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
"A Day at the Office with Cary Grant"
Ladies Home Journal, November
1970, p. 142-143
A better-than-average interview with Grant taken after he became a
member of Rayette-Faberge's board of directors.
Cary Grant - From Mae to September"
The New York Times, July 22, 1973
Interview with Grant in which he talks about his work with Faberge, his
experiences with LSD, his wives, and his daughter, Jennifer.
Different Kind of Love"
March 1971, p. 32-38
This interview with Dyan Cannon takes place several years after her
divorce from Grant. She discusses her first meeting with Grant,
their relationship then and now, their daughter Jennifer and his work
Honors Cary Grant for Theatre Contributions"
New York Times, May 30,
1975, p. 14
Short notice of New York City Mayor Beame honoring Grant at the Straw
Take One, Number 2, 1976, p.
Grant is quoted briefly on working with Hitchcock in the four films they
February 15, 1976, Section 6, p. 2
Part one of two.
Grant Comes Out on a Limb"
March 17, 1976
Grant was legally absolved of blame after he was sued by a Mrs. Radke
who had rented his Palm Springs home in 1972 and had been hit by a
falling limb. She had originally sued for $100,000 and Grant had
refused to settle out of court.
March 1978, p. 45-47
Contains several good, candid photos of Grant at home, the article
chronicles Grant's career and life.
Grant: Doing What Comes Naturally"
Los Angeles Times, June 11,
1978, Calendar Section, p. 39
Informal interview held over breakfast on Grant's terrace, in Grant's
Cadillac on the way to the races and at dinner at the Magic Castle.
"Cary Grant Keeps Growing
October 1975, p. 92
Interview article centers around
Grant's relationships with his wives and with his daughter, Jennifer,
and around his fears and personality. Offers Grant's views on
marriage, love, sex, and the women's liberation movement.
Grant - Still the Cream of Bristol"
January 11, 1976, Calendar Section, p. 27
Question-and-answer format interview in which Grant tells of his work
with Faberge, why he dropped out of films and his visits to Bristol.
Couple, Sob, That Never Was ..."
February 19, 1979, p. 33
Publicity photo of Grant and Sophia Loren from Houseboat with
discussion of their relationship during that film and The Pride and
Dyan and Cary to Bob and Carol"
New York Times, February,
Interview with Dyan Cannon in which she discusses her life and divorce
from Cary Grant.
Private Life Adds Luster to a Public Image"
February 16, 1976, Section 3, p. 1
Part two of two. Siskel was in the enviable position of not only
doing an interview with Grant, but also of being invited to spend the
weekend with Grant, his girlfriend of the time Maureen Donaldson and his
daughter Jennifer at Palm Springs. Many good quotes by Grant and
insights by Siskel.
Still Gets Squeals"
New York Times, September
28, 1979, Section B, p. 4
A small column about a Grant appearance at Lord and Taylors as a
director of Faberge to promote a $90 an ounce perfume.
'How Do You Like Being Cary Grant' 'I Like It Fine' "
January 9, 1972, p. 26
While this article describes in interesting detail Grant's handling of
an interview with a young journalist, in a way, it really tells more
about Ostroff than Grant.
April 1972, p. 82
Bogdanovic discusses the evolution of Grant's style in light of his
January 14, 1974, p. 39
Photo and short mention in personalities section of magazine marking
Grant's 70th birthday.
Woman in the Life of Cary Grant"
February 23, 1971, p. 58-62
Grant visits Filene's Department store in Boston for a Faberge
meeting. Contains a nice intimate written portrait of Grant
relating to daughter Jennifer. Cover Photo.
Other Cary Grant"
New York Times Magazine, July
31, 1977, p. 14
Intimate interview with Grant in which he addresses his feelings about
women, his life as a buisnessman, his health, his philosophy of life,
and even rumors about his stinginess and bisexuality.
New Yorker, July 14, 1975, p.
Perhaps the ultimate worshipful article on the Cary Grant audiences had
come to know and love. While admiring, the article also
insightfully analyzes the reasons for this admiration.
It for Granted He'll Cary It Off"
Harton, Rose Margaret
The Dallas Morning News - August 18,
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 1970's you'd like to include,
please contact me!! I'll be glad to add them.
Photos are always a plus!!