At the L.A. premiere of the movie Teachers, Lisa Hartman’s outfit dilated a few pupils. Specifically, her teddy-with-no-blouse provided an imaginative focal point to her otherwise traditional ensemble of leather skirt, spiked heels and black nylons. Says Lisa, “I thought it would be appropriate to wear the same thing I wore on my prom night.” She says she’s kidding.
“Hi, remember me?” That was the coy greeting Burt Reynolds served up to old flame Chris Evert Lloyd at a Virginia Slims tennis tournament in L.A. The visit was a rare public appearance for Reynolds, who has lately been battling what a spokesman describes as “temporomandibular [jaw] problems and an inner-ear infection.” Reportedly, he’s on the mend.
It’s the same face but there’ll be no race for William “Mort” Mondale, 49, kid brother of the Democratic presidential candidate. Mort, who works for the National Education Association, is the self-proclaimed black sheep of the clan. Admittedly more prone to “stirring up trouble” than his famous brother, Mort proved the point for photographers at an NEA dinner in Mt. Laurel, N.J. Just how zany is Mort? “I got divorced,” he says. “Fritz would never do that. He sticks to his decisions.”