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Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, September 10, 1952, pt. 2, o. 7, c. 5:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

. . . . . Got the tip that Cary Grant was going to star in the film version of the David Dodge novel, "To Catch a Thief," and checked for details. "I read the book some time ago," said Cary, "and loved it. If Alfred Hitchcock, who's to direct the picture, gets a good movie script from the story, we'll have more converstion about my doing the film" . . . Incidentally, Cary's ex-wife, Barbara Hutton, arrives here this week, after having had a wonderful rest at Doris Duke's home in Honolulu. Her son Lance, already here, very quietly went out and got himself a job recently. But he'll soon have to return to schcol in Arizona. Lance has no inclination, desire, or intention of becoming an actor.

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