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List of Cary Grant Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Operation Petticoat (1959)
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12
Operation Petticoat
89
12

During the Second World War, Lieutenant Commander Matt Sherman finds himself stuck with a submarine which was badly damaged by the Japanese air forces. Since he needs to make a sail soon, he decides to take the help of Lieutenant Nick Holden, who has been newly transferred. He asks Holden to use his talents as a con artist to procedure all required supplies.

Role:
Lt. Cmdr. Matt T. Sherman
Starring:
Tony Curtis, Marion Ross, Gavin MacLeod, Dina Merrill, Gene Evans, Joan O'Brien
Directed By:
2. My Favorite Wife (1940)
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11
My Favorite Wife
66
11

My Favorite Wife is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a woman named Ellen, who was missing for seven years and eventually presumed dead. When she arrives after seven years, she discovers that her husband has just got married for the second time, and has left on an honeymoon with his second wife.

Role:
Nick Arden
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Gail Patrick, Randolph Scott, Ann Shoemaker
Directed By:
Garson Kanin
3. Father Goose (1964)
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Father Goose
87
14

Father Goose is a romantic comedy war adventure film which tells the story of an American man who is persuaded to live in an isolated island during the World War II, to spy on planes that pass over the area. His life takes a turn when he meets a schoolteacher trying to save herself and her students from the Japanese forces.

Role:
Walter
Starring:
Leslie Caron, Trevor Howard, Jack Good, Sharyl Locke
Directed By:
Ralph Nelson
4. The Bishop's Wife (1947)
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14
The Bishop's Wife
97
14

After all his efforts to raise money for a cathedral fails, a Bishop Henry Brougham finds himself quite depressed. However, his life takes an interesting turn, after he is visited by Dudley, who claims to be an angel. Henry is a bit annoyed, but his wife takes kindly to Dudley.

Role:
Dudley
Starring:
David Niven, Loretta Young, Elsa Lanchester, Monty Woolley, James Gleason
Directed By:
Henry Koster
5. His Girl Friday (1940)
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His Girl Friday
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15

This romantic comedy drama film tells the story of Walter, editor of a newspaper, who becomes furious after learning that Hildy, his ex wife and star reporter, is soon going to get married to Bruce Baldwin, an insurance man. In an attempt to break Hildy’s relationship with Bruce, and win her back, Walter sends her to cover one more story.

Role:
Walter Burns
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Gene Lockhart, Ralph Bellamy, Porter Hall
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
6. Topper (1937)
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13
Topper
71
13

George and Marion are a rich but irresponsible couple. After an accident due to reckless driving, they soon find themselves as ghosts. They realize that they have neither been good enough to be sent to heaven, nor have committed any evil deeds to be sent to hell. They decide that they should free their old friend Cosmo Topper from his strict lifestyle, as this will be their “good deed” which will give them their ticket to heaven.

Role:
George Kerby
Starring:
Lana Turner, Billie Burke, Alan Mowbray, Constance Bennett
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
7. Notorious (1946)
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Notorious
117
13

Alicia Huberman, the American daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, is convinced by US Government agent, T. R. Devlin, to infiltrate the Nazis by seducing Alex Sebastian. As Alicia slips further in her role as an undercover agent endangering her own life, Devlin must find a way to help her as he loves her. 

Role:
Devlin
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Bea Benaderet, Alfred Hitchcock, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern
Directed By:
8. Holiday (1938)
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Holiday
59
11

This romantic comedy film tells the story of a man who has risen from humble beginnings, but his life takes a turn when he has to choose between his free-thinking lifestyle and the tradition of his wealthy fiancée’s family.  

Role:
Johnny Case
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Edward Everett Horton, Lew Ayres, Doris Nolan
Directed By:
10. Charade (1963)
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Charade
121
14

Reggie meets Peter Joshua on a skiing holiday and decides to divorce her husband Charles. Upon returning to Paris, she finds her apartment stripped bare and learns that Charles has been murdered while trying to leave Paris. She later learns about his sordid past and with Peter by her tries to sort things out.  But why is Peter changing his name constantly?

Role:
Peter Joshua
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
11. The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
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8
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
60
8

This romantic comedy film tells the story of Susan, a seventeen year old girl, who is studying in high school. She begins to fall for Richard, a handsome and sophisticated artist. Her uncle believes that it is just an infatuation, and he tells Richard to play along, until her infatuation with him burns out.

Role:
Dick Nugent
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Ray Collins, Myrna Loy, Rudy Vallee
Directed By:
Irving Reis
12. North by Northwest (1959)
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North by Northwest
231
29

An advertising executive Roger Thornhill's life goes upside down when he is mistaken for a certain George Kaplan. He is kidnapped, almost killed, framed for a murder and chased around by men led by Phillip Vandamm. As he sets out to prove his innocence and find the real Kaplan, he is helped by Eve Kendall, who is not what she appears to be.

Role:
Roger O. Thornhill
Starring:
Alfred Hitchcock, James Mason, Martin Landau, Eva Marie Saint, Jessie Royce Landis, Leo G. Carroll
Directed By:
13. The Awful Truth (1937)
55
7
The Awful Truth
55
7

The Awful Truth is a comedy film which revolves around Jerry and Lucy, a married couple, who grow suspicious of each other. They start believing that the other one is having an affair, and decide to go for a divorce. But it seems that parting is a lot more difficult for them than they thought.

Role:
Jerry Warriner
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Alexander D'Arcy, Ralph Bellamy, Cecil Cunningham
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
14. Suspicion (1941)
79
10
Suspicion
79
10

Suspicion is a 1941 romantic psychological thriller film, which revolves around a shy young heiress who gets married to a charming young gentleman. However, as time passes, she feels suspicious of him, and begins to worry that he may be trying to murder her.

Role:
Johnnie Aysgarth
Starring:
Joan Fontaine, Alfred Hitchcock, Nigel Bruce, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
15. Indiscreet (1958)
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7
Indiscreet
48
7

Anna is an accomplished actress based in London, who has given up the hope of finding true love. However, things take a turn when she meets Philip Adams, a good-looking financier, and is instantly captivated by him. She soon learns that he is married, and trying to get a divorce from his wife.

Role:
Philip Adams
Starring:
Ingrid Bergman, Phyllis Calvert, Cecil Parker, David Kossoff
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
16. Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
128
21
Arsenic and Old Lace
128
21

Writer Mortimer Brewster falls in love with Elaine Harper and marries her. While preparing for their honeymoon trip, Mortimer returns home to find that his aunts Abby and Martha, who raised him, and his mentally ill brother Teddy, are deranged serial murderers. Soon, his serial killer brother Jonathan returns with the intention to kill him. 

Role:
Mortimer Brewster
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Jack Carson, Edward Everett Horton, Raymond Massey, Priscilla Lane
Directed By:
Frank Capra
17. I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
57
12
I Was a Male War Bride
57
12
Role:
Captain Henri Rochard
Starring:
Ann Sheridan, Marion Marshall, Randy Stuart, Bill Neff
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
18. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
84
13
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
84
13
Role:
Jim Blandings
Starring:
Reginald Denny, Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas, Sharyn Moffett
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
19. Bringing Up Baby (1938)
104
19
Bringing Up Baby
TV-G
104
19

Bringing up Baby is a romantic comedy film, which revolves around a paleontologist, who is trying to secure one million dollars for his museum, as a donation. However, he is being pursued by a flighty and irritating heiress along with her pet leopard, Baby. 

Role:
David
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Barry Fitzgerald, Charles Ruggles, Walter Catlett
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
20. The Talk of the Town (1942)
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The Talk of the Town
45
8

Leopold Dilg is a mill worker and political activist who gets accused of setting fire to a wool mill and killing its foreman Clyde. Dilg escapes from prison in the middle of the trial, and soon seeks shelter with Nora, a former schoolmate living in a remote village. Nora decides to hide him in the attic till the authorities stop looking for Dilg. The case takes a complete turn when it seems that Clyde is still alive.

Role:
Leopold Dilg
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Lloyd Bridges, Ronald Colman, Edgar Buchanan, Glenda Farrell
Directed By:
George Stevens
21. An Affair to Remember (1957)
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An Affair to Remember
104
17

Nicky and Terry meet on a cruise on their way from Europe to New York. Although they are engaged to other people, they fall for each other. They also agree to meet again in six months at the Empire State Building.  

Role:
Nickie Ferrante
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Richard Denning, Cathleen Nesbitt, Neva Patterson
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
22. Penny Serenade (1941)
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Penny Serenade
60
9

As Julie listens to her favorite songs, the film shows us her meeting, courtship and her marriage with her husband Roger. Although Julie and her husband Roger has always been there for one another, now the spark in their relationship seems to be gone, since the death of their adopted child.    

Role:
Roger Adams
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Edgar Buchanan, Beulah Bondi, Ann Doran
Directed By:
George Stevens
23. That Touch of Mink (1962)
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That Touch of Mink
57
10

Philip Shayne is a wealthy businessman who finds himself attracted to Cathy, a young old-fashioned country girl, due to her honest heart. Although Cathy falls for him too, the problem is that she wants to save herself for marriage, while Philip is not interested in marriage, and only wants an affair.

Role:
Philip Shayne
Starring:
Doris Day, Gig Young, Alan Hewitt, Audrey Meadows
Directed By:
Delbert Mann
24. Houseboat (1958)
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Houseboat
74
12

Tom Winters is a lawyer working with the US State Department, who is separated from his wife and three kids. Although the kids prefer staying in the countryside with the wealthy parents of their mother, Tom takes them with him to Washington DC. He hires a nanny to take care of the kids, but in reality, the woman is actually an Italian socialite who is trying to get away from her overprotective father.

Role:
Tom Winters
Starring:
Werner Klemperer, Sophia Loren, Harry Guardino, Martha Hyer, Eduardo Ciannelli
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
25. In Name Only (1939)
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In Name Only
29
7

Alec Walker is stuck in a loveless marriage to Maida, but things take a turn after he falls for a widow Julie Eden. Therefore, he decides to ask his wife for a divorce. However, she tells him that she is not going to give up her privileges so easily.      

Role:
Alec Walker
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Charles Coburn, Kay Francis, Helen Vinson
Directed By:
John Cromwell
26. Mr. Lucky (1943)
31
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Mr. Lucky
31
9
Role:
Joe Adams -posing as Joe Bascopolous
Starring:
Laraine Day, Gladys Cooper, Charles Bickford, Alan Carney
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
27. People Will Talk (1951)
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People Will Talk
59
11

People Will Talk is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a physician named Dr. Noah, who teaches in a medical school. Meanwhile, he has also founded a clinic, which is dedicated to provide holistic and humane treatment to patients. Meanwhile, another professor named Rodney becomes jealous and he decides to teach Dr. Noah a lesson.

Role:
Dr. Noah Praetorius
Starring:
Jeanne Crain, Hume Cronyn, Walter Slezak, Finlay Currie
Directed By:
28. Monkey Business (1952)
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Monkey Business
44
10

Monkey Business is a comedy film which tells the story of a scientist who is able to develop the elixir of life, which can help adults become young once again. Things get hilarious when he and his wife actually drink it.  

Role:
Dr. Barnaby Fulton
Starring:
Marilyn Monroe, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, Hugh Marlowe
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
29. Gunga Din (1939)
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Gunga Din
52
14

Gunga Din is an adventure comedy war film which revolves around three fun-loving British sergeants who are serving in India, during the time of Colonial Rule. One of them is planning to get married, and leave military service. However, their lives take a turn when they encounter the Thuggee cult.

Role:
Cutter
Starring:
Victor McLaglen, Joan Fontaine, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Sam Jaffe
Directed By:
George Stevens
30. The Philadelphia Story (1940)
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The Philadelphia Story
47
7

This 1940 romantic comedy revolves around a socialite named Tracy, who has split from her husband Dexter, due to his drinking and her overly demanding nature. Just before she is about to wed George Kittredge, she crosses path again with Dexter as well as a reporter Macaulay, which makes her confused regarding her feelings for all three men. 

Role:
C. K. Dexter Haven
Starring:
James Stewart, Katharine Hepburn, Ruth Hussey, John Howard
Directed By:
31. Room for One More (1952)
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Room for One More
44
10
Role:
George Rose
Starring:
John Ridgely, Lurene Tuttle, Betsy Drake, Randy Stuart
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
32. None But the Lonely Heart (1944)
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7
None But the Lonely Heart
19
7
Role:
Ernie Mott
Starring:
Jane Wyatt, Ethel Barrymore, Barry Fitzgerald, June Duprez
Directed By:
Clifford Odets
33. Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942)
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7
Once Upon a Honeymoon
18
7
Role:
Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole
Starring:
John Banner, Ginger Rogers, Walter Slezak, Albert Bassermann, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
34. To Catch a Thief (1955)
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To Catch a Thief
46
9

Notorious jewel thief John Robie is now retired, tending his vineyards on the French Riviera. But when a series of thefts begins to take place, emulating his style, he becomes a suspect; leaving him no other option but to catch the new robber in order to clear his name and in the midst of that he also develops romantic relationship with the daughter of a rich widow. 

Role:
John Robie
Starring:
Grace Kelly, Alfred Hitchcock, Jessie Royce Landis, John Williams
Directed By:
35. I'm No Angel (1933)
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I'm No Angel
18
7

Tira is a circus performer who agrees to put her head inside a lion’s mouth, which is a very risky stunt. However, due to this performance, the circus makes it to New York, and Tira is able to pursue rich men, flirt with them and accept various kinds of presents from them. When she eventually meets the man of her dreams and decides to get married, her boss is not pleased to hear the news, and he decides to break off the engagement.

Role:
Jack Clayton
Starring:
Mae West, Hattie McDaniel, Edward Arnold, Gregory Ratoff, Ralf Harolde
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
36. The Eagle and the Hawk (1933)
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8
The Eagle and the Hawk
16
8

During World War 1, the killings take a toll on the mental health of ace pilot Lt. Jerry Young. He goes to London to recuperate. In his absence, his friend Lt. Mike Richards is killed in action and Jerry blames his other friend Henry. When Jerry finally returns to duty, the brutality of war pushes him over the edge. 

Role:
Henry Crocker
Starring:
Fredric March, Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie, Guy Standing
Directed By:
Stuart Walker
37. Only Angels Have Wings (1939)
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Only Angels Have Wings
39
14

A tiny airline is run by rough and tough Geoff Carter. Despite the dangers along many of the routes, the airline cannot afford to miss any flight. In order to deliver the mail in a mountainous South American country, a team of flyers risk it.

Role:
Geoff Carter
Starring:
Rita Hayworth, Jean Arthur, Thomas Mitchell, Richard Barthelmess
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
38. Night and Day (1946)
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7
Night and Day
25
7
Role:
Cole Porter
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Alexis Smith, Monty Woolley, Ginny Simms
Directed By:
39. The Grass Is Greener (1960)
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8
The Grass Is Greener
20
8
Role:
Earl Victor Rhyall
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Deborah Kerr, Moray Watson
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
40. Walk Don't Run (1966)
27
11
Walk Don't Run
27
11
Role:
Sir William Rutland
Starring:
George Takei, Samantha Eggar, John Standing, Jim Hutton, Miiko Taka
Directed By:
Charles Walters
41. Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
7
7
Merrily We Go to Hell
7
7

Romance develops between an heiress and an alcoholic journalist, which despite her father’s objection culminates into marriage. Although he becomes drunk off and on, she does not fail to stand by him and encourages him to write. But when she finds him cheating on her she announces she will also start dating. 

Starring:
Fredric March, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher, Sylvia Sidney, Adrianne Allen
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
42. This Is the Night (1932)
7
6
This Is the Night
7
6

Stephen is shocked to find out that his wife Claire has a lover named Gerald, and they are planning a romantic getaway together. Things get complicated when Stephen falls for Germaine, the woman who has been hired to pretend to be Gerald’s wife.

Role:
Stephen Mathewson
Starring:
Lili Damita, Charles Ruggles, Thelma Todd, Roland Young
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
43. Crisis (1950)
12
7
Crisis
12
7
Role:
Dr. Eugene Norland Ferguson
Starring:
José Ferrer, Ramon Novarro, Paula Raymond, Signe Hasso
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
44. Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
21
9
Every Girl Should Be Married
21
9
Role:
Dr. Madison Brown
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Franchot Tone, Alan Mowbray, Diana Lynn, Betsy Drake
Directed By:
Don Hartman
45. Hot Saturday (1932)
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5
Hot Saturday
6
5

Hot Saturday is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Ruth Brock, a young bank clerk, who attracts several young men in her small town. She eventually agrees to go on a date with Conny, her co-worker, and he takes her  on a boatride alone at night. However, when he makes unwanted advances, she is forced to jump ashore. She walks all the way to the estate belonging to Romer, a rich playboy, who is also interested in her. Romer arranges a ride for her home, but due to misunderstandings, rumor spreads that she is sleeping with Romer.

Role:
Romer Sheffield
Starring:
Randolph Scott, Nancy Carroll, Edward Woods, Lilian Bond
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
46. Blonde Venus (1932)
10
7
Blonde Venus
10
7
Role:
Nick Townsend
Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Sterling Holloway, Hattie McDaniel, Herbert Marshall, Dickie Moore, Gene Morgan
Directed By:
Josef von Sternberg
47. Big Brown Eyes (1936)
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5
Big Brown Eyes
8
5
Role:
Danny Barr
Starring:
Joan Bennett, Walter Pidgeon, Alan Baxter, Lloyd Nolan
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
48. Thirty Day Princess (1934)
12
8
Thirty Day Princess
12
8
Role:
Porter Madison III
Starring:
Edward Arnold, Sylvia Sidney, Henry Stephenson, Vince Barnett
Directed By:
Marion Gering
49. Suzy (1936)
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5
Suzy
9
5

American showgirl Suzanne Trent, looking to bait a wealthy man in London, falls in love with and marries hard-pressed inventor Terry Moore. When he is killed by a German spy, she escapes the scene fearing to be framed for the crime and eventually marries aristocratic French pilot Andre Charville, unaware that her first husband did not die.

Role:
Andre Charville
Starring:
Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone, Lewis Stone, Benita Hume
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice
50. Wings in the Dark (1935)
6
5
Wings in the Dark
6
5
Role:
Ken Gordon
Starring:
Roscoe Karns, Myrna Loy, Dean Jagger, Hobart Cavanaugh
Directed By:
James Flood
51. Devil and the Deep (1932)
8
6
Devil and the Deep
8
6

The Devil and the Deep is a drama film, which tells the story of a British submarine officer who goes crazy after learning that his wife is having an affair. Therefore, he thinks of a way to kill her and her lover. 

Role:
Lt. Jaeckel
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Gary Cooper, Tallulah Bankhead, Paul Porcasi
Directed By:
Marion Gering
52. The Woman Accused (1933)
6
5
The Woman Accused
6
5
Role:
Jeffrey Baxter
Starring:
John Halliday, Louis Calhern, Irving Pichel, Nancy Carroll
Directed By:
Paul Sloane
53. She Done Him Wrong (1933)
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7
She Done Him Wrong
12
7

She Done Him Wrong is a romantic comedy drama musical film which tells the story of Lady Lou, New York singer and nightclub owner who is quite popular among men. However, one of the men in love with her is a dangerous criminal who has just escaped from prison and is on his way to see her. He is unaware of the fact that she hasn’t been faithful.     

Role:
Captain Cummings
Starring:
Mae West, Gilbert Roland, Noah Beery, Owen Moore
Directed By:
Lowell Sherman
54. Wedding Present (1936)
10
6
Wedding Present
PG-13
10
6
Role:
Charlie Mason
Starring:
Joan Bennett, Conrad Nagel, Gene Lockhart, George Bancroft
Directed By:
Richard Wallace
55. The Toast of New York (1937)
8
5
The Toast of New York
8
5

During the Civil War, con-artists Jim Fisk, Nick Boyd and Luke Hawkins earn wealth by smuggling cotton. Later, Fisk and Boyd build a fortune at New York stock market. Both are fascinated with actress Josie Mansfield, who, being grateful to Fisk, hides her attraction for Boyd. Ignoring Boyd’s advice against it, Fisk plots to corner the gold market which ends-up in disaster.

Role:
Nick Boyd
Starring:
Frances Farmer, Jack Oakie, Edward Arnold, Donald Meek
Directed By:
Alexander Hall, Rowland V. Lee
56. Ladies Should Listen (1934)
7
5
Ladies Should Listen
7
5
Role:
Julian De Lussac
Starring:
Edward Everett Horton, George Barbier, Frances Drake, Rosita Moreno
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
57. Alice in Wonderland (1933)
7
5
Alice in Wonderland
7
5
Starring:
W. C. Fields, Sterling Holloway, Gary Cooper, Roscoe Ates, Leon Errol, Richard Arlen
Directed By:
Norman Z. McLeod
58. Born to Be Bad (1934)
6
5
Born to Be Bad
6
5

Born to Be Bad is the story of an unwed mother and her young son. When the son meets with a street accident, the mother tries to raise money first by blackmailing the driver, a wealthy businessman, and then by seducing him. But when she finally succeeds in doing so, engineering a break up in the businessman’s marriage, she has a change of heart.

Role:
Malcolm Trevor
Starring:
Loretta Young, Henry Travers, Marion Burns, Jackie Kelk
Directed By:
Jack Conway, Lowell Sherman
59. When You're in Love (1937)
7
5
When You're in Love
7
5

An Australian opera star needs extra publicity, and in order to enter the U.S in time for an important music festival, she arranges a marriage of convenience with rogue Jimmy. She thinks that marrying the man will be the answer to her problems but there is more for them in store when the two of them fall in love.

Role:
Jimmy Hudson
Starring:
Louise Brooks, Thomas Mitchell, Henry Stephenson, Aline MacMahon, Grace Moore
Directed By:
Robert Riskin, Harry Lachman
60. The Shining Future (1944)
5
5
The Shining Future
5
5
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Charles Ruggles, Olive Blakeney, Jack Carson, Benny Goodman
Directed By:
LeRoy Prinz
61. Once Upon a Time (1944)
8
6
Once Upon a Time
8
6

Jerry Flynn needs US $100K to keep his theatre. A young Arthur ‘Pinky’ Thompson introduces Jerry to Curly, a caterpillar who actually dances to the song “Yes Sir, That's My Baby”. Jerry and Pinky’s bond is tested when Jerry tries to steal and sell Curly behind Pinky’s back. 

Role:
Jerry Flynn
Starring:
Lloyd Bridges, William Demarest, James Gleason, Janet Blair, Ted Donaldson
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
62. The Last Outpost (1935)
7
5
The Last Outpost
7
5
Role:
Michael Andrews
Starring:
Claude Rains, Jameson Thomas, Gertrude Michael, Margaret Swope
Directed By:
Charles Barton, Louis J. Gasnier
63. Madame Butterfly (1932)
7
5
Madame Butterfly
7
5
Role:
Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton
Starring:
Charles Ruggles, Irving Pichel, Sylvia Sidney, Helen Jerome Eddy
Directed By:
Marion Gering
64. Gambling Ship (1933)
6
5
Gambling Ship
6
5
Role:
Ace Corbin
Starring:
Jack La Rue, Roscoe Karns, Glenda Farrell, Benita Hume
Directed By:
Louis J. Gasnier, Max Marcin
65. The Howards of Virginia (1940)
8
5
The Howards of Virginia
8
5

In Williamsburg, Virginia, a young Jane ignores her rich upbringing when she weds a simple estate surveyor Matt Howard. The couple have a contented life but they have different political beliefs. The conservative Jane disapproves of Matt’s democratic ideas; however, he still goes ahead to join the American War of Independence against British.

Role:
Matt Howard
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Martha Scott, Richard Carlson, Cedric Hardwicke, Alan Marshal
Directed By:
Frank Lloyd
66. Sinners in the Sun (1932)
6
5
Sinners in the Sun
6
5

New York fashion model Doris Blake refuses to marry boyfriend Jimmy Martin, a mechanic, for lack of money or ambition. Displeased, both choose their separate ways and try to find happiness with wealthy partners. But soon they realize that money is not everything, as despite the wealth, all that they gained was emptiness. Leaving their rich partners, the two return to each other.

Starring:
Carole Lombard, Alison Skipworth, Walter Byron, Chester Morris
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
67. Kiss and Make-Up (1934)
7
5
Kiss and Make-Up
7
5
Role:
Dr. Maurice Lamar
Starring:
Genevieve Tobin, Edward Everett Horton, Lucien Littlefield, Helen Mack
Directed By:
Harlan Thompson
68. Dream Wife (1953)
7
5
Dream Wife
7
5
Role:
Clemson Reade
Starring:
Deborah Kerr, Walter Pidgeon, Eduard Franz, Betta St. John
Directed By:
69. Enter Madame! (1935)
6
5
Enter Madame!
6
5
Role:
Gerald Fitzgerald
Starring:
Lynne Overman, Elissa Landi, Sharon Lynn, Michelette Burani
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
70. The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss (1936)
10
7
The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss
10
7

Ernest Bliss is a rich young millionaire who is suffering from depression. He sees a doctor who informs him that it is due to his boredom, as he has too much luxury in his life. He also adds that if he tried living on lesser money, his problems might be cured. Ernest feels insulted, and he makes a bet with the doctor that he can survive for a year solely on a working class job, without touching his inherited money, or taking advantage of his position.

Role:
Ernest Bliss
Starring:
Henry Kendall, Mary Brian, Leon M. Lion, Peter Gawthorne
Directed By:
Alfred Zeisler
71. Sylvia Scarlett (1935)
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Sylvia Scarlett
TV-PG
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After an embezzlement charge, widower Henry Scarlett escapes to England. He is accompanied by his daughter Sylvia, who disguises herself as a boy, in order to avoid being detected. They soon get acquainted with a con man named Jimmy Monkley, who decides to partner up with them. All this while, nobody recognizes that Sylvia is not a boy, but things get complicated when she meets Michael Fane, a handsome artist.

Role:
Jimmy Monkley
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Brian Aherne, Edmund Gwenn, Robert Adair
Directed By:
72. Kiss Them for Me (1957)
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Kiss Them for Me
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13
Role:
Cmdr. Andy Crewson
Starring:
Jayne Mansfield, Ray Walston, Werner Klemperer, Leif Erickson, Suzy Parker
Directed By:
Stanley Donen
73. The Pride and the Passion (1957)
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The Pride and the Passion
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15
Role:
Anthony
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Sophia Loren, Theodore Bikel, John Wengraf
Directed By:
Stanley Kramer

Special Appearance/Cameo

Without Reservations (1946)
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Without Reservations
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10
Role:
Cary Grant (uncredited)
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Jack Benny, Raymond Burr, John Wayne, Phil Brown, Don DeFore
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
Pirate Party on Catalina Isle (1935)
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Pirate Party on Catalina Isle
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6

This short comedy musical film revolves around various Hollywood stars performing in a pirate-themed variety show.

Role:
Cary Grant (uncredited)
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Errol Flynn, Lili Damita, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Sterling Young
Directed By:
Gene Burdette
The Road to Victory (1944)
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The Road to Victory
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4

The Road to Victory is a short drama film which takes a look at how Hollywood stars try to increase the sales of war bonds by singing and entertaining the viewers, during the time of the Second World War. 

Role:
Cary Grant (uncredited)
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Olive Blakeney, Jack Carson, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
Directed By:
LeRoy Prinz
Singapore Sue (1932)
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Singapore Sue
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5

Four sailors enter a Singapore bar, to spend some time enjoying together. They soon meet a Chinese girl from Brooklyn, but there is something more to her than what meets the eye.

Role:
First Sailor (uncredited)
Starring:
Millard Mitchell, Anna Chang, Joe Wong, Pickard's Chinese Syncopaters
Directed By:
Casey Robinson