October 1980
New Yorker;10/13/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 34, p195
The article reports that actor Larry Hagman, who is better known as J. R. Ewing, appeared at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York beside Tom Kearns, winner of the J. R. Lookalike contest. It cites that the three finalists resemble Hagman who arrived on a horse riding outfit with steel-rimmed spectacles.


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