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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2003

    A Moving Tribute to Cary Grant

    Evenings with Cary Grant is written in such a manner that the reader feels they are witness to an interactive conversation between Cary and his friends and associates. This book is the second best thing to an autobiography from Cary. It is filled with many stories and relationships, some hysterically funny and some heartwrenching. All are collaborated through the recollections of those who knew him well. No gossip or questionable trash found here. Many of Cary's quotes, letters and recollections are touching and poetic. I learned how sensitive, kind and introspective this remarkable actor and private man was. I found this book difficult to put down. Most important is that I have come away with a deeper appreciation of this wonderful soul who was Cary Grant.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2002

    The Real McCoy

    Evenings with Cary Grant is in Cary Grant's own words and those of his friends. It's a book based completely on primary sources. No conjecture. No myths. No suppositions. Cary Grant never wrote an autobiography, but this book uses his own recollections and those of his friends and loved ones, with special access to his private papers. It's the Real McCoy.

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