Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Oct 26, 1981
Vol. 16 No. 17
October 26, 1981
Jimmy the Greek Faces His Longest Odds in a Family Fight for Life
Tom Hoving Shakes the Art World with a Treasure Trove of Stories of His Misdeeds
A Year After Their Divorce, Caroline and Junot Are Trying Their Wings Again in the Jet Set
In a Connecticut Murder Trial, Will (Demonic) Possession Prove Nine-Tenths of the Law?
Wheeler-Dealer Armand Hammer Pounces on the Main Chance Like a Dog on a Bone
Five Beauties with a Beat Are Rock's Freshest Singing Sorority—the Go-Go's
Novelist Dirk Bogarde Proves That An Actor's Best Lines Can Sometimes Be His Own
Old Acquaintances Turn Out to Cheer Bisset and Bergen's Rich and Famous
'I Changed Professions from Entertainer to Male Nurse,' Says Eddie Fisher of Life with Liz
It's An Issue Not Even Donald Can Duck: Is Disney World Oppressing the Mouses?
Bargain Hunter Ellen Weiss Wants to Put You First in Line for Secondhand Treasure
The Magus of Multimedia, Alwin Nikolais, Says the Future of Modern Dance Is in the Bag
She's Neil's Talented Daughter, but Dara Sedaka Knows How to Call Her Own Tunes
The Met's Judith Blegen and Ray Gniewek Are a Duet: She Sings, He Strings
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