Cary Grant – A Pictorial

 

“Everybody wants to be Cary Grant. Even I want to be Cary Grant.” ~ Cary Grant

 

Cary Grant

 

“It’s important to know where you’ve come from so that you can know where you’re going. I probably chose my profession because I was seeking approval, adulation, admiration and affection.” ~ Cary Grant

 

Cary Grant

 

“The only really good thing about acting is that there`s no heavy lifting.” ~ Cary Grant

 

Cary Grant having a conversation with one of his best friends!!

 

“My formula for living is quite simple. I get up in the morning and I go to bed at night. In between, I occupy myself as best I can.” ~ Cary Grant

 

Cary Grant

 

“It seems that each new marriage is more difficult to survive than the last one. I’m rather a fool for punishment. I keep going back for more, don’t ask me why.” ~ Cary Grant on his many marriages

 

Cary Grant

 

“To succeed with the opposite sex, tell her you are impotent. She can`t wait to disprove it.” ~ Cary Grant

 

Cary Grant enjoying a day at the beach.

 

“I have no plans to write an autobiography, I will leave that to others. I’m sure they will turn me into a homosexual or a Nazi spy or something else.” ~ Cary Grant

 

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