"Father Goose" (1964) and "Six Days Seven Nights (1998).
FG/6D7N is probably one of my most favorite similarities because aside from CG owning a boat instead of a plane like HF in the film, they’re pretty much the same person with the same lousy disposition. They’re just island bums (or should I say babes? ) who just rather… drink and lay in the sun (or so they say.)
I’d suggest these two films to fans of either to break the ice. They’re both a “romantic comedy” and ones you can enjoy without feeling too sappy — that goes for both men and women, because there’s a mixture of goofy and sarcastic humor as well as there being action.
my like bestest bestie did the crossword today and sent me some pictures from it.
i can feel the harry and cary love so much right now. :3
"Wings in the Dark" (1935) starring Myrna Loy and Cary Grant.
The film tells a story of a pilot (Grant) who falls victim to a freak accident and loses his sight.
"Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" (1983) starring Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher.
The film continues with the story of the previous films as well as with a space-pilot (Ford) who comes out of carbonite and becomes temporarily blind from something called Hibernation Sickness.
Cary Grant as Victor Ryall in "The Grass is Greener" (1960)
Harrison Ford as Linus Larrabee in "Sabrina" (1995)
lookin’ good, fellas
Don’t let anyone tell you that a Harrison Ford film was not influenced by a Cary Grant film.
Has anyone come by any comparisons for these two fine fella? Submit your finds! :)
In 1943, Cary Grant portrayed a character by the name of Captain Cassidy in the film "Destination Tokyo" which told the story of the first air raid over Tokyo by a U.S. submarine sneaking into Tokyo Bay and placing a spy team ashore.
In 2002, Harrison Ford portrayed a character by the name of Captain Alexei Vostrikov in the film “K19: The Widowmaker”, which told the story about when Russia’s first nuclear submarine malfunctioned on its maiden voyage.