Star Tracks

UPDATED 10/02/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT Originally published 10/02/1989 at 01:00 AM EDT

Iran-contra co-star Fawn Hall, 30, played to the crowds, this time at an L.A. Turner Broadcasting System party. Fawn is busy writing a book but won't give a shred of a clue as to what it's titled.

Al Pacino, above, splashed down with steady Diane Keaton at the Manhattan bash for Sea of Love, his first film in four years. The two are reported to be planning to reprise their roles as a Mafia chief and his wife in The Godfather, Part III. Also making waves at the Sea party were Ralph (Karate Kid) Macchio and his wife, Phyllis, a cardiac-care nurse.

Chest nuts: Matthew Ashford and Wally Kurth, resident hunks on NBC's Days of Our Lives soap, had inflated ideas of themselves at a Secaucus, N.J., softball game played to benefit juvenile diabetes.

Rap star Tone-L?c, above, played head games with a wild thing at a party in L.A. to celebrate the release of Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 LP. Also turning out for Janet were Rob Lowe (he has completed his court-ordered community service) and his girlfriend, dancer Laura Dunlop.

Melanie Griffith, at the Beverly Hills Hilton for a Young Musicians Foundation benefit, bumped into-no respect!—Rodney Dangerfield in the lobby. Her (and Don Johnson's) baby arrives soon.

Bruce Willis and wife Demi Moore came to a New York City screening of In Country, his new movie about a Vietnam vet. Demi's next film, in December, is We're No Angels, with Robert De Niro.

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