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I loved both the Starsky & Hutch guys but Paul was the best. I loved his dark hair. I also loved Davey Jones. I couldn't wait to get home from school and watch The Monkees!   I also loved Greg E

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I liked Johnny Gage too.

i have never heard of this one... I gotta to go google him

 

i have never heard of this one... I gotta to go google him

well that didn't help...after googling Johhny Gage I found a lot but still have no clue whi he is and have never heard of his shows...lol

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OMG, How could I forget David Cassidy? I think he was the only young guy I liked :) .

Also James Garner in Rockford Files and Paul Michael Glasier (sp) in Starsky and Hutch.

Wait...Davey Jones from The Monkees, make that two younger guys.

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I loved both the Starsky & Hutch guys but Paul was the best. I loved his dark hair. I also loved Davey Jones. I couldn't wait to get home from school and watch The Monkees!

 

I also loved Greg Evigan. I had a poster of him hanging in my room. He was a hunk!

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i have never heard of this one... I gotta to go google him

 

 

well that didn't help...after googling Johhny Gage I found a lot but still have no clue whi he is and have never heard of his shows...lol

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My main teenage crushes were not on actors. My BIGGEST teenage crush was on Johnny Bench, catcher for the Big Red Machine (Cincinnati Reds 1970s). I had a poster of him on my wall.

 

In fact, I had three posters on my walls. The one of Johnny Bench, one of a baseball pitcher by the name of Denny McLain and one of.......a Big Mac. :rofl: Seriously!

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My main teenage crushes were not on actors. My BIGGEST teenage crush was on Johnny Bench, catcher for the Big Red Machine (Cincinnati Reds 1970s). I had a poster of him on my wall.

 

In fact, I had three posters on my walls. The one of Johnny Bench, one of a baseball pitcher by the name of Denny McLain and one of.......a Big Mac. :rofl: Seriously!

I was rather fond of Johnny Bench too, since I lived in Indianapolis and we were all Reds fans. There was also Joe Namath. I don't remember having any posters on my walls though.

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I absolutely LOVED Johnny Bench. :wub:

 

Joe Namath I could take or leave.

 

I was a rabid baseball fan during high school and wanted to be a sportscaster. Of course that was BEFORE the first female sportscaster.

 

I was rather fond of Johnny Bench too, since I lived in Indianapolis and we were all Reds fans. There was also Joe Namath. I don't remember having any posters on my walls though.

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Jodie Foster

Melissa Gilbert

Kristy McNichol- Family, Little Darlings

Tatum O'Neal- Little Darlings

Dana Plato- Different strokes (ok we are all allowed on mistake)

Sara Gilbert- Roseanne

Kerri Green- Summer Rental, Lucas

Kim Richards - Return from witch mountain

Nancy McKeon- The Facts Of Life

Leelee Sobieski-Eyes Wide Shut, Never Been Kissed. The glass house, (ok THERE IS A LITTLE AGE GAP THERE, so shoot me.)

Christina Ricci- Monster (She's 30 not THAT much of an age gap)

 

And a few others I cant think of at the moment.

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Jodie Foster

Melissa Gilbert

Kristy McNichol- Family, Little Darlings

Tatum O'Neal- Little Darlings

Dana Plato- Different strokes (ok we are all allowed on mistake)

Sara Gilbert- Roseanne

Kerri Green- Summer Rental, Lucas

Kim Richards - Return from witch mountain

Nancy McKeon- The Facts Of Life

Leelee Sobieski-Eyes Wide Shut, Never Been Kissed. The glass house, (ok THERE IS A LITTLE AGE GAP THERE, so shoot me.)

Christina Ricci- Monster (She's 30 not THAT much of an age gap)

 

And a few others I cant think of at the moment.

 

 

i like your list.

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My main teenage crushes were not on actors. My BIGGEST teenage crush was on Johnny Bench, catcher for the Big Red Machine (Cincinnati Reds 1970s). I had a poster of him on my wall.

 

In fact, I had three posters on my walls. The one of Johnny Bench, one of a baseball pitcher by the name of Denny McLain and one of.......a Big Mac. :rofl: Seriously!

 

Before or after his prison terms. :rofl:

 

I have met him several times, he is actually are really nice guy.

 

 

Christina Ricci- Monster (She's 30 not THAT much of an age gap)

 

Leelee Sobieski-Eyes Wide Shut, Never Been Kissed. The glass house, (ok THERE IS A LITTLE AGE GAP THERE, so shoot me.)

 

Don't forget Rose McGown, pre-Marlyn Mason days. (so hot in scream 2)

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Nope, you're thinking of Pete Rose, not Johnny Bench. I don't think Johnny ever did any time unless you count the first marriage. :rofl:

 

Before or after his prison terms. :rofl:

 

I have met him several times, he is actually are really nice guy.

 

 

 

Christina Ricci- Monster (She's 30 not THAT much of an age gap)

 

Leelee Sobieski-Eyes Wide Shut, Never Been Kissed. The glass house, (ok THERE IS A LITTLE AGE GAP THERE, so shoot me.)

 

Don't forget Rose McGown, pre-Marlyn Mason days. (so hot in scream 2)

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True. I forgot about that. He got back into baseball and I forgot all about the prison time.

 

I saw his debut with the Braves. For probably 5 minutes, over 52,000 people were on their feet applauding him as he walked to the mound. :cray: It was beautiful! Most moving game I ever attended. And those were the days when the Braves couldn't get 5200 people at the games!

 

I think he was referring to Denny McLain.

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I liked Clint Eastwood on Rawhide and I thought Dick Van Dyke was cute on his show. Wonder Woman was pretty hot.

I love Dick Van Dyke, I wanted to be Laura Petree, I love the clothes she wore on that show!!!!! And the kicker is, is that show came on before I was even born!!!!!

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I love Dick Van Dyke, I wanted to be Laura Petree, I love the clothes she wore on that show!!!!! And the kicker is, is that show came on before I was even born!!!!!

Ok, youngun, I remember the show well. There were also a couple of good-looking guys on Mission Impossible I think, can't remember their names. And then there was Hawkeye.

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Ugh!! Same here. Remember it very well. In fact, my mom told me many, many times that my very first favorite on TV was Fred Allen. I have NO memory of that but she said I would sit and watch him every week and I must have been all of two. MAYBE.

 

I loved Peter Graves on Mission Impossible. He was by far and away my favorite on there. I always did like the older guys, though. ;)

 

Ok, youngun, I remember the show well. There were also a couple of good-looking guys on Mission Impossible I think, can't remember their names. And then there was Hawkeye.

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My hubby has never said so, but I'm quite sure he really liked her in "Smokey and the Bandit". He gets this "look" when her Boniva commercial comes on. :rofl:

 

 

Never thought a commercial for grannies would be hot, but........ :D

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OK, call me nuts (it's happened before) but now that we have RTV I just LOVE to watch "Streets of Laredo". I have fallen for William Smith who played Joe. Hubba, hubba! Then AND now. He is one guy who has gotten better with age.

What is RTV?

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