CONTEST: Win a Copy of ‘Cary Grant: A Brilliant Disguise’
If you follow the world of classic film biographies you probably know that acclaimed author Scott Eyman — author of the brilliant John Wayne: The Life and Legend — has a new book on Cary Grant. We’ll be sitting down with Eyman on Ticklish Business soon but we’re also giving away one (1) copy of Eyman’s biography to one lucky winner in celebration of its release.
- Head over to the Ticklish Business Twitter page, retweet our original tweet, and share your favorite Cary Grant movie.
- If you don’t have Twitter, leave your email and your favorite Cary Grant movie in the comments below.
Only one entry is allowed, either via Twitter or the website. Contest open to U.S. residents only. Contest closes November 1st and winners will be contacted through either Twitter DM or email.
Kristen Lopez View All
A freelance film critic whose work fuels the Rotten Tomatoes meter. I've been published on The Hollywood Reporter, Remezcla, and The Daily Beast. I've been featured in the L.A. Times. I currently run two podcasts, Citizen Dame and Ticklish Business.
Penny Serenade such a great story line
Also Room for one more also a great Cary Grant movie
Favorite Comedy: The Awful Truth
Favorite Drama: Notorious
Best Performance: None But the Lonely Heart
Honorable Mention: The Bishop’s Wife
BRINGING UP BABY. firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sat, Oct 24, 2020 at 1:49 PM Ticklish Business wrote:
> Kristen Lopez posted: ” If you follow the world of classic film > biographies you probably know that acclaimed author Scott Eyman — author of > the brilliant John Wayne: The Life and Legend — has a new book on Cary > Grant. We’ll be sitting down with Eyman on Ticklish Business so” >
My favorite Cary Grant Movie is “Arsenic and Old Lace.” I know Cary, himself, did not think he was right for this movie, but I thought he was brilliant! I saw him in a interview once say that he felt that Jimmy Stewart would have been better for that role. I disagree! I know Cary was the classic leading man and many people will pick “An Affair to Remember,” but I’m still going to go with “Arsenic and Old Lace.”
I don’t have Twitter. But my favorite Cary Grant movie is the one that introduced me to classic film and screwball comedy – Bringing Up Baby.