Due to the birth of his only child, Jennifer, he never returned to the screen again.
Grant plays Sir William Rutland, an English industrialist, who arrives Tokyo during the 1964 Olympics two days early.
With Samantha Eggar.
This means that he struggles to find accommodation, until he talks Christine Easton (Samantha Eggar) into sharing her apartment. Then, he meets Steve Davis (Jim Hutton), an American athlete in the same predicament and manages to include him in the living arrangements!
With Jim Hutton and Samantha Eggar.
After completing, Charade, two years earlier with Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant felt he was too old to play the romantic leads and so in his final film he is the catalyst for the romance between his two younger co-stars.
One of my favourite scenes is Cary Grant making coffee...and if you recognise the tune he is whistling its because it is the theme from Charade!
Oh and second place...
Press release photographs.
With George Takei.
On location with Samantha Eggar
William Rutland Cary Grant
Christine Easton Samantha Eggar
Steve Davis Jim Hutton
Julius P. Haversack John Standing
Aiko Kurawa Miiko Taka
Yuri Andreyovitch Ted Hartley
Dimitri Ben Astar
Police Captain George Takei
Mr. Kurawa Teru Shimada
Mrs. Kurawa Lois Kiuchi
Behind the scenes!
Full Set of Lobby Cards.
Directed by Charles Walters.
Distributed by Columbia Picture.
Produced by Granley Company (Set up by Cary Grant)
Running time: 114 minutes.