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Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by Extra Point, Oct 18, 2019.
Speaking of Baywatch, Pamela Anderson certainly had her day...
ShadowLight mentioned Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C.
haha, yes she did. Looks like really bad now, but in her day.. wowza
Nice contributions...This thread is either a welcome distraction from those who want to destroy us or an opiate to get us wiped out sooner. All I can say is I'm enjoying it...
I think this is a great picture. Natural. And I've always had a thing for tomboy types. The kind of gal you take fishing for a first date and she shows up with her own pole and tackle box.
And you might want to get your eyes checked Flint.
Here is a group of beautiful women.
Doz be a buncha rayciss womenz!!
Here’s a picture from a “bad” country during an “evil” time. Everyone happy, no fatties. The woman front center and the woman on the left are particularly stunning.
Of the ten pictures shown by Charles Martel I've identified 3 of them. Number 3 is Brigitte Bardot, number 6 is Audrey Hepburn and number 7 is Veronica Lake. Some of the others look familiar but I can't quite put a name to them.
Who are the others?
Emelia Clarke, Grace Kelly, Bardot, Pam Anderson, Olivia De Havilland, Hepburn, Lake, Diane Kruger, Rebecca Romijn, and Jean Simmons.
I'll take Adrienne Barbeau over the Kadashians clan any day. Barbeau like them is half Armenian (on her mother's side). Obviously some French on her father's side. If she doesn't get your attention consider yourself dead.
Another dark haired sexy cute and smart type was Suzanne Pleshette. She was in her twenties when she appeared in "The Birds" which is an all time classic movie.
Could someone, Shadowlight, please post some photos of the following:
Maybe not in anyone's top five, but they looked pretty good in their day!
Below is a picture of Natalie Wood and Dyan Cannon in the sex comedy "Bob, Ted, Carol and Alice." Cannon I believe is half Jewish and married Cary Grant ( arguably the greatest actor who ever lived) and had a child together. Wood was from the Russian wilderness and her death to this day is clouded in suspicion. I agree she was gorgeous. Note their mini skirts. Women wear damn jeans these days. Civilization is going backwards.
Then there is Randi Oakes from a tiny town in Iowa. She was featured on "Chips" but her main claim to fame for me were her sexy appearances on the "Battle of the Network Stars" which were a hoot. See below All American gal Randi in action on that show.
Actress Gloria Grahame. Active in movies from the 1940s through the 1970s.
English actress Vivien Leigh. She starred in Gone With the Wind.
Actress Mary Tyler Moore. She was in the Dick Van Dyke Show and the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Her great grandfather was a colonel in the Confederate Army.
I have to admit, Mary Tyler Moore in the old Black and White-filmed Dick Van Dyke show was absolutely a crush of mine. big time:
Although "Clash By Night" (1952) was headlined by stellar stars Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Ryan, young Marilyn Monroe blew up the screen with her unfettered sexuality. This was the so called staid 1950's yet you would be hard pressed to see a young female actress in mainstream movies these days give off such overt feminine carnality. To put a fine point on it she was sex on a stick!!
Below is a photo shot from that film.
Since it is Halloween why not add a spooky edge to the proceedings. Barbara Steele the sexy raven haired horror movie staple is worth a mention. She starred in the Italian Gothic Horror picture "Black Sunday" (1960). Truly spooky. Classy stuff. These days ham fisted over the top violence rules the roost in horror schlock which is a shame. I like the old masters like Hitchcock.
Steele had those dangerously beautiful dark features that lures men in.