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Dec 25, 1989
Vol. 32 No. 26
December 25, 1989
Picks & Pans
Deborah Gore Dean
Capt. Al Haynes
The Trials of Eight Celebs Who Strived for the Look of Innocence
Here's Looking at You, Kid—and Some Others Whose Lives Deserve a Second Peek
The Passing Parade Took from Us the Queen of Comedy, the Prince of Players, Two Kings of Music and One Emperor
Click! Click! Click!
To the Delight or Dismay of Warren and Madonna, Marlon Brando, Ted Kennedy and Woody Allen, Star-Stalking Photographers Took Their Best Shots
Devastating Odds, Disability, Tanks and Bombs Could Not Stop These 12 Remarkable People, Whose Victories and Courage Set Standards for Us All
If I Could Turn Back Time
Once Upon a Time, the Junior Partners in May-December Matchups Were All Tall, Blond and Named Jennifer. Nowadays They're Just as Likely to Be Named Jean-Pierre, as Celebs of Both Genders Rush to Say, "Hello, Younger Lover."
Grand Entrances & Graceful Exits
They Came. And, Inevitably, They Went. Just as New Faces Appeared Out of the Crowd in 1989, Some Old Favorites Took Final, Fond Bows
The Prince Was Right
So Who Cared If the Deal Was a Tad Tacky? In 1989 Some Rich and Famous People Lived by a Golden Rule: Take the Money and Run! Did They Really Think Nobody Would Notice?
Field of Bad Dreams
They Had It All—Fame, Fortune, Steady Job—but Now They Are Just the Goats of Christmas Present
Di Takes a Walk
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