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Sally Starr

Otherwise known as Your Gal Sal rose to fame in the 50s & 60s hosting her own daily children’s show Popeye Theatre which ran from 1949 to 1971. The glitzy, blonde cowgirl also appeared on radio and commercials, mostly i...Read More

Fay Wray

She was best remembered as the “Scream Queen” or the “beauty who killed the beast” in the 1931 classic King Kong. Although she made dozens of movies throughout the 20s & 30s none of them could outshine...Read More

Nancy Parsons

Little-known TV actress of the 60s & 70s became famous in her over-the-top portrayals of obese villianesses. Most notably Ida in the silly MOTEL HELL (1981) and as the beastly Beulah Balbricker in the PORKY’S trilogy of...Read More

Kelly McGillis

She was the luminescent, wholesome beauty who became Harrison Ford’s leading lady in the 1985 hit thriller Witness She even gained 30 lbs. and actually hid-out in a real amish home to make her portrayal more realistic. The f...Read More

Judy Carne

Judy Carne was the swinging,bikini-clad,graffiti-covered British cutie who made the catch-phrase “sock it to me” a household word during the first two seasons of the popular Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. Howeve...Read More

Yvonne Craig

Yvonne Craig starred in various 50’s & 60’s movies such as By Love Possessed, The Gene Krupa Story and How To Frame a Figg, at one time dated Elvis Presley; she is most remebered for her role as Batgirl in the fin...Read More

Lulu Roman

“Little LuLu” Roman was the jovial,often hilarious, 300-lb honey from the long-running country variety series Hee Haw throughout the 70s & 80s. LuLu eventually became a featured gospel artist in 1985 with her solo...Read More

Kamal Ahmed & John G. Brennan

A couple of guys who parlayed too much spare time and a bunch of crank phone calls into a comedic sensation which culminated in a Grammy Nomination for comedy and a feature length movie in the mid-90’s...Read More

Gillian Anderson

One half of the X-Files wonder duo, playing Agent Dana Scully alongside David Duchovny’s character Fox Mulder....Read More

Michael Parks

A reader requested this one, he was the star of a TV series called Then Came Bronson in 1969 (when I was two)....Read More