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    Hottest Teen Idols

    The Hotties From Early TV Thread inspired me to create a new one with teen idols. The teen idols can either be male or female, your choice. I'll start with Jason Priestley and Luke Perry (RIP).
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    Hottest Teen Idols

    I always thought David Cassidy had a decent voice.
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    Hottest Teen Idols

    Some others I haven't mentioned yet: Leonardo DiCaprio River Phoenix Annette Funicello Phoebe Cates Richard Thomas Ralph Macchio Rob Lowe C. Thomas Howell Brian Austin Green Jonathan Brandis
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    Hottest Teen Idols

    TopBilled, great choices. I'm a fan of both, and I preferred Troy Donahue over Tab Hunter. (Tab Hunter I know from his real life role as Anthony Perkins ex, but that's a conversation better suited for a different day.)
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    Hotties From Early TV

    Like Sepiatone, I won't post pictures, either. Here's some of mine (apologies if some have already been mentioned): Elizabeth Montgomery/ Bewitched Mary Tyler Moore/ The Dick Van Dyke Show Annette Funicello/ The Mickey Mouse Club Marta Kristen/ Lost in Space Melody Patterson/ F. Troop Gretchen Corbett/ The Rockford Files Alyssa Milano/ Who's The Boss? Tiffani Thiessen/ Beverly Hills, 90210
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    Summer Under the Stars 2019

    I'm a fan of Ruth Roman. Ruth and Robert Walker are the best part of Strangers on a Train.
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    Summer Under the Stars 2019

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    Summer Under the Stars 2019

    May the odds ever be in your favor. (Sorry, but I had to dig up that old Hunger Games reference.)
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    Summer Under the Stars 2019

    My wish list (in no particular order): Ann Sheridan, Ida Lupino, Gloria Grahame, Donna Reed, Annette Funicello, Roy Scheider, Donald O'Connor (so underrated), John Gavin, Troy Donahue, Hugh O'Brian, Gloria DeHaven, Eve Arden, Dorothy Lamour, Ava Gardner, Robert Montgomery, Robert Young (long overdue), Tyrone Power, Burt Lancaster, Gregory Peck, Charles Bronson, Yul Brynner, and Robert Vaughn. Some of these are long shots, but we'll see.
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    Classic Films with a Gay Twist

    Haunted Honeymoon (1940) An detective (Robert Montgomery) and his writer husband (John Payne) stumble upon a murder while on their honeymoon.
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    Hot TV Guys

    Jason Priestley, Luke Perry, and Brian Austin Green get real close. What happens in Beverly Hills stays in Beverly Hills... if you know what I mean.
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    Possible Spotlight Ideas

    Like TopBilled said, these are good ideas. I have a couple more. Treasures From The Disney Vault: I know this has been done numerous times for primetime spotlights, but it could easily be expanded into a month-long spotlight. Plus, it also gives us the privilege to see actors who we don't see on TCM that often (James MacArthur, Annette Funicello, etc). Actors Who Died Too Soon: There are many actors who died too soon. We could start from the 30's and 40's (Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard) and end with the most recent (Luke Perry).
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    Actor Luke Perry (1966-2019)

    TopBilled said it best. Shocking. Luke and Brian Austin Green were the most handsome stars of Beverly Hills, 90210. Luke also had a cameo on the Season 4 episode of The Simpsons, Krusty Gets Kancelled.
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    Actor Luke Perry (1966-2019)

    Great picture and cover. Luke and Brian Austin Green were the most handsome stars of Beverly Hills, 90210.
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    Classic Films with a Gay Twist

    Madhouse (1990) Mark Bannister (John Larroquette) and his husband, Harry (Harry Anderson), have an assortment of annoying house guests who refuse to leave. In order for Mark and Harry to get back to their normal lives, they kick their guests out in the cruelest ways possible. (We can't rule out magic.)
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    Hot TV Guys

    Happy Birthday, Desi Arnaz!
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    Hot TV Guys

    Guy Williams and Mark Goddard are the sexiest guys in space! 😍 I have this theory where they took the chariot up to the mountains for a little "guy time". How could they not?
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    I just turned off the academy awards...

    Like every year, I watched until the end of the "In Memoriam" segment. During last nights's segment, my mom and I looked at each other in confusion as we only knew approximately nine people. The only people we recognized were Burt Reynolds, Albert Finney, Penny Marshall, Barbara Harris, Susan Anspach (Mark Goddard's ex), Tab Hunter (Anthony Perkins' ex), and Margot Kidder. This has also been the third year in a row when an Oscar winning or nominated actor was excluded. Two years ago was Robert Vaughn. (I will never get over that one.) Last year was Dorothy Malone. And this year was Sondra Locke. I have a philosophy where Oscar winners and nominees should be included first before anyone else. But they seem to exclude more and more of their own every year.
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    I just turned off the academy awards...

    "Interesting Reading" and laughs are a great way to start the week.
  20. TopBilled, I like SUTS as well. It's perfect for actors who will never be SOTM (Robert Vaughn, Roger Moore, Rod Taylor, etc) I also like the idea of group or double SUTS. I think I was the one who suggested in a SUTS thread last year (you'd have to look at the actual SUTS category, though) it could be it the cards. For example, The Marx Brothers could be a group SUTS one day. There's no way Chico, Harpo, or Zeppo (who I give a lot of credit for leaving show business before becoming a train wreck) would ever have a SUTS day on their own.
  21. I agree. Some of the lesser known films brought out for SUTS are hidden gems. (Like Sealed Cargo, a noir on a fishing boat, for Dana Andrews day last year.) SUTS is also perfect for actors (including character actors) who will never be SOTM (Robert Vaughn, Roger Moore, Rod Taylor, etc.)
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    Hot TV Guys

    I agree. Richard has the perfect body for a runner, so he would've been convincing in the unmade Paul Newman version of "The Front Runner". Like I said, I only saw the ends of Waltons. I could be wrong, but there weren't any gay or bisexual characters on the show, although Richard's character and Eric Scott's character had a special bond. (I'm not gonna go there.) As for the actors, I read the grandpa was gay in real life.
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    Hot TV Guys

    "How you doin'? (Sorry. Had to throw that Friends reference in.)
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    Hot TV Guys

    I agree. Richard Thomas has played gay in the past. He played gay men in the PBS versions on Fifth of July (where his lover was Jeff Daniels) and Andre's Mother. I only saw the ends of Waltons because I was waiting for M*A*S*H to start on Hallmark. (This was several years ago.) They bored me, even though Richard Thomas had it all. Imagine if Richard got knocked up on the show and there would be a huge scandal on Walton's Mountain. That would've spiced up the show.
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    Hot TV Guys

    How about Love at the Seashore?

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