Cary Grant met Randolph Scott in 1932 on the Paramount set of Hot Saturday immediately. They were soon living together, and for the next 12 years, they lived together off-and-on, sharing a Santa Monica beach house and a mansion in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz neighbourhood. By the mid 1940s, when Grant and Scott were no longer living together, the two remained close friends throughout most of their lives.
There are different theories and rumours about the nature of their relationship, with the most persistent being that the two are actually a gay couple. But Hollywood of that period was run by the infamous iron-fisted studio system, which monitored, managed and practically dictated a star’s personal and public life, and would certainly not allow their leading men living openly as homosexual, let alone as a couple.
In 1934, the studios ordered Grant to get married. His wife, Virginia Cherril, wound up divorcing him 13 months later and Grant moved back in with Scott at the beach house. Stories of a variety of attractive young women going in and out of the beach house—dubbed “Bachelor Hall”—was said to be planted in the press by the studios.
Their mutual friend, Carole Lombard, once jokingly referred to the pair as having the perfect relationship: “Randy pays the bills and Cary mails them.”
The fashion critic Richard Blackwell—of the infamous Mr. Blackwell’s annual best and worst dressed list—claims in his memoir that he lived for several months with the two and it was obvious they were, “deeply, madly in love, their devotion complete.”
Cary Grant and Randolph Scott never publicly acknowledged if they were lovers or mere friends. And both were married multiple times to various women.
Cary Grant’s daughter, Jennifer Grant dismisses the notion her father was gay in her 2011 memoir: “Dad somewhat enjoyed being called gay. He said it made women want to prove the assertion wrong.”
However, a 2016 documentary, Women He’s Undressed, about the three-time Academy Award winning costume designer Orry-Kelly, acknowledges Grant was in a gay relationship with the designer in the 1920s.
No matter what is the true nature of their relationship, the love and deep bonding between the two men were obvious as seen in the following photos. When Cary Grant died in November 1986, Randolph Scott passed away just three months later.
Romeo and Juliet
In Verona Italy live two families Montague and Capulet who have been enemies to each other for long time
Romeo, son of Montague was infactuated with Rosaline, one of Capulet's niece, persuaded by his cousin Benvolio, he decided to go to the ball held in Capulet's house in the hope of meeting Rosaline but instead encountered Juliet, daughter of Capulet and fell in love with her.
After the ball, Romeo sneaked into Capulet household again and overheard Juliet's love declaration to him on her balcony and declared his love to her as well, and with the help of Friar Lawrence, they secretly got married.
Juliet's cousin Tybalt was angry about Romeo going to the ball and challenged the later to a duel, but Romeo refused thinking Tybalt as part of his new family, but Mercutio, Romeo's friend accepted the duel and was killed. Full of guilt and anger, Romeo killed Tybalt as well.
Prince Escalus, the ruling Prince of Verona sentenced Romeo eternal exile from Verona. Juliet was devastated by the sentence, but her family forced her to marry Count Paris, par of entourage of Prince Escalus.
Juliet asked Friar Lawrence for help who gave her a special potion which can help her fake death for 2 days while he would send someone to tell Romeo.
Juliet took the potion before her wedding night and Romeo learned of Juliet's death from his servant without knowing the truth. He bought poison and carried it with him to Juliet's tomb, there he encountered Count Paris who was also mourming Juliet's death, the two argued and Romeo killed Paris, and drank the poison.
When Juliet awakened, she saw Romeo dead beside her tomb, killed herself with Romeo's dagger.
The grief stricken Montague and Capulet families learned the truth from Friar Lawrence in front of the dead bodies of their children and decided to reconcile.