By People Staff
July 15, 1991 12:00 PM

STAR TRACKS 6

Julia Roberts and Jason Patric dine and dive, O.J. Simpson watches himself bumble, Michael Dukakis goes to the head of the class, and more

UP FRONT

34 Gruff, tenacious Justice Thurgood Marshall hangs up his Supreme Court robes after 24 years of fighting for the little guy

38 Paul McCartney returns to the scene of his mop-top triumphs and gets a mixed reception for his longhair debut, the Liverpool Oratorio

40 Oprah toppled Phil again, and Susan Lucci made it 12 straight—losses, that is—as the 18th annual Daytime Emmys played prime time for the first time

42 More than 20 years after her husband died in combat in Vietnam, Brenda Reed wins a campaign to get him a Silver Star

COUPLES 47

After spinning skyward in the summer fantasy film The Rocketeer, Bill Campbell lands blissfully on cloud nine with costar Jennifer Connelly

ROYALS 53

When Prince Charles feels his disks are amiss, he has physiotherapist Sarah Key lean on him

COVER 58

After a brave three-month battle with pancreatic cancer, Michael Landon, America’s beloved prairie papa, crosses his final frontier

CONTROVERSY 64

Janez Jansa, a pacifist and journalist with no military training or battlefield experience, is the Norman Schwarzkopf of tiny, breakaway Slovenia

SCREEN 67

As he did in Airplane! director David Zucker fires a Gatling gun of gags in The Naked Gun 2½, but this time there’s a message too

ON THE MOVE 71

With “Baby, Baby,” Christian music superstar Amy Grant is born again as a pop princess

BOB 75

Ubiquity, thy name is Bob. Two writers burrow into the nature of Bobness, querying Denver, Dole, Hope and other exemplars of the breed

ANGELS 77

Young ballerinas bloom in the homeless shelters of Harlem, thanks to teacher and dance-company director Diana Byer

MEDICS 81

Doctors who sent the organs and tissues of murder victim Pete Norwood to 55 recipients no idea he was infected with the AIDS virus

PAGES 85

Look to generations, not genes, to understand individual character and the flux of history, say two pop historians. William Strauss and Neil Howe

PARTY 90

When Arnold Schwarzenegger calls, Whoopi Goldberg, Dudley Moore and 1,800 other people come—to Terminator 2’s big opening bash

MAIL 4

PICKS & PANS 9

THE INSIDER 33

PASSAGES 89

CHATTER 92

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