Farley Granger, Dead at 85

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

If you ever saw Alfred Hitchcock’s amazing film, “Strangers on a Train,” you’ll remember Farley Granger– he played the tall, dapper socialite tennis pro.  He’d also been in an earlier Hitchcock movie, “Rope.”  Granger just died at the age of 85.  He had come by the show back in 2007 to speak with Leonard Lopate about the ups and downs of his career in Hollywood for his memoir, Include Me Out.


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Mike from Tribeca

I well recall Mr. Farley fine turn as Morris, opposite the superb Julie Harris, in a 1961 television adaptation of "The Heiress." He was every bit as good as Montgomery Clift was in the classic film.

Mar. 30 2011 01:01 PM

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