A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 18, 1974

There's no business like covering show business, especially when it reaches the global proportions of Paramount's ambitious production The Great Gatsby. In England, Cultural Correspondent Lawrence Malkin talked with Director Jack Clayton in London and drove deep into the Surrey countryside to interview Mia Farrow.

In New York, where this week's cover story was written by Judy Fayard with the help of Reporter-Researcher Patricia Gordon and edited by Martha Duffy, Correspondent Mary Cronin spent several hours with Gatsby Scriptwriter Francis Ford Coppola. In the meantime, Los Angeles Correspondent Leo Janos talked to some of the Gatsby constellation: Robert Redford, Bruce Dern and...

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