Margot Dougherty

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Latest from Margot Dougherty
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Though Tackled by Lou Gehrig's Disease, Coach Charlie Wedemeyer and Family Still Show How to Win
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Gogo Fuller's Sassy Skeletal Jewelry Is Not for the Spineless
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Zsa Zsa Gabor Has Been Courted Before, but This Time It's a Trial
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What Hath John Waters Wrought? A Musical with a Cast You Wouldn't Believe
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Ali-Dada's Arabian Night
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That Old Devil William Blatty Is Filming a New Exorcist Like a Man Possessed
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Tiring of Life Without Freedom, Quadriplegic David Rivlin Chooses to Die Among Friends
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With Max Headroom Behind Him, Matt Frewer Mad-Libs Through Doctor, Doctor and a Smash Film
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Critically Injured in Filming, Karate Kid Bad Boy Sean Kanan Rallies to Fight to the Finish
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Kay Kent Died the Way She Lived—as a Mirror of Marilyn Monroe
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With Two Steamy New Roles, Jackie Bisset Is on a Burn from Brazil to Beverly Hills
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Cindy Williams and Bill Hudson Really Do Act Just Like Family
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Earth Girls Didn't Come Easy for the Unsinkable Julie Brown, but Success Has Been Topsy-Turvy
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Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis Are Named as Prime Suspects in Moonlighting's Untimely Death
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She Wore Serious Satin and Tulle, but Debbie Harmon Made Her 'I Do's' Sheer Sitcom
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Dom's Son Peter Deluise Juggles a Job on 21 Jump Street and Life with a Wife 1,078 Miles Away
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David Keith Gets Back in Uniform as Ollie North, the Officer and Gentleman of Guts & Glory
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Model Joe Lara Answers the Call of the Jungle as Tv's New Tarzan
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Richard Pryor's Funny Girl, Rain, Shines in Tv's Head of the Class
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Meet the New Patti D'Arbanville, Star of Wiseguy and Wired, No Longer Just Don Johnson's Ex
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The 'Burbs' Big Guy, Rick Ducommun, Is Half the Man He Used to Be
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Elizabeth Hurley, British Ex-Punkster, Turns TV Heroine with a Christabel That Rings True
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Finally on the Yupswing, Newhart's Preppy Peter Scolari Finds Love the Second Time Around
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Diane Lane, with a New Husband and No Fear of Flying, Takes Wing Again in Lonesome Dove