|photos courtesy of sitcomsonline.com|
|Melissa Sue Anderson wears a pretty|
off-the-shoulder dress popular in the
late 1970's. She also sports a Farrah
style feathered hairstyle
|Suzanne Somers has the figure to pull|
off that tube top without a bra
|Bonnie Franklin has that scoop to|
her hair. The sequin dress was such a
70's style favourite
|Michele Lee plays the diva actress with|
style that reminds me of the old silent
movie days. Fernando Lamas looks dashing,
but a polka dot tux?!
|Scatman Crothers is surrounded by 70's|
beauties. This was the era of going
"au naturel" when bras were optional
and silicone implants were not common
|Don Adams again bravely wearing|
pink plaid with lots of gold jewellery.
He looks preppy and sleezy!
|Anson Williams looks dashing but wow,|
look at his poofy hair!
|Robert Reed again with Pamela Bellwood|
who is wearing the off-the-shoulder type
dress and the popular flower in her hair
|Here is Tina Louise post Gilligan's Island.|
Dashing Lyle Waggoner sports the large
bow tie and notice he's smoking at the
|Lyle Waggoner looks more Bruce Jenner|
than someone going to lie by the pool. He
looks quite fit!
|Scott Baio looks like all the boys I liked |
in elementary school, with the 70's style
Adidas style sports shirt
|Preteen fashions were well represented|
by Kristy McNichol. Cute cotton dress
with a matching blue flower in her hair
|Kristy McNichol a popular hippy style|
tunic top. I wore those all the time
with my bell bottoms. That slightly feathered
almost boy hair cut was so popular back then
|Sirens are going off! Loni Anderson|
fills that sleek dress very well
I hope that you have enjoyed strolling through memory lane with me. This blog is a bit of an self-indulgent move to talk about one of my favourite tv shows from the past.
Enjoy a cruise aboard the Love Boat...