"Mauve Gloves & Madmen." NY: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1976.
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[on Cary Grant
] To women, he is Hollywood's lone example of the Sexy Gentlemen. And to men and women, he is Hollywood's lone example of a figure America, like most of the West, has needed all along: a Romantic Bourgeois Hero.
Frequently wore double-breasted white suits and silk ties, even when interviewing gang members and criminals: "I found early in the game that for me there's no use trying to blend in. I might as well be the village information-gatherer, the man from Mars who simply wants to know. Fortunately the world is full of people with information-compulsion who want to tell you their stories".