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  • Description

    A box set containing four of Cary Grant's best-loved films. Contains: In Bringing Up Baby (1938) Grant plays Dr. David Huxley, a paleontologist who is serious about his work. Whilst waiting for a the bone he needs to complete his brontosaurus skeleton, David also has to have a meeting with a very wealthy potential donor. On top of this, he is also putting the finishing touches to his upcoming marriage. The last thing he needs is the arrival of Susan (Katherine Hepburn), a strong-willed and beautiful woman who seems to cause trouble wherever she goes.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Mae West, Marlene Dietrich
    Director:
    Stanley Donen, Lowell Sherman
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    9
    Main Language:
    English
    Dubbing Languages:

    Blonde Venus, She Done Him Wrong, That Touch of Mink, I'm No Angel, The Grass is Greener, Indiscreet, The Last Outpost & Operation Petticoat: NONE

    Charade: French, German, Italian, Spanish

    Subtitle Languages:

    Blonde Venus: English SDH, French, German, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian,
    Norwegian, Polish, Swedish

    She Done Him Wrong: English SDH

    Charade: English SDH, French, German, Italian, Spanish

    That Touch of Mink: English SDH

    I’m No Angel: English SDH

    The Grass Is Greener: English SDH

    Indiscreet: None

    The Last Outpost: English SDH

    Operation Petticoat: None

    Run Time:
    845 mins approx.
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2017

Cary Grant - Collection

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  • Description

    A box set containing four of Cary Grant's best-loved films. Contains: In Bringing Up Baby (1938) Grant plays Dr. David Huxley, a paleontologist who is serious about his work. Whilst waiting for a the bone he needs to complete his brontosaurus skeleton, David also has to have a meeting with a very wealthy potential donor. On top of this, he is also putting the finishing touches to his upcoming marriage. The last thing he needs is the arrival of Susan (Katherine Hepburn), a strong-willed and beautiful woman who seems to cause trouble wherever she goes.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Mae West, Marlene Dietrich
    Director:
    Stanley Donen, Lowell Sherman
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    9
    Main Language:
    English
    Dubbing Languages:

    Blonde Venus, She Done Him Wrong, That Touch of Mink, I'm No Angel, The Grass is Greener, Indiscreet, The Last Outpost & Operation Petticoat: NONE

    Charade: French, German, Italian, Spanish

    Subtitle Languages:

    Blonde Venus: English SDH, French, German, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian,
    Norwegian, Polish, Swedish

    She Done Him Wrong: English SDH

    Charade: English SDH, French, German, Italian, Spanish

    That Touch of Mink: English SDH

    I’m No Angel: English SDH

    The Grass Is Greener: English SDH

    Indiscreet: None

    The Last Outpost: English SDH

    Operation Petticoat: None

    Run Time:
    845 mins approx.
    studio:
    Universal Pictures
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2017
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