"Sylvia Scarlett" (1935): Katharine Hepburn is Sylvia Scarlett, a woman who disguises herself as a man to evade the law. Cary Grant is jewel smuggler Jimmy Monkley, a competing young grifter. The two find themselves cooperating on a heist...and caught in a web of romantic entanglements. "Gunga Din" (1939): Grant, Victor McLaglen and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. star as cheeky British soldiers armed with battlefield gallantry as they combat a murderous sect in colonial India. Director George Stevens orchestrates teeming battles and boisterous humor from a screenplay by Joel Sayre and Fred Guiol. "Destination Tokyo" (1943): Grant plays the captain of a submarine making its battle-strewn way from San Francisco to the Aleutians and into the enemy's front yard. Delmer Daves (who cowrote with Albert Maltz) directs, while John Garfield leads an array of costars playing boys-next-door gone to war. "Arsenic And Old Lace" (1944): Frank Capra breezily directs this classic farce written by Julius J. and Philip G. Epstein based on the Broadway hit. A frazzled drama critic's two maiden aunts put a secret ingredient in their wine - and the result is howlingly hilarious, with Grant at his comic best.
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