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Farrah Fawcett 1976 Vintage Swimsuit Movie Poster Print - 20x28 $8.80 #farrahfawcett #posters #classic #70s
If you were a teenaged male (or probably even older) in the 70's, you either had this poster on your wall or you knew someone who did. Farrah Fawcett, the Charlie's Angels star, had American males entranced with her long flowing blonde hair, soft voice and magnificent smile. When Farrah fought a monumental battle with cancer, she showed the world she was just as beautiful on the inside. http://www.notquitecountrygirl.com/farrah_fawcett_poster_1976.jpg
Farrah Fawcett in the famous red swimsuit The foxy “Charlie’s Angels” star has a poster we all know and love. It’s the one with her in a red swimsuit. This picture was taken long before she signed-up for “Charie’s Angels” series, but she had appeared in some TV commercials.The setting was her back yard pool, Farrah made her own hair, she highlighted her curls with lemon juice and tried bathing suits that hid an old belly scar.
1970 Classic Farrah Fawcett Posters
Farrah Fawcett's Poster was the best selling poster of the 1970s The photograph, showing Fawcett with her head tilted back and her blonde hair cascading over her shoulders, became the No 1 selling poster in the 1970s and was pinned to many a teenage boys bedroom wall. She became a world wide pin up girl. Girls tried desperately to achieve the look with their hair.
Farrah Fawcett How many young men had this pin up poster on their bedroom walls? I did.
farrah fawcett skatin' it up in some retro nikes. Amazing.
How are you so flawless? Miss you. :(
They used to be called unitards, not catsuits back in the day! Unless you had a figure like Farrah's, it looked bad.
endlessme: Farrah Fawcett Via 70spostergirls
Farrah Fawcett--an actress that started a hairstyle. Everyone wanted Farrah Fawcettt hair!!
Farrah Fawcett ... we all got this haircut my senior year of college
Farrah Fawcett - one of the most famous posters of the age. If nothing else, I'd be happy with her teeth. :)
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That hair! Loved it then. Love it still. AND, guess what ladies, NO extensions were used!