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April 9, 1989
Your staff writer Garry Abrams' work, "Shadows on the Legend," (March 24), commenting on Charles Higham and Roy Moseley's book, "Cary Grant: The Lonely Heart"--a malicious biography--clearly shows the extremes to which some writers are willing to arrive for money and attention. To suggest or affirm--without substantiated or irrevocable facts and evidence--that two of Hollywood's most prominent symbols of virility, Cary Grant and Randolph Scott, had vestiges of homosexuality is the foulest attack to the American people's purest beliefs and values.
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NEWS
April 9, 1989
Your staff writer Garry Abrams' work, "Shadows on the Legend," (March 24), commenting on Charles Higham and Roy Moseley's book, "Cary Grant: The Lonely Heart"--a malicious biography--clearly shows the extremes to which some writers are willing to arrive for money and attention. To suggest or affirm--without substantiated or irrevocable facts and evidence--that two of Hollywood's most prominent symbols of virility, Cary Grant and Randolph Scott, had vestiges of homosexuality is the foulest attack to the American people's purest beliefs and values.
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NEWS
March 24, 1989 | GARRY ABRAMS, Times Staff Writer
Wrapped in the armor of the silver screen, Cary Grant--the movie idol who died 2 1/2 years ago--left a legacy as the perfect leading man, a smooth, sophisticated heartthrob untarnished by the vulgarities of reality. It seemed too good to be true. And now some are saying it was. Grant's image is being given a coat of human frailty by two new books.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 1988 | Pat H. Broeske
Come next year, Cary Grant fans will have two new books about that most debonair of leading men--one that focuses on his alleged homosexuality, another co-authored by a woman who claims to have been romantically involved with Grant for four years. The eye-brow raiser is tentatively titled "Cary Grant: A Double Life" (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), due in late spring, co-authored by the veteran celeb chronicler Charles Higham and Roy Moseley, longtime Higham researcher.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 2002 | Steve Harvey
The pace has been as furious as an old play-by-play account by Chick Hearn--and nearly as colorful. More than 2,000 fans have voted on suggestions for a new street name to honor the Lakers' late broadcaster near Staples Center. Chick Hearn Court is the leading choice for the stretch of 11th Street between Figueroa and Cherry streets. The more imaginative Chick Hearn Dribble Drive is second, followed by Chick Hearn Lane. The contest was started by City Councilman Nick Pacheco on the Web site www.
HOME & GARDEN
September 12, 2009 | LAUREN BEALE
A night at the Stiller compound? Comic actor Ben Stiller and his actress wife, Christine Taylor , have listed their Hollywood Hills property at $12.5 million. The site includes two houses and a one-bedroom guesthouse for a total of 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms on nearly an acre. A gated 1929 Spanish-style house of 5,334 square feet has been restored and updated. Outdoor courtyard and living areas, as well as the lushly landscaped pool area, are decorated with terra-cotta tiles and colorful inlays.
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