The Philadelphia born Grace Kelly died on September 14, 1982.
Grace Kelly started her illustrious film career when she moved to New York City starring in a variety of productions during the Golden Age of Television. After shooting to stardom after in "Mogambo," Kelly went on to star in a slew of other well known films that allowed her to earn numerous awards, such as a Golden Globe for her work in "Mogambo," and "The Country Girl" and an Oscar for her work in "The Country Girl."
After retiring from acting at the early age of 26, Kelly started a brand new adventure as Princess of Monaco, after marrying Prince Rainier III. The two had three children and Kelly was clearly born for Princess status. Sadly, Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco died at the age of 53, a day after a stroke caused her to crash her car.
We decided create a small list of the films that helped Grace Kelly become the film star we all knew and loved.
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Today marks the 33rd anniversary of Grace Kelly's death
Grace Kelly on stage as she appears as Bertha (the captain's daughter) in the Broadway drama "The Father" by August Strindberg in New York, with Raymond Massey in the role of the Cavalery Captain in 1949. The drama was staged from November 16, 1949 to January 14, 1950. (AP Photo/Str)
Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly are shown in a scene from "High Noon" on the film set in Hollywood, Ca., 1951. (AP Photo)
NEW YORK - 1949: 19 year old model and actress Grace Kelly poses for a portrait to be used as an artist reference for a Joe DiMaggio painting in 1949 in New York City, New York. (photo by Ed Vebell/Getty Images)
Movie producer Samuel Goldwyn, left, interviews actress Grace Kelly on Feb. 15, 1950 in New York. (AP Photo/stf)
Cary Grant and Grace Kelly are shown together in a scene from the movie "To Catch a Thief," in 1954. (AP Photo)
Actress Grace Kelly helps her old school, Stevens Junior School, raise funds, in 1953. (AP Photo/Philadelphia Bulletin)
Pfc. Andy Schummer of California talks with actress Grace Kelly and director Alfred Hitchcock in Cannes, June 21, 1954, where they are filming "To Catch a Thief." Schummer, who tried to be an actor back home, was spotted by Hitchcock for a small part in the film while the GI was spending his leave at the French resort. (AP Photo)
American actress Grace Kelly (1929 - 1982), circa 1951. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)
"Window's" smas opening. Alfred Hitschcock's movie "Rear Window" attracted the glitter and glamor of a major filmland event for its Hollywood premiere. Many stars turned out in their finery, and many more fans, who crowded the sidewalk in front of the theatre. In the audience were the leads of "Rear Window," Grace Kelly and James Stewart, plus Hitchcock, Jarry Lewis, Marla English, and many others. Grace Kelly and Alfred Hitchcock pause before watching the Hollywood premiere of the picture they made. (AP-Photo) 18.8.1954
Graceful Grace Kelly wears a beach outfit designed especially for her latest movie. The black halter suit, with toreador pant, is topped by a loosely woven white apron skirt which can double as a cape. Grace wears the ensemble in "To Catch A Thief". Chief studio designer Edith Head created it. Image taken in Paris, France, 1955. (AP Photo/HO/Str)
American actress Grace Kelly (1929 - 1982) wearing a pink cardigan, circa 1955. (Photo by Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images)
Grace Kelly with her pet poodle "Oliver" upon her return home from France, May 1955, at her home in Philadelphia, PA., USA. (AP Photo/Str)
Oscar winners Grace Kelly and Marlon Brando pose with their statuettes at the 1954 Academy Awards at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, Calif., on March 30, 1955. Kelly won best actress of the year for her portrayal in "The Country Girl." Brando won best actor of the year for his portrayal in "On the Waterfront." (AP Photo)
Designer Oleg Cassini stands with actress Grace Kelly at the world premiere of "Strategic Air Comand" in New York, in this April 20, 1955, file photo. Cassini, the designer who created Jacqueline Kennedy's graceful, elegant look, died Friday, March 17, 2006, in a Long Island, N.Y., hospital, said his wife, Marianne. She said her husband was hospitalized after complaining of a headache last Saturday, but that he did not have a stroke. He was 92. (AP Photo)
Actress Grace Kelly is shown in this December 12, 1955 photo for the movie "Rear Window" (AP Photo)
Actress Grace Kelly, shown on October 31, 1955, nibbles on a celery stick in her dressing room while studying the script for "The Swan". (AP Photo)
American actress Grace Kelly whose engagement to Prince Rainier of Monaco was announced today, smiles as she leaves the Philadelphia Country Club, on Jan. 5, 1956, after the engagement announcement luncheon, closely followed in the doorway by the 32-year old prince. (AP Photo)
Actress Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco, sit arm-in-arm as they received the press in Philadelphia, Pa., on Jan. 5, 1956 following the announcement of their engagement. They were interviewed at the home of Miss Kellyâs parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kelly. (AP Photo)
Grace Kelly with Prince Rainier, Jan. 9, 1956. (AP Photo)
American actress Grace Kelly, right, smiles as she holds a camera in her hands, pointed at entertainer Frank Sinatra during a pause of the film production 'High Society', January 19, 1956 in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, Ca., USA. Both have lead roles in the movie. (AP Photo/Str) ---- Die amerikanische Schauspielerin Grace Kelly zeigt dem amerikanischen Entertainer Frank Sinatra einen Fotoapparat, waehrend einer Drehpause zu dem Musikfilm "Die oberen Zehntausend" (High Society, USA) am 19. Januar 1956 in Los Angeles. Kelly traegt einen weissen Kapuzenmantel. Im Hintergrund ein offener Wagen. Beide haben eine Hauptrolle in dem Film. (AP Photo/Str)
Grace Kelly pauses in the lobby of the Pantages Theater after arriving at the Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood, Calif., March 21, 1956. (AP Photo)
This March 24, 1956 photo shows film actress Grace Kelly just before she left Hollywood to marry Prince Rainier in Monacco. The ring she wears is her engagement ring. (AP Photo)
(GERMANY OUT) Frank Sinatra (*12.12.1915-14.05.1998+) , Schauspieler, SÃ¤nger, USA, mit Grace Kelly in, 'Die oberen Zehntausend', ( High Society ), - 1956 (Photo by ullstein bild via Getty Images)
Actress Grace Kelly holds the silver medal presented to her by the Treasury Department for her contribution to the U.S. Savings Bond program, March 30, 1956, in New York. She is preparing to sail for Monaco where she will marry Prince Rainier. (AP Photo/John Lindsay)
Grace Kelly gives an autograph to 10-years-old Drue Brigham at the actress' Fifth Avenue residence in New York City, on March 30, 1956. Miss Kelly holds flowers given to her by a photographer for a French magazine. (AP Photo)
Grace Kelly and her pet, Oliver, make a homey twosome at her apartment in New York, on March 30, 1956, as she prepares for her departure to Monaco and her wedding to Prince Rainier. (AP Photo)
A beautiful and cool Grace Kelly gives a press conference on board the liner Constitution, on April 11, 1956, during its journey from New York to France. Miss Kelly is to marry Prince Rainier of Monaco, where she is due on April 12. (AP Photo)
Prince Rainier III and actress Princess Grace Kelly wave from the palace terrace at Monaco in the South of France on April 18, 1956. The couple is hosting a garden party for the people of Monaco on the palace grounds after being married in a civil ceremony at the palace a few hours earlier. (AP Photo)
First official photograph of Prince Albert Alexandre Louis Pierre of Monaco, son and heir of Prince Rainier III, in the arms of his mother Princess Grace, in Monaco, March 17, 1958. (AP Photo)
Princess Grace of Monaco during a visit to La Colmiane, winter sports resort in the French Alps, north of Monaco on Feb. 20, 1959. (AP Photo)
Princess Grace of Monaco has arm in colorful sling as she boards Aristotle Onassisâ Yacht for dinner party in Monacoâs Harbor, August 27, 1959. Her husband, Prince Rainier, follows. The palace said the Princess received wasp sting two days earlier at her Mont Agel summer residence and had suffered a great deal of pain. (AP Photo)
Princess Grace of Monaco, the former Grace Kelly, screen actress, gestures as she talks to newsmen on steps of a Philadelphia hospital on June 1, 1960, where her father, John B. Kelly, is recuperating from surgery. (AP Photo)
Prince Rainier III of Monaco and Princess Grace shown at the North Portico of the White House in Washington on May 24, 1961, as they arrive for lunch with President John and Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy. (AP Photo)
Singer Maria Callas, chatting with Princess Grace of Monaco, while Prince Rainier stands in the background at a gala held in aid of refugees in Monaco on August 1, 1963. (AP Photo/Rene Maestri)
Drawing a bead on the target is Princess Grace of Monaco, who tried her skill on the rifle range during a visit to the National Fair in Monaco on Nov. 19, 1963. (AP Photo)
Prince Rainier III of Monaco and Princess Grace, holding Princess Stephanie, pose with their children on the palace steps in Monaco, France in April 1966. At left, foreground is Prince Albert, the second oldest, and at center is Princess Caroline. The Prince and Princess of Monaco will celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary on April 18. (AP Photo)
Prince Rainier III of Monaco watches as his wife, Princess Grace, tries out a dart game aboard the French liner, Renaissance, during a one-day cruise on the Mediterranean Sea on June 1, 1966. (AP Photo)
Princess Grace and Prince Rainier arriving at home of Rock Hudson in Los Angeles to attend party Hudson gave for Carol Burnett in 1967. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)
Princess Caroline of the Monaco (left), 13, has got a first prize for the drawing of a school poster, and her mother Princess Grace of Monaco hands her a reward in Monaco on June 1, 1970. (AP Photo/Rene Maestri)
Princess Grace of Monaco to speak before pro breast-feeding group (La Leche League) in Chicago on July 16, 1971. (AP Photo/Charles E. Knoblock)
Princess Grace of Monaco shown with the Film Advisory Boardâs Award of Excellence plaque, that she won for her work in the documentary film âChildren of Theatre Streetâ in Los Angeles on Feb. 22, 1978. Princes Grace narrated the film which has also been nominated for an Academy Award. Its her first movie work since 1956 when she made âHigh Society.â (AP Photo/George Brich)
Princess Grace of Monaco during a news conference in Philadelphia on March 31, 1982. The princess is in the city to attend the first of four days of the Grace Kelly Film Festival at which 12 of her movies will be presented. (AP Photo/Wilson G. Ingraham)