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VANITY FAIR Nov 1996 THE MADONNA DIARIES!ReneeZellweger

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1996

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Fashion

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Madonna November 1996 VANITY FAIR Magazine. Issue Date: November 1996, Number 435. Exclusive Interview and Photoshoot, "The Madonna Diaries" Inside In this issue; Dennis Hopper, Peter Beard, Natalie Portman, Renee Zellweger, Larry Flint, Versace ad featuring Kate Moss, and more. Beautiful feature on Madonna with 8 full page photographs! Also a great feature and full page sexy feature of Renee Zellweger. COVER: Exclusive! The MADONNA Diaries. Her Baby, Her live as Evita, Her dreams and heartache. With a spectacular 10-page Madonna portfolio by Mario Testino. FEATURES: MADONNA'S PRIVATE DIARIES: In a Vanity Fair exclusive, Madonna shares her fears about motherhood, the brutal demands of filming Evita, and her passionate kinship with Eva Peron. Photographs by Mario Testino. HOFFA'S LABORS: Richard J. Burbridge spotlights James P Hoffa, who David Kamp finds is in a fierce campaign to fill his father's shoes and remake the Teamsters union. LIFE AFTER STEVE: Courtney Ross, wealthy widow of legendary Time Warner chairman Steve Ross, has built an eclectic, unconventional girls' school around their daughter, Nicole. In the Hamptons, Michael Shnayerson shadows the visionary and feared queen of New Age education. Photographs by Mary Ellen Mark. SAGE OF INNOCENCE: Eika Aoshima and David Kamp spotlight 15-year-old Natalie Portman, who passed up Lolita for primmer roles in Mars Attacks! and Everyone Says I Love You. LORD OF THE RING: Finding the powerful ringside shots of longtime Daily News photographer Charles Hoff collected in a new book, Gay Talese puts his glove on boxing's gut appeal. SPACE INVADERS: Director Tim Burton gives advance warning of Mars Attacks!, his sci-fi spoof, with a look at his alien etchings. AFRICAN DREAMER: Being gored by a rampaging elephant was just the latest chapter in the eccentric saga of Peter Beard-- photographer, artist, and playboy. As a Beard retrospective opens in Paris, Leslie Bennetts swings by Hog Ranch, his Kenya retreat. Photographs by Brigitte Lacombe. COLUMNS: DAY OF THE JACKALS: Strategist Dick Morris, once hailed as Bill Clinton's political savior, became the White House's latest bete noire. Following the sex scandal that led to Morris's resignation, Marjorie Williams discovers that his relationship with Clinton was a study in betrayal--on both sides. DIOR'S COUTURE D'ETAT: As the Metropolitan Museum of Art mounts a show on Christian Dior's legacy, Laura Jacobs recalls the 1947 shock of his "New Look" unveiling in Paris. INVITATION TO THE BALL: They do give parties like they used to, Jody Shields reports, and when San Francisco doyenne Dodie Rosekrans created an Arabian Night for her granddaughter's debut, Todd Eberle and Dafydd Jones took their cameras. O. J.' S GHOST: Larry Schiller's controversial multimedia career was capped by his curious role at the center of the Simpson trial. David Margolick profiles the audacious author of American Tragedy Photograph by Annie Leibovitz. RIVIERA ROSEBUD: With the Saint-Tropez watercolor reveries Orson Welles painted as a children's book for his daughter due out in facsimile, Matt Tyrnauer notes this intriguing addition to the Welles oeuvre. THE GRIPES OF ROTH: In a searing excerpt from her forthcoming memoir, actress Claire Bloom reveals the highs and lows of her tortured marriage to author Philip Roth. HUSTLER WITH A CAUSE: Christopher Hitchens previews Milo Forman's controversial biopic, The People vs. Larry Flynt, and rules that the sleazebag publisher of Hustler is an authentic American hero. Portrait by Annie Leibovitz. VANITIES: RENEE SEASON: Diane Von Furstenberg sets The Table; Kenneth J. Lane gets real with George Wayne; Barry Blitt's reins on Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. ET CETERA: EDITOR'S LETTER: The Pirates of Penance. CONTRIBUTORS. LETTERS: Times, Gentlemen. CREDITS. PLANETARIUM: Find a mantra, Scorpio. SOCIAL STUDY: Dennis Hopper has a close brush with the Proust Questionnaire. Magazine is in overall good or better condition. Magazine has not been inspected page by page. I have only thumbed through it. 2 advertisement pages of J.B. Hudson jewelry have been torn out.
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