Four films starring Hollywood legend Gary Grant. In 'Bringing Up Baby' (1938), eccentric heiress Susan Vance (Katharine Hepburn) steals a dinosaur bone from absent-minded paleontologist David Huxley (Grant), forcing him to track her down to her Connecticut farm. Along the way he runs into trouble with the authorities and a possible sponsor for his museum, and ends up looking after Susan's pet leopard, Baby. In 'That Touch of Mink' (1962), Philip Shayne (Grant) is a wealthy businessman who accidentally muddies the dress of Cathy Timberlake (Doris Day) when his limousine drives past her in the street. She arrives at his office to complain, only to be charmed by Shayne into spending the day with him in Philadelphia. Soon he is asking her to accompany him to Bermuda for a romantic holiday. She refuses at first but weakens when he plies her with mink coats and champagne. In 'Charade' (1963), Reggie Lambert (Audrey Hepburn) returns home after a skiing trip to discover that her husband has died. At the funeral she finds out from CIA agent Hamilton Bartholomew (Walter Matthau) that her husband was involved in the theft of a quarter of a million dollars during World War Two. The charming Peter Joshua (Grant) offers his help, but as the number of dead bodies increases so do Peter's aliases, and Reggie becomes uncertain whether or not she can trust him. Finally, in 'I'm No Angel' (1933), short of cash, dancer and lion tamer Tira (Mae West) starts performing ever more dangerous stunts until her circus builds up an exciting reputation. She she becomes engaged to handsome Jack Clayton (Grant) but later sues him for breach of contract after their relationship breaks up after a misunderstanding. Can they reconcile their differences?