Hollywood: Old Cary Grant Fine

In 1999, when John Kennedy Jr. is President of the United States and David Eisenhower wins the National Open, when the backside of the moon is selling for $500 an acre and the Ford V80 runs on nuclear power, the leading actor in Hollywood will be Cary Grant. The man is permanent. Continents have disappeared, and great islands have exploded into the air, but Gary Grant may outlast Earth, Mercury, and the Sun itself.

He is, actually, 58. He has made 69 motion pictures, and the latest—That Touch of Mink—is currently breaking box...

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