updated 11/15/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 11/15/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST
It was one party that could never have bombed. Hugh Hefner invited some 150 celebs (at $2,500 a shot) to the Playboy mansion in Holmby Hills, Calif. for a nuclear freeze benefit. Margot Kidder brought her daughter, Maggie, who was celebrating her 7th birthday. First Daughter Patti Davis showed up, though she avoids other political causes in deference to her father. And Goldie Hawn came despite a car accident the night before which seriously injured her friend, actress Eileen Brennan. Such loyalty made antinuclear crusader Dr. Helen Caldicott (second from left) smile. "They're helping me practice preventative medicine," she said.
Glen takes the cake—for the fourth time
Two years ago, it looked like Tanya Tucker would become Glen Campbell's fourth wife. The Rhinestone Cowboy is full of surprises, however. In 1981 Glen hooked up with former Radio City Music Hall dancer Kimberly Woollen, 24, and after their wedding last month in Phoenix, Ariz. Kimberly had Campbell, 44, eating out of her hand. But when a wedding photographer encouraged the bride to squash some cake on her new hubby's face, Glen protested. "I tried that last time," he said, "and it didn't work."
Sissy's little missy
Sissy Spacek, 32, has been spending a lot of time lately with her newest co-star: her four-month-old daughter, Schuyler Elizabeth. Soon after giving birth in L.A., Sissy and her husband, film director Jack Fisk, 36, retreated to their 200-acre horse farm near Washington, D.C. Sighs Mom, "I just play with her all day and marvel at the miracle of it all."
Christie's fish story
Supermodel Christie Brinkley proved she could be more—or is it less?—than just a pretty face at Manhattan's American Image Award ceremony. Brinkley, 27, presented Jack Nicklaus with a trophy from the Men's Fashion Association. (Bob Hope and John Travolta also received awards for "what they wear and how they wear it.") Earlier, Christie wore an alarmed look as she reeled in Travolta with a tale of a Mexican fishing expedition.