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Within a short time of leaving Paramount , he could command a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a picture , and that was only the beginning. Later, he formed partnerships and produced his pictures through his own corporations-Grandon , Granart , Granley , and Granox. He didn't do what stars like Kirk Douglas did when they gained control over their productions: he didn't appear in Westerns , for the virtually �uara nteed market. He was too self-aware for that ; he was a lonely holdout m the period when even Frank Sinatra turned cowpoke .
Or 1 y. Th IS to a scenanst charmmg . ee ls ' he terms G rant knows wh at he ' s domg. H e ' s the a dI re ctor ' but in his own . screen has ever known: h1s SI de steps and the stooge ual tes t sex ghted stares turn his co-stars into comic goddesses. Nobody else has ever been able to do that. When the sexual psychology of a comedy was right for Grant, he could ational , but if it was wrong and his energy still came pouring out , he sens be (made in 1941 could be terrible . In Frank Capra's but not released until 1944, because , by contract, it couldn't open until the Broadway production dosed) he's more painful to watch than a normally bad actor-like , say, Robert Cummings-would be , because our affection for Grant enters into our discomfort.
In 193 1 , Leach also appeared in Singapore Sue, a ten-minute movie short, starring Anna Chang, that Casey Robinson made for Paramount in Astoria; Leach, Millard Mitchell , and two other actors played American sailors in an Oriental cufe . Leach is striking; he grabs the screen-but not pleasantly, and he does have a huge neck. He's rather gross in general heavy-featured , and with a wide , false smile . His curly-lipped sailor is excessively handsome-overripe , like the voluptuous young Victor Ma ture .