The Grass Is Greener

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Released 1960

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Director:
Stanley Donen
Released:
1960
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The Grass Is Greener is a romantic comedy starring two legends of the big screen, Cary Grant and Robert Mitchum, as opposing suitors. When a British earl, Victor Rhyall (Cary Grant), finds himself destitute, he opens his mansion to the public as a tourist attraction. A visiting American millionaire, Charles Delacro (Robert Mitchum), finds himself infatuated with the earl's wife, Lady Hilary (Deborah Kerr). When the earl invites Delacro to stay for a visit, a love triangle quickly develops. A classic of American cinema, this 1960 film resulted in two Laurel Award nominations for Jean Simmons as American heiress Hattie Durant - one for Top Female Comedy Performance, and one for Top Female Star. Cary Grant is an icon of filmmaking, the star of countless classics, including His Girl Friday, Notorious, and North by Northwest. Grant was awarded an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement in 1970. Robert Mitchum is possibly best known for his role as Max Cady in the 1962 classic Cape Fear, as well as for his role as the voice of the American Beef Council, with his iconic line, "Beef...it's what's for dinner."moreless
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    Comedy, Drama

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    Classics, Love & Romance