People: Jul. 3, 1964

"I am greedy. I want to live while I'm alive," French Cinewaif Leslie Caron, 33, told Hollywood Columnist Sheilah Graham. Sheilah understood, but Leslie's husband, Director Peter Hall, didn't. Filing suit for one of those messy British divorces, he named Cinemactor Warren Beatty, 27, as the man with whom she had committed adultery in Chicago, Jamaica and Beverly Hills. Blue eyes somber beneath her gamine bangs, Leslie flew in to London from Paris to see her children, Jennifer, 5, and Christopher, 7. At Hall's request, a London court had barred her from taking...

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