Daily News from New York, New York on January 28, 1983 · 12
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Daily News from New York, New York · 12

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In Hollywood they hate the National Enquirer and its snoops with a deep abiding passion. So there has been a fairly understated and sympathetic reaction to this week's revelations by the tabloid that Johnny Carson is seeing actress Sally Field. The Enquirer printed several photos of Johnny and Sally sunbathing together cozily on the deck of his Malibu house. They showed Sally's car with her special license plates parked outside. And also a picture of Johnny fending off lens-men while Sally walked behind him 'with her long hair covering her face as they went out to dinner at La Scala. Some people have gone so far as' to suggest that these pictures were "faked." I don't think so. Johnny's friends believe he is simply now making his own kind of statement by his actions. Says one, "he doesn't even go out to restaurants. And anybody willing to go be seen at La Scala by the world is certainly not anybody with anything to hide. It is so completely unlike Johnny that either he wants to embarrass Joanna by the i ton nviniea rrihi i t m. Richard Gere: Barbra on his arm action or else he is just finally saying, take it or leave it, this is what I'm doing." RECENTLY THIS column printed that the Enquirer has a 24-hour watch on Carson. The tabloid is determined to prove its original story of March 1981, stating that his marriage to third wife, Joanna, is definitely on the rocks and that they were right on this almost two years ago. (At the time the tabloid was stung when Carson denounced them and their story on the "Tonight" show.) Enquirer insiders say . there is another 24-hour watch on Joanna Carson, because the tabloid is sitting on a story of her alleged interest in a major TV executive. "They are only waiting to get photos of her with this man to go with the story," says one Enquirer tattler. All of this saddens friends of Johnny and Joanna. They remember only a few months ago when Johnny gave that surprise anniversary party for his wife in the same Beverly Hills Hotel suite where they had honeymooned. At this party, Carson toasted his wife, praised her to the skies, and said how he'd be in terrible trouble without her. In the last year, Carson bought his wife two multimillion-dollar apartments one in New York's Trump Tower for $3 million and another in the Pierre Hotel Sally Field: unquiet dinner for two for $2 million after Joanna decided she'd prefer the conveniences of room service, etc. Carson has always been super generous with his wife and today she owns a small valuable collection of top-drawer art as a result of his letting her say "yes, I'll take that" and "I'll take this" as she likes. Not long ago, Carson gifted Joanna with a piece of jewefry worth $250,000 in what some think was an effort to patch things up. " Since he is believed to be one of the richest men in show business, worth at least $70 million, speculation is astronomic as to what might constitute a - settlement between the Carsons if push comes to shove. It appears Mrs. Carson could end up with something like $35,000,000. NOW THE other Hollywood excitement was the appearance of Barbra Streisand on the arm of Richard Gere ' at a recent party in Brentwood. Gere's regular girlfriend, Brazilian artist Syl-vinha Martins, was out of town. Barbra seemed awfully interested and involved with the younger star of "An Officer and a Gentleman." Gere just : finished filming a remake of "Breathless" in Los Angeles. RONA BARRETTS big exclusive in her expensive newsletter is one to make "Charlie's Angels" fans happy. Producer Aaron Spelling plans to re- vive this show in a changed and updated version, making its pilot in -March. This time the angels will number four and one will be beautiful and black. Les girls will portray models who are also undercover detectives. This is all part of the trend to revive "jiggle" on TV since "beefcake" has bombed so of late. DALLAS has gone wild for Joe Namath, who opened to raves in "The Rainmaker" at Granny's Dinner Playhouse, where he'll spend the next two months co-starring with Carol Lyn- ley Speaking of football (weren't we?), Jets superstar Richard Todd is such a good sport he'll host a party Sunday in Studio 54 and run the film of the Super Bowl. Todd will narrate the game from the deejay's booth with his beautiful wife, Lulu, by his side Another big event tomorrow late at Hisae's on E. 58th when "Dreamgirls" celebrates its anniversary. Casts of both the L.A. and New York shows will be there. The California crew began rehearsals in NYC this week. Michael Bennett does love to fete his little . dream darlings. He thinks they deserve : it

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