Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock had one of the most celebrated actor/ director pairings in history. Hitchcock, famously derisory about movie stars, declared Grant to be the only actor he ever loved. Together they made four classic movies. The first was Suspicion in 1941, with Cary playing against type as a man plotting to kill his wife, played by Joan Fontaine. Next was Notorious in 1946, co-starring Ingrid Bergman, followed by To Catch A Thief, a light-hearted, glamorous movie set on the French Riviera and starring Grace Kelly. Finally, North by Northwest came out in 1959, the climax of which takes place on the carved faces on Mount Rushmore.