updated 08/06/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 08/06/1984 AT 01:00 AM EDT
"I'm going to get in trouble for this one," giggled a bedraggled Mariel Hemingway, as she was caught in the act of fondling a firearm during a break in the filming of The Mean Season in the Florida Everglades. Covered by a photographer, Mariel lowered the gun and gave it back to the cop at her side. But it was all in good humor. He and other local police had been hired as extras to rescue Hemingway and co-star Kurt Russell in the thriller's swampy climax, and they defended her right to bare arms.
Jagger agrees to paint it black
Mick Jagger cut a dazzling figure as he escorted girlfriend Jerry Hall to London's tony Berkeley Square Ball sporting a neon green suit and flowered maroon tie. Alas, the outfit clashed with the doorman at the black-tie charity event, and he turned the moss-colored Rolling Stone away. Ever the gent, Mick left and in a jumpin' jack flash returned clad in a tux. Ball officials were thus hard-pressed to explain later how boulevardier Philippe Junot, Princess Caroline's ex, passed muster in only a dark business suit.