is by no means an inclusive list of all the magazines you will find
photos and/or articles about Cary Grant!
I can't promise you that there aren't any errors here!
If you spot a typo, either spelling or date, please let me know!
in Blue link to the article
Gay Romance of Cary Grant"
April 1939, p. 26-27
This article delves into Grant's relationship with Phyllis Brooks.
Photoplayer, dated April 8,
Gunga Din cover
Grand and He's Grant
Pictorial, December 17, 1932; page 29
Cary Grant Took Hollywood"
Lane, Virginia T.
Photoplay, May 1938, p. 22
This article talks about Grant's attitude (forgetful but shrewd) toward
money. (He doesn't carry cash but will treat a group of children
to the circus.)
and Mr. Grant"
New York Times,
December 4, 1938
Crowther interviews Grant and discusses subjects as varied as his income
taxes, his vaudeville training and his discomfort at women's admiring
stares on the street.
"Movie of the
Week - Topper"
July 26, 1937. Vol. 3, No. 4.
June 1936, p. 48-49
After the death of his father the year before, Grant is now described as
having a new formula for happiness. Although dating Mary Brian, he
says he won't marry for five years.
Story of Cary Grant
- Liberty - March 11, 1939; Waterbury, Ruth
"Up From Tumbling ..."
- Stage Magazine,
April 1938, p. 35
- Article courtesy of
Will Never Understand Cary Grant in Hollywood"
Hunt, Julie Lang
Photoplay, August 1935, p. 46
Grant is revealed to be very self-conscious about seeing his name in
print in this article by one of Paramount's early press agents.
Grant is described as being gracious, disarming and uninformative with
Who in Pictures: Highlights in the Careers of Gladys Smith
New York Times,
March 12, 1933, Section 9, p. 4
One of the first mentions of Cary Grant in print. Amusing
biographical inflation (his father is listed as a clothing manufacturer)
and a listing of his stage career.
of the information on these magazine pages comes from:
Grant: A Bio-Bibliography
by Beverley Bare Buehrer
I HIGHLY recommend this book.
I consider it my CG bible!!
have any articles from the 1930's you'd like to include,
please contact me!! I'll be glad to add them.
Photos are always a plus!!