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He made a number of cameo appearances, on film, as listed below.
Singapore Sue (1932):
Starring Anna Chang, this was the first short film that Cary Grant made. It was released in the summer of 1932.
Three of his full length films were already in distribution.
Interestingly, he is credited as Archie Leach.
Pirate Party on Catalina Island (1936):
Running at just 20 minutes, MGM released this colour film, with a number of stars appearing as themselves.
Topper Takes a Trip (1939):
Originally, Cary Grant was to appear in this sequel to Topper, however, he was unavailable and the script was rewritten.
Although, he didn't work on the film at all, he appears in film clips from Topper, as a way of explaining the story!
The Road to Victory (1944):
This was a 10 minute short, by Warner Bros., to support the war effort.
The Shining Future (1944):
This was a much longer version of "The Road to Victory", using the same footage of Cary Grant, reading a letter from a Canadian soldier.
Without Reservations (1946):
This film starring Claudette Colbert and John Wayne, including a number of cameo appearances.
However, Cary Grant, is referenced throughout until making an appearance towards the end of the film.
Polio and Communicable Diseases Hospital trailer (1940)
Ken Murray's Hollywood (1965);
Ken Murray's candid home movies caught the stars off set, including Cary Grant.
Elvis: Thats the Way It Is (1970):
This film was a documentary about the Elvis Summer Festival in Las Vegas. Cary Grant is one of a number of celebrities who attended.
Appearance comes at rhe end credits.