Time capsule

March 1996
Entertainment Weekly;3/29/96, Issue 320, p78
Takes a look back at entertainment as of March 28, 1982. The number one pop song--`I Love Rock 'n' Roll,' by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts; `Joanie Loves Chachi' as a hit television show; The book `Jane Fonda's Workout Book' on the nonfiction list; The motion picture `Death Wish II,' starring Charles Bronson.


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