Table of Contents

updated 02/14/1983 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/14/1983 AT 01:00 AM EST

ON THE COVER 72
Robert Mitchum, the veteran rebel, and Ali MacGraw, the inveterate romantic, team winningly in ABC's The Winds of War, the most ambitious maxiseries in history

UP FRONT 34

Ex-Congressmen soothe the pains of defeat with flush Washington jobs

All that glitters proves not to be solid gold at the Golden Globes, which draws the select, including Selleck, Cher and Dustin

Gay men are ravaged by a mysterious disease that could spread to mainstream America

HAPPY 49
Aping a gorilla on luggage commercials has made Don McLeod the king of Hollywood and vines

SONG 53
Brit rocker Joe Jackson takes a shine to the Big Apple and discovers the pleasures of Steppin' Out

BODY 57
Dentists are fighting tooth and drill over Dr. Paul Keyes' controversial—and inexpensive—treatment for gum disease

JOCKS 64
To Bill "Superfoot" Wallace, Belushi's onetime trainer, happiness is a kick in the head

SEQUEL 66
Once the darlings of the media, Bill and Peggy Jo Kienast—and their quintuplets—have fallen on hard times

MOVE 88
South Korean dissident Kim Dae Jung comes in from the cold to an exile's life in the U.S.

COPING 95
Skating star Janet Lynn returns after a new diet beats the allergies that put her career on ice

SCREEN 99
Australia's Mel Gibson practices the art of living dangerously in his new flick, but co-star Linda Hunt steals the show

STYLE 104
Bob Mackie, outfitter of Angie and Raquel, looks for other avenues—like 7th

LOOKOUT 112
Cards Barbara Davilman and Nina Tassler sell venomous valentines

ON THE JOB 117
For ex-Brownie leader Dorothy Lyman, All My Children's tacky Opal Gardner is "the part of a lifetime"

GALLERY 124
For devotees of C&W, an album of favorite stars—including Willie, Waylon and Dolly—photographed at the rise of their stardom

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 12

Sheriff Johnny Cash investigates Murder in Coweta County on CBS, while Genie Francis plays an ambitious perfume mogul on NBC's Bare Essence

A book of Pulitzer Prize photographs depicts John Kennedy, Babe Ruth and Ronald Reagan, as well as less eminent but still newsworthy subjects

Ric Ocasek of the Cars takes a solo spin with his album Beatitude

Akira Kurosawa's classic 1954 film, Seven Samurai, is back in release, bloody and beautiful as ever, and restored to its original 208 minutes

STAR TRACKS 63

Dyan Cannon braves stormy weather in mucky Malibu

Sizzling Tina Turner cools down with David Bowie and Keith Richards

Ben Kingsley and Meryl Streep make winning companions

PEOPLE PUZZLE 114

CHATTER 126

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