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What's Grace Kelly's most famous film?

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Well, I think I can narrow that down for you to five possibilities...

High Society.
To Catch a Thief.
Dial M For Murder.
Rear Window. (This may well be Hitchcock's best.)
High Noon. (One of the greatest westerns ever made.)

This list is according to Dan MacIntosh of Break Studios, website:
www.mademan.com/mm/5-best-grace-kelly-movies.html

My personal choice is HIGH NOON, but of course the great Gary Cooper truly is incomparable in that one...Kelly his beautiful Quaker ladylove. Also I would never really argue with SavoryDave choice above of REAR WINDOW.

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I'd have nominated High Society (the movie that gave us the tomahto/tomayto song) but the others were great too.

I actually bought a copy of High Noon recently when I found it on a discount shelf for $5.
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High Noon for $5...I am envious Dozy!
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Melloblue
Great list, that . . .
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I like Dial M
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Good morning, Dear Boypinoy...or probably good afternoon at your house!

Hi MelloBlue! You and I are old enough to recall those Grace Kelly movies pretty much when they first came out...
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It's 10:30 pm here in the Philippines. My mother was a fan of Princess Grace. Some years back, she bought a DVD copy.
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Thank you!
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I don't know if it was considered by the big film critics as her most famous film, but 'Rear Window' was the film where I fell in love with her. Ooo-La-La

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Such a classy lady. Today's Hollywood "stars" don't hold a candle to her
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Personally, I think Grace Kelly's most famous film was High Noon where she acted alongside Gary Cooper and Lloyd Bridges. Some great movies include High Society, Mogambo, To Catch a Thief and Rear Window.

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I'm surprised that no one has mentioned my personal favorite, playing opposite William Holden, in The Bridges at Toko-Ri.

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That was a wonderful movie!
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