The African Queen (1951) – John Huston

The thing I am truly loving about DK Canada’s The Movie Book is that as I work my way through the titles and recommendations, I get to revisit films that I may have seen before, but never had a chance to cover for the blog. And that gives me a great opportunity to catch up…

The Philadelphia Story (1940) – George Cukor

Cary Grant makes another welcome appearance in the Great Movies – 100 Years of Film book, this time in the recommendations for his film Bringing Up Baby, alongside Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart, who won an Oscar for Actor in a Leading Role for his performance. Katherine Hepburn is wealthy socialite Tracy Lord, and ex-wife…

Bringing Up Baby (1938) – Howard Hawks

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn pair up in this hilarious comedy, the next title featured in Great Movies – 100 Years of Film. Filled with Howard Hawk’s signature rapid-fire, overlapping dialogue, there are witty remarks, cross-dressing, a goofy love story, a leopard names Baby, and a missing Brontosaurus bone. Grant is one of my favorite…