People: May 5, 1997


It's not every day that the wife of a government leader is viewed as a sex object. So when Germans opened the January Penthouse, they must have been surprised to see a caricature of a scantily clad Hannelore Kohl, wife of Chancellor Helmut Kohl, in the magazine's "Top 100 Beauties." The Kohls have sued Penthouse and stopped any further printing of the cartoon.

Did Strom Thurmond dream of Fay Wray in his youth? Wray, 89, who made 80 films before 1960, popped up on Capitol Hill last week sans King Kong but with Julius Epstein, who wrote Casablanca,...

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