'Cary, Cary, Cary!' Tribute time for screen legend Grant, who left us 25 years agoRoundup: Pop Culture & the Arts ... Movies, Documentaries and Museum Exhibits
Interviewer: “Everybody would like to be Cary Grant.”
Cary Grant, in response: “So would I.”
In between, he earned two Best Actor nominations (for “Penny Serenade” in 1941 and “None But the Lonely Heart” in 1944) and five Golden Globe nominations. But he never won a major acting award — until 1970, when Frank Sinatra presented him an Honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement “for his unique mastery of the art of screen acting with the respect and affection of his colleagues.” He also was honored in 1981 by the Kennedy Center for his career achievements....
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