Cary Grant DVD Giveaway: North by Northwest (Twitter Contest Week of January 12)

Cary Grant “North by Northwest” DVD Giveaway!
Entry Task for this week’s Twitter Contest.

Okay, we’re ready for our next Cary Grant DVD Giveaway on Twitter this month —  in celebration of Cary’s birthday on the 18th!  This week CMH is giving away a copy of the fabulous Hitchcock film “North by Northwest” starring Cary along with Eva Marie Saint and James Mason — the second of our four Cary Grant DVD giveaways this month via Twitter (click here to see what else we’ll be giving away this month)…

In order to qualify to win a copy of  ”North by Northwest” on DVD, you must complete the following task by Saturday, January 17 at 7PM EST (i.e. any time between now and January 17 at 7PM EST). The winner will be selected via random drawing and announced via Twitter on Sunday January 18 around 7PM EST.

Cary Grant North by Northwest

ENTRY TASK (2-parts) to be completed by Saturday, January 17, 7PM EST:

1) Answer the below question via the comment section at the bottom of this blog post 

2) Then TWEET (not DM) the following message:
Just entered to win “North by Northwest” on DVD courtesy of @ClassicMovieHub #CaryGrant #DVDGiveaway

Who is your favorite Cary Grant leading lady and why? 

AND — I am happy to say that Continental United States (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and the territory of Puerto Rico) AND Canadian entrants are eligible to enter. (see contest rules for further information)

BlogHub members ARE also eligible to win if they live within the Continental United States (as noted above) and/or Canada.

If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me on Twitter @classicmoviehub.

And if you can’t wait to win the DVD, you can purchase it on amazon via the below link (click on image):

North by Northwest dvd …..

–Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub


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16 Responses to Cary Grant DVD Giveaway: North by Northwest (Twitter Contest Week of January 12)

  1. My fave. Cary Grant leading lady is definitely Katharine Hepburn. They both were hysterical in “Bringing Up Baby” and “The Philadelphia Story” Loved how they played off each other – had perfect comedic chemistry together.

  2. Chandra Chakravarthi says:

    It’s hard to choose just one leading lady because I think he had great chemistry with just about every actress who starred alongside with him (and if he didn’t, then he did an excellent job pretending). If I had to choose though, I would say Audrey Hepburn. Even though they only did Charade together and there was a significant age difference between them, I thought it was apparent that they enjoyed working with each other. They have a good banter between them in this movie. Audrey Hepburn is one of my favorite actresses because not only was she a film and fashion icon, but also a humanitarian. And she’s one of the few actresses from that era who didn’t really have a scandalous personal life so she was also a classy woman of her time. Cary Grant is also an iconic actor in his own right and he is one of my favorite classic film actors.

  3. Dorothy Winnett says:

    That’s an easy one for me. Irene Dunne. I loved every movie they made. They just clicked, head to head and toe to toe, they just played off each other and made it look so smooth and natural (they were also wonderful in Penny Serenade) a real tear jerker♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡♥♡

  4. Joan O'Malley says:

    Irene Dunne. I love their chemistry in the screwball comedies plus it looked like they were having a ball making them. On the other hand, the ups and downs of their life in Penny Seranade is so believable and almost painful to watch.

  5. Jaden Drew says:

    My favorite leading lady with Cary Grant would have to be Audrey Hepburn because her demeanor is so unique like Cary Grant’s,that when they were together on “Charade” it was so captivating and heart-warming to see them magically connect as two wonderful actors and people! <3

  6. Verena de Neovel says:

    That’s a difficult one. For different styles a different best ‘Dame’
    Screwball Katherine Hepburn, early Hitchcock Ingrid Bergman,
    late Hitchcock Grace Kelly,..
    An often overlooked leading lady is Deborah Kerr.Their 3 movies together might not have been his best, but they had wonderful on-screen chemistry and banter in ‘An Affair to Remember’ and they look natural and believable together ‘In Dream Wife’ or ‘The Grass is Greener’.

  7. bill norris says:

    My favorite Cary Grant leading lady is for sure Katharine Hepburn…. i love that voice and the acting style and her no taking crap attitude too.

  8. Lori @chezsister says:

    I definitely love the chemistry between Grant and Deborah Kerr in An Affair to Remember!

  9. Victoria Rendon says:

    My favorite Cary Grant leading lady is Rosalind Russell in the film His Girl Friday. I love their undeniable chemistry and their brilliant repartee.

  10. Brie says:

    Katherine Hepburn. Brining Up Baby is a serious favorite of mine and always lightens my mood.

  11. Kelly Wells says:

    Grace Kelly. I love the banter between them in To Catch A Thief. It’s one of my favorite movies.

  12. Mike Shayne says:

    Rosalind Russell from His Girl Friday for the mile-a-minute verbal sparring.

  13. Kristin Goodson says:

    Loved Katherine Hepburn in the Philadelphia Story.. she is simply a classic lady! I would also have to say Grace Kelly in An Affair To Remember! That is one of my favorite older movies and I loved them two together in it.

  14. Lora Saname says:

    I LOVED Cary & Mae West together they had visual sparks. I really liked Cary with Ingrid Bergman, Notorious is WONDERFUL!!! Irene Dunne & Cary are fantastic together.

  15. Sara Stewart says:

    I loved him with Katherine Hepburn and the with Myrna Loy in Mr. Blanding’s Builds His Dream house, but I have to say that my favorite is Loretta Young from the Bishop’s Wife. Every time I think of the ice skating scene, I just smile.

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