VANITY FAIR October 1987 Oct 87 ROBERT DE NIRO CHARLES DEMUTH TOM WOLFE +++
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ISSUE DATE: October 1987; Volume 50, Number 10
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COVER: How Weirdo is De Niro? Patricia Bosworth goes in search of the King of Shadows. Robert Do Nero photographedby Brigitte Lacombe.
THE SHADOW KING: ROBERT DE NIRO masks himselffrom the public with consummate skill. Byinterviewing fifty of his friends and associates,Patricia Bosworth uncovers the untouchable star.
THE PRINCESS WHO COULD SAVE MONACO: Theplayground principality has hit a royal problem andPrincess Ira von Furstenberg could solve it -- bymarrying Prince Rainier. Report by Bob Colacello. Portraits by Helmut Newton.
DIVINE DEMUTH: The Whitney Museum opens a rareretrospective on CHARLES DEMUTH, one of our mostelusively fluent early modernists. By Richard Merkin.
THE EVOLUTION OF DANDY TOM: TOM WOLFE nowfaces his own acid test: the publication of his firstnovel. Toby Thompson on the story so far.
NEWTON'S LORE: The past master of erotic fashionphotography, Helmut Newton is redefining hiswork -- particularly with his portraits for Vanity Fair. Interview by Stephen Schiff.
THE IRRESISTIBLE RISE OF BIG BRUCIE: Lawyer BruceCutler's "life-style defense" saved reputed/allegedgodfather John Gotti from the Feds. Ron Rosenbaumcross-examines. Mug shot by Helmut Newton.
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY WACKY:Beyond Monty Python is the Comic Strip, thenext wave of British humor to hit America. By Mary Harron. Photographs by Annie Leibovitz.
COLUMNS: Editor's Letter: October fest.
Letters: Readers bite back.
Mixed Media: James Wolcott on the crumbling of the rock review.
Letter from London: Ian Jack on Mrs. Thatcher's romping yuppies.
Book Marks: James Atlas on Joan Didion's Miami.
Memento Mori: John Heilpern on Michael Bennett.
Movies: Norman Mailer on filming his novel.
Tough Guys Don't Dance.
Cars: Andrée Putman and Mark Ginsburg scale the Renault Alpine.
Wine: Joel L. Fleishman's red-wine time.
FANFAIR: Salle dressing.. . LuPone allure... Freudianschemes... Woods men.. . Shoe in... Elwes actsup... Divorce papers... Club footing... Duffle ornothing... Biedermeier boom... A Fish story...Night-table reading. . . Flashback: Lillian Gish.
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