Cary Grant Romance Film Roles

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List of Romance Film movies/films with performances by Cary Grant, listed alphabetically with movie trailers when available. These Cary Grant Romance Film roles include starring, supporting and cameo appearances. You can sort these Cary Grant Romance Film movies for additional information as well, such as who directed the films and when they were released. Over the years Cary Grant has become known for playing characters in Romance Film movies, so this list is the perfect resource for finding some you haven't already seen.

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An Affair to Remember is a 1957 film starring Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, and directed by Leo McCarey. It was distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film is considered one of the most romantic movies of all time, according to the American Film Institute. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Richard Denning, Jeffrey Sayre, Robert Q. Lewis, + more

Released: 1957

Directed by: Leo McCarey

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Blonde Venus is a 1932 pre-Code drama film starring Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, and Cary Grant. The movie was produced and directed for Paramount Pictures by Josef von Sternberg from a screenplay by Jules Furthman and S. K. Lauren adapted from a story by Furthman and von Sternberg. The musical score was by W. Franke Harling, John Leipold, Paul Marquardt and Oscar Potoker and the cinematography by Bert Glennon. Dietrich performs three musical numbers in this film, including the now-obscure "You Little So-and-So" and "I Couldn't Be Annoyed". The highlight is the infamous "Hot Voodoo", which is nearly 8 minutes in length and mostly instrumental, featuring jazz trumpet and drums. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Cary Grant, Marlene Dietrich, Hattie McDaniel, Herbert Marshall, Dickie Moore, + more

Released: 1932

Directed by: Josef von Sternberg

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Born to Be Bad is a 1934 drama film directed by Lowell Sherman, and starring Loretta Young and Cary Grant. This film was rejected by the Hays Office twice before it was finally approved. Young's character, an unwed mother who entertains wholesale buyers to secure contracts for her friend, had to be re-written and re-filmed, so that her occupation is only hinted at. Zanuck had to cut as much as possible shots of Young in her underwear and of exposed legs to the hips. The film was a box-office failure, with a loss of $50,000. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Cary Grant, Loretta Young, Henry Travers, Russell Hopton, Andrew Tombes, + more

Released: 1934

Directed by: Lowell Sherman

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Bringing Up Baby is a 1938 American screwball comedy film directed by Howard Hawks, starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant, and released by RKO Radio Pictures. The film tells the story of a paleontologist in a number of predicaments involving a scatterbrained woman and a leopard named Baby. The screenplay was adapted by Dudley Nichols and Hagar Wilde from a short story by Wilde which originally appeared in Collier's Weekly magazine on April 10, 1937. The script was written specifically for Hepburn, and was tailored to her personality. Filming began in September 1937 and wrapped in January 1938; it was over schedule and over budget. Production was frequently delayed due to uncontrollable ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Barry Fitzgerald, Ward Bond, Charlie Ruggles, + more

Released: 1938

Directed by: Howard Hawks

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