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Actor británico nacido en Bristol. De familia de actores, emigró a Hollywood en 1923. Su primera película fué "Esta es la noche" de 1932. Con "No soy ningún ángel" de 1933, se ganó la simpatía del público y empezó a actuar como protagonista. Tuvo dos nominaciones al Oscar, pero solo consiguió un "Oscar Honorífico" por toda su carrera en 1970.

Las películas de Cary Grant (1930-1939)


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3. Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
Character Name: Charlie Baxter 'DeBrion'
Release Date: June 10, 1932
Director: Dorothy Arzner
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Sylvia Sidney,Fredric March, Adrianne Allen, Skeets Gallagher, Florence Britton, Esther Howard, George Irving, Kent Taylor, Charles Colman, Leonard Carey, Milla Davenport, Robert Greig, Rev. Neal Todd, Mildred Boyd
Plot: Charlie Baxter 'DeBrion' is the leading man in a play written by Jerry. Jerry drinks a lot which causes problems, but he gets married to Joan. It doesn't last long and she goes to live with her dad. However, she is preggers and becomes critically ill. Eventually, Jerry is allowed to see her, and promises to lead a better life.
  4. The Devil and the Deep (1932)
Character Name: Lieutenant Jacques
Release Date: August 12, 1932
Director: Marion Gering
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, Gordon Wescott, Paul Porcasi, Juliette Compton, Arthur Hoyt, Dorothy Christy, Henry Kolker
Plot: Sturm is in charge of a submarine, and believes his wife, Pauline, to be having affairs with other men. He drives her out of the house, and she then spends the night on the desert with Semper. The submarine is about to sail, and Pauline rushes on to the ship to warn Semper that her husband will try to kill him. Sturm deliberately causes a collision, which causes the sub to sink. However, Semper rescues everyone, but leaves Sturm to perish with the submarine.
  5. Blonde Venus (1932)
Character Name: Nick Townsend
Release Date: Sept 16, 1932
Director: Josef von Sternberg
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, Dickie Moore, Gene Morgan, Rita LaRoy, Robert Emmet O'Connor, Sidney Toler
Plot: Helen has no money, but a sick husband, Edward. She needs money to pay for his treatment, and has sec with Nick Townsend in order to get it. When Edward finds out where the money has come from, he gets mad. She then turns to full on prostitution, but eventually manages to stop. She meets Nick again, who runites her with her husband and son.
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6. Hot Saturday (1932)
Character Name: Romer Sheffield
Release Date: Oct 28, 1932
Director: William A. Seiter
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Nancy Carroll, Randolph Scott, Edward Woods, Lillian Bond, William Collier Sr., Jane Darwell, Rita La Roy, Rose Coughlan, Oscar Appel, Jessie Arnold, Grady Sutton
Plot: Ruth argues with her lover, Bill, and spends most of a day with another man, Romer. She loses her job due to gossip, and, while she is preparing to marry Bill, she visits Romer. People think the worst, but eventually everything is sorted out.
  7. Madame Butterfly (1932)
Character Name: Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton
Release Date: Dec 10, 1932
Director: Marion Gering
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Sylvia Sidney, Charlie Ruggles, Sandor Kallay, Irving Pichel, Helen Jerome Eddy, Edmund Breese, Judith Vasselli, Louise Carter, Dorothy Libaire, Shiela Terry
Plot: Pinkerton marries Cho-Cho San in Japan, whilst on shore leave. When he leaves, she keeps his japanese home as he left it. He returns three years later, having married again in America, and tells Cho-Cho that their affair is over. She has had a child in his absence, who is sent to her family, before she kills herself.

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8. She Done Him Wrong (1933)
Character Name: Captain Cummings
Release Date: Jan 27, 1933
Director: Lowell Sherman
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Mae West, Gilbert Roland, Noah Beery Sr., Rafaela Ottiano, David Landau, Rochelle Hudson, Owen Moore, Fuzzy Knight, Tammany Young, Dewey Robinson, Grace LaRue, Harry Wallace, James C. Eagle, Robert E. Homans, Tom Kennedy, Arthur Houseman, Wade Boteler, Aggie Herring, Louise Beavers, Lee Kohlmar, Tom McGuire
Plot: Lady Lou owns a saloon, run by Gus. Capt. Cummings (from a local church mission) visits Lou often hoping to save her. She falls for him. Lou kills a nasty criminal, and Cummings turns out to be a police agent, who arrests her.
  9. Woman Accused (1933)
Character Name: Jeffrey Baxter
Release Date: February 17, 1933
Director: Paul Sloane
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Nancy Carroll, John Halliday, Irving Pichel, Louis Calhern, Norma Mitchell, Jack La Rue, Frank Sheridan, John Lodge, William J. Kelly, Harry Holman, Jay Belasco, Gertrude Messinger, Lora Andre, Donald Stuart, Gregory Golubeff, Robert Quirk, Amo Ingraham, Dennis Beaufort, Gaylord Pendleton
Plot: Glenda and Jeffrey's romance, is threatened by the return of Leo (Glenda's Ex). Glenda kills Leo, after threatens to murder Jeffrey. Glenda, Jeffrey and some friends go on a cruise, where Leo's partner (Stephen) tries to get Glenda to confess to the murder. She doesn't.
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10. Eagle and the Hawk, The (1933)
Character Name: Henry Crocker
Release Date: May 19, 1933
Director: Stuart Walker
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Fredric March, Jack Oakie, Carole Lombard, Sir Guy Standing, Forrester Harvey, Kenneth Howell, Layland Hodgson, Virginia Hammond, Crawford kent, Douglas Scott, Robert Manning, Adrienne D'Ambricourt, Jacques Jou-Jerville, Russell Scott, Paul Cremonsi, Yorke Sherwood
Plot: Young and Crocker dislike each other. Young is an example to young recruits sent to the front. Young gets uptight about the senseless death going on about him, and the Major orders him to go on leave. He relaxes a little, but comes back to the front to find that another observer has been killed as the result of Crocker's attempt to get medals. Young commits suicide. Crocker covers up his act, and gets everyone to believe that Young was killed on a mission. He is buried a hero.
  11. Gambling Ship (1933)
Character Name: Ace Corbin
Release Date: June 23, 1933
Director: Loius Gasnier, Max Marcin
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Benita Hume, Roscoe Karns, Glenda Farrell, Jack La Rue, Arthur Vinton, Charles Williams, Edwin Maxwell, Harry Shutan, Frank Moran, Spencer Chartes, Otho Wright, Evelyn Silvie, Kate Campbell, Edward Gargan, Jack Grey, William Welsh, Sid Saylor, Hooper Atchley, Larry Alexander, Louis Natheaux, Gum Chung
Plot: Ace (a gambler) is posing as a businessman, and Eleanor (a moll looking for a sucker) is posing as a socialite. She is the girlfriend of Joe, who owns a gambling ship and has big debts. Joe sells his ship to Ace, who then steals all Manning's (an old enemy) gambling trade. In the end, the ship is taken by Manning's gang, but then they all get washed overboard. The ship crashes on rocks, but Ace and Eleanor make it to shore.
12. I'm No Angel (1933)
Character Name: Jack Clayton
Release Date: October 6, 1933
Director: Wesley Ruggles
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Mae West, Edward Arnold, Rolf Harolds, Russell Hopton, Gertrude Michael, Kent Taylor, Dorothy Peterson, Gregory Ratoff, Gertrude Howard, William Davidson, Nigel deBrulier, Irving pichel, George Bruggeman, Nat Pendleton, Morrie Cohen, Walter Walker
Plot: Tira works in Bill's circus, and lives with Slick (a pickpocket). Tira also has a hotel room, wher she has...erm....visitors. One visitor is knocked out by jealous Slick, who steals his diamond ring. When the man comes to, he gets Slick arrested. Tira needs money, so she agrees to do a dangerous lion act. After the show, Kirk and Jack (socialites) go backstage to see Tira. Kirk has a short romance with Tira, but then it is Jack's turn.
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13. Alice in Wonderland (1933)
Character Name: Mock Turtle
Release Date: December 22, 1933
Director: Norman McLeod
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Charlotte Henry, Richard Arlen, Roscoe Ates, William Austin, Gary Cooper, Jack Duffy, Leon Errol, Louise Fazenda, W.C. Fields, Alec B. Francis, Skeets Gallagher, Lillian Harmer, Raymond Hatton, Sterling Holloway, Edward Everett Horton, Roscoe Karns, Baby LeRoy, Lucien Littlefield, Mae Marsh, Polly Moran, Jack Oackie.
Plot: You're not going to tell me you don't know the story of Alice In Wonderland!!!!! Go and read the book.......available from ALL booksellers!

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14. Thirty Day Princess (1934)
Character Name: Porter Madison III
Release Date: May 18, 1934
Director: Marion Gering
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Sylvia Sidney, Edward Arnold, Henry Stephenson, Vince Barnett, Edgar Norton, Ray Walker, Lucien Littlefield, Robert McWade, George Baxter, Marguerite Namara
Plot: Princess Caterina arrives in the U.S. and gets the mumps. A look-alike substitute, Nancy Lane, is found to take her place with Porter Madison when they go on a sleigh ride. Porter is a big publisher, Nancy a showgirl. They fall in love, but both think the object of their desire is out of their league. They can get married in the end though.....
  15. Born To Be Bad (1934)
Character Name: Malcolm Trevor
Release Date: May 18, 1934
Director: Lowell Sherman
Studio: Twentieth Century
Cast list: Loretta Young, Jackie Kelk, Henry Travers, Russell Hopton, Andrew Tombes, Howard Lang, Harry Green, Marion Burns, Paul Harvey, Charles Coleman, Matt Briggs, Geneva Mitchell
Plot: Letty is engaged in the rapid accumulation of money, and has a wayward son. Fuzzy had taken her in to show her the error of her ways, but it hadn't worked. The boy is hurt by Malcom's truck and the mother attempts to obtain damages. Instead her son is taken away from her and Malcolm and his wife (Alice) look after him. Malcolm has an affair with Letty, induced by her, which she attempts to use against him to get her son back. It doesn't work, so she leaves and goes to work for Fuzzy.
  16. Kiss and Make Up (1934)
Character Name: Dr. Maurice Lamar
Release Date: July 13, 1934
Director: Harlan Thompson
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Helen Mack, Genevieve Tobin, Edward Everett Horton, Lucien Littlefield, Mona Maris, Katherine Williams, Lucille Lund, Rafael Storm, Mme. Bonita, Doris Lloyd, Milton Wallace, Sam Ashe, Helena Phillips, Toby Wing, Henry Armetta, George Andre Beranger, Judith Arlen, Jean Gale, Hazel Hayes, Lee Ann Meredith, Helene Cohan, Jean Carmen, GiGi Parrish, Ann Hovey, Betty Bryson, Jaqueline Wells, Wampus Baby Stars of 1934
Plot: Lamar owns a beuty salon, which is a haven for women who want to be beautiful. His plain secretary, Anne, is in love with him. Lamar makes Eve (the wife of Marcel Caron) into vision of lovelieness, but she is so obsessed with the daily routine to keep herself this way, that he leaves her. She marries Lamar, who soon realises he has just married a load of cosmetics. He then realises his true love has been with him all the time, Anne.
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17. Ladies Should Listen (1934)
Character Name: Julian de Lussac
Release Date: August 10, 1934
Director: Frank Tuttle
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Frances Drake, Edward Everett Horton, Rosita Moreno, George Barlie, Nydia Westman, Charles Ray, Charles Arnt, Rafael Corio, Clara Lou Sheridan, Henrietta Burnside, Joe North
Plot: While in Paris, Julian suddenly finds he has three women (Susie, Anna and Marguerite), and two men out to get him (Paul and Ramon) It all ends happily with Anna and Julian ending up together.

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18. Enter Madame (1935)
Character Name: Gerald Fitzgerald
Release Date: January 4, 1935
Director: Elliott Nugent
Studio: Paramount Publix
Cast list: Elissa Landi, Lynne Overman, Sharon Lynne, Michelette Burani, Paul Forcasi, Adrian Rosley, Cecellis Parker, Frank Albertson, Wilfred Hari, Torben Meyer, Harold Berquist, Diana Lewis, Richard Bonellu
Plot: Gerald falls in love with tempremental Oprera star, Lisa. Married life turns out not to be so glorious, so Gerald returns to the States while his wife is on tour in Europe. Lisa learns of Geralds intentions to divorce her, and returns to the States too. She wins him back from his new love, Flora.
  19. Wings in the Dark (1935)
Character Name: Ken Gordon
Release Date: February 1, 1935
Director: James Flood
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Cast list: Myrna Loy, Roscoe Karns, Hobart Cavanaugh, Dean Jagger, Bert Hanlon, James Burtis, Russell Hopton, Samuel S. Hinds, Arnold Korff, Matt McHugh, Graham McNamee, Alfred Delcambre
Plot: Ken is a flier trying to perfect instruments for safe flying in the dark or fog. As his devices near completion, he is blinded in a gas explosion. Sheila, a writer/flier is in love with him, but the feeling is not mutual. Ken goes to live in the country with his mechanic and dog for company. He tries to be a writer but never knows the cheques he cashes are from Sheila. Sheila attempts a dangerous flight from Moscow to New York. When she gets into trouble, Ken realises he loves her. He and his dog go up in the fog, and lead her to safety by means of the instruments he perfected.
  20. The Last Outpost (1935)
Character Name: Michael Andrews
Release Date: October 11, 1935
Director: E. Lloyd Sheldon
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Cast list: Claude Rains, Gertrude Michael, Kathleen Burke, Colin Tapley, Akim Tamiroff, Billy Bevan, Georges Renevant, Margaret Swope, Jameson Thomas, Nick Shaid, Harry Semels, Meyer Ouhayoun, Frazier Acosta, Malay Clu, Elspeth Dudgeon, Beulah McDonald, Robert Adair, William Brown, Claude King, Olaf Hytten, Frank Elliott, Frant Dawson
Plot: Michael Andrews, a British Officer, is captured by the Kurds. John Stevenson, a Lawrence of Arabia charcter, frees him. They move an Armenian Tribe across the desert to safety. The scene shifts to a hospital in Egypt where ANdrews is recuperating after a scuffle with Stevenson. He gets interested in Nurse Rosemary, who turns out to be Stevenson's wife, who hasn't seen him since their wedding day. Stevenson comes to Cairo and finds out about Andrews and his wife. He follows Andrews, who has to mop up some enemy tribes. All but Andrews and Stevenson are killed in a battle. They set off to cross the desert to safety, but Stevenson is mortally wounded by pursuing tribesmen. He dies after commending the welfare of his wife to Andrews.

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21. Sylvia Scarlett (1936)
Character Name: Jimmy Monkley
Release Date: January 3, 1936
Director: George Cukor
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Katharine Hepburn, Brian Aherne, Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Paley, Dennie Moore, Lennox Pawle
Plot: Henry Scarlett is forced to flee France and takes his daughter, Sylvia with him. She is disguised as a man. They meet Monkley, a cockney bloke, and swindle some people in London. Sylvia falls for an artist and abandons her disguise, but he refuses to take her seriously. Her rival runs away, and leaves the way clear for Sylvia's romance.
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22. Big Brown Eyes (1936)
Character Name: Danny Barr
Release Date: April 3, 1936
Director: Raoul Walsh
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Cast list: Joan, Bennett, Walter Pidgeon, Lloyd Nolan, Alan Baxter, Marjorie Gateson, Isabel Jewell, Douglas Fowley, henry Kleinbach, Joseph Sawyer, Dolores Casey, Doris Canfield, Edwin Maxwell, Helen Brown, Sam Flint, Joe Picorri, Charlie Wilson, Charles Martin, Frances McDonald, Eddie Conrad, Ed Jones
Plot: Eve is in love with detective Danny Barr. And whilst he is keen on her too, she keeps him in his proper place. When Danny investigates a gem theft, Eve is sure his interest in Mrs Cole is not all in the line of duty. Eve loses her job, but gets a new one as a reporter. A child murder takes place, and Eve tricks Benny into confessing that Russ Cortig is the killer. Eve gets fired, and Danny quits the force. Danny witnesses the murder of Cortig, by the gang boss, and the murderers grab him. Eve tips off the police and Danny makes an escape. All the theives/murderers are caught. Did you get all that???
  23. Suzy (1936)
Character Name: Andre
Release Date: July 24, 1936
Director: George Fitzmaurice
Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Cast list: Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone, Lewis Stone, Benita Hume, Reginald Mason, Inez Courtney, Geta Mayer, David Clyde, Christian Rub, George Spelvin, Una O'Conner, Charles Judels, Theodore Von Eltz, Stanley Morner
Plot: Suzy marries Terry, an Irish inventor. She thinks he's been killed by a spy, and goes to Paris. There she marries Andre (a famous French flyer). Terry is not dead, and comes to Paris to work for Andre. Andre is then killed by the spy, Mme Eyrelle, why Terry is flying. When Terry lands the plane, he and Suzy put Terry's body in the plane so that people will think he was killed in combat. It works, and Suzy and Terry begin a new life together.
  24. Wedding Present (1936)
Character Name: Charlie
Release Date: October 9, 1936
Director: Richard Wallace
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Cast list: Joan Bennett, George Bancroft, Conrad Nagel, Gene Lockhart, William Demarest, Inez Courtney, Edward Brophy, Purnell Pratt, Douglas Wood, George Meeker, Lois Wilson, John Henry Allen, George Offerman, Jr., Damon Ford, Heine Conklin, Billy Engel, Ray Hanson, Jack Mulhall, Cy Ring, Charles Williams, Marshall Ruth, Eddie Phillips, Allen Fox
Plot: Charlie is a funloving scatterbrain who is suddenly thrust into a responsible editorial position at the paper where he works. He carries things to far, and causes his girlfriend, Rusty, to announce her engagement to Dodacker. He is not so much bothered about losing her as he is about what wedding present to give. He sends everything he can think of, and on the wedding day, drives up in an ambulance and kidnaps the bride!
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25. The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss (1936)

aka Romance and Riches
aka Amazing Adventure

Character Name: Ernest Bliss
Release Date: U.K. 1936, U.S. March 6 1937
Director: Alfred Zeisler
Studio: Garrett Klement Pictures
Cast list: Mary Brian, Peter Gawthorne, Henry Kendall, Leon M. Lion, John Turnbull, Arthur Hardy, Iris Ashley, Garry Marsh, Andrea Malandrinos, Alfred Wellesley, Marie Wright, Buena Bent, Charles Farrell, Hal Gordon, Quinton MacPherson
Plot: Ernest Bliss has inherited £2,000,000 and bets £50,000 that he can earn his own living for a year without using any of his fortune for himself. He has various jobs and looks set to win the wager. However, he breaks the terms a few days before he would win, when he finds that his sweetheart (who he met in his first job) is going to marry her employer in order to provide a home for her sick sister.

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26. When You're in Love (1937)
aka For You Alone
Character Name: Jimmy Hudson
Release Date: Feb 27, 1937
Director: Robert Riskin
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Grace Moore, Aline MacMahon, Henry Stephenson, Thomas Mitchell, Catherine Doucet, Gerald Oliver Smith, Luis Alberni, Emma Dunn, George Pearce, Frank Puglia
Plot: Unable to get a visa to enter the U.S. opera star Louise pays Jimmy to marry her. The arrangement is that they will have a quick divorce. After the ceremony, the couple go their separate ways. Later on, they fall in love for real.
  27. Topper (1937)
Character Name: George Kerby
Release Date: July 16, 1937
Director: Norman Z. McLeod
Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Cast list: Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Billie Burke, Alan Mowbrayy, Eugene Pallette, Arthur Lake, Hedda Hopper, Virginia Sale, Theodore Von Eltz, J. Farrell McDonald, Elaine Shepard, "Three Hits and a Miss"
Plot: Topper is a hen-pecked banker. Marion and George (Toppers principle stockholder), get killed in a car accident. Before they can rest in peace they must perform a good deed - stop Topper from being so damn domesticated.
  28. The Toast of New York (1937)
Character Name: Nick Boyd
Release Date: July 30, 1937
Director: Rowland V. Lee
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Edward Arnold, Frances Farmer, Jack Oakie, Donald Meek, Thelma Leeds, Clarence Kolb, Billy Gilbert, George Irving, Frank M. Thomas, Russell Hicks, Oscar Apfel, Lionel Belmore, Robert McClung, Robert Ducley, Dewey Robinson Stanley Fields, Gavin Gordon, Joyce Compton, Virginia Carroll
Plot: This is the story of Jim Fisk. He drops his medicine show ath the beginning of the American Civil War, to prosper at cotton smuggling, and play the stock market. Attacked by the press for feeding on small investors, Fisk enters upon a financial struggle with Cornelius Vanderbilt. He loses, and his odd career is cut short by mob violence.

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29. The Awful Truth (1937)
Character Name: Jerry Warriner
Release Date: October 21, 1937
Director: Leo McCarey
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Cast list: Irene Dunne, Ralph Bellamy, Alexander D'Arcy, Cecil Cunningham, Marguerite Churchill, Esther Dale, Joyce Compton, Robert Allen, Robert Warwick, Mary Forbes, Claud Allister, Zita Moulton
Plot: Jerry and Lucy Warriner get a divorce, because they both believe the other to be having an affair. They fight for custody of Mr. Smith (the dog!), and Lucy wins. Jerry gets visiting rights. They both get new partners, but in the end they discover the awful truth - they cannot live apart.

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30. La fiera de mi niña (1938)
Personaje: David Huxley
Director: Howard Hawks
Estudio: RKO Radio
Reparto: Katharine Hepburn, Charles Ruggles, Walter Catlett, Barry Fitzgerald, May Robson, Fritz Feld, Leona Roberts, George Irving, Tala Birrell, Virginia Walker, John Kelly
Argumento: El Doctor Huxley, un cientifico dedicado por entero a la arquelogía, espera impaciente el momento de su boda, que ha de celebrarse al día siguiente, y la concesión de una ayuda de un millón de dolares para su museo arqueológico.
31. Holiday (1938)
aka Free To Live
aka Unconventional Linda
Character Name: Johnny Case
Release Date: June 15, 1938
Director: George Cukor
Studio: Columbia Picture
Cast list: Katharine Hepburn, Doris Nolan, Lew Ayres, Edward Everett Horton, Henry Kolker,Binnie Barnes, Jean Dixon, Henry Daniell
Plot: Johnny takes time out from work to see the world around him. He gets engaged to Julia, who tries to make him conform. Her sister, Linda falls in love with Johnny, but hides her feelings. After several family arguements, Julia and Johnny realise they should not get married. Linda and Johnny get it together...

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32. Gunga Din (1939)
Character Name: Archibald Cutter
Release Date: February 17, 1939
Director: George Stevens
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Victor McLaglen, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Sam Jaffe, Eduardo Cianelli, Joan Fontaine, Montague Love, Robert Coote, Abner Biberman, Lumsden Hare
Plot: Three British seargents, Cutter, MacChesney and Ballantine are sent to determine what happened when everyone at an outstation in India is killed by natives. Later, they discover a temple, where are large number of natives are planning to destroy the British troops in the area. The three seargents and their water carrier, Gunga Din, are taken prisoner and tortured. The british troops approach, but do not know that they are marching into a trap. Gunga Din, though badly wounded, blows a bugle-call to warn them, and then dies. The seargents are rescued, and Gunga Din is given full honours.
33. Solo los ángeles tienen alas (1939)
Personaje: Jeff Carter
Director: Howard Hawks
Estudio: Columbia
Reparto: Jean Arthur, Richard Barthelmess, Rita Hayworth, Thomas Mitchell, Sig Ruman, Victor Kilian, John Carrol, Allyn Joslyn, Donald Barry, Noah Beery, Jr., Melissa Sierra, Lucio Villegas, Forbes Murray, Maciste, Pat Flaherty, Pedro Regas, Pat West.
Argumento: En Barranca, un pequeño puerto sudamericano, Jeff y su socio "El Holandés", dueño del hotel, taberna y almacen del pueblecito, mantienen una modesta linea aerea. Una noche, el barco que conduce a Bonnie a los EEUU, hace una breve escala en Barranca. Bonnie es corista y conoce a Jeff en mal momento.
  34. In Name Only (1939)
Character Name: Alec Walker
Release Date: August 18, 1939
Director: John Cromwell
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Carole Lombard, Kay Francis, Charles Coburn, Helen Vinson, Katherine Alexander, Jonathan Hale, Maurice Moscovich, Nella Walker, Peggy Ann Garner, Spencer Charters.
Plot: Maida marries Alec for his money. Alec falls in love with Julie. He asks Maida for a divorce but she says no. Maida schemes to save the marriage in order to hold onto the family money. Alec falls ill with Pneumonia, and Julie is the one who pulls him through it. Maida realises she has lost the battle.

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35. His Girl Friday (1940)
Character Name: Walter Burns
Release Date: January 18, 1940
Director: Howard Hawks
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy, Gene Lockhart, Porter Hall, Ernest Truex, Cliff Edwards, Clarence Kolb, Roscoe Karns, Frank Jenks, Regis Toomey, Abner Biberman, Frant Orth, John Qualen, Helen Mack, Alma Kruger, Billy Gilbert, Pat West, Edwin Maxwell
Plot: Hildy Johnson, who has recently divorced Walter Burns, announces she is leaving his newspaper to remarry, and settle down to a peaceful life. She agrees to cover one more story before leaving, but this story proves that she is made to be a reporter.
36. My Favorite Wife (1940)
Character Name: Nick Arden
Release Date: May 17, 1940
Director: Garson Kanin
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Irene Dunne, Randolph Scott, Gail Patrick, Ann Schoemaker, Scotty Beckett, Mary Lou Harrington, Donald MacBride, Hugh O'Connell, Granville Bates, Pedro de Cordoba
Plot: Nick marries Bianca, but a short time later Ellen, (his first wife) turns up after having been stranded on a desert island for seven years.......

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37. Howards of Virginia, The (1940)
Character Name: Matt Howard
Release Date: September 19, 1940
Director: Frank Lloyd
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Martha Scott, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Alan Marshal, Richard Carlson, Paul Kelly, Irving Bacon, Elizabeth Risdon, Ann Revere, Richard Alden, Phil taylor, Rita Quigley, Libby Taylor, Richard Gaines, George Houston
Plot: Matt Howard, who is friens with Thomas Jefferson, goes to work for Fleetwood Peyton. Matt falls in love with Jane Peyton. Matt and Jane marry and return to the Howard's home district. Then, encouraged by Jefferson, Matt enters politics. Then war breaks out....

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38. Philadelphia Story, The (1941)

Character Name: C. K. Dexter Haven
Release Date: January 17, 1941
Director: George Cukor
Studio: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Cast list: Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, Ruth Hussey, John Howard, Roland Young, John Halliday, Mary Nash, Virginia Weidler, Henry Daniell, Lionel Pape
Plot: Tracy Lord throws out her husband C.K. Dexter Haven soon after they get married. Dexter arrives at Tracy's home the day before the wedding with a writer (Mike Connor) and photographer (Liz Imbrie) from "Spy" magazine. He is determined to spoil the wedding.
39. Penny Serenade (1941)
Character Name: Roger Adams
Release Date: April 24, 1941
Director: George Stevens
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Irene Dunne, Beulah Bondi, Edgar Buchanan, Ann Doran, Eva Tee Kuneye, Leonard Wiley, Wallis Clark, Walter SOderling, Baby Biffle
Plot: In Japan, an earthquake causes the death of Roger and Julie's unborn child. Back in America, they adopt a baby despite the family's precarious financila condition. They raise their daughter until the age of 6, when she dies suddenly. Grief almost separates Roger and Julie, but they are brought together agin when they are offered another chance to adopt!
40. Sospecha (1941)
Personaje: Johnie Aysgarth
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Estudio: RKO Radio
Reparto: Joan Fontaine, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Nigel Bruce, Dame May Whitty, Isabel Jeans, Heather Angel, Auriol Lee, Reginald Sheffield, Leo G. Carroll
Argumento: Johnnie se sincera por primera vez en su vida cuando se enamora de Lina. Cuando Beaky, un amigo, muere de repente, Lina sospecha que Johnnie es un asesino y que ella será la próxima víctima.

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41. Talk of the Town, The (1942)
Character Name: Leopold Dilg
Release Date: August 20, 1942
Director: George Stevens
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Jean Arthur, Ronald Colman, Edgar Buchanan, Glenda Farrell, Charles Dingle, Emma Dunn, Rex Ingram, Leonid Kinskey, Tom Tyler, Don Beddoe, George Watts, Clyde Fillmore, Frank M. Thomas, Lloyd Bridges, with lots and lots of others...
Plot: Leopold Dilg is wanted for murder and arson, and persuades the prettiest girl in town, Nora, to hide him in a house which she has rented to a law school dean (Michael) for the summer. Michael becomes Dilg's defence lawyer, and they both try to win Nora's heart.

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42. Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942)
Character Name: Pat O'Toole
Release Date: November 27, 1942
Director: Leo McCarey
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Ginger Rogers, Wlater Slezak, Albert Dekker, Albert Bassermann, Ferike Boros, Harry Shannon, Natasha Lytess, John Banner, with lots, lots more.
Plot: Pat is a radio correspondant, covering Europe in 1938. when he meets Kate. She is married to Baron Von Luber, and Austrian who is a Nazi secret agent. Pat falls in love with Kate, whilst trying to expose the Baron as an agent.

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43. Mr. Lucky (1943)
Character Name: Joe Adams
Release Date: 1943
Director: H.C. Potter
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Laraine Day, Charles Bickford, Gladys Cooper, Alan Carney, Henry Stephenson, Paul Stewart, Kay Johnson, Vladimir Sokoloff, Walter Kingsford, Erford Gage, J.M. Kerrigan, Edward Fielding, John Bleifer, Juan Varro, Don Brodie and many more
Plot: Joe is owner of a big gambling ship, the Fortuna. In order escape the draft and continue his profession, he takes on the identity of a dead man. There the trouble starts.

1944

44. Destination Tokyo (1944)
Character Name: Captain Cassidy
Release Date: January 1, 1944
Director: Delmar Davies
Studio: Warner Brothers
Cast list: John Garfield, Alan Hale, John Ridgely, Dane Clark, Warner Anderson, William Prince, Robert Hutton, Peter Whitney, Tom Tully, Faye Emerson, Warren Douglas, John Forsythe, John Alvin, Bill Kennedy, William Challee, Whit Bissell, John Whitney, George Lloyd, Maurice Murphy
Plot: A story about a submarine whose destination is.....Tokyo. Everything that could happen to the Copperfin does happen. However, captained by Cassidy, the submarine isn't destroyed at the end.
  45. Once Upon a Time (1944)
Character Name: Jerry Flynn
Release Date: May 11, 1944
Director: Alexander Hall
Studio: Columbia
Cast list: Janet Blair, James Gleason, Ted Donaldson, Howard Freeman, William Demarest, Art Baker, Paul Stanton, Micky McGuire
Plot: The story of one boy, his pet caterpillar and man who wants to make them famous.
46. None But the Lonely Heart (1944)
Character Name: Ernie Mott
Release Date: September 22, 1944
Director: Clifford Odets
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Ethel Barrymore, Jane Wyatt, June Duprez, Barry Fitzgerald, George Coulouris, Roan Bohnen, Konstantin Shayne, Dan Duryea, Rosalind Ivan, Diedre Vale, Eva Leonard Boyne, Queenie Vasser, Katherine Allen, Joseph Vitale, Morton Lowry, William Challee, Skelton Knagg, Virginia Farmer, Art Smith, Milton Wallace, Helen Thimig, Renie Riano, Macel Dill
Plot: Ernie joins a gang of theives, because he is bitter about the loss of his father, and the struggle his mother has had operating a second-hand store. He is nearly caught, and returns home to find his mother has become a "Fence", in order to get rich quick because she is dying of cancer.
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47. Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)
Character Name: Mortimer Brewster
Release Date: September 23, 1944
Director: Frank Capra
Studio: Warner Bros.
Cast list: Raymond Massey, Priscilla Lane, Josephine Hull, Jean Adair, Jack carson, Edward Everett Horton, Peter Lorre, james Gleason, John Alexander, Grant Mitchell, Edward McNamara, Garry Owen, John Ridgely, Vaughan Glaser, Chester Clute, Charles Lane, Edward McWade, Leo White, Spencer Charters, Hank Mann, Lee Phelps
Plot: Mortimer, a drama critic, has just got married and is about to go away on his honeymoon, when he discovers insanity runs in his faily. His sweet maiden aunts poison lonely old men and have 13 corpses buried in the cellar.....

1946

48. Night and Day (1946)
Character Name: Cole Porter
Release Date: July 2, 1946
Director: Michael Curtiz
Studio: Warner Bros.
Cast list: Alexis Smith, Monty Woolley, Ginny Simms, Jane Wyman, Eve Arden, Victor Francen, Alan Hale, Dorothy Malone, Tom Andrea, Selena Royle, Donald Woods, Henry Stephenson, Paul Cavanagh, Sig Ruman, Carlos Ramirez, Malida Mldova, George Zortich, Adam and Jayne DiGatano, Clarence Muse, John Alvin, George Riley, Howard Freeman, Bobby Watson, John Pearson, Herman Bing, Mary Martin
Plot: The story of Cole Porters career
49. Encadenados (1946)
Personaje: T.R. Devlin
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Estudio: RKO Radio
Reparto: Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Louis Calhern , Madame Konstantin, Reinhold Schunzel, Moroni Olsen, Ivan Triesault, Alex Minotis, Wally Brown, Gavin Gordon, Sir Charles Mendl, Ricardo Costa, Eberhard Krumschmidt, Fay Baker
Argumento: Following World War 2, a Nazi agent is convicted of treason and US intelligence agents realise that his innocent daughter, Alicia can help trap another Nazi mastermind now living in Brazil. Alicia, who is persuaded to cooperate by Agent Devlin goes to Rio where she cultivates the frienship of the Nazi - Alexander Sebastian.

1947

50. Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, The (1947)
aka Bachelor Knight (1947)
Character Name: Richard (Dick) Nugent
Release Date: September 1, 1947
Director: Irving Reis
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Myrna Loy, Shirley Temple, Rudy Vallee, ray Collins, Harry Davenport, Johnny Sands, Don Beddoe, Lillian Randolph, Veda Ann Borg, Dan Tobin, Ransom Sherman, William Bakewell, Irving Bacon, Ian Bernard, Carol Hughs, William Hall, Gregory Gay
Plot: Dick finds himself squiring a love-sick teenager, Susan, in order to avoid a tougher sentence. He finds himself doing things that really don't suit his age. Eventually, he gets together with her elder sister, Margaret.
51. Bishop's Wife, The (1947)
Character Name: Dudley
Release Date: November 13, 1947
Director: Henry Koster
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Loretta Young, David Niven, Monty Woolley, James Gleason, Gladys Cooper, Elsa Lanchester, Sarah Haden, Karolyn Grimes, Tito Vuolo, Regis Toomey, Sara Edwards, Margaret McWade, Ann O'Neal, Ben Erway, Erville Alderson, Bobby Anderson, Teddy Infuhr, Eugene Borden, Almira Sessions, Claire DuBrey, Florence Auer, Margaret Wells, Kitty O'Neill
Plot: Dudley is an angel who comes to help a bishop, inswer to the bishops prayer for help in getting funds for his new cathedral. The bishop is beginning to lose faith and believes his marriage is failing. Dudley restores his faith, brings happiness back to the marriage, but the new church remains unbuilt.

1948

52. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948)
Character Name: Jim Blandings
Release Date: March 25, 1948
Director: H.C. Potter
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas, Reginald Denny, Sharyn Moffett, Connie Marshall, Louise Beavers, Ian Wolfe, Harry Shannon, Tito Vuolo, Nesto Paiva, Jason Robards, Lurene Tuttle, Lex Barker, Emory Parnell
Plot: The Blanding's are looking for their dream house. they end up buying a 170 yeard old house for 5 times more than it is worth. The trouble starts when the house shows its age and has to be torn down...
53. Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
Character Name: Dr. Madison Brown
Release Date: December 25, 1948
Director: Don Hartman
Studio: RKO Radio
Cast list: Franchot Tone, Diana Lynn, Betsy Drake, Alan Mowbray, Elizabeth Risdon, Richard Gaines, Harry Hayden, Chick Chandler, Leon Belasco, Fred Essler, Anna Q. Nilsson
Plot: Anabel, a saleswoman, sees Dr. Brown and decides he is for her. She investigates thoroughly until she knows every detail about him. Dr Brown knows all about it and resists until it is too late.

1949

54. I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
aka You Can't Sleep Here
Character Name: Captain Henri Rochard
Release Date: September 2, 1949
Director: Howard Hawks
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Cast list: Ann Sheridan, William Neff, Eugene Gericke, Marion Marshall, Randy Stewart, Ruben Wendorf, Lester Sharpe, Ken Tobey, Robert Stevenson, Alfred Linder, David McMahon, Joe Haworth, John Whitney, William Self, John Zilly, Bill Murhy
Plot: Henri is a French captain and Catherine his assistant, an American WAC. They fall in love and get married. Catherine wants to return to America, but Henri will only be permitted immediate entry to the states if he becomesa "war bride". Then the fun starts!