Posts Tagged With: Alfred Hitchcock

Classy. Funny. Cary.

Cary Grant after finding a surprise in window seat (Arsenic and Old Lace, 1944)

Back in the Golden Age of Hollywood, a leading actor needed at least one specific quality to fit in this privileged group of stars. He could be either funny, dashingly handsome, witty, elegant or tough, so any of these aspects could make one reach stardom. Continue reading

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Celebrating the Lives of Peter O’Toole and Joan Fontaine

This is a great opportunity to listen to this majestic score, composed by Maurice Jarre.
As if sometimes it wasn’t enough with taking away just one, this past day has seen two great film stars leave this world: Peter O’Toole and Joan Fontaine. Continue reading

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