People, Aug. 21, 1978

Supermodel Margaux Hemingway can spot a good makeup job—even in the valley of the Amazon. "I'd rather be made up with this than with mascara and all," she joked about the berry paint used by the local Makiritare Indians. Margaux and her father Jack Hemingway, eldest son of Ernest and an ex-stockbroker, spent 15 days in Venezuela to co-star in an upcoming ABC documentary about the people and wildlife in the jungle. "I was the first white woman in the Indian camp," she says. "They wanted to touch my breasts to prove I wasn't...

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