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    Posted: 21 Jul 2014 at 11:33am
My first celebrity crush was Kevin from The Wonder Years. I thought he was so cute. I remember telling my mother that I was going to marry him when I grew up. LOL. I don't have any desire to marry Fred Savage now as an adult, LOL. I threw a temper tantrum when Family Matters replaced The Wonder Years and wondered why this stunking show was airing in Kevin's show time. I like Family Matters by the way. It was just back then, I found it jarring that FM was playing in TWY usual time slot.
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Mine was very like the popular song by The Who ( Pictures Of Lily), because my first crush was for an actress who was rather old at the time of my crush. Myrna Loy. As a kid I saw all of her Thin Man movies where she played the role of Nora Charles. I just loved her looks, her charm, her intelligence, and then I found out that she was also a ginger ( which I have ALWAYS fancied!).
Then my Dad told me that Ms. Loy was even older than my Mum, I was crushed....yet I've never stopped enjoying her films. She's still my favourite actress of all time.
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Toss up between Robert Redford and Paul Newman

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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

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That dreamy hunk Mark Lindsay of the 60's band Paul Revere & the Raiders!!!

He was just sooooo cute!!!!!

Oh wait... that was my sister who had the crush on him.

Sorry...

My first celebrity crush was Anne Francis who starred in the mid 1960's show about a female private eye called Honey West.

I had it bad for her, lemme tell ya!!!


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I dunno, Rerun.  There was a boatload when I was around 10 or 11, but prior to that, here's one:

Shelley Fabares from the Donna Reed Show.



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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:



My first celebrity crush was Anne Francis who starred in the mid 1960's show about a female private eye called Honey West.

I had it bad for her, lemme tell ya!!!



I was just thinking of her as among the many celebs I had a crush on at around the age of 10 or 11.  Other ones include Brigitte Bardot, Joy Lansing and Michelle Phillips.


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I remember one Sunday morning when I was about 8 y/o, I got up & looked at the cover of the weekly TV listings insert in the local Sunday paper, & to my incredible delight, there was her closeup picture on it.

So I went up & down the street, looking for newspapers still lying in people's driveways & took the TV listings out of them.

I think I wound up with about a half a dozen or so!!



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In 5th grade, when we found out Honey West was going to be cancelled, my Catholic school friends and I wrote up a petition, which we sent to ABC.  It must've gotten lost in the mail.


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

In 5th grade, when we found out Honey West was going to be cancelled, my Catholic school friends and I wrote up a petition, which we sent to ABC.  It must've gotten lost in the mail.


You shoulda threatened to egg their cars.

Mighta saved the show.



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The same as every red blooded 6 y/o American boy. Annette Funicello on the Mickey Mouse Club.
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Barbara "Agent 99" Feldon.
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Dawn Wells, but then she got superseded by Priscilla Lane
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The Bangles' frontwoman Susanna Hoffs:



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^ I fell in love with her the first time I saw the video   Walk Like an Egyption.
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In all honesty, I can't remember any...
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I was a little like Jimmy (I can totally relate to that song too!) in that my first crushes were quite a bit older than me...

I first saw Ghostbusters in the theater and it ended up being a toss-up between Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Poor Harold... still in denial about that one...
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I was obsessed with Joe Elliott, the singer from Def Leppard.
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Pam Grier got me kinda excited an'whatnot - but I dumped her for 'The Real Thing' (and avoided the 'sag factor' )
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Pam Grier got me kinda excited an'whatnot - but I dumped her for 'The Real Thing' (and avoided the 'sag factor' )

Maybe her cousin Rosie had something to do with that....Wink
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Originally posted by Hootman Hootman wrote:


Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Pam Grier got me kinda excited an'whatnot - but I dumped her for 'The Real Thing' (and avoided the 'sag factor' )


Maybe her cousin Rosie had something to do with that....Wink

Yup! (what a GREAT man! A person EVERYONE loved!) "...cuz! Dump 'da lil'white chump! He's baaaaad news!..."
Yup! That's exactly what happened.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

^ I fell in love with her the first time I saw the video   Walk Like an Egyption.

Then you'll really enjoy this clip.

From what I understand, she was singing this to you.... Big smile LOL


And this cover of a great old Simon & Garfunkel tune, from the same SNL episode was cool too...


...too bad it's kind of crappy video quality.

Enjoy.




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