Got a firefight? Call Lee Marvin. For its latest gambit in the Nielsen wars, NBC has hired the sledgehammer-faced actor to reprise his Dirty Dozen role in a made-for-TV sequel. If Marvin can beat the dreaded enemy—ABC and CBS—NBC may produce two more sequels. In the first film, says a press release, Lee will be abetted by a squad of "as diseased a bunch of twisted psychopathic deformities as the Army has to offer." Promises, promises.
Princess Diana, 23, and her sister, Lady Jane Fellowes, 27, made a rare dual appearance in London, on a sad occasion: a memorial service for their uncle, Sir Anthony Berry, who was killed last October in the Brighton bombing. Also present were Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, ex-PM Edward Heath and, for security, sharpshooters on the roof of Westminster Abbey.
What's mine is ours, after a fashion
Simon says: Dress identically in unisex outfits. So that's exactly what Carly Simon and her date, Dutch screenwriter Menno Meyjes, did for the New York premiere of The Cotton Club. Simon, who last year left longtime love Al (ex-Dynasty) Corley, just finished a music video called Tired of Being Blonde. It's about an upscale lass who, in a fit of ennui, gives up her Porsche, fur coat and assorted baubles. But her matching designer outfits? Never!
His dad has an eye for Polynesian women and so apparently does Tehotu Brando, 20, Marlon's son by his third wife, actress Tarita Teriipaia. In Tahiti photographers snapped Tehotu and Polynesian actress Vaitiare Hirschon, 20, who is perhaps better known for her real-life role as one of the ladies in the life of ladies' man Julio Iglesias, 41. Tehotu seems unconcerned.