading actor in about fifty of the ( Full Answer )

Where was Cary Grant originally from?

Cary Grant was born in Horfield, Bristol, England. His birth namewas Archibald Alexander Leach. He moved to New York City aftergrammar school in England.

Did Cary grant live in Iowa?

No. He died there, in Davenport, on November 29th, 1986, while touring some cities of the USA in a show called "A Conversation with Cary Grant". He was preparing for his lecture of that evening when he suffered a massive cerebral hemorraghe. He died that same night, his wife Barbara by his side.

Did Cary Grant have any children?

Yes. He and his wife Dyan Cannon (well, one of his wives-- his 4th wife to be specific), had a daughter, Jennifer Grant.

Was Cary Grant necrophilia?

No, but maybe Phil Spector was. Oddly the most obviously Necro songs- such as The Way You Look Tonight ( Someday, when I walk below...) was never recorded by any of his many groups. Maybe too close to the target.

Was Cary Grant part Irish?

Archibald Leach, who later took the stage name Cary Grant, was born to parents of English descent.

1944 Cary grant film?

Cary Grant starred in three movies that were released in 1944 - Arsenic and Old Lace, None but the Lonely Heart, and Once Upon A Time.

What was Cary Grant life like?

Unlike most Hollywood stars, his career went remarkably smoothly. In fact, they say that he actually had to go to a psychiatrist because everything was going too well!

Who is Cary Grant?

Cary Grant is a legendary actor (January 18, 1904 - November 29, 1986) who is known for his superb acting skills, fantastically good looks, and debonair attitude on the big screen. You might have seen him before if you have heard of Alfred Hitchcock, the great film producer. Cary was in several of H ( Full Answer )

How did Cary Grant begin his career?

Archibald Leach dropped out of school at age fourteen and began performing as a stilts perfomer in a local show. This took him to vaudeville, then to the stage, and finally to films. At this point he took the stage name Cary Grant.

Did Cary Grant wear a toupee?

I've always suspected that he did - many of the old Hollywood stars did, Bing Crosby, John Wayne, Ray Milland, Lee J. Cobb and even James Stewart! No. Cary Grant did not wear a toupee.

Was Cary Grant bi-sexual?

He denied it. Speculation focused on him because he shared a house in his bachelor days and between his early marriages with fellow film star Randolph Scott. Grant's third wife (of 13 years), Betsy Drake, when asked if she thought Grant was gay said: "Why would I believe that Cary was homosexual wh ( Full Answer )

Why did Cary Grant retire?

Cary Grant retired so he could focus on his family and spend more time with his daughter, Jennifer.

Was Cary Grant in the military?

His biography in Wikipedia lists no military service. Born in 1904, he would have been fourteen at the end of World War One, and 36 when the USA began to expand its military numbers.

In what movies has Cary Grant appearred?

Cary Grant starred in 74 movies from 1932 until Walk Don't Runwhich was released in 1966. Other movies include Father Goose, AnAffair to Remember, Houseboat, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer,Penny Serenade and My Favorite Wife.

In what movies has Cary Grant starred?

Cary Grant starred in 74 movies from 1932 until Walk Don't Runwhich was released in 1966. Other movies include Father Goose, AnAffair to Remember, Houseboat, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer,Penny Serenade and My Favorite Wife.

Did Cary Grant really wear panties?

Because Grant shared a house with fellow screen star Randolph Scott it has long been speculated that they were lovers. However, both of them, and their wives and girlfriends have always dismissed the such gossip as unfounded and wrong. The notion that grant wore woman's underthings is an entirely w ( Full Answer )

What are the names of Cary Grant wives?

1. Virginia Cherrill (1934-35) 2. Barbara Hutton (1942-45) 3. Betsy Drake (1949-62) 4. Dyan Cannon (1965-68) 5. Barbara Harris (1981-86) - Grant died in '86.

Who did Cary Grant marry?

Grant was married five times: to Virginia Charell, to Barbara Hutton, to Betsy Drake, to Dyan Cannon, and to Barbara Harris. The last one was the only one to not end in divorce.

Why did Cary Grant stop acting?

Cary Grant retired from acting so he could focus on his family and spend more time with his daughter, Jennifer.

What was the sexual orientation of Cary grant?

No credible evidence exists that Grant ever had sexual interactionswith any male at any time in his life. Yes. No, There is no proof that Cary Grant was gay or bisexual nobody knows what his relationship w/Scott was anything more than friends. He had 5 wives ,nobody has ever had anything to prove th ( Full Answer )

Who is judy that Cary Grant reference?

People who imitate and parody Cary Grant invariably use the phrase "Judy, Judy, Judy." The reason was a mystery to Grant himself, who never used that phrase in a film, on stage, or in casual conversation. He did reference a character "Judy" in Only Angels Have Wings , but never repeated her name.

What accent did Cary Grant have?

Cary Grant was from the U.K., but did not have a traditional British accent. That is one of the things that make Cary Grant unique - his accent was all his own.

Did Cary Grant's mother ever see Cary Grant?

Yes. After 20 years of thinking his mother was dead after being told that as a boy, when he was 30 years old, his dying father admitted that he had admitted Elsie, his mother, to a mental institution. Cary (Archie) saw his mother for the first time when again when he went to visit her that trip to E ( Full Answer )

Where did Cary Grant grow up?

Cary Grant (born Archibald Alexander Leach) was born in BristolEngland. He was raised by schools and ignored by his parents. Itwas not a childhood to brag about.

What caused Cary grants death?

Cary Grant died of massive cerebral hemorrhage at age 82, while preparing for one his one-person performances in Davenport, Iowa.

What movies did Cary Grant play in?

Cary Grant starred in 74 movies from 1932 until Walk Don't Runwhich was released in 1966. Other movies include Father Goose, AnAffair to Remember, Houseboat, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer,Penny Serenade and My Favorite Wife.

When did Cary Grant emigrate to America?

Grant arrived in the U.S. on 1920 July 28 (his name then was Archie Leach) as part of a vaudeville troupe from the U.K. When that group returned home, Grant stayed to continue his entertainment career in the U.S. He became a U.S. citizen in 1942 June 26.

What college did Cary Grant attend?

Cary Grant (Archibald Alexander Leach 1904-1986) was expelled fromschool at the age of 14. He went on the road with the Bob PenderStage Troupe which got him to the US in 1920. You can say that heattended the College of Hard Knocks.

Was Cary Grant the Gerber baby?

No. Cary Grant was not the Gerber baby. The Gerber baby that we are all so familiar with is a woman named Anne Turner Cook, who was born on November 20, 1928.

Was Cary Grant ever in a Western?

The film closest to the "western" genre, that had Cary Grant onscreen, would have been _The Howards of Virginia_, which took place on the U.S. western frontier. At that time that would have been the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, so this movie may (or may not) count. The plot of _Gunga Din_ cou ( Full Answer )

Was Cary Grant a Jew?

Not one shred of credible evidence supports this idea. Cary Grant was never circumcised as a Jew, and neither he nor his parents ever practiced any facet of the Jewish faith. The only arguments for this idea are (1) "Can you prove he ISN'T?", (2) one of his parents / ancestors was Jewish but never r ( Full Answer )

What was the first movie Cary Grant starred in?

Cary Grant's first movie was This Is The Night, first released on April 8th 1932. Grant played the character Stephen, a cuckolded husband. It is said that he disliked the movie, and his character's nonchalant attitude to infidelity so much, that he had to be convinced not to leave the entertainment ( Full Answer )