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May 27, 1990 | From United Press International
Actor Robert Wagner and actress Jill St. John were married Saturday at the actor's home, Wagner's publicist said. Wagner, 60, and St. John, 49, were married in a small private ceremony in the garden of the actor's home in Pacific Palisades, publicist Alan Nierob said. Nierob said Wagner, the former husband of the late Natalie Wood, and St.
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May 27, 1990 | From United Press International
Actor Robert Wagner and actress Jill St. John were married Saturday at the actor's home, Wagner's publicist said. Wagner, 60, and St. John, 49, were married in a small private ceremony in the garden of the actor's home in Pacific Palisades, publicist Alan Nierob said. Nierob said Wagner, the former husband of the late Natalie Wood, and St.
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April 5, 1990 | JEANNINE STEIN
The Scene: Ultra-hip, ultra-crowded party to celebrate photographer Greg Gorman's new book, "Volume I," Tuesday night at Muse, where black and white Gorman photos of Divine, Andy Warhol, Pee-wee Herman, Michelle Pfeiffer and Michael Jackson decorated the walls. Celebs, pouty-lipped models, artists, art directors, writers and photographers crammed themselves into the restaurant to scarf up hors d'oeuvres and wish Gorman well.
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March 27, 1990 | BETTY GOODWIN
The Scene: A pre-Oscar party Sunday night at L'Orangerie restaurant; its sole intent was to provide Hollywood executives, actors, insiders, columnists, and, yes, nominees one more opportunity to prognosticate and pontificate on Monday night's outcome. No speeches. No honoree. Harry Winston jewelers and Relais & Chateaux, the international restaurant and hotel directory, just wanted to throw a party. The Buzz: Oscar shoptalk. Shoe-ins. Party overload.
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