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Grant's next film for Columbia was the romantic comedy The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), which was another box office flop.[117] Grant received the only Oscar nomination of his career for the film.[118] However, it was when he starred in the musical remake of The Awful Truth (1937) that he found his place in the Hollywood firmament.[119] Alfred Hitchcock, who had been impressed by the intelligent acting in Suspicion, cast Grant opposite Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn in the film version of the play. The film told the story of a philandering novelist who is rejected by women and attempts suicide, only to be rescued by his long-suffering wife, and his new-found love interest. The film was a major box office success and is considered Grant's masterpiece.[120] It was followed by the fun-filled romantic comedy Eternally Yours (1940).[121] Grant's final film for Columbia was a remake of the 1937 film Double Door, which followed the misadventures of a couple who find themselves trapped in a room with a time bomb. The film was another critical and commercial success.[122] Grant had been nominated for a second Academy Award[129] and two Golden Globe Awards[130] for Best Actor, and he became the first actor to win the two awards in a single year.[129][130] He was now the highest paid actor in Hollywood, thanks to his Columbia contract. He was particularly unhappy with the salary that he was receiving. He claimed that he was earning $20,000 for playing two characters in Eternally Yours. However, a studio executive responded that he thought that Grant was making $250,000 annually.[131] There was another disagreement between the actor and the studio when Grant refused to accept a third Golden Globe Award, which he felt did not give him the respect that he deserved. He was not too pleased when Columbia's president Harry Cohn refused to attend the ceremony.[132] During this time, Grant asked for a third raise in salary. Cohn refused and told Grant that he had to earn more money if he wanted to earn more money. Cohn also stated that if he did not make more money, he would make Grant look like a fool when competing for roles with a more attractive leading man.[133]

Grant frequently played romantic leads opposite women who were beautiful, attractive, and usually loved by their family and friends; Grace Kelly, Greta Garbo, Ingrid Bergman, Joan Fontaine, and Audrey Hepburn were among his most enduring and popular romantic leads. Earlier in his career, Grant had appeared in the John Ford-directed melodrama Stagecoach (1939) with John Wayne. Grant is best known for his portrayal of the enigmatic and charismatic Englishman Cary Grant, in the romantic comedy To Catch a Thief, made with Alfred Hitchcock in 1955, and as the penniless writer/novelist George Sanders in Notorious (1946).

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