The author is the only child of Cary Grant and Dyan Cannon. She writes of their life together through her high school and college years until his death in at the age of eighty-two. About Movie Mars. See details. See all 2 brand new listings. Buy It Now. Add to cart. About this product Product Information With the birth of his daughter, the sixty-three-year-old Cary Grant- still urbane, athletic, sublimely handsome, always self-effacing-retired from the screen to devote himself to his longed-for child.
In Good Stuff, Jennifer Grant writes of her enchanted but very real life with her father, playing, laughing, dining, and dancing together through the thick and thin of Jennifer's growing up; the years of his work, his travels, his friendships with old Hollywood royalty the Sinatras, the Pecks, the Poitiers, et al.
She writes of the love he showed her, the lessons he taught her, of his childhood as well as her own. Here are letters, notes, cards, and drawings from father to daughter and from her to him.
Good Stuffcaptures the magic of a father's devotion and goofballness and reveals a daughter's special odyssey of loving, and being loved, by a dad who was Cary Grant. Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. While much of the memoir is filled with the colorful details of growing up Grant-dinners at the Palace of Monaco with her father's costar Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier II.
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Jennifer Grant will be watching Sunday Aug. Still widely considered one of the most singular of all film stars, Cary Grant will have his turn in the channel's annual, month-long "Summer Under the Stars" festival that showcases one actor's work each day. I'd seen all of Dad's films prior to writing the book, but the book really wasn't about his career.
Many people could write better books about his history in the cinema, but the way I know him is as a father. And I. Partly there are more people available to watch, but also they reach a wider demographic, so at their best they still offer something for everybody.
All TV audiences have dropped here from a high of maybe 15 years ago, and some like Heartbeat and The Bill have been lost, but the survivors work well because they're properly funded and — most of the time — are actually pretty good. Cary Grant 's daughter Jennifer Grant has written a new book about life with her legendary father. The 45 year old part time actress is the product of Grant's marriage to actress Dyan Cannon , which ended in divorce. Unlike many books written by bitter children of Hollywood legends, Jennifer Grant 's celebrates her relationship with her father, who she adored.
She recalls that Grant retired from acting primarily to be there for her. She remembers the difficulties they had trying to obtain any privacy at all.
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