ON THE COVER 80
Harrison Ford cuts a dashing figure as Indiana Jones, but our poll shows that he, Richard Gere, Jessica Lange, Eddie Murphy and other allegedly household names are less-than-familiar faces
UP FRONT 26
Pianist Leslie Lemke may be blind and retarded, but he's a wizard of the keyboard
A plague of mopeds has driven Block Islanders to vote for secession from Rhode Island
Queen Elizabeth II needs a poet laureate; won't any subject take the job?
Dr. Jack Bertman formulates his "Four Commandments" on how to break dance without breaking anything else
Though she's now a widow, Jean Stapleton keeps the curtain up at her family's summer theater
Polio doctor Albert Sabin fights to beat a deadly paralysis that struck his own system
Look again: The waitress serving the pate for the Great Performances catering service is a budding Barbra Streisand
Raise the Titanic! author Clive Cussler surfaces with another best-seller
Jermaine Jackson, Michael's big brother, talks about his early days and recent return to America's leading family of song
Champion swimmer Steve Lundquist has a model life out of the water too
After Atlanta lawyer Elizabeth Hishon wins her point in U.S. Supreme Court, prominent women lawyers Patricia Schroeder and Patricia Harris speak out on sex discrimination within the law
A winning smile and other attributes earn former waitress Ilene Murphy the Las Vegas Ultimate Showgirl title
MAIN STREET 93
Texan Dan Smith runs a Sunday school for singles to preach the pleasures of being alone
Billionaire Bunker Hunt opens his home on the range to 1,800 Texas pals, including Larry Hagman, Roger Staubach, Crystal Gayle and Jane Russell
A writer recalls his bedroom get-together with sex goddess Marilyn Monroe
The muscle-bound Masters of the Universe dolls are creating new, profitable ripples for Mattel
PICKS & PANS 7
John Houseman's professorship continues in The Paper Chase on Showtime and Ted Knight drones on in his syndicated version of Too Close for Comfort
Robert De Niro and Elizabeth McGovern show up in the would-be epic Once Upon a Time in America
Two presidential offspring—Margaret Truman and Elliott Roosevelt—indulge in mystery fiction
Tina Turner churns out a surprising album, Private Dancer
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