terça-feira, março 29, 2011
«I love to see them [films]. I just don't like to make them.»
Mr. Granger’s youthful good looks gave him matinee-idol potential, and he was linked romantically to some of the biggest names of the day, of both sexes. But his passion for stage acting and his discontent with the studio system kept him from reaching the Hollywood superstardom of some of his contemporaries. Though he had scores of television and film credits and made a half-dozen Broadway appearances, his best-known performances were two of his earliest: as a preppie thrill-killer in Hitchcock’s "Rope" in 1948, and as a tennis player wrongly suspected of murder in "Strangers on a Train" in 1951.
Faleceu ontem, em Nova Iorque, de causas naturais.
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