Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
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Apr 02, 1984
Vol. 21 No. 13
April 02, 1984
Richard Nixon, on Tape Again
In An Upcoming, Lengthy TV Interview, the Ex-President Reemerges as a Funny, Philosophical and Often Ribald Raconteur
Say 'Cheese,' Burger
The Fat's in the Fire as McDonald's Hires the Dream Machine Menudo to Counter Wendy's Wonder Woman—and a National Survey Roasts the Fast-Food Business
Here's the Beef!
Fat of the Land
Midnight Oil Kicks Off Its First U.S. Tour Amid a Storm of Protest—Its Own
Mommy and Daddy Are Fighting Again Since Erica Jong Used Her Daughter's Name in a Children's Guide to Divorce
On a Day of Atonement, Boston Pays a Nine-Year Debt to Lonely Widow Patricia Bowden
Two New Stars Turn ABC's Samson and Delilah into a Biblical Body Heat
Behind a Child's Miracle Recovery from An Icy Drowning Lie Feuding Parents and An Uncertain Future
Not Everybody in Vermont Looks Like Coolidge; Some Kids Are Wrestling with Stress
Hockey Heartbreaker Ron Duguay Has Settled Down Since Model Robin Bobo Put Him on Ice
Hoofers Hidden in the Shadows Dream of the Limelight
Auditioning for a Chorus Line, Dancers Cross Their Toes and Fingers
Now a Novelist and Soon a Groom (Once Again), Roger Vadim Starts His Search for the New Brigitte Bardot
This Man's Job and $16 Million Rest on the Shaky Legs of a Mutt Named Musketeer
Hit with a $195,000 Phone Bill, One Couple Finds New Meaning in the Words 'Sorry, Wrong Number'
Elvis Had His Cadillac, but There's No More Sacred C&W Icon Than Trigger Jr.
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