People Staff
December 04, 1989 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 142

On the set of Back to the Future Part III—yes, III!—Michael J. Fox muses about marriage, fatherhood, the hazards of fame and the need for security, and his determination to hang on to his sanity. On the whole, he says, “I don’t see the percentage in being a jerk”

UP FRONT 70-80

Mostly unknown and unsung, in the last 28 years Germans from both East and West have written a human history of the Berlin Wall

Rescued from the rubble of the San Francisco quake, young Julio Berumen is on the mend

A blockbuster hit, Eddie Murphy’s Harlem Nights runs afoul of violence offscreen

Arizona financier Charles Keating takes the heat as Washington zeros in on the savings and loan debacle

TO THE TOP 85

As her reward for countless scenes stolen, Christine Lahti has a Broadway show, a feature film and a TV movie—all at once

JOCKS 95

The NFL’s only black head coach, Art Shell, works to revive his stumbling team’s pride

KIN 99

Frieda Hughes comes by her muse naturally—as the daughter of poets Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes

DREAMERS 105

The descendants of Korczak Ziolkowski remake a South Dakota mountain in the image of Crazy Horse

ARTS 117

Helen Frankenthaler, grande dame of American art, has a major retrospective on tour

STAGE 123

Trading on inside knowledge, Jerry Sterner wrote a play about Wall Street

TUBE 129

You can’t compare Married…with Children’s Christina Applegate to her slutty character, Kelly Bundy

CONTROVERSY 135

Six years after Nancy Cruzan entered a near lifeless state, her parents ask that she be allowed to die

ADVENTURE 151

The job’s the same, but gorilla lady Diane Doran won’t ape Dian Fossey

BIO 155

Edwin Torres has a rep as a hard-nosed Manhattan judge, and Hollywood likes his hard-boiled crime novels

SEQUEL 169

ABC brings back a gleaming pate from the past—Telly Savalas in Kojak

HEIRS 175

Robert Ryan’s son Cheney co-authors a play—about pesticides—for migrant farm workers

ON THE JOB 179

Florida trapper Todd Hardwick gets rid of unwanted animals—gently

SONG 185

Despite their hit LP, What You Don’t Know, Exposé could use some exposure

SCENE 187

When Bush and Gorbachev talk at the summit, interpreter Pavel Palazhchenko will speak

SCREEN 191

The B-movies’ busiest actress is Linnea Quigley, the cult star of epics like Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama

ON THE MOVE 195

Soap actor Clayton Prince is on duty as a Guardian Angel

SPLIT 206

Bruce Springsteen gives the E Street Band its walking papers—at least temporarily

MAIL 8

PICKS & PANS 17

TAKE ONE 69

STAR TRACKS 93

HAPPY 141

MEDICS 165

COLLECTORS 201

OOPS! 205

CHATTER 208

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