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4 hours ago, TopBilled said:

Tom Sellect as Magnum P.I.

 

 

I have never understood Selleck's appeal- yes he is good looking but does nothing for my imagination.

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5 minutes ago, jaragon said:

I have never understood Selleck's appeal- yes he is good looking but does nothing for my imagination.

The voice, the athleticism, the wry sense of humor, the body hair-- he's the whole package.

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"The Dukes of Hazzard" (1979-1985) Tom Wopat and John Schneider had great hair...

 

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1 minute ago, TopBilled said:

The voice, the athleticism, the wry sense of humor, the body hair-- he's the whole package.

I get but I guess he is not my cup of hunk

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1 minute ago, jaragon said:

"The Dukes of Hazzard" (1979-1985) Tom Wopat and John Schneider had great hair...

 

Oh yeah, I'm glad you mentioned them. What a huge following they had. You could also post a clip/photo of the temporary replacements (played by Byron Cherry & Christopher Mayer).

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4 hours ago, TopBilled said:

The Brothers Simon...a perfect contrast. 

 

Another hot pair of tv brothers

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1 minute ago, jaragon said:

Another hot pair of tv brothers

On the old IMDb message board for Simon & Simon I joked this show was so high-concept you could describe it as The Yuppie & The Red_neck.

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Byron Cherriy and Christopher Mayer  who temporarily replaced Wopat and Schneider; their hair was not a great but their bodies were right from a gay porn casting...

 

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A show I truly love is Scarecrow & Mrs. King. I think it holds up well as a time capsule about cold war espionage. Bruce Boxleitner's very attractive and Kate Jackson is wonderful opposite him as a reluctant spy turned eventual love interest. The show ran for four seasons on CBS from 1983-87. The writing was great all four years, though if I had to pick a favorite year, I'd choose the second season. It was produced by former Rockford Files writer Juanita Bartlett, and her scripts are always the best. Stories are aided by strong guest stars (Jean Stapleton turns up twice as an elderly European woman who dabbles in spying). And the excellent supporting cast includes Mel Stewart, as well as Beverly Garland. Garland is a pro at comic relief, and she plays Jackson's mom. 

 

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More Lee Horsley, this time in CBS' western series Guns of Paradise. Originally it had been called Paradise. But I guess adding the word "guns" made it sound tougher, more western. His female costar is played by an Australian actress. I believe the series ran for three seasons. Here's the season 3 intro:

 

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This is what I consider Lee Horsley's best TV series. The outdoor adventure drama Hawkeye. He has longer hair this time around. A mature but still fetching Lynda Carter plays his leading lady and they have excellent chemistry.

 

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9 hours ago, TopBilled said:

More Lee Horsley, this time in CBS' western series Guns of Paradise. Originally it had been called Paradise. But I guess adding the word "guns" made it sound tougher, more western. His female costar is played by an Australian actress. I believe the series ran for three seasons. Here's the season 3 intro:

 

He looks good riding a horse... and then there John Telersky as Dakota

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9 hours ago, rayban said:

Lyle Waggoner in "Wonder Woman" - 1975 - 1979 -

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Oh yeah, we can't forget about him. Also a regular on The Carol Burnett Show.

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We haven't mentioned 80s hunk David Hasselhoff in Knight Rider. Let us go back for a moment to Turbo Boost and flying cars:

 

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I wish the picture quality was better on this next clip. The sound quality, however, is superb. Greg Evigan, who always had such a winning smile, starred in NBC's trucker show B.J. and the Bear from 1978-81. He sings the theme song in the intro and has a good voice:

 

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One of the great television dramas during the 1980s was St. Elsewhere. Guys like Mark Harmon and Denzel Washington first made names for themselves on this show. My favorite was Terence Knox. They're all in this season 2 intro. So is Norman Lloyd, still alive as I write this, at age 103.

 

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4 hours ago, TopBilled said:

One of the great television dramas during the 1980s was St. Elsewhere. Guys like Mark Harmon and Denzel Washington first made names for themselves on this show. My favorite was Terence Knox. They're all in this season 2 intro. So is Norman Lloyd, still alive as I write this, at age 103.

 

Great show with a truly bizarre final episode.

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"Riptide"(1984-86) Two hunks Cody ( Perry King) Nick (Joe Penny) and the nerd sidekick Murray (Thomas Bray) solve crimes in this series from the prolific imagination of Stephe J Cannell

 

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Hunky Ted McGinley joined The Love Boat during its last two seasons. He looks perfectly handsome in this season 9 opening. The guest stars are listed first, followed by the regular cast.

 

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Ted McGinley also did two seasons of Dynasty. Here he is in the season 7 intro:

 

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A show I enjoyed each Sunday night in the 80s was Trapper John M.D. It starred Pernell Roberts and Gregory Harrison. There's a shot of Harrison getting out of the shower in this season 6 intro. The series lasted for seven years but Harrison bailed in the middle of the final season. It didn't surprise me that it was cancelled soon afterward. He's the one we wanted to see.

 

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4 minutes ago, TopBilled said:

A show I enjoyed each Sunday night in the 80s was Trapper John M.D. It starred Pernell Roberts and Gregory Harrison. There's a shot of Harrison getting out of the shower in this season 6 intro. The series lasted for seven years but Harrison bailed in the middle of the final season. It didn't surprise me that it was cancelled soon afterward. He's the one we wanted to see.

 

I remember that show. I've read Pernell Roberts was a piece of work. Michael Landon said he was very unpopular on the set of Bonanza. Landon also said Roberts was constantly threatening to leave the show and was responsible for getting Barry Coe and Guy Williams (two guys who were supposed to replace Roberts at one point or another) fired. I don't know much about his working relationship with Gregory Harrison, though.

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