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thewayyoursmilejustbeams:

R.I.P. Archibald Alexander Leach (January 18th, 1904 - November 29th, 1986) 

“You know that I’ve never been a joiner or a member of any particular social set, but I’ve been privileged to be a part of Hollywood`s most glorious era.”

theladyeve:

Various stars cementing their fame in the courtyard of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

mattybing1025:

30 Days of Cary Grant  |  Day Twenty-Two—> Favorite quote about Cary

“The King of Hearts, the mirror of charm, the most glamorous leading man of his generation….the grandmaster of the graceful exit.  The face alone was over-powering:  strong sexy mouth, glittering brown eyes, rotisserie tan, chin-cleft you could crack a nut in.  Then there was the whip-taut body, the deft movements, the caressing twang, the what’s-it accent.  Was he serious?  Was he joking?  Was the joke on him?  On you?  You could never be sure.  He approached, avoided, dodged definition, baffled — yet always entertained.”  —People magazine

mattybing1025:

30 Days of Cary Grant  |  Day Twenty-Two—> Favorite quote about Cary

“The King of Hearts, the mirror of charm, the most glamorous leading man of his generation….the grandmaster of the graceful exit.  The face alone was over-powering:  strong sexy mouth, glittering brown eyes, rotisserie tan, chin-cleft you could crack a nut in.  Then there was the whip-taut body, the deft movements, the caressing twang, the what’s-it accent.  Was he serious?  Was he joking?  Was the joke on him?  On you?  You could never be sure.  He approached, avoided, dodged definition, baffled — yet always entertained.”  —People magazine

stardustmelody:

Happy Father’s Day!


Cary Grant — photographed by John Engstead, 1933

Cary Grant — photographed by John Engstead, 1933

30 Days of Cary Grant | Day One —-> 9 favorite black & white photos

afraidofvirginiawoolf:

Cary Grant, 1933.

afraidofvirginiawoolf:

Cary Grant, 1933.

You know that I may never look at this without remembering the quiet patience of directors who were so kind to me, who were kind enough to put up with me more than once, some of them even three or four times. I trust they and all the other directors, writers and producers and my leading women, have forgiven me for what I didn’t know. You know that I’ve never been a joiner or a member of any particular social set, but I’ve been privileged to be a part of Hollywood’s most glorious era.

Cary Grant at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, July 16, 1951.

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