Archived from the original on June 14, He found Hitchcock and Kelly to be very professional,  and later stated that Kelly was "possibly the finest actress I've ever worked with". It Ain't No Sin. He questioned "are good looks their own reward, canceling out the right to more"? And that made it all the more appealing, that a handsome young man was funny; that was especially unexpected and good because we think, 'Well, if he's a Beau Brummel, he can't be either funny or intelligent', but he proved otherwise".
Hitchcock admired Grant and considered him to have been the only actor that he had ever loved working with.
Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress. Grant was taken back to the Blackhawk Hotel where he and his wife Barbara had checked in, and a doctor was called and discovered that Grant was having a massive stroke, with a blood pressure reading of over Retrieved March 17, Grant lived with actor Randolph Scott off and on for 12 years, which some claimed was a gay relationship. Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves.
He states that Grant's delivery should "not have worked, but somehow it did", commenting: The proposal garnered enough votes to pass in The Ultimate Man's Survival Guide. He hides in a house with characters played by Jean Arthur and Ronald Colmanand gradually plots to secure his freedom. From toGrant starred in over seventy films. Instances of gay before World War II in cultural contexts that seem to suggest homosexual activity have generally been misconstrued from a later 20th-century perspective to be instances in which gay actually means 'homosexual', even though that meaning in all likelihood was not the intent of those who wrote or spoke the word.