... where it's not about the camera.
It was a simpler, more natural time ...
Ahhh, the memories. Cheryl Ladd was my first lust. The image of her in a bikini at the beginning of the show is burned in my brain. I had a poster of her in my room & her shirt was a bit unbuttoned. My sisters thought it was so vulgar. She still looks amazing.
For carrying Knuckle Sandwiches
Notice that Farrah Fawcett is in bondage in the background. Whoo-Hah! And Kate Jackson seems to be having an awful lot of fun kicking that guy's ass!
I think that's Cheryl Ladd in the background, not Farrah. Farrah wasn't that endowed. Although Farrah did have the all-time best selling poster in the 1970s. Remember her in the red one-piece suit?
I was only 10 years old but yes, I remember that poster well because I had one. Publisher Jack, I stand corrected, I agree that that probably is Cheryl Ladd, not Farrah in bondage in the background. But, of course, lunch box artists weren't known for capturing likenesses too accurately. :-)
I remember this lunchbox like it was yesterday. I also remember a DC Comics illustrated dictionary with a picture of Batgirl tied to a post...just like Cheryl Ladd! I wonder how all these "women in peril" illustrations from the 70's influenced the men of today?
What's Farrah doing? She's letting the others do all the work.
I LOVED that show... it was one of my favorites.I never did see the modern movies of it...but they don't really interest me. I like my memories of Charlie's Angels just the way they are.Truly,Insanity Infusion
Prison escapees back in the '70s weren't too bright if they thought they wouldn't stand out in those black & white striped prison digs.Kate Jackson looks like she's about to shoot Jacklyn Smith in the back of the head! Poor marksmanship.
Rick, is that the lunch boxes i see on the left hand side on a shelf in the barber photo? Looks like it is.
Geez, look at all the guys salivating over vintage cartoons of busty Seventies private detective women. Cheryl, Farrah. What's the difference? I think I had a Starsky and Hutch lunchbox. Much more attractive, in my opinion.
Stacey... the lunch box is from the barber shop but it's not visible in that photo.
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