By People Staff
March 04, 1985 12:00 PM

ON THE COVER 94

Gleason’s on a second honeymoon, Gilligan’s on the beach and McHale wants to rejoin the Navy. As TV rediscovers the classics, PEOPLE discovers what happened to yesterday’s stars

UP FRONT 24

What happens when Laurence Olivier, Joan Collins, Whoopi Goldberg and 305 of their closest friends perform at Radio City? Some called it “Star Bores”

Hype or hoax? The U of Colorado claimed to have found a “lost city” of the Andes, but it was never lost in the first place

Black American dancer Barry Martin sues for $130 million, claiming “negligence and racial discrimination” after a car accident in South Africa left him a quadriplegic

SEQUEL 40

After 48 years in Count Basie’s band, Freddie Green speaks softly and carries a big guitar

SPIRIT 44

Pope Shenouda III is free to shepherd his flock of Coptic Christians

BODY 47

Warning: Dr. Jules Hirsch says that even a few extra pounds can be hazardous to your health

STYLE 53

Old clothes are coming out of the closet across America as Mick Jagger, Cyndi Lauper, Matt Dillon and others indulge in antique chic

HEIRS 59

Eighteen years after Jayne Mansfield’s tragic death, her look-alike daughter Mariska Hargitay turns to acting

COPING 67

Actress Heidi Bohay discovers that growing up with a retarded sister is difficult but rewarding

BIO 73

Thriller writer Elmore Leonard strikes it rich in the land of losers who won’t stay down for the count

IN HER OWN WORDS 83

Saving the oceans, says writer Anne Simon, is a matter of life or death

SONG 88

In the minds of some critics, a little-known quintet named Los Lobos is the artistic equal of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band

ON THE MOVED 109

After romancing Joan Collins on camera, Dynasty’s Michael Nader may make his own divorce from obscurity stick

SCENE 115

Delegates to the first cowboy poets convention prove they’re well versed in the West

VIDEO 121

Songwriter Ellie Greenwich leads a pack of wild ones on a video dash down Broadway

MAIL 2

PICKS & PANS 5

Cheryl Ladd finds Romance on the Orient Express on NBC, and The Jewel in the Crown on PBS moves toward a finish

Elvis Presley fans can love him tender, tough or in between in a wide assortment of his movies on videocassette

Woody Allen’s The Purple Rose of Cairo puts Mia Farrow into a movie-within-a-movie fantasy

Darnell Williams and Catherine Hickland are among the daytime dramatizers who talk about their lives in the book Soap Stars

George Benson offers the LP 20/20; Creedence Clearwater Revival alum John Fogerty, Shelly West, Gus Hardin and The Who (in a tour album) are in the racks too

TAKE ONE 23

PEOPLE PUZZLE 112

CHATTER 122

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