Grace Kelly and Cary Grant filming To Catch A Thief
“In two senses, she didn’t have a bad side - you could film her from any angle, and she was one of the most untemperamental, cooperative people in the business.”
Because Grace commanded so much respect, there was always most total silence when she arrived on set, but she never distanced herself from others, and she was enormously friendly to everyone—no stuffy attitude, no star complex. As for her talents, Grace acted the way Johnny Weissmuller swam or Fred Astaire dance—she made it look easy. And she probably went through life being completely misunderstood, since she usually said exactly what she meant. –Cary Grant
The audience applauds American actress Grace Kelly (1929 - 1982, centre), at the premiere of her latest film, ‘To Catch a Thief’, Hollywood, California, 3rd August 1955. Her co-star, Cary Grant is at centre, left.
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Cary Grant, David Niven and Princess Grace at the Monte Carlo International Circus Festival watching a trapeze act in 1978