Star Tracks

updated 05/29/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/29/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT

A College dropout Robert Redford, who some 30 years ago attended both the University of Colorado and Pratt Institute, gleefully picked up an honorary degree from Claremont Graduate School during graduation ceremonies in Claremont, Calif.

Country fan Cybill Shepherd swooned for singer John Michael Montgomery before the Academy of Country Music Awards show in L.A. During the fete, she presented the single of the year award to Montgomery for his No. 1 song "I Swear."

Daryl Hannah (left) went over and out as she exited the pace car at Revlon's 5K Run/Walk for Women in Los Angeles. The event, which raised $500,000-plus for breast and ovarian cancer research, also drew actress Frances Fisher (below), who started her 21-month-old daughter Francesca Ruth off on the right foot. (Dad is Clint Eastwood, who wasn't there.)

Young sensation Leonardo DiCaprio dished with actress Laura San Giacomo at a fashion industry benefit in L.A. honoring designer Gianfranco Ferre. The gala raised roughly $500,000 for AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Demi Moore and her old pateful, Bruce Willis, rocked the house at the opening of yet another Planet Hollywood, this one in New Orleans. Local vocal John Goodman later joined the Die Hard with a Vengeance star in song as Demi whacked drums with a vengeance.

Michael Douglas found a good fit playing Principal for a Day, an annual event at New York City's public schools. He chose to attend Manhattan's High School for Environmental Studies.

Model Jerry Hall took the lap of luxury, husband Mick Jagger's, at a V-E Day ball in London. Jagger and the Rolling Stones kick off their European tour in Stockholm on June 3.

John Cleese got leaned on by a lemur as he rekindled a bit of Wanda lust in London with his A Fish Called Wanda castmates (from left, Michael Palin, Kevin Kline and Jamie Lee Curtis). The quartet are shooting Fierce Creatures, informally known as Death Fish 2, a sequel to their hit 1988 comedy.

Veteran blade runner Tony Danza, who co-owns the Bulldogs pro roller-hockey team in Philadelphia, was ready to roll upon arriving at L.A.'s airport. His new ABC sitcom, Hudson Street, starts this fall.

Lakers fan Charlie Sheen scored some points with his future Mrs., model Donna Peele, by procuring front row seats to a recent game in L.A. As for vital stats, well, no wedding date has been set.

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