On the Cover 65
Ekland, a slightly bitter starlet at 37, titles her spill-all tome True Britt; Ryan O'Neal, Bianca Jagger, Sellers, Beatty, Stewart & a British lord call it trouble
Up Front 28
For U.S. Olympic hockey coach Herb Brooks, a gold medal may be a ticket to the pros
Shelley Hack was cruelly dumped from Charlie's Angels, and she has a suspicion why
Was Israel's 1967 attack on the U.S.S. Liberty a mistake? Lt. Cdr. James Ennes says no
On its 25th anniversary, here is Disneyland's family album, including the Osmonds, Nixon, Johnny Cash, Candy Bergen, Sophia Loren, Nat Cole, et al
As a verdict nears on indicted mass murderer John Wayne Gacy, Chicago lawyer Barbara Weiner asks for new judicial safeguards over the insanity defense
Richard Fitzgerald helps Broadway sound better than ever to the hard-of-hearing
An able listener as well as a talker, Larry King is radio's voice in the night
Out of the Pages 59
Julia Child's sidekick Simone Beck knows the ingredients of a good cookbook
After road-managing Dylan and Joplin, former deb Ada Gates becomes the only lady in the horseshoers union
Movie producer John Heyman has his life's work cut out for him: putting the entire Bible on film
In Her Own Words 80
It "bees dat way" may offend grammarians but it's correct Black English, argues linguist Geneva Smitherman
In Trouble 89
An ex-aide charges that U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Richard Kneip is incompetent—and that he is not alone
Greg (B.J. and the Bear) Evigan's wife and manager, ex-hoofer Pam Serpe, makes sure his career keeps on truckin'
It's no miracle that R&B great Smokey Robinson is back and still Cruisin'
Canoeists Greg and Cathy Jensen paddle 4,900 miles coast-to-coast
On the Stage 110
Debbie Allen is the new Chita Rivera in the Broadway revival of West Side Story
People Picks & Pans 12
From Here to Eternity goes weekly on TV, with William Devane returning to star and Barbara Hershey replacing Natalie Wood
In his autobiography, Phil Donahue comes across as—what else?—a charmer
Country singer Janie Fricke finally finds her own voice on a new LP, but the third outing by Britain's The Clash is a hash
Ali MacGraw and Alan King make an unlikely, but savagely funny, pair in Sidney Lumet's movie Just Tell Me What You Want
Spring is just about here—you can tell from the mailboxes full of seed catalogues
Star Tracks 86
John Lennon and Yoko Ono go Palm Beach
Meet Monaco's other princess, Stephanie
Jerry Lewis: a low-down American in Paris
There'll be an Idi Amin at Cannes
Ken Howard is chased by his "shadow"
People Puzzle 103
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