The Trade: Places, Everyone

At the age of 63, Gary Grant is finally slipping—at least by the standards of Box Office magazine, which annually charts the fluctuations of Hollywood's blue-chip actors and actresses. Replacing him as the No. 1 male movie attraction is Richard Burton, followed by Paul Newman, Lee Marvin (up from tenth place in 1966), John Wayne, Sidney Poitier, Sean Connery, Jack Lemmon, Grant, Michael Caine, Steve McQueen, Dean Martin and Dick Van Dyke.

Among female stars, the firmament is considerably firmer. Julie Andrews is first for the third straight year, followed by Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn,...

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