Cary Grant 4-Disc Collector's Set

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A rousing chorus of Noël Coward's "Stately Homes of England" is heard as the opening titles of The Grass Is Greener fade into several stock shots of those stately homes. One of these mansions is owned by British earl Victor Rhyall Cary Grant, who opens his home to American tourists in order to make ends meet. One such tourist is wealthy Texan Charles Delacro Robert Mitchum, who sets his sights upon Victor's lovely wife, Hilary Deborah Kerr. In his efforts to win back his wife, Victor presses his former girlfriend...
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A rousing chorus of Noël Coward's "Stately Homes of England" is heard as the opening titles of The Grass Is Greener fade into several stock shots of those stately homes. One of these mansions is owned by British earl Victor Rhyall Cary Grant, who opens his home to American tourists in order to make ends meet. One such tourist is wealthy Texan Charles Delacro Robert Mitchum, who sets his sights upon Victor's lovely wife, Hilary Deborah Kerr. In his efforts to win back his wife, Victor presses his former girlfriend Hattie Durant Jean Simmons into service. The Grass Is Greener was adapted by Hugh and Margaret Williams from their own stage play.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/8/2008
  • UPC: 017153221732
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 7:08:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cary Grant
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Indiscreet
1. Opening Credits [1:29]
2. How Do You Do? [10:25]
3. The Invitation [11:20]
4. Dinner and the Ballet [13:14]
5. Good Morning [2:48]
6. Pillow Talk [3:16]
7. Mr. Philip Adams is a Married Man [1:53]
8. Business or Pleasure? [5:57]
9. New York [7:46]
10. Not the Marrying Kind [8:00]
11. Spring Dance [6:33]
12. Shooting is Too Good For Him [5:49]
13. Doris is Leaving [10:13]
14. Midnight Rendezvous [10:54]
Disc #2 -- Operation Petticoat
1. Opening Credits [2:01]
2. The Sea Tiger [8:10]
3. The Idea Man [4:18]
4. Subject: Toilet Paper [9:18]
5. Scavengers [8:06]
6. Out ot Sea [4:05]
7. Tiger Goes Under [9:00]
8. Women [7:57]
9. Clothes Exchange [5:32]
10. Man's Machinery [10:53]
11. One Shot [5:58]
12. Supplies [5:18]
13. New Year's Dinner [7:18]
14. The Barter System [5:22]
15. A Pink Submarine [3:50]
16. More Guests [6:41]
17. Sink the Pink [12:03]
18. Captain's Journal [4:23]
Disc #3 -- The Grass is Greener
1. Opening Credits [2:11]
2. The Museum [7:02]
3. A Uninvited Guest [7:50]
4. Becoming Friends [3:31]
5. First Kiss [4:54]
6. Victor KNows [9:23]
7. Daydreaming [3:28]
8. London Calling [2:44]
9. A Proposal [10:01]
10. Friendly Advice [5:27]
11. An Invitation to Dinner [3:26]
12. Fishing [4:17]
13. Scrabble [13:33]
14. Dinner Games [9:27]
15. Duel [8:58]
16. The Grass is Greener [6:00]
17. A Kiss Goodbye [1:19]
18. A Home in England [:58]
Disc #4 -- That Touch of Milk
1. That Touch of Milk [2:38]
2. Unemployment Office [1:50]
3. Financial Advisor [2:53]
4. Free Food [2:39]
5. Compensation For Damages [2:00]
6. Enchanted Moment [3:43]
7. Board Meeting [2:59]
8. The Good Luck Charm [2:16]
9. A Night Out [3:08]
10. A Proposition [3:21]
11. Restless Night [4:23]
12. Waiting For a Call [2:33]
13. Civic Pride [2:11]
14. Personal Fashion Show [4:20]
15. Off to Bermuda [3:37]
16. Hotel Suite [2:02]
17. "Everybody Knows" [1:12]
18. Sleeping Arrangements [3:32]
19. Agitated Nerves [3:40]
20. Man-to-Man Talk [2:22]
21. Symbol of Hope [2:54]
22. Professional Help [3:55]
23. Another Offer [2:22]
24. Preparing For Her Guest [2:04]
25. Intoxicated [3:19]
26. Helpless Kitten Analogy [3:28]
27. Working Girl [3:03]
28. Payment For Expenses [3:40]
29. Cooking Up a Plan [3:11]
30. The Other Man [4:40]
31. Hitching a Ride [2:39]
32. Getting the Girl [3:14]
33. Another Rash [2:28]
34. End Credits [:15]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Indiscreet
   Play Movie
   Scene Selections
Disc #2 -- Operation Petticoat
   Play Movie
   Chapter Index
   Legal Page
Disc #3 -- The Grass is Greener
   Play Movie
   Chapter Index
   Legal Page
Disc #4 -- That Touch of Milk
   Play Movie
   Scene Index
   Cast & Crew
      Cary Grant
      Doris Day
      Gig Young
      Audrey Meadows
      Delbert Mann (Director)
      Natte Monaster (Writer)
      Martin Melcher (Producer)
      Stanley Shapiro (Writer/Producer)
      Edward Muhl (Producer)
   Theatrical Trailer
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