What Happens When A Magazine Prank Calls Hollywood Assistants In 1997

Neon, a British film magazine published in the ’90s, once thought it’d be funny to try to get Kevin Bacon, Tom Cruise, and Meryl Streep to endorse phony products. Kevin Bacon’s Bacon, anyone?

1. Part 1: In which Neon magazine calls Kevin Bacon’s publicist to see if he’d like to be the face of “Kevin Bacon Bacon.”

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3. Part 2: The attempt to get Meryl Streep to narrate a French language instruction cassette.

5. Part 3: How about The Tom Cruise Color of Money Pool Table for Children?

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