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A two page article from a fashionable theatrical magazine on the career of Cary Grant as it progressed to the year 1939:

"Cary Grant is one of Hollywood's most vociferous spokesmen for glamour, but it hasn't gotten him anywhere. Between 1929 and 1937 he appeared with Glamour-Girls Jeanette MacDonald, Queenie Smith, Fay Wray, Lili Damitia, Carole Lombard, Nancy Caroll, Sylvia Sidney, Tallulah Bankhead, Marlene Dietrich, Loretta Young, Elissa Landi, Myrna Loy, Katherine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Jean Harlow, Grace Moore, and Mae West, twice - but they didn't get him anywhere...Then he played a dead man."

You can read about David Niven HERE

     


A Profile of Cary Grant (Stage Magazine, 1939)

A Profile of Cary Grant (Stage Magazine, 1939)

A Profile of Cary Grant (Stage Magazine, 1939)

A Profile of Cary Grant (Stage Magazine, 1939)

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