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  • Re: Who Was Your Dream Girl Of The 70s?

    Originally posted by Zincubus View Post
    It was a funny set up wasn’t it ..

    Absolutely beautiful looking Jaclyn Smith, stunning body and hair of Farrah Fawcet Majors then you had the very , very plain looking , completely shapeless , flat chested one


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    Kate jackson?
    Ejector seat?...your jokin!

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    • Re: Who Was Your Dream Girl Of The 70s?

      Originally posted by tex View Post
      Kate jackson?
      Thatís the one ... .. I often wonder why she was chosen . Maybe she knew the producer or something


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      • Re: Who Was Your Dream Girl Of The 70s?

        Iíve just seen two of my old pin ups on the tv show -Page 3 The Naked Truth .

        Jilly Johnson and Nina Carter ..



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        • Suzanne Pleshette
          https://herbiejpilato.medium.com/suz...w-e72dad2d862f

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          • Joanna Lumley.
            Jan Francis.
            Mariette Hartley.
            Suzie Quatro.


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            • Originally posted by Wirral Writer View Post
              Who was your Dream Girl of the seventies? I had a few, and here they are (in no particular order of beauty):

              Sally Thomsett
              Jenny Hanley
              Clodagh Rogers
              Agnetha from ABBA
              Donna Mills
              Mary Hopkin
              Sally Carr, the blonde girl from the pop group Middle of the Road
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              Farrah Fawcett Majors was my first dream girl, even though i was only 13. Pam Dawber from mork and mindy was another favourite

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              • Rhapsody Angel

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                • Iv'e got to give Cindy Kent a mention!
                  She put on a solo perfomance at my primary school one afternoon when I was eight, probably my first ever gig.
                  It was definitely a case of goodbye Mary Hopkin and hello Cindy.

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                  • Someone should tot up all these votes!

                    A quick scan through the thread suggests it could be a ahem toss-up between these three:

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                    • Originally posted by Cartimand View Post
                      Someone should tot up all these votes!

                      A quick scan through the thread suggests it could be a ahem toss-up between these three:

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                      Oo-er missus!

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                      • Though she was more 60s but still a bit 1970s Judith Durham will always recieve my vote - no matter what she wore she looked amazing even dressed in a Bin-Liner) she'd look amazing

                        80sChav

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                        • Originally posted by 80sChav View Post
                          Though she was more 60s but still a bit 1970s Judith Durham will always recieve my vote - no matter what she wore she looked amazing even dressed in a Bin-Liner) she'd look amazing

                          80sChav
                          Judith Durham was lovely, as was Mary Travers, now there was a face!
                          Not that we should muddy the 60's and 70's of course.

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