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- Vol. 22
- No. 12
David (Knight Rider) Hasselhoff, 32, recently taped a cameo appearance (to air Sept. 11) on NBC's new daytime soap Santa Barbara, and he was all thumbs during a photo session with the show's matriarch, Dame Judith Anderson, 86. Hasselhoff suggested that they give the thumbs-up sign. Anderson retorted, "Young man, I do not do vulgar gestures." After he explained it wasn't the gesture she had in mind, Dame Judith gamely stuck her thumb in the air.
With their careers in high gear, Lea (Red Dawn) Thompson and her fiancé, Dennis (Dreamscape) Quaid, are planning on a long engagement, partly for logistical reasons. Lea, 23, whose film The Wild Life, with Chris Penn (Sean's brother), comes out this month, is now filming in Copenhagen in a comic detective film called Yellow Pages. Quaid, 30, begins a five-month shoot in West Germany later this year for a feature film called Enemy Mine. The separation is unwelcome but Lea is in no rush to get to the altar. "Being engaged is like going to grammar school," she says. "Someday we'll graduate and go on to high school."
Inveterate storyteller Ronald Reagan regaled the crew between takes recently while shooting the film on his Presidency that played at the Republican Convention. However, Reagan's daughter Maureen may not be amused at one of Dad's tales. The President reminisced that when Maureen was a child, one of her two kittens died. Following a family memorial service for the pet, Reagan recalled, "I thought Maureen might break down. Instead she suggested, 'Let's kill the other cat.' "
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