Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,149 covers and 54,342 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Jan 20, 1992
Vol. 37 No. 2
January 20, 1992
Where the Wild Things Are
Four American Biologists Set Out to Save the Teeming Treasure of the Last Secret Places
Ring in the New
Soap Queen Deidre Hall Starts the Year by Marrying Her TV Producer Prince
Sealed in a Mountain Cave by An Avalanche, Three Hikers Tunnel Their Way to Freedom
And in This Corner...
It Was No Joke When Dewi Sukarno Left Minnie Osmeña in Stitches
A Puzzling Proposal
Crossword Clues Lead Leslie Hamilton to Matrimony
Monday Night at Morton's
Hold the Apple Crumble; at This Hollywood Hot Spot the Patrons Come to Dish and Deal
Beam Her Up, Scotty
Hot in Porky's and Cool in Police Academy, New Vulcan Kim Cattrall Gets Celestial with Spock in Star Trek VI
Quick Frettin' for Beer Brings Cordell Jackson Fame
'Die, My Daughter, Die!'
Teenager Tina Isa Was Bright, Popular and Thoroughly American—So Much So That Her Immigrant Parents Decided to Kill Her
Mind Over Mountain
There's Gold in Those Olympic Hills, and AJ Kitt Is Hoping to Find It
Cutting to the Chase
TV and Cops Follow Killer Darren Stroh in a Desperate Race to Nowhere
Yesterday and Today
In 40 Years, the Show's Women Have Left Behind Apes and Odious "Girlhood"
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