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He was a top box office draw in over 70 movies for 34 years and remains an icon of quick wit, romantic charm, and urbane sophistication. A new biography of Cary Grant explores his troubled childhood, ambiguous sexuality, and lifelong insecurities as well as the role he played in the entertainment industry.
- Marc Eliot Author of more than a dozen books including "Cary Grant: A Biography."
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