People Staff
June 03, 1985 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 94

Heart problems, overwork and divorce plague Rambo star Sly Stallone, but the battle with his son’s autism is the one he’s determined to win

UP FRONT 32

Memories, tears and anger are the order of the day at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington

An old acquaintance says farewell to the beloved Wicked Witch, Margaret Hamilton

Reagan’s laser-tongued director of communications, Pat Buchanan, is strangely incommunicado lately

JOCKS 45

Irish boxer Barry McGuigan fights for one crown, while Prince Mamah Mohammed gives up another

STAGE 51

Whiz-kid director Peter Sellars wants to turn the American National Theater in D.C. upside down

PAGES 55

Nearly forgotten today, Roumania’s once popular Queen Marie is the subject of Hannah Pakula’s major biography

TO THE TOP 60

Chuck Norris kicks his way to the top of the box office heap in Code of Silence

SEQUEL 79

Remember Samantha Smith, the schoolgirl who wrote to Andropov? P.S. She’s got a TV series with Robert Wagner

BODY 86

Dr. Bonnie Bennett’s aerobics dance classes have cadets at West Point begging for mercy

HEIRS 90

Phil Morris is a young and restless man on a mission

PARTY 102

Boy George, Grace Jones, Bianca Jagger and lesser thousands open New York’s hot new nightclub, the Palladium

SONG 106

Country and western purist George Strait lives up to his name

IN HIS OWN WORDS 110

Counterfeit products can be hazardous to your health, warns expert James Bikoff

ON THE MOVE 121

Stockard Channing gets a crack at a Tony as the mother of a retarded child in Broadway’s Joe Egg

IN THE MONEY 129

Four young men, ages 19 to 26, develop the LifeCard—don’t leave the hospital without it

ON THE JOB 130

Meteorite hunter Robert Haag keeps his eye to the ground, his mind on the heavens

HAPPY 137

Comedian Bob Hope celebrates his 82nd birthday—laughing all the way

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

TAKE ONE 31

STAR TRACKS 82

LOOKOUT 134

CHATTER 140

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