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Cary Grant Movie Posters

Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

Cary Grant Movie Posters


Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Cary Grant vintage movie posters from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic performances.

Cary Grant was an English-born American actor, who was one of classic Hollywood's foremost leading men. He is known for his debonair demeanor, transatlantic accent, light-hearted approach to acting, and comic timing.

Grant initially showed up in crime films or dramas such as Blonde Venus (1932) with Marlene Dietrich and She Done Him Wrong (1933) with Mae West, but he later achieved recognition for his performances in romantic and screwball comedies such as The Awful Truth (1937) with Irene Dunne, Bringing Up Baby (1938) with Katharine Hepburn, His Girl Friday (1940), and The Philadelphia Story (1940) with Hepburn and James Stewart. These movies are regularly cited among the greatest comedy films of all time. Other popular films in which he starred during this period were the adventure Gunga Din (1939) and the dark comedy Arsenic and Old Lace (1944). He also started to move into dramas such as Only Angels Have Wings (1939), Penny Serenade (1941) and Clifford Odets' None but the Lonely Heart (1944); he was nominated for the Academy Awards Best Actor twice.

During the 1940s and 1950s, Grant developed a close working relationship with director Alfred Hitchcock, who cast the well-known actor in several of his critically acclaimed films, including Suspicion (1941), Notorious (1946), To Catch a Thief (1955), and North by Northwest (1959). The suspense-dramas Suspicion and Notorious both involved Grant showing a darker, more perplexing nature in his characters. Toward the end of his film career, Grant was admired by critics as a romantic leading man, and he received five nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, which include his roles in Indiscreet (1958) with Ingrid Bergman, That Touch of Mink (1962) with Doris Day, and Charade (1963) with Audrey Hepburn. He is remembered by critics for his unusually broad appeal as a good looking, suave actor who did not take himself too seriously, as well as being able to play with his own dignity in comedies without sacrificing it entirely.

Cary Grant wedded five times, three of them elopements with actresses Virginia Cherrill (1934–1935), Betsy Drake (19491962), and Dyan Cannon (19651968). He retired from film acting in 1966 and continued on in numerous business interests, representing cosmetics firm Fabergé and sitting on the board of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. In 1970, he was bestowed with an Honorary Oscar by his friend Frank Sinatra at the 42nd Academy Awards, and he was awarded at the Kennedy Center Honors in 1981. Five years later he died from a stroke in Davenport, Iowa. In 1999, the American Film Institute entitled him the second greatest male star of Golden Age Hollywood cinema trailing only Humphrey Bogart.

Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original ­­­­Cary Grant movie posters include an Enzo Nistri artwork for the 1959 Hitchcock classic North by Northwest. The Cary Grant poster collection also features an artwork attributed to Ercole Brini.

Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.