Regarding Fred Dryer's jeans that were "worn" on the right side of his crotch, I remember that people sometimes used sandpaper to "brighten up" that area. Just saying. How can you leave out Jan Michael Vincent on "Airwolf"? Michael, my love
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Six Million Dollar Stud: Lee Majors, Ladies’ Man in Chief - Flashbak
That phone scene in "Ice Castles" I walked around in a daze for weeks after seeing it. Gil Gerard, always worth my drool!!! As for James Mason, I never really viewed him as a hottie My apologies to any D. Why don't you include actor John Hart somewhere on your site. Thanks for showing George Peppard!
Barbara Stanwyck, the fifty-nine-year-old movie star with the girlish waist and hair that turned prematurely gray thirty years ago, has little in common with the twenty-eight-year-old guy from Kentucky who plays here son the "The Big Valley" TV series. Of all the stars in Hollywood, the gracious, gallant lady who grew up an orphan on the streets of Brooklyn is perhaps best loved. Of all the young men and women with hands reaching for the next rung of the ladder and eyes focussed on the main chance, Lee Majors is perhaps the most disliked. He treats members of the crew and extras - the unimportant people by Hollywood standards - as though they were less than human. Barbara Stanwyck would be kind and gracious to a visitor from skid row.
His father, Carl Yeary died before his birth in a car accident, and his mother Alice Yeary also died when he was 1 years old in another car accident. Lee Majors studied at the Middlesboro High School. Then, he went to the Indiana University with a scholarship and later transferred to the Eastern Kentucky University graduating in with a History and Physical Education degree. Lee Majors played football in both high school and university, but he got injured and decided to go into an acting career. Lee Majors has been into 4 marriages and 3 divorces.