Hitch­cock Clas­sics

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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.

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