People, Aug. 13, 1979

What's a visit to Washington without a souvenir snapshot with the White House as a backdrop? If you are a VIP tourist like sunny Suzanne Somers or smooth Donald Sutherland, however, the memento is a little more exotic. Shooting scenes in the capital for Nothing Personal, a comedy in which they play two lawyers fighting a nefarious corporation while falling in love with each other, Somers and Sutherland took time out for a peek at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Jimmy Carter was busy and Rosalynn was out of town as they rolled up to the...

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