Conversations with Classic Film Stars: Interviews from Hollywood's Golden Era (Screen Classics) (Hardcover)
James Bawden: Seeing the way people behave when they're around you, is it still fun being Cary Grant? Cary Grant: I don't like to disappoint people. Because he's a completely made-up character and I'm playing a part. It's a part I've been playing a long time, but no way am I really Cary Grant. A friend told me once, ""I always wanted to be Cary Grant."" And I said, ""So did I.""-from the book In Conversations with Classic Film Stars, retired journalists James Bawden and Ron Miller present an aston.
James Bawden, former TV columnist for the Toronto Star, is renowned for his distinguished profiles of movie stars and directors. He has written for Films in Review and numerous cinema magazines.Ron Miller was TV editor of the San Jose Mercury News from 1977--1999 and a syndicated columnist for the Knight Ridder News Service. A former national president of the Television Critics Association and a recipient of the National Headliner Award, he is currently an instructor at the Academy for Lifelong Learning at Western Washington University.