If you love Cary Grant then you won’t want to miss TCM this month, he’s the star of the month for December 2014. That means that TCM will be airing 42 movies of his. An actor known for such funny comedies, some Hitchcock movies, and melodramas, Grant could do anything! He was a versatile and charismatic actor that few can copy.
Now every Monday at 8 pm EST, TCM will be airing a block of his movies. Starting on Dec. 1 “This is the Night” will be airing and kicking off the month of Cary Grant movies. “This is the Night” is Grant’s debut film, it was directed by Frank Tuttle. It’s a comedy that also starred Roland Young, Lily Damita, and Charlie Ruggles. The movie was released in 1932.
Other movies to be airing throughout the month of December are “The Toast of New York,” “Gunga Din,” “His Girl Friday,” “Arsenic and Old Lace,” “Father Goose,” North by Northwest,” “Walk, Don’t Run,” “In Name Only,” “Only Angels Have Wings,” “Topper,” “Mr. Lucky,” “Kiss Them For Me,” are just a few to name off that will be airing. There looks like there is a lot of variety there for fans.
Once again this event kicks off on Dec. 1 at 8 pm EST on TCM and will be airing every Monday in December. So that means fans of Cary Grant won’t want to miss this event and it’s also a good way for new fans to get invovled after all TCM is airing 42 movies! Anyway, share what your favorite Cary Grant movies are in the comments!