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Dottie May

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Who were your idols when you were growing up? Mine was James Dean and I had quite a few photographs of him but Mum wouldn't allow me to stick them on the bedroom wall. Later on I fell in love with Paul Newman and still have a super photograph of him - he was my "bestest" favourite.

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Darkginger

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Mine were David Essex (swoon, enjoyed him in Eastenders recently!), and Christopher Lee as Dracula (which worried my parents a little). I had a brief interest in David Cassidy and Donny Osmond, but soon moved on to Marc Bolan and David Bowie :)

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foxylady

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Billy Fury on my bedroom wall, saw him live in The Potteries but my greatest heart-throb was Robert Fuller who appeared on TV in the western series Laramie, loved him for years!!

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Christine - Lancashire Lass

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Oh yes indeed Foxylady - Robert Fuller - he was gorgeous, but my favourite was Michael Landon from Bonanza!

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Essex Girl

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Adored Billy Fury and saw him on stage several times.

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Kayb

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Clint Eastwood and Robert Horton in Rawhide, we had magazine cutouts of them under our desklids at school. I wonder if Robert would have been as big a star as Clint if he had lived?
Karen

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Essex Girl

Robert Horton

Another one of my favourites. Used to watch him play Flint McCullough in Wagon Train.

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Queen of Puds

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I'm with Dottie - Paul Newman every time. It started with Butch Cassidy & Sundance - but then I saw him a a B&W film called Hud - swoon, even when you couldn't see the colour of his eyes ....

Later it was David Soul, then Sting of course, & later came Kiefer Sutherland. These days - James Martin, but I am also seriously taken with the chap who plays Damon in Vampire Diaries - far too young, but nice to look at!!

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Kayb

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Had a senior moment earlier on, and forgot to mention Ward Bond, not young, but such twinkly eyes - like a favourite grandfather. MY modern favourite is John Duttine, I first saw him in "The Devil's Crown" then he was in several classics, now he has put on a bit of weight but he still has the looks.
Karen

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Elpe

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Tommy Steele! (Seems hilarious now!)

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Essex Girl

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You're not alone Elpe. Tommy Steele was another favourite when I was a bit younger. I remember going to see him in Tommy the Toreador!

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SusanM

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Steve McQueen every time !!!

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Linzechris

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We must be around the same age Darkginger as my pin ups were the same as yours! I also liked Paul Young.

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Honey

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Darkginger must be a woman of taste because I think one of my earliest crushes was on David Essex too... it's his eyes.

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foodie

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Elvis

 
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