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Dakota Lane

Calvin Klein's touchy ad campaign

That 116-page Calvin Klein ad supplement to Vanity Fair, shot by photographer Bruce Weber, is steaming up certain newsstands this month with its black-and-white pictorials of pectorals and other naked, gleaming body parts. But one explicit image really stands out — a photo-within-a-photo of a man flipping a big fat finger to the camera. The finger man is rock promoter Bill Graham, circa 1967, and now he’s flipping his lid because he claims no one asked for permission to use the old picture.

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Saturday morning cartoons

The Saturday-morning cartoons your kid will be watching this fall are rife with cross-pollination. Look for such sources as Off Broadway theater (Fox’s Little Shop), movies (CBS’ Back to the Future, ABC’s Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters, Fox’s Beetlejuice), and books (CBS’ Where’s Waldo?). There are also a few personality-driven spin-offs, including ABC’s Hammerman, with , rapper M.C. Hammer, and NBC’s WishKid Starring Macaulay Culkin.

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