The Guns of Navarone
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Chicago American, Tuesday, June 17, 1958:


Carl Foreman's visit to Hollywood lengthened to almost a week instead of two days as he had planned. That's because he has been negotiating with Cary Grant about playing the lead in h is next picture, "Guns of Navarone."

Carl brought both the book and script to Cary to read, and hopes to get the valuable Grant name on a deal before he joins his wife, who is vacationing in Italy.


Chicago Sun-Times, Thursday, June 15, 1961, p. 52, c. 1:


The Massive Power Failure that blacked out new York the other day almost caused producer Carl Forman and three top Manhattan movie critics, to black out, too. Foreman was screening his movie, "Guns of Navarone," for the critics. In one of the last scenes of the film, a German officer gives the command to a battery of cannon to fire at the approaching six destroyers in the Navarone channel. The officer gave the command, the cannons boomed--and, presto, everything went black!



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