June 15, 2011 § 2 Comments
I still haven’t come across the movie this references, but I love it anyway.
I found this on carygrant.net
In what movie did he say “Judy, Judy, Judy”?
Cary never said “Judy, Judy, Judy” in any of his movies. He came close to it Only Angels Have Wings (1939) with lines such as “Oh Judy” and “Yes, Judy”, but he never said it. He did say “Susan, Susan, Susan” however in Bringing Up Baby (1938). The story of how the phrase “Judy, Judy, Judy” became associate with Cary Grant can be read here .
Wow, a Grant scholar— thanks, Cheryl. I started watching Only Angels Have Wings a few weeks ago, and did notice the heroine was a Judy, but the plot seemed a little contrived (ha! unlike the gritty realism of Arsenic and Old Lace or The Talk of the Town, right?). Perhaps I’ll give it another go. Jean Arthur was fun.
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