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Tall, Dark and Cary!

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Tall, Dark and Cary!

Cary Grant was everything you could ever want in a leading man: Tall, dark, handsome, sophisticated, funny and stylish too.  Thanks to the Grandview Heights Public Library you can spend the next three Monday nights with Mr. Grant.

 The Grandview Heights Public Library will screen four of Grant’s most memorable films, directed by such giants as Howard Hawkes, George Cukor, and Alfred Hitchcock. Comedy and suspense never looked so good!

Shown in large-screen digital projection with free popcorn too!

Grandview Heights Public Library

1685 West First Avenue

Columbus, OH 43212

Mondays at 6:30 pm

3/25: His Girl Friday (1940). Screwball comedy about a newspaper editor’s efforts to stop his ex-wife reporter from remarrying. Co-starring Rosalind Russell.

4/1: Suspicion (1941). Alfred Hitchcock thriller about a shy wife and her charming husband’s true character. Grant’s co-star Joan Fontaine won Best Actress.

4/8: Holiday (1938). A self-made man has second thoughts about marrying into a rich family. Co-starring Katharine Hepburn.

Have fun watching Cary Grant at his best and feel free to share your reviews!