Night and Day - (Original Trailer)
Fanciful biography of songwriter Cole Porter (Cary Grant), who rose from high society to find success on Tin Pan Alley.
Night And Day (1946) - My Heart Belongs To Daddy
Encouraged by pal Gracie (Jane Wyman), Mary Martin playing herself in a fact-based recreation of her first meeting with Cole Porter (Cary Grant), leading to performance of the extra-chaste strip tease number that made her famous, in Night And Day, 1946.
Night And Day (1946) - An Old Fashioned Garden
At the Porter family home in Indiana, Christmas 1914, pal Monty Woolley (as himself) among the guests, Cole (Cary Grant) explains to mother Kate (Selena Royle) how he's upset grandfather (Henry Stephenson) by deciding not to return to Yale, in the loosely biographical Night And Day, 1946.
Night And Day (1946) - Let's Do It
Ex-Yale men Cole Porter (Cary Grant) and Monty Woolley (playing himself) are casting their first Broadway show (Historically accurate, See America First, 1915), when old friend Gracie (Jane Wyman) arrives to try out for the lead, in the Porter bio-pic Night And Day, 1946.
Night And Day (1946) - I'm Unlucky At Gambling
In WWI Paris, as her erstwhile boyfriend, composer Cole Porter (Cary Grant), recovers from mostly fictional war wounds, American nurse Linda (Alexis Smith) prevails upon performer Gabrielle (Eve Arden, with a not-bad accent) to give him a break, in the Porter bio-pic Night And Day, 1946.