People: Mar. 30, 1970

In his first movie starring role, he gets to play a nude scene with Ann-Margret—written by her husband Roger Smith. And Joe Namath seems a bit nervous about his part in a motorcycle epic called C.C. Ryder & Company. On a TV show Broadway Joe asked Smith: "Doesn't the thought of having me do a nude scene with your wife bother you?" "Well, yes," allowed Smith. "On those days, I leave the set."

In parakiting, the water skier becomes airborne when his trailing parachute pops open. High above Acapulco Bay, the Secretary was doing...

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