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August 7, 1988 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
You don't always need $45 million worth of inspired "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" animation to achieve cartoon nirvana. In fact, New Order's "Blue Monday '88" clip neatly blends live action and animation antics, while giving a playful spin to the dour British popsters' cult single.
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August 7, 1988 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN
You don't always need $45 million worth of inspired "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" animation to achieve cartoon nirvana. In fact, New Order's "Blue Monday '88" clip neatly blends live action and animation antics, while giving a playful spin to the dour British popsters' cult single.
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August 3, 1987 | NIKKI FINKE, Times Staff Writer
Let's face it. Only in Los Angeles can a woman faint in a courtroom and suddenly find producers clamoring to have her act in a TV Movie of the Week based on her life. "L.A. is crazy, and I love it," says 23-year-old Romina Danielson, the "other woman" in the much-publicized Joan Collins-Peter Holm divorce trial. "I always knew I was going to become a star." First there was Jessica Hahn, who broke open the Jim Bakker scandal. Then Donna Rice, who brought down Gary Hart.
NEWS
August 3, 1987 | NIKKI FINKE, Times Staff Writer
Let's face it. Only in Los Angeles can a woman faint in a courtroom and suddenly find producers clamoring to have her act in a TV Movie of the Week based on her life. "L.A. is crazy, and I love it," says 23-year-old Romina Danielson, the "other woman" in the much-publicized Joan Collins-Peter Holm divorce trial. "I always knew I was going to become a star." First there was Jessica Hahn, who broke open the Jim Bakker scandal. Then Donna Rice, who brought down Gary Hart.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1988 | EDMUND NEWTON, Times Staff Writer
It took 15 months, but the marriage between "Dynasty" star Joan Collins and former Swedish pop singer Peter Holm was finally laid to rest Monday in a Los Angeles courtroom. A settlement was reached after 4 1/2 hours of hard bargaining and a face-to-face meeting between the estranged pair. The final division of property, hashed out in the closed courtroom of Superior Court Judge Kenneth A. Black, appeared to produce no clear-cut winner.
NEWS
July 24, 1987 | ROXANE ARNOLD, Times Staff Writer
It was the stuff of prime-time soap opera at its best. And at its worst. There was Joan Collins, as glamorous as the venal Alexis she plays on television's torrid "Dynasty," sashaying her way across the courtroom in a canary yellow bolero jacket and tight white skirt. She laughed. She wept. She charmed. There was onetime Swedish rock star Peter Holm, tall and nattily dressed in a shimmering gray silk Italian suit, his coiffed blond hair hitting just below the collar.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1987 | ROXANE ARNOLD, Times Staff Writer
Score one for Joan Collins. The sultry star of television's steamy "Dynasty" series won the first round Friday in a bitter court battle with her estranged husband, Peter Holm, when a Los Angeles judge upheld a premarital pact limiting the former Swedish pop star to 20% of the actress' earnings during their 13-month union.
NEWS
August 17, 1987 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, Times Staff Writer
Once, they bought their clothing in the most exclusive boutiques from Rodeo Drive to the Via Condotti--$400 crocodile shoes, fine furs, dazzling gems. Now, they are airing their dirty linen in Superior Court. The fun couple, Joan Collins and Peter Holm, are to return at 9:15 a.m.
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