updated 06/24/1985 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 06/24/1985 AT 01:00 AM EDT
In Tokyo on tour with his hit musical comedy My One and Only, Tommy Tune had 'em falling out of their seats and al most rolling in the aisles. That was on a local commuter train; his play was received well too.
While touring a school near Bath, England, Princess Diana encountered a sudden breeze. Giggling, she wrestled her petticoat into place and carried on. "It would never happen to the Queen," sniffed London's Mirror. "Her designers would have made sure the skirt was weighted with lead." Now, who would salute that?
In this forked-tongued face-off, Ron Magill, a reptile curator at Miami's Metrozoo, allows a very rare, two-headed python named Medusa to give him a tip or two...or three or four. The 2-month-old, foot-long snake, whose sex is undetermined, eats mice with both heads. And thereby hangs another tail. Or two.