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- July 17, 1989
- Vol. 32
- No. 3
In This Issue
Aging hutchmeister Hugh Hefner puts a glorious end to bachelorhood by wedding model Kimberley Conrad, his new Playmate-Helpmate
UP FRONT 40-44
Stars from Melissa Gilbert and Laura Dern to Edgar Winter and Meryl Streep turn out on both coasts to see Dennis Quaid play Jerry Lee Lewis in Great Balls of Fire!
After 25 years of service to Louise Nevelson, Diana MacKown is struggling to retrieve $5 million in art from the sculptor's son
In Las Vegas Griffin O'Neal—trouble-plagued son of actor Ryan O'Neal—takes a chance on marriage
Injuries sustained during Karate Kid III almost ended Sean Kanan's career—and life
Jim Backus, the voice of Mr. Magoo and a star of Glligan's Island, leaves them laughing
Comedy writer Dick Clair wasn't joking when he left instructions to freeze his body, and the battle for his money was serious too
With her dramatic premiere at La Scala, American soprano Kallen Esperian scales the operatic heights
Stella Adler, American theater's grandest dame, has inspired generations of acting students, including Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro, to reach for the star turn
Batmania goes to fans' heads in the form of the summer's flyaway hairstyle, the Bat cut
With a little help from his still-swinging dad, Seattle Mariner Ken Griffey Jr. is making baseball—and family—history
Joe Kane, the first American to travel the entire length of the Amazon River, delivers a vivid account of his perilous journey
If your name is Betty, you have a lot of friends in Grants Pass, Ore.
TO THE TOP 91
Peter MacNicol gets scorned and spooked and slimed in Ghostbusters II—but he also strolls off with the movie
Roberto Hernandez wants to clear his name, but the wanted man who shares it won't cooperate
Back in 1953, Regis Wilson Vaughn's bashful prom date was none other than Elvis Presley
His suicide reveals that U.S. Navy veteran Glenn Souther was a secret agent for Russia's KGB
For Stendhal Syndrome sufferers, great paintings can cause great faintings
Matt Frewer, the erstwhile Max Headroom, scores a TV and movie double
When pseudo-Ghostbuster Peter Mosen works a kiddie party, spirits are high
Unrequited love may have led a man to poison Austin's Treaty Oak
PICKS & PANS 7
TAKE ONE 33
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