"It was probably on the basis of this film that Grant obtained his first five-year contract with Paramount..."
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Singapore Sue - taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"The first short film that Cary Grant made was Singapore Sue which was released in the summer of 1932. Three of his full length films were already in distribution. However he had made this short film in New York City. In it he played an American sailor who visits a cafe run by actress Anna Chang. It was probably on the basis of this film that Grant obtained his first five-year contract with Paramount. The film was written and directed by Casey Robinson. The dialogue was staged by Max E Hayes."
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Singapore Sue (Lobby Card Style)
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