Sarah Kaufman wrote a wonderful article for the Washington Post about the absolute perfection of physical expression of actor Cary Grant.
"Grant's dark beauty, cultured diction and gift for comedy are unmistakable. But what I find most fascinating about him -- and I believe it's the reason he is as watchable now as he was all those decades ago -- is his physical grace, an effortlessness that borders on the surreal.It's a really well-written piece. Read it and rent North by Northwest to see what she's talking about. You won't be disappointed!
It's always there, in every role, in the way he walks, the way he slips a hand into his pocket, the way he stands, with his shoulders melting just a bit toward the co-star his character is invariably secretly in love with."