updated 12/13/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 12/13/1982 AT 01:00 AM EST
While the rest of the world preyed on Thanksgiving birds, Jackie Onassis set off in search of trickier game. As Jackie rode near her Bernardsville, N.J. estate with the Essex Foxhounds, an exclusive private club that sponsors an annual Turkey Day fox hunt, wily paparazzi picked up her scent—as they almost invariably do. Local gentry were miffed by the crowds Jackie's presence engendered, but the imperturbable horsewoman reined serene with a smile.
Richard Harris had just opened in yet another production of Camelot, but it was his attempt at an offstage revival that drew the most comment in London. "I read the newspapers every day to find out what the situation is," said Harris, 52, but it was clear he was once again courting his second ex-wife, Ann Turkel (left). Seated between Turkel, 35, and first wife Elizabeth Harrison Aitkin, 46, after the show, Harris appeared, perhaps, to have bitten off more than he could chew.
Two members of Steven Spielberg's stable of future starlets, Heather (Poltergeist) O'Rourke (left) and Drew (E.T.) Barrymore, were cast as friendly rivals at Hollywood's Youth in Film Awards ceremony. Drew, 7, and Heather, 6, were nominated for Best Young Supporting Actress, and the winner was...Miss Barrymore. No doubt Drew wanted to Phone Home immediately.