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Top Box Office Stars in Classic Movies Made Every Year Since 1945

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1955: Cary Grant
> Most famous movie(s) with Cary Grant made in 1955: To Catch a Thief
> Domestic box office of most famous movie(s) with Cary Grant: $8,750,000

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1956: Charlton Heston
> Most famous movie(s) with Charlton Heston made in 1956: The Ten Commandments
> Domestic box office of most famous movie(s) with Charlton Heston: $85,400,591

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1957: William Holden
> Most famous movie(s) with William Holden made in 1957: The Bridge on the River Kwai
> Domestic box office of most famous movie(s) with William Holden: $33,300,000

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1958: James Stewart
> Most famous movie(s) with James Stewart made in 1958: Vertigo
> Domestic box office of most famous movie(s) with James Stewart: $3,200,000

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1959: Charlton Heston
> Most famous movie(s) with Charlton Heston made in 1959: Ben-Hur
> Domestic box office of most famous movie(s) with Charlton Heston: $73,000,000

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