Judy Quine has another explanation: ‘ Cary told me back in 1955 that when he did the Lux Radio Theater, they used his voice introduction for Judy Garland, who was a guest for the following week.
CARY GRANT reveals a personal flaw & actually says “Judy, Judy, Judy”!
It was ahead of such an appearance that Grant suffered a stroke in November of 1986. He died shortly afterward and his ashes were scattered in the Atlantic Ocean. He left the majority of his estate to his daughter , Jennifer, and wife, Barbara Harris. He was worth somewhere between $60 and $80 million.
Goober imitates Cary Grant by saying “Judy, Judy, Judy.” This line is commonly used by people who are imitating Cary. But Cary never used this line in any of his movies. Barney Fife was called “Bernie” 16 times, total. Skippy said Bernie 14 times, Daphne and Sheriff Andy Taylor, once apiece.
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).
Cary Grant became an American citizen on June 26, 1942 and legally changed his name, from Archie Leach to Cary Grant . The same premise applied to Cary Grant in 1942; in order to become an American citizen , he had to relinquish his British citizenship .
American English Кэри Грант / Гражданство Cary Grant, original name Archibald Alexander Leach, (born January 18, 1904, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England—died November 29, 1986, Davenport, Iowa, U.S. ), British-born American film actor whose good looks, debonair style, and flair for romantic comedy made him one of Hollywood’s most popular and enduring stars.
Cary Grant net worth: Cary Grant was an English actor who had a net worth of $60 million at the time of his death in 1986. That’s equal to approximately $130 million after adjusting for inflation. Born in Bristol, England on January 18, 1904, Grant was best known for his accent and exceedingly good looks.
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George Lindsey , the Southern-born character actor who played dim hayseed Goober Pyle , the genial gas station auto mechanic on “The Andy Griffith Show” and “Mayberry R.F.D.,” died early Sunday morning. He was 83.
Goober appeared on 86 episodes of The Andy Griffith Show from 1964 through 1968, one episode each of Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. and The New Andy Griffith Show and then on 54 episodes of Mayberry R.F.D. until its cancellation in 1971.