Photos of Cary Grant, who died in Davenport on November 29, 1986.
Quad-City Times cover on Dec. 1, 1986
Cary Grant with wife, Barbara Harris, during rehearsal on Nov. 29, 1986, at the Adler Theatre, Davenport. The legendary star, who was to be the highlight of the first-ever Festival of Trees, died later that night.
A Conservation with Cary Grant tickets.
The Adler Theatre on, Saturday, Nov. 29, 1986. Taken before Cary Grant was supposed to appear. The show was canceled when Cary Grant became ill. (Quad-City Times Archives)
Cary Grant and Dyan Cannon pose with their daughter, Jennifer,
This is St. Luke's Hospital, where actor Cary Grant died. (Copyright 1986, Quad-City Times, Greg Boll)
Movie idol Cary Grant is wheeled out of the Blackhawk Hotel in
Davenport about 9:15 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, 1986, with his wife,
Barbara Harris, at his side.
American actress Kim Novak dances with Cary Grant after the presentation of the American film entry "Middle of the Night" at a U.S. reception at the Cannes Film Festival on May 13, 1959.
Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant in "An Affair to Remember."
Cary Grant, right, is seen in a scene from the 1964 movie
“Father Goose.” The Bettendorf Public Library will show the movie
Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of Grant’s death in the
Quad-Cities. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
One of the world's most beloved actors, Cary Grant, 82, died of a massive stroke while in the Quad-Cities to perform "A Conversation with Cary Grant." Grant was to be the gala centerpiece of the first Festival of Trees celebration at Davenport's RiverCenter. (Times file photos)
Movie idol Cary Grant is wheeled out of the Blackhawk Hotel about 9:15 p.m. Saturday, November 29, 1986 with his wife, Barbara Harris, at his side. Paramedics took the 82-year-old actor to St. Luke's Hospital.
Movie idol Cary Grant is loaded into an ambulance outside the Blackhawk Hotel at about 9:15 p.m. Saturday, November 29, 1986 with his wife, Barbara Harris, at his side. Paramedics took the 82-year-old actor to St. Luke's Hospital.
the Adler Theater stage as it was set for the event "A Conversation With Cary Grant" Sunday November 30, 1986. Grant died Saturday night from a massive stroke at St. Lukes Hospital in Davenport, Iowa. Grant became ill after a rehearsal for the benefit show and died a few hours later. Grant was scheduled to have appeared for the fund raising event Saturday night at 8:30 p.m.
People stop to take pictures Sunday November 30, 1986 of the Adler Theater marquee advertising a performance by actor Cary Grant, who died Saturday night from a stroke. Grant became ill after a rehearsal for the benefit show and died a few hours later at a Davenport, Iowa, hospital.
From the Times archives: This date is significant on the Quad-City calendar. Cary Grant died here, 30 years ago, Nov. 29, 1986, of a stroke. I…
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