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MADONNA: THE SHOW GOES ON WITHOUT SEAN
[FINAL EDITION, C]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Gene Siskel, Movie columnist
Date: Aug 2, 1987
Start Page: 3
Section: TEMPO
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That's what Madonna said were her parting words to her husband, actor Sean Penn, before he went to a California jail Friday to begin serving the first part of 60-day sentence for punching a movie extra.

Madonna was in Chicago for a Friday-night concert before 47,000 screaming, joyful fans in Soldier Field, where her powerhouse dancing to such hits as "Papa Don't Preach" and "Material Girl" easily replaced memories of the Chicago Bears' Super Bowl Shuffle.

"They bait Sean in ways I can't even tell you," Madonna said, on this, her day off in between concerts. The next stop on her tour is Sunday night in Alpine Valley, Wis.

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