Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Aug 02, 1976
Vol. 6 No. 5
August 02, 1976
Jerry & Debbie Davis Find a New Meaning for 'Take Five'
Andy Williams Says of Claudine: 'She Needs Me Very Much Right Now, She Could Get 10 Years'
In Southern France, the Ancient Artist Jokes of Himself, 'He's a Little Crazy, Chagall'
Joan Adams Met This Lawyer on a Blind Date in Minneapolis: His Name Was Fritz Mondale
For Emcee Monty Hall, the Daytime 'Let's Make a Schlemiel' Is Over—for Now
All This and Artichoke Hearts Salad Too, on Fred and Carol Burke's Raft Trip Down the Colorado
If Not Born in a Trunk, Emmett Kelly Jr. Has a Circus Wedding Behind One
Chowchilla's Heroic Bus Driver Wonders What All the Fuss Is About: Ed Ray's Got Hay to Bale
The Surgeon Who Said Women Are Unfit for Highest Office Now Slices Up Some of His Colleagues
Fred Friendly Probes the Case of the Lifted Eyebrow, or What's Fair in TV News
Ellie Dylan & Bob Pittman Are Radio's Whiz Kids, but Will They Make It or Break It?
Buster Crabbe, Conqueror of Ming the Merciless and Sundry Other Villains, Challenges Father Time
Cheap Is Still Better, Claims Travel Budgeteer Arthur Frommer, but Europe Costs $10 a Day Now
When Sidney Sheldon Looks in the Mirror, He Sees Not a Stranger but a Millionaire
Her Role in 'The Omen' Rates R, but Billie Whitelaw Has Cooled Her Own Act from X to PG
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