Star Tracks

updated 08/07/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 08/07/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Alan Thicke, who plays Hope & Gloria's but-toned-down talk show host, networked like a newlywed with his wife of one year, former Miss World Gina Tolleson, at the NBC press party for its fall lineup in Los Angeles.

Even as Johnny Depp's comedy Divine Rapture (with costars Marlon Brando and Debra Winger) folded in mid-production due to money woes, he cheerfully signed autographs on the set in County Cork, Ireland.

Julia Roberts let her hair down with costar Dennis Quaid at the New York City premiere of Something to Talk About, held at the Museum of Modern Art. They play a troubled husband and wife in the southern drama due Aug. 4.

King-sized drag queen RuPaul and The Terminator's Linda Hamilton joined forces at an L.A. screening of A Mother's Prayer, a USA Network movie starring Hamilton as a mom with AIDS.

Spanish heartthrob Antonio Banderas and his new inamorata, Melanie Griffith, melded in Madrid, where Banderas lives. The couple met earlier this year while filming Two Much, an upcoming romantic comedy about a man who courts two sisters.

Clan Kennedy camped in the Berkshires for a three-day reunion in western Massachusetts: Left, Bobby Kennedy Jr., an environmental law professor, and wife Mary Richardson, nine months pregnant, braved the water-slide at an amusement park in Agawam. Meanwhile (above) actor Chris Law-ford reviewed the findings of daughter Savannah, 5, and his cousin Rory Kennedy, a documentary film producer, at Mill River. Keeping the names straight of all 28 campers was a challenge for patriarch Ted Kennedy. "Those small ones, I have to take a second look to make sure I get them right," says the senator.

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