Business: A Touch of Class

Gary Grant last acted in a movie (Walk, Don't Run) in 1966, and since then has spent much of his time jetting round the world to promote the cosmetics of Faberge Inc., of which he is a director. Now he is getting a new line of products to push. His knowledgeable advice has helped encourage Fabergé to join the growing list of big corpo rations (General Electric, Xerox, Mattel, Reader's Digest) that are sinking money into making movies.

Fabergé's Brut Productions subsidiary kicked off its first film, A Touch of Class, after Grant, 69, declared that if he were 20 years younger,...

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