And the Fonz-hey I was twelve.
And the Fonz-hey I was twelve.
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Parker Stevenson from the Hardy Boys.
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Shaun Cassidy from The Hardy Boys.
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Parker Stevenson fron The Hardy Boys
Erik Estrada from Chips
Mark Goddard from Lost In Space
and I swear..the Professor from Gilligan's Island
|by Anonymous||reply 6||09/02/2012|
The kid that played Albert on Little House on the Prairie.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||09/02/2012|
Ditto Michael Landon.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||09/02/2012|
Tony Dow as Bud Anderson
|by Anonymous||reply 9||09/02/2012|
Parker Stevenson in the Hardy Boys
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Tony Dow was Wally on Leave It to Beaver
|by Anonymous||reply 12||09/02/2012|
Michael J. Fox
|by Anonymous||reply 13||09/02/2012|
Oh, it was Shaun Cassidy, until I saw his brother. I was too young to understand exactly what those feelings were at the time, but it felt nice.
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|by Anonymous||reply 15||09/02/2012|
Your right about Tony Dow damned I'm older than I thought. Who was Bud?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||09/02/2012|
David Cassidy on The Patridge Family
Peter on The Brady Bunch
Michael Landon on Bonanza
Uncle Bill on Family Affair (Also in the original The Parent Trap)
|by Anonymous||reply 17||09/02/2012|
Jason Behr on Roswell. Yet hate Scifi stuff.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||09/02/2012|
Bud was either on Father Knows Best (Billy Gray) or Flipper (Tommy Norden).
|by Anonymous||reply 19||09/02/2012|
Tony Dow didn't play Bud Anderson. He was Wally Cleaver.
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|by Anonymous||reply 21||09/02/2012|
Lloyd Bridges on Sea Hunt (5 years old and I was entranced by his chest hair: "Honey, don't sit so close to the TV, you'll ruin your eyes!")
Guy Williams as Zorro and later Professor Robinson on Lost in Space
Dick Simmons as "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon and his wonder dog King"
|by Anonymous||reply 22||09/02/2012|
Robert Conrad ( I once sent him a fan letter, asking for a picture of him in a bathing suit. I was 12 yrs old!)
Joby Baker ("Good Morning, World")
|by Anonymous||reply 24||09/02/2012|
I had a boy-crush on Christopher Knight as Peter Brady on The Brady Bunch. All I knew was that I thought he was cute and I wanted him to be my best friend.
Once I figured out that I had a cock and I liked boys, I had a huge crush on John Schneider on The Dukes of Hazzard. I clipped a shirtless photo of him from some gossip magazine, hid it under my mattress, and I used to beat off looking at that photo.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||09/02/2012|
Many soap actors, but most notably William Grey Espy.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||09/02/2012|
Jason, the Red Power Ranger.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||09/02/2012|
Jonathan Taylor Thomas
|by Anonymous||reply 28||09/02/2012|
Henry Darrow (actor who played Manolito Montoya on High Chaparral). I've always had eclectic taste in men.
- F: KC
|by Anonymous||reply 29||09/02/2012|
Brian Patrick Clarke on Eight is Enough--wanted him bad! Ironically, he's almost nothing like the kind of guy I'm attracted to today. I guess 32 years can change a person....
|by Anonymous||reply 30||09/02/2012|
Daniel Dae Kim
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Chuck Conners, Buddy Ebsen, Andy Griffith (in the sheriff's uniform), Max Baer, Jr. (loved it when granny would sometimes whack his nice ass or threaten him with a lickin with a hickory switch--she did it with a frying pan once--Max Baer said one time I think that Irene Ryan actually hit fairly hard), Robert Conrad and Michael Landon. Of all these listed Michael Landon had the smallest but still very cute ass and some jack off sessions were concentrated solely on taking it out on him. Otherwise I wanted to flatten Robert Conrad's ass and I wanted Andy Griffith to take me fishing instead of Opie. I would have smacked his ass down by the fishing hole and maybe even done some fishing in his hole as well as had him breastfeed me while sweet-talking me in his southern accent. All of them would have gotten repeated spankings from me though. All of these shows that these guys were on aired in the 1960s and I had my first orgasm in December of 1966 at the age of 12.
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|by Anonymous||reply 34||09/02/2012|
Robert Conrad "Wild Wild West"
Robert Wagner "It Takes a Thief"
Chad Everett "Medical Center"
|by Anonymous||reply 35||09/02/2012|
Mr. Clean, circa 1963.
Bald hot daddy in crisp whites, plus had earrings.
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|by Anonymous||reply 38||09/02/2012|
Oh, maybe Richard Hatch or Bobbie Sherman or Michael Burns?
|by Anonymous||reply 39||09/02/2012|
lee majors from six million dollar man
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|by Anonymous||reply 41||09/02/2012|
Don Grady, My Three Sons. Wooof.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||09/02/2012|
Porter Ricks on Flipper
|by Anonymous||reply 43||09/02/2012|
Burt Ward was a lightly chubby twink.
Ther animated Robin in the opening credits looked much more macho.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||09/02/2012|
The cast of the White Shadow (loved those nut huggers they wore)
|by Anonymous||reply 45||09/02/2012|
The Professor on "Gilligan's Island"
|by Anonymous||reply 46||09/02/2012|
George Michael from Arrested Development.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||09/02/2012|
I don't remember his actor name but I had involuntary dreams about Mannix.
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|by Anonymous||reply 49||09/02/2012|
Timothy Patrick Murphy as Mickey Trotter on "Dallas":
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Guy Williams and Mark Goddard from Lost in Space.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||09/02/2012|
Neil Patrick Harris
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The dark haired male prize model on "Sale of the Century."
|by Anonymous||reply 53||09/02/2012|
Leif Garrett (what was I thinking?) then
when I got older, Michael J. Fox (but I vaguely recall feeling guilty that his character was a republican).
|by Anonymous||reply 54||09/02/2012|
Maxwell Caulfield in Grease 2 (not technically "television star", but the movie was on heavy TV rotation at the time)
|by Anonymous||reply 55||09/02/2012|
Brian Keith on Family Affitair
Bill Bixby onHe Courthip of Eddie's Father
And Johnny Quest (but looking over my list I'm wondering if it was really his Dad).
|by Anonymous||reply 56||09/02/2012|
[quote]I don't remember his actor name but I had involuntary dreams about Mannix.
Mike Connors. And Gail Fisher as Peggy.
|by Anonymous||reply 57||09/02/2012|
Burt Ward is said to have sizemeat. Adam West insinuated this to me as well at a meet & greet in the 80's. (Something about Robin/Burt's shorts appearing to have been stuffed with a Turkish towel)
|by Anonymous||reply 58||09/02/2012|
I had a huge crush on Robert Conrad in WWW. And, I hate to say it, William Shatner in Star Trek.
Not really into the teeny boppers.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||09/02/2012|
Gregory Harrison from the shower scene in Trapper John.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||09/02/2012|
[quote] Mike Connors. And Gail Fisher as Peggy.
Admit it. You loved him for his ability to find a parking spot.
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|by Anonymous||reply 62||09/02/2012|
George Reeves, Popeye, and Mighty Mouse.
Alas, none of them existed.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||09/02/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 64||09/02/2012|
Luke Halpin ("Flipper")
|by Anonymous||reply 65||09/02/2012|
Ron Ely. I repeat, Ron Ely!!
|by Anonymous||reply 66||09/02/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 67||09/02/2012|
Mike Henry was the better Tarzan but he didn't do much TV.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||09/02/2012|
Brian Bloom from Y&R
|by Anonymous||reply 69||09/02/2012|
I forgot about him R67, but I literally walked right into him in Boston in the 80s when he was doing location shots for Spenser For Hire.
He was so nice, so much hotter and much BIGGER in person. And I walked RIGHT into him, full on, body-on-body. (and he ended up on top of me)
I know if he was gay or even curious but he was very touchy feely, lots of shoulder patting, neck grabbing, leg grabbing,(You sure you're okay? I fell RIGHT ON TOP of you.) maybe they were worried I'd sue or something but he really poured on the charm. So handsome and much bigger than I would have guessed.
We had a cigarette together.He kept asking if I was okay.
One of the best 20 minute intervals of my life
|by Anonymous||reply 70||09/02/2012|
Bob Crane, star of Hogan's Heroes.
I was 5 at the time, and used to kiss the tv screen when he was on.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||09/02/2012|
Kent McCord and Martin Milner from "Adam 12"
|by Anonymous||reply 72||09/02/2012|
Also, Rick Moses. He was Billy's (Falcon Crest) older brother, and played Hutch on General Hospital. (The blond Gorman hired to kill Luke by Frank Smith the mobster. It would have been 1980-81.
|by Anonymous||reply 73||09/02/2012|
Max Casella (Vinny from Doogie Howser).
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Gorman = hitman
|by Anonymous||reply 75||09/02/2012|
Believe it or not, I was entranced by the young Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates in the "Rawhide" series.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||09/02/2012|
Peter Tork, Robert Conrad, Barry Williams, Michael Ontkean (big time)
|by Anonymous||reply 77||09/03/2012|
The Professor, Russell Johnson.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||09/03/2012|
I was 5 years old when I had a huge crush on David McCallum from The Man From U.N.C.L.E-
I'm always amused when I have to explain to my younger friends that the old coroner on NCIS was once a hot teen idol in the mid-60's:
|by Anonymous||reply 79||09/03/2012|
Ricky Nelson, Bobby Vee, Bobby Rydell, Fabian, ...well, any sexy teen idol on American Bandstand!
|by Anonymous||reply 80||09/03/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 81||09/03/2012|
Larry Hagman on I Dream of Jeannie
David Cassidy on The Partridge Family
Gary Conway on Land of the Giants
|by Anonymous||reply 82||09/03/2012|
Patrick Duffy circa the Man from Atlantis
|by Anonymous||reply 83||09/03/2012|
I wanted to split Robert Conrads tight ass wide open. Fuck him for days till he was a cavern. Mmmmm hmmmm, God damn he had a hot little bod.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||09/03/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 85||09/03/2012|
Tim Considine. 1955's MMC "The Adventures of Spin and Marty."
|by Anonymous||reply 87||09/03/2012|
r86, people like you are tiring. Do you think you'll stay young forever? Of course you do. But one day, you will age and there will be other self-important twinks like yourself who will look at you and scoff. So, do yourself a favor, open your mind and your heart and grow up.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||09/03/2012|
Another vote for Richard Hatch from 'The Rookies'
I thought he and Kate Jackson were brother and sister. I preferred his lustrous haircut to her lustrous haircut.
When Battlestar Galactica came out I developed an instant gayling boner for all things space-related. All because of him and whatever sports outfit he wore for 'games' - very jock strappy if my memory serves.
|by Anonymous||reply 89||09/03/2012|
R88, I'm kidding. Good lord. I'm well over 30 and hardly a twink. Rent a sense of humor.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||09/03/2012|
Why don't you set a good example for us, r86, and die before you get old?
Though the 50's had their share (the cowboy stars, e.g.) the 1960's had a plethora of handsome men on TV, too many to list!
Numero Uno, as has been mentioned = Robert Conrad. For you who get ME-TV, "WWW" is on Saturdays at 4:00 p.m.! (RC tidbit: "Hawaiian Eye" was interrupted on 11/22/63 to tell of JFK's shooting, not yet determined to be an assassination. I know; I was home sick from school, watching the show.)
But maybe tied for first was the exquisite Gardner McKay of "Adventures in Paradise."
David McCallum, Robert Vaughn, the "Peyton Place" cast, Bobby Sherman, "Wally Cleaver," Richard Chamberlain, Vince Edwards, .....
|by Anonymous||reply 91||09/03/2012|
Peter Brady (I was 10), Robert Conrad and his ass from WWW, and I am crying with envy over r70's 20 minutes with Robert Urich.
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Nick Tate from SPACE 1999
|by Anonymous||reply 95||09/03/2012|
R85, I know Dan Vadis but that was before my time. I have all his Sword & Sandal films
|by Anonymous||reply 96||09/03/2012|
Hopefully this photo of Nick Tate will work
|by Anonymous||reply 97||09/03/2012|
John Schneider from Dukes of Hazzard
Randolph Mantooth from "Emergency!"
The guys from CHiPS (I even wrote a fan letter to Erik Estrada and got a form letter and picture of him back)
Lee Majors - Six Million Dollar Man
|by Anonymous||reply 98||09/03/2012|
David Hedison - voyage to the bottom of the sea (in rerun)
Lee Majors - six million dollar man (first run)
Robert Conrad - WWW
|by Anonymous||reply 99||09/03/2012|
Kirk Cameron on Growing Pains. He was hot and had a bubble butt.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||09/03/2012|
For those who mentioned Bobby Sherman, this little Shindig gem was done around the time Bobby was getting fucked by Sal Mineo.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||09/03/2012|
P.S. "WWW" is now on daily at 4:00 p.m. EST on ME-TV.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||09/03/2012|
Christopher Atkins in Dallas or better known from Blue Lagoon!
|by Anonymous||reply 103||09/03/2012|
Robert Conrad was the ideal. Loved seeing him tied up week after week.
Michael Nesmith from the Monkees.
The father from a Saturday morning show - The Westwind - was it Van Williams? I know Kimberly Beck played the boring daughter. All I wanted to see was sexy Dad in his swim trunks.
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The first was probably Mike Minor from “Petticoat Junction.” No one wore a tight pair of chinos like he did.
I was nine years old in 1964 when he joined that cast and I knew then that I liked the bodies on hot guys. So, Mike Minor was followed in short order by:
Robert Conrad in the "Wild Wild West" (1965)
Larry Hagman in “I Dream of Jeannie” (1965)
Bobby Sherman in “Here Come the Brides” (1968)
Robert Wagner in "It Takes a Thief" (1968)
Gary Conway in “Land of the Giants” (1968)
(1968 was a good year for TV hunks.)
David Cassidy in “The Partridge Family” (1970)
[quote]My god, how old are you people??
|by Anonymous||reply 106||09/03/2012|
The Hudson Brothers, especially Brett.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||09/03/2012|
Sam Elliott in Mission:Impossible - Before the famous mustache, he played a handsome cleancut spy-doctor
James Franciscus and Bruce Lee in Longstreet - I fantasized about being Bruce Lee, teaching and guarding the world's hottest blind man - I even took karate lessons because of that show
Nick Tate in Space:1999 - Hairy muscular chest and a huge bulge
Even as a kid, I favored men 28-38 and that's never changed
|by Anonymous||reply 108||09/03/2012|
Right now I can only think of Joey Lawrence, Jason Priestly, and Scott Baio when he was a pre-teen/teenager. Scott Baio was the star in an after school special I used to watched in the late 90s. I was just a kid so don't judge lol.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||09/03/2012|
I'm surprised it took until R86 for the "y'all are so old" guy to arrive.
James Franciscus as Mr. Novack.
|by Anonymous||reply 110||09/03/2012|
Peter Brown who came to my attention in the cowboy opus The Lawman where he played Deputy Johnny McKay.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||09/03/2012|
Alan Smyth. I still remember the kiss.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||09/03/2012|
Wow, forgot about Mike Minor r106--yeah, his ass definitely needed to be worked over.
|by Anonymous||reply 113||09/03/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 114||09/03/2012|
I can't believe that I forgot about Peter Brown and William Smith from "Laredo," which aired from 1965 to 1967.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||09/03/2012|
Randolph Mantooth from "Emergency" John Schneider from "Dukes of Hazzard" Scott Baio from "Happy Days" - also he looked just like a kid on my baseball team, and I wondered if his ass was as tan as his Italian skin. Still wonder that today.
1979-ish and I was 13
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|by Anonymous||reply 117||09/03/2012|
For the David McCallum fans:
I did not much care for him when I was a young teen back in the day The Man from UNCLE, actually found Robert Vaughn hotter but about 15 years ago I did a play with David and just fell in love! He was the sweetest, gentlest man. I then happened upon an old 16 Magazine with his photo on the cover and presented it to him requesting his autograph which he happily obliged.
So huge fan ever since....so happy to see him busy and cuddly on NCIS.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||09/03/2012|
Favorites from the early 1960s who haven't been mentioned or mentioned too much:
Van Williams, Surfside 6
Robert Horton, Wagon Train
Clint Walker, Cheyenne
Gary Lockwood, Follow the Sun
Edd "Kookie" Byrnes, 77 Sunset Strip
Tab Hunter, he briefly had his own sitcom playing a comic strip artist
Max Baer, Jr., why wasn't he shirtless more often??
Bob Cummings, afternoon reruns of Love That Bob!
Ronnie Burns, afternoon reruns of Burns and Allen
|by Anonymous||reply 119||09/03/2012|
Gary Sandy "WKRP in Cin."
|by Anonymous||reply 120||09/03/2012|
Trust me, you could have fucked Lee Majors in the ass in a six million dollar minute.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||09/03/2012|
Pernell Roberts, Bonanza.
Went bald too early but turned into a hot bear daddy on Trapper John years later.
|by Anonymous||reply 122||09/04/2012|
James Garner from Maverick and then Roger Moore, who came in late in the series, who was soo adorable pre-James Bond.
|by Anonymous||reply 123||09/04/2012|
More 1960s crushes:
Hugh O'Brian, Wyatt Earp
Gardner McKay, Adventures in Paradise
Richard Crenna, The Real McCoys
Carl Betz, The Donna Reed Show
Bill Cosby (believe it or not!), I Spy
|by Anonymous||reply 124||09/04/2012|
I love how Lily says there "never was a need (to come out)."
Well, not for her, anyway.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||09/04/2012|
Oops, sorry wrong thread. Please move it on over to Kaye Balard.
|by Anonymous||reply 126||09/04/2012|
David McCallum on Man from U.N.C.L.E.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||09/04/2012|
Two more unforgettables from the early 60s:
Vince Edwards, Ben Casey....why didn't he become a movie star?
James Franciscus, Mr. Novak, a high school teacher wet dream
|by Anonymous||reply 128||09/04/2012|
Loved James Franciscus... and his bare chest.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||09/04/2012|
Back then he played the evil (AND GORGEOUS) Matt Clark; the nemesis of Nick Newman. I loved him so much that I used to wish he had been cast as Nick--a character guaranteed to stay on the show for decades.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||09/04/2012|
John Schneider as Bo Duke on the Dukes of Hazzard.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||09/04/2012|
Robert Conrad, stripped and bound every week for our pleasure.
And another vote for James Franciscus. I don't recall which of these guys was the first, but I know they both figured into more than one wet dream.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||09/04/2012|
James Darren in TIME TUNNEL
|by Anonymous||reply 133||09/04/2012|
I stole my mom's Us magazine that had Gregory Harrison in a black speedo promoting the tv movie "For Ladies Only"..I defiled that thing many times a day,
Oooooh and John Schneider.
I'd do both of them today, too. Both still look good.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||09/04/2012|
William Boyd, bitches!
|by Anonymous||reply 135||09/04/2012|
Michael Callan Ron Ely Robert Conrad Ty Hardin Lawrence Casey Greg Evigan Mark Shera Joe Penny Perry King David Soul Paul Michael Glaser Martin Milner The guy from "Eight is Enough" The oldest son. The man who married Melissa Gilbert, in real life.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||09/04/2012|
The last two actors in R136 list are Bruce Boxleitner and Grant Goodeve.
I'll also add Laurence Lau who played Greg Nelson on All My Children. He used to parade around in his speedo, getting me all hot 'n bothered.
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|by Anonymous||reply 138||09/05/2012|
Don Grady in "My Three Sons."
|by Anonymous||reply 139||09/05/2012|
Ben Murphy and Peter Deuel from "Alias, Smith and Jones"
|by Anonymous||reply 140||09/05/2012|
R138 is our own David Tyler Muir!
|by Anonymous||reply 141||09/05/2012|
I met PJ in his London ABC studio, r138. He gave undivided attention in turn to everyone in my little group. Very handsome!(But my newsmen crushes were Roger Grimsby and Dan Rather.)
How could I have forgotten Pernell Roberts?!
And Michael Callan!
However, the one I really missed mentioning is Michael Burns, who went from "Wagon Train" to a brief career to becoming a history professor! So darn cute! (And a great killer on a "Hawaii 5-O" episode!)
Nonetheless, my top 2 remain Conrad and McKay.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||09/05/2012|
Alan Thicke. Oh that bouncing bulge!
|by Anonymous||reply 143||09/05/2012|
Amen to that, R143! Thicke seemed to be appropriately named. Loved seeing him in sweatpants.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||09/05/2012|
Spock on Star Trek was responsible for many desperate little boners.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||09/05/2012|
Eb from Green Acres
|by Anonymous||reply 146||09/05/2012|
I'm enjoying reading the names that are grouped by the half dozen or so years that the hunk was prominent.
Really tells you when the poster was going through puberty!
|by Anonymous||reply 147||09/05/2012|
[quote]The guy from "Eight is Enough" The oldest son.
That would be Willie Aames, later to be featured with his buddy Scott Baio in "Charles in Charge." But I remember him mostly for "Paradise," where he showed a lot of skin.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||09/05/2012|
It always amazed me that Pernell Roberts never seemed to be considered much of a sex symbol on Bonanza, leaving it all for Michael Landon who I found far less interesting.
|by Anonymous||reply 149||09/05/2012|
I overlap quite a bit with R6: Erik Estrada and Mark Goodson in re-runs of Lost In Space. My first was Peter Duel from Alias Smith & Jones, followed later by Randolph Mantooth from Emergency! I also had a thing for Erik Hexum and British actors Nicolas Clay and Timothy Dalton. I've always had a thing for dark haired men.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||09/05/2012|
Cousin Oliver! Yes, I have serious issues.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||09/05/2012|
Richard Hatch became a motivational speaker...what a turn off. I actually think he may be gay.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||09/05/2012|
Mike Minor, who played Steve Elliott on Petticoat Junction
I was 5. Anybody else old enough to remember?
|by Anonymous||reply 153||09/05/2012|
[quote]However, the one I really missed mentioning is Michael Burns, who went from "Wagon Train" to a brief career to becoming a history professor! So darn cute! (And a great killer on a "Hawaii 5-O" episode!)
I just got a copy of the Robert Altman movie Burns did with Sandy Dennis, THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK. He was a cutie.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||09/05/2012|
Both Michael Callen and Peter Brown had nude pictorials in Oui Magazine in the early 70's. Ben Murphy was in Viva Magazine.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||09/05/2012|
Mike Minor was always hanging out with soap star Peter Bergman back in the 80's. Theywerethisclose. The 2 of them used to frequent bars on the Upper East Side all the time, and always left together, just the two of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 156||09/05/2012|
Michael Callen had a nude pictorial?
|by Anonymous||reply 157||09/05/2012|
Robert Vaughn; Ross Martin; later, James Garner; most recently Gabriel Macht. Yes, I'm old.
|by Anonymous||reply 158||09/05/2012|
God bless you, R87. Tim Considine of SPIN AND MARTY. Yum YUM! He aged pretty well too.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||09/05/2012|
r7, ditto on Matthew Laborteaux. Also Philip McKeon (Tommy on Alice).
|by Anonymous||reply 160||09/05/2012|
Yes I really had a crush on Michael Burns, it seemed like I saw all his guest appearences, although I don't know how, it was a million years ago.
|by Anonymous||reply 161||09/05/2012|
R11, how old are you? 47 here and I loved Bobby Sherman too.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||09/05/2012|
Are you the 47 year old virgin elementary school teacher, r162? If so, God bless you.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||09/05/2012|
[quote]Michael Callen had a nude pictorial?
Michael Callan with his girlfriend Karen. "Michael Callan Glows Warm" One dick and balls shot while his girlfriend lies on top of him Hazy photography, blurry image. Oui Magazine April 1975
Peter Brown- 'Peter Brown in the Buff -Peter Goes Down" Oui Magazine. Beach pictorial with female nude frolicking in the sea and on the sand. one dick shot as he emerges from the sea. Several ass shots. November 1974
Robert Culp "The Robert Culps GET IT ON" Another arty hazy pictorial of Culp and his wife at the time actress Sheila Sullivan making love on their bed, in a grotto. One dick shot. Lots of shots of her breasts and pussy. Oui Magazine January 1975.
Oui Magazine.. "for the MAN of the WORLD"
|by Anonymous||reply 164||09/05/2012|
Broderick Crawford in Highway Patrol
|by Anonymous||reply 165||09/05/2012|
Clifton Davis and Haywood Nelson.
|by Anonymous||reply 166||09/05/2012|
[R153] I was so in love with Mike Minor in PJ. Those very tight pants!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 167||09/06/2012|
Oh gawd! Is this what Mike Minor looks like now? Ugh.
|by Anonymous||reply 168||09/06/2012|
Robert Conrad. In the book Growing Up Gay, the author says RC in the Wild Wild West was the major crush for an entire generation.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||09/06/2012|
Buffalo Bob Smith
|by Anonymous||reply 170||09/06/2012|
Randolph Mantooth in Emergency One. Erik Estrada in CHIPS.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||09/06/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 172||09/06/2012|
Michael J. Fox
John Schneider from the Dukes of Hazard
|by Anonymous||reply 173||09/06/2012|
Lee Majors as Col. Steve Austin in "The Six Million dollar Man." Kevin Dobson as Bobby Crocker on "Kojak." Lyle Waggoner as Col. Steve Trevor on "Wonder Woman."
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|by Anonymous||reply 176||09/06/2012|
[quote]That would be Willie Aames, later to be featured with his buddy Scott Baio in "Charles in Charge." But I remember him mostly for "Paradise," where he showed a lot of skin.
The oldest son on Eight Is Enough was played by Grant Goodeve. Willie Aames was the second-oldest.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||09/06/2012|
Thank you, R118.
I've heard stories of how nice he is. I wish U.N.C.L.E reruns were running here in the Midwest. Awesome show.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||09/06/2012|
Peter Graves in Fury. I wanted him to be my daddy in more ways than one.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||09/06/2012|
[quote]The oldest son on Eight Is Enough was played by Grant Goodeve. Willie Aames was the second-oldest.
You're right ... my bad.
Funny, I don't recall seeing Grant Goodeve in anything after Eight Is Enough, but the IMDB has him with quite a few credits. Includes multiple episodes as one character on "Dynasty" and "Northern Exposure," both shows I thought I had watched every time. His most recent credit is a 2012 episode of "Army Wives." He's 60, and has a Masters in Theology.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||09/06/2012|
[quote]Loved James Franciscus... and his bare chest.
I loved him in sweat pants in Longstreet. Too loose in front to see a bulge but clung to his bubble butt in back.
I had a big crush on this guy named Dale Robinette who was a guest star on just about every show on TV in the 70s, but he never had his own show. I think he even had a recurring role on some, like Starsky and Hutch, Rockford Files, Hawaii Five O, Bionic Woman, even Laverne and Shirley. No idea where he came from or where he went, but he sure made the bad TV of the period worth watching for me.
|by Anonymous||reply 182||09/06/2012|
Christopher Lee as Dracula, in the 70's, I would of only of been 5 or 6. Posters everywhere in my bedroom.STRANGE????
|by Anonymous||reply 183||09/06/2012|
As a kid I never had crushes on men, but plenty on boys my own age. The first was Jeremy Gelbwaks, aka the first Chris Partridge.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||09/06/2012|
Brice Beckham "Wes" from Mr. Belvedere
I was in kindergarten.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||09/06/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 186||09/06/2012|
R184, as a kid I only had crushes on grown men. Probably daddy issues.
|by Anonymous||reply 187||09/06/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 188||09/06/2012|
Robert was the most handsome man to ever live.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||09/06/2012|
r182, I LOVED Dale Robinette as well. I was excited every time he was a guest star. Handsome man.
|by Anonymous||reply 190||09/06/2012|
Ricky "Rick" Schroder on Silver Spoons. Jason Bateman was a close second.
|by Anonymous||reply 191||09/06/2012|
Alisdair Gillis from you can't do that on television. I must have been 5 or 6 and he got me SO excited.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||09/06/2012|
R188, I remember this guy! Wasn't he on a soap or something? I never watched the soap (it was on during school hours) but saw an ad for it and started secretly recording it just to scan for shots of him shirtless. He had great pecs if I recall correctly. He was like a hotter, hunkier version of Michael Schoeffling. Who was also J/O material.
|by Anonymous||reply 193||09/06/2012|
|by Anonymous||reply 194||09/06/2012|
David Duchovny as Agent Mulder on X-Files
|by Anonymous||reply 195||09/06/2012|
WEHT Robert Tyler? Did he leave the biz?
|by Anonymous||reply 196||09/06/2012|
On the episode of THE BRADY BUNCH when Greg is poised to become the next Johnny Bravo, I remember getting my first boner when the girls ran in and ripped his clothes off. True story.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||09/06/2012|
This guy, who played a bad boy-supporting role on the tv series Peyton Place for a season or two:
|by Anonymous||reply 198||09/08/2012|
My first male crush I can remember was Eric Olsen from the short-lived 1975 TV series "Swiss Family Robinson." After that I started liking more daddy types - Robert Urich, Larry Wilcox, etc... and while I didn't grow up with Wild Wild West I do remember liking Robert Conrad on those battery commercials.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||01/06/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 200||01/06/2013|
Probably Bill Bixby on "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" (I was probably around 8 at the time).
|by Anonymous||reply 201||01/06/2013|
Chip from My Three Sons
|by Anonymous||reply 202||01/06/2013|
Ted Bessell from That Girl...
|by Anonymous||reply 203||01/06/2013|
Gary Sandy's beautiful body, tight jeans with bulge and awesome hair on WKRP in Cincinnati was definitely my first.
I second Alan Thicke, too. He was hot in a very generic way, but still a hot and masculine guy.
I liked Paul Hogan of Croc Dundee fame when he appeared in the Australian tourism commercials and looked great. But he started looking old and weathery around the time of the movie (just a few years later).
|by Anonymous||reply 204||01/06/2013|
Jimmy Baio from Soap.
|by Anonymous||reply 205||01/06/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 206||01/06/2013|
Jason Bateman in "It's Your Move".
|by Anonymous||reply 207||01/06/2013|
I second Luke Halpin.
|by Anonymous||reply 208||08/16/2013|
OMG I forgot about Robert Conrad. Remember Battle of The Network stars?
|by Anonymous||reply 209||08/16/2013|
Bill Bixby for me, too, but it started when WNEW in New York was showing re-runs of My Favorite Martian circa 1967. When The Courtship of Eddie's Father premiered in 1969 I of course gravitated to it.
|by Anonymous||reply 210||08/16/2013|
I think mine was the Professor. At a very young age I remember enjoying him on Gilligan's Island reruns. (I bet I was like 4 or 5) I also thought Ricky Ricardo was cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 211||08/16/2013|
Old enough to know it was a crush, was The Fonz. Not really old enough to understand why I liked him so much, Chad Everett on Medical Center.
|by Anonymous||reply 212||08/16/2013|
R21, I know you posted almost one year ago and that you're probably not here anymore.
But if you are, I'm curious. What did you like in him specifically ?
|by Anonymous||reply 213||08/18/2013|
Freddie Prinze, Sr. (Chico and the Man)
David Groh (Rhoda)
|by Anonymous||reply 214||08/18/2013|
Guy Williams and Mark Goddard
|by Anonymous||reply 215||08/18/2013|
David McCallum, Chad Everette from Medical Center, and Robert Vaugha in that order.
|by Anonymous||reply 216||08/18/2013|
I've always had a thing for men's legs, and it all started with Peter Scolari's thighs in the credits for Bosom Buddies.
|by Anonymous||reply 217||08/18/2013|
Even then, I never cared for the TV "star." I only ever invested my emotional attachments in film stars. I'm a "bit older." James Darren. I loved watching Gidget on TV, but not for Sandra Dee. There were so many fine young men. I was 11.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||08/18/2013|
Definitely Tony Dow from Leave it to Beaver. Without a doubt.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||08/18/2013|
Gidget was terrific because the guys were all well built and frequently shirtless. I still haven't got over my Tony Dow crush, and I liked Eddie / Ken Osmond too.
|by Anonymous||reply 220||08/18/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 221||08/18/2013|
Mark Goddard. He was hot as fuck on Lost in Space.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||08/18/2013|
I remember watching The Mod Squad with my friends and pretending to share their lust for Peggy Lipton while I was secretly nursing a huge crush on Michael Cole.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||08/18/2013|
J. Fred Muggs - soulful brown eyes, loved bananas.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||08/18/2013|
Buster Crabbe staring in "Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion" - NBC adventure series.
|by Anonymous||reply 225||08/19/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 226||08/19/2013|
Gregory Harrison and Tom Selleck.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||08/19/2013|
Robert Conrad and the dad on Lost in Space
|by Anonymous||reply 228||08/19/2013|
Wow. Like Robert Conrad, this is the thread that won't die...
|by Anonymous||reply 229||08/19/2013|
Eddie Haskell, I knew he had a big dick and would let me suck it.
|by Anonymous||reply 230||08/19/2013|
David Cassidy. When he did the cover of Rolling Stone and one of the inside photos showed pubic hair I was in jerk-off heaven.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||08/19/2013|
race bannon from johnny quest.
|by Anonymous||reply 232||08/19/2013|
Jethro Bodine. I'm 50.
|by Anonymous||reply 233||08/19/2013|
Denny Terrio Dance Fever
Mark Shera S.W.A.T.
Jameson Parker Simon & Simon
|by Anonymous||reply 234||08/19/2013|
Did anyone here like Potsie from Happy Days? I know he wasn't exactly a Sex God but I just really loved him for some reason.
|by Anonymous||reply 235||08/19/2013|
Mark Shera was hot!!
|by Anonymous||reply 236||08/19/2013|
Disney Channel star Cody Linley.
|by Anonymous||reply 237||08/20/2013|
David Nelson. Carl Betz. "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon". Dan Haggerty. Ty Hardin. CLINT WALKER!!!!! Ward Bond. Gene Lockhart("My Friend Flicka") Dan AND Dirk Blocker.
|by Anonymous||reply 238||08/20/2013|
Perry King in `I`ll take Manhattan`. Quite possibly the most handsome male face I`ve seen.
|by Anonymous||reply 239||08/22/2013|
James Franciscus in Mr. Novack
|by Anonymous||reply 240||08/22/2013|
Mark Slade as 'blue boy' in High Chaparral.
|by Anonymous||reply 242||09/01/2013|
No one will remember this name or show, but Biff Warren from "The Kids From Caper."
|by Anonymous||reply 243||09/01/2013|
Robert Conrad in Hawaiian Eye
Robert Conrad in Wild Wild West
Robert Conrad in Black Sheep Squadron
|by Anonymous||reply 244||09/01/2013|
Brandon Quinn - "Tommy Dawkins" from Big Wolf On Campus. The show was on ABC Family Channel (Back Then The Fox Family Channel) it was the late 90's and gay puberty was hitting me......HARD
|by Anonymous||reply 245||09/01/2013|
I guess Mark Hamill doesn't count. He was really handsome back in the 70's.
|by Anonymous||reply 246||09/02/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 247||09/02/2013|
Lee Majors in Six Million Dollar Man was probably my first TV crush, but during puberty, Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict inspired my twisted tandem fantasies. Later, it was Brian Bloom and Jon Hensley.
|by Anonymous||reply 248||09/02/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 249||09/03/2013|
You know, I never considered myself gay too much (especially as a kid) but I have to admit, I really did think Robert Conrad in Wild Wild West was especially DISHY. Conrad wore perfectly tailored clothes. That jacket he wore was essentially an Eisenhower jacket and he wore that jacket very well. I don't think I wanted to fuck Conrad as much as I wanted to BE Conrad. That's basically it. My 10-year-old self thought he WAS Robert Conrad.
Side note: Overly cute men (like Robert Conrad) are always small and petite fuckers in stature. I bet Conrad was just a little fucker in real life.
|by Anonymous||reply 250||09/03/2013|
Most of the people posting must be in their 50s.
|by Anonymous||reply 251||09/03/2013|
Hadji from Jonny Quest.
|by Anonymous||reply 252||09/03/2013|
Oh, the shame.
|by Anonymous||reply 253||09/03/2013|
Costas Mandylor from Picket Fences and then Kyle Chandler from Homefront.
|by Anonymous||reply 254||09/03/2013|
Harry Hamlin, Michael Nader, Lorenzo Lamas, Michael T Weiss, all dark, hairy chests, loved Nader's voice and when he wore jeans, also Blair Underwood, Grant Show, David Charvet. All of them.
|by Anonymous||reply 255||09/03/2013|
From the first time I saw Bill O'Reilly on the O'Reilly Factor, I've just wanted to bend him over and stuff my 4" diameter by 1" long dick into his hot gay bunghole. Is that asking too much? Is it?
|by Anonymous||reply 256||09/04/2013|
Do cartoons count?
|by Anonymous||reply 257||09/04/2013|
If you have/had a thing for him,everything can count.
|by Anonymous||reply 258||09/04/2013|
Michael J Fox
The oft-told rumor of them fucking in a limo makes 8 year old me giggle with shame and fascination.
|by Anonymous||reply 259||09/04/2013|
R251, just tell us who your first male television star crush was, if you had one. You can let us know how young you are by your answer!
|by Anonymous||reply 260||09/04/2013|
Gardner McKay in "Adventures in Paradise" - too young to know why, but I always hoped he'd get his shirt off, and he did in most episodes.
James Drury in "The Virginian".
|by Anonymous||reply 261||09/04/2013|
Stu Erwin or was Irwin, hot!!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 262||09/04/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 263||09/04/2013|
Cory Monteith, "Finn"
|by Anonymous||reply 264||09/06/2013|
Davy Jones "The Monkees" on the Sturday morning reruns ca. 1972
|by Anonymous||reply 265||09/07/2013|
Maybe no one remembers if now, but Biff Warren from The Kids from C.A.P.E.R. was my first crush. Tragically, his career ended in the early 80's and he passed away a short time later.
|by Anonymous||reply 266||10/21/2013|
Mark Hamill in "Star Wars." I wish I had gotten some action from his light saber back in the day.
|by Anonymous||reply 267||10/24/2013|
The blond Duke from the Dukes of Hazard. It was hot when Uncle Jesse threatened to whup him.
|by Anonymous||reply 268||10/24/2013|
Robert Conrad in the Wild Wild West was the first crush of just about every guy who was born from 1945-1955.
|by Anonymous||reply 269||10/24/2013|
Leonard "Mr. Spock" Nimoy.
|by Anonymous||reply 270||10/24/2013|
Wow! What is the average age of posters on DL? 105?
|by Anonymous||reply 271||10/25/2013|
Zack Morris and Jason Priestley
|by Anonymous||reply 272||10/25/2013|
Austin the red power ranger
|by Anonymous||reply 273||10/25/2013|
r271 Shut up, you young whippersnapper.
|by Anonymous||reply 274||10/25/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 275||10/25/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 276||10/25/2013|
Bump those tv stars!
|by Anonymous||reply 277||12/10/2013|
Wesley from Mr. Bellvedere(sp).
|by Anonymous||reply 278||12/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 279||12/10/2013|
James MacArthur, he was in a lot of Disney productions. I especially liked him in "A Light in the Forest" as a white kid raised by native Americans that got sent back to his white family. You got to see a lot of very fine chest and thigh in his native gear.
|by Anonymous||reply 280||12/10/2013|
Alyssa Milano on "Who's The Boss."
|by Anonymous||reply 281||12/10/2013|
R281, Alyssa Milano is a male?
|by Anonymous||reply 282||12/10/2013|
Richard Burgi in The Sentinel.
|by Anonymous||reply 283||12/10/2013|
The guy that used to say "woah" on blossom.
|by Anonymous||reply 284||12/10/2013|
Lance Kerwin on James at 15
|by Anonymous||reply 285||12/10/2013|
R284, that's Joey Lawrence.
|by Anonymous||reply 286||12/10/2013|
Probably Jonathan Frakes in ST:TNG.
|by Anonymous||reply 287||12/10/2013|
Sky King (yep, I am that old)
|by Anonymous||reply 288||12/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 289||12/10/2013|
[quote][R281], Alyssa Milano is a male?
In the dark and with a dildo she can be one.
|by Anonymous||reply 290||12/10/2013|
William Shatner on "Star Trek"
Leonard Nimoy on "Star Trek"
Robert Conrad on "Wild, Wild West"
Burt Ward on "Batman"
Peter Graves & Peter Lupus on "Mission: Impossible"
|by Anonymous||reply 291||12/10/2013|
I'm now embarrassed to say it, but it was John Travolta in "Welcome Back, Kotter", circa 1975-1976. I thought he was a hottie. I also assumed he was straight and unobtainable. By the time I found out he was gay it was too late, he was fug, fat, and wore a bad toup.
|by Anonymous||reply 292||12/10/2013|
I was 13 in 1978 and I fell hard for Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict in "Battlestar Galactica." I also had a thing for Larry Wilcox on "CHiPs" and Gary Sandy and Howard Hesseman on "WKRP in Cincinnati." I knew beyond the shadow of a doubt that I was gay every time I saw one of those guys on screen.
The other boys in school had Farrah Fawcett, Cheryl Ladd, Jaclyn Smith and Lynda Carter... I had the hot studs above.
Circa 1980, I fell for Tom Selleck and he was my main man crush through high school.
|by Anonymous||reply 293||12/10/2013|
Robert Urich ("Vegas")
Bill Bixby ("Incredible Hulk")
Tom Selleck ("Magnum, P.I.")
|by Anonymous||reply 294||12/10/2013|
Rock Hudson on 'McMillan & Wife' in the '70s. As a kid, I thought he was sex on a stick.
|by Anonymous||reply 295||12/10/2013|
Dukes of Hazzard
|by Anonymous||reply 296||12/10/2013|
Wil Wheaton on Star Trek-The Next Generation
Patrick Stewart on Star Trek-The Next Generation
Jonathan Frakes on Star Trek-The Next Generation
This was like 1987 when I was 12, and this was the funniest one: David Faustino, Bud on Married with Children.
|by Anonymous||reply 297||12/10/2013|
Is it called a crush if I wanted to fuck Robert Conrad right up his big beautiful butt ?
|by Anonymous||reply 298||12/10/2013|
What age were you, R298? It was YEARS between my first TV crush and knowing men fucked each other up each other's "big beautiful butts."
|by Anonymous||reply 299||12/10/2013|
Tony Dow, when he was Wally on "Leave It To Beaver"
Ron Grady, when he was Robby on "My Three Sons"
When I was a teen in the '60s, those two got my motor revving.
|by Anonymous||reply 300||12/10/2013|
Van Williams on Surfside 6. Clint Walker on Cheyenne. William Smith on Laredo--he gave off a whiff of erotic menace that was very rare in those days.
|by Anonymous||reply 301||12/10/2013|
Mr. Green jeans.
|by Anonymous||reply 302||12/10/2013|
I had a crush on Felix Howard, the blond boy from Madonna's "Open Your Heart" video. He didn't age well, alas.
|by Anonymous||reply 303||12/10/2013|
[quote]Ron Grady, when he was Robby on "My Three Sons"
That's [bold]D[/bold]on Grady who played Robbie Douglas.
|by Anonymous||reply 304||12/10/2013|
Trent from the MTV show Daria.
|by Anonymous||reply 305||12/10/2013|
When the movie "Ode to Billy Joe" aired on TV in the '70s, I fell hard for Robby Benson. I was probably the only 13 year old boy in my neighborhood with a shirtless Robby Benson (with gazing bedroom eyes) poster on my wall. LOL. He made my cock rock hard.
I wonder what my parents thought about that poster on my wall. It was dead center on the wall between huge Aerosmith and Kiss posters.
|by Anonymous||reply 306||12/10/2013|
R304, Yes, it was DON Grady. I guess my finger slipped on the keyboard. I was typing in the dark (and without my contacts in) and didn't see my error. Nonetheless, DON Grady was one hot hunka burning love.
|by Anonymous||reply 307||12/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 308||12/10/2013|
r6, agree! The Professor was HOT!
Looking for his photo, found the following article:
The Homosexual Agenda of Gilligan’s Island
|by Anonymous||reply 309||12/10/2013|
R308 - Thank you for that. Damn, he had a suckable nipple there (not to mention those dreamy eyes and those beautiful DSLs). LOL. He was one hot creature. I think he was a hetero boy but, damn, I would have loved to have had one night going "One on One" with him back then.
|by Anonymous||reply 310||12/10/2013|
I'm too old for him to be my first TV crush, R310 R306, but when I first started noticing him, I thought he was the most beautiful person who ever lived.
|by Anonymous||reply 311||12/10/2013|
RALPH CARTER WHO PLAYED MICHAEL EVANS ON GOOD TIMES. I HAD THE BIGGEST CRUSH ON HIM. I WAS LUCKY THAT I ACTUALLY GOT TO HAVE A ONE-NIGHT AFFAIR WITH HIM IN 1979 RIGHT AFTER GOOD TIMES WENT OFF THE AIR. I MET HIM AT A BAR, ONE THING LEAD TO ANOTHER AND WE HAD SOME SERIOUS 'GOOD TIMES' THAT NIGHT. I HAVE GREAT MEMORIES OF HIS TIGHT SEXY LITTLE BOOTY. MMMMM, MMMMM GOOD.
|by Anonymous||reply 312||12/10/2013|
Tim Considine, also from My Three Sons. He was "Steve,"
|by Anonymous||reply 313||12/10/2013|
Ricky Nelson. One of the best looking men, ever.
|by Anonymous||reply 314||12/10/2013|
David Hasselhoff when he was Snapper on The Young and The Restless, around 1976. I never watched soaps but my mom did. I came in and sat down on the sofa and got instant wood when he was on. I watched Y&R every day that summer.
|by Anonymous||reply 315||12/10/2013|
Who is that r313. Steve was played by Fred MacMurry and was the dad. It was Steve, Uncle Charlie, Robbie, Chip and Ernie. I don't know who that guy is you're calling Steve.
|by Anonymous||reply 316||12/11/2013|
Yes to both, R314. I think Tim Considine was my first TV crush. But it might've been Ricky Nelson. Too long ago to remember.
|by Anonymous||reply 317||12/11/2013|
Tim Considine played Mike Douglas.
|by Anonymous||reply 318||12/11/2013|
Bowzer on Sha-Na-Na
|by Anonymous||reply 319||12/11/2013|
Who was Mike Douglas?
|by Anonymous||reply 320||12/11/2013|
The oldest of the Douglas boys, R320. He was on from 1960-65.
|by Anonymous||reply 321||12/11/2013|
Ricky Nelson was a god. I remember he used to sing a song at the end of The Ozzie and Harriet Show (black and white t.v. - I think it predates My Three Sons by a few years).
Ozzie Nelson was genius to have Ricky sing. All the girls and 'girls' watched and he became a teen idol and heartthrob.
A beautiful man.
|by Anonymous||reply 322||12/11/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 323||12/11/2013|
My favorite Ricky Nelson pic.
|by Anonymous||reply 324||12/11/2013|
Kurt Russel in The Quest.
|by Anonymous||reply 325||12/11/2013|
Parker Stevenson was gorgeous. Lucky Kirstie.
|by Anonymous||reply 326||12/11/2013|
Jonathan Frakes and his buns on ST: TNG
|by Anonymous||reply 327||12/11/2013|
Speaking of crushes, can someone start a thread on Biggest Crush of DWTS Dancers?
$18.00 is out of my current budget. It used to be free here.
|by Anonymous||reply 328||12/11/2013|
Mike Henry Robert Conrad Jon Eric Hexum
|by Anonymous||reply 329||08/24/2014|
|by Anonymous||reply 330||08/24/2014|
Tony Dow, "Leave It To Beaver"
Not surprised by all the Robert Conrad votes though.
Kirk Cameron had a nice ass, so no need to apologize.
|by Anonymous||reply 331||08/24/2014|
Bud Anderson was Robt. Youngs son on Father Knows Best. Tony Dow was Beavers' broyher in Leave it to Beaver.
|by Anonymous||reply 332||12/31/2014|
Dan Rowan on Laugh-In
|by Anonymous||reply 333||12/31/2014|
Larry Hagman as Major Anthony Nelson. He was HOT back then and he had a fine bubble butt.
The actor who played the Green Hornet. I swear that the character Archer was drawn with him in mind.
|by Anonymous||reply 334||12/31/2014|
|by Anonymous||reply 335||12/31/2014|
Michael J. Fox. I was an 80s kid, what can i say. I also just have a weakness for cute, smart aleky funny guys. Fox, John Ritter, Matthew Perry, Michael Keaton. Sue me.
Oh, and Eric McCormack.
As for the movies, well...Newman and Redford I guess. That hasnt exactly changed. And a weird older man crush on Tom Skerritt.
|by Anonymous||reply 336||01/01/2015|
Frank Gorshin as the Riddler when Batman was on originally back in the 60s.
|by Anonymous||reply 337||01/01/2015|
[quote] Frank Gorshin as the Riddler when Batman was on originally back in the 60s.
I did not like Heath Ledger in his role as "Joker".
|by Anonymous||reply 338||01/01/2015|
Luke Halpin from Flipper.
|by Anonymous||reply 339||01/01/2015|
As a 10-12 year old, these guys rocked my world:
I was born in 1964, and I did not go through this entire thread to see if these guys were mentioned, and I am sure some were, but here are my childhood crushes:
Russell Johnson (the Professor) from Gilligan's Island was hot to me.
Mark Goddard from Lost In Space was sexual dynamite.
Erik Estrada, CHIPS
Jim Stafford, a country music star who briefly had a show
Lance Kerwin, JAMES AT 15 and various "After-school Specials"
Parker Stevenson, The Hardy Boys, of course
Now that I am 50, my taste tends to go "darker" :)
|by Anonymous||reply 340||01/01/2015|
Luke Halpin from Flipper...
|by Anonymous||reply 341||01/01/2015|
[quote] Luke Halpin from Flipper...
Getting rid of two periods would make you about equal to Hitler.
|by Anonymous||reply 342||01/01/2015|
Jameson Parker on "Simon and Simon"
|by Anonymous||reply 343||01/01/2015|
R340 "darker" in coloring or overall personality?
|by Anonymous||reply 344||01/01/2015|
Earl Holliman in "Police Woman"
Later crushes included Bruce Boxleitner, Larry Wilcox, Martin Milner, Hugh Beaumont, Don Murray in Knot's Landing, Lee Majors, Ted Wass and those oh-so-tight jeans from Soap, Gerald McRaney as Rick Simon, Perry King and Joe Penny in Riptide...
|by Anonymous||reply 345||02/21/2015|
David Canary, as Candy, on Bonanza. Then, he was in an hour show where he mixed nitro. That was a thriller.
The American Gladiator, NITRO.
Charles Shaughnessy, soap opera.
Ron ?, who played one of the leads in "Planet of the Apes"
Gary ?, The Virginian
|by Anonymous||reply 346||02/21/2015|
Freddy from "Scooby Doo"
|by Anonymous||reply 347||02/21/2015|
Lee Majors in "The Fall Guy". Pure daddy beef.
|by Anonymous||reply 348||02/21/2015|
I like men but all my early TV crushes were on women. More specifically bad gils like Sabrina, Sam's alter ego on Bewitched.
Pincky Tuscidero on Happy Days.
The "Bad" Sandy in Grease.
|by Anonymous||reply 349||02/21/2015|
Tom Selleck both in Magnum and also when younger in Rockford Files. And speaking of RF, James Garner.
Robert Redford Robert Urich Lee Majors
My PE teacher in high school. He used to walk around totally naked in the locker room. Hmmm....... Dark haired, HUNG, and hung huge, muscular, lean, beautiful, square jawed. All American looks, he knew it too. Looked like he coulda been James Bond.
Speaking of James Bond, Sean Connery and Roger Moore
|by Anonymous||reply 350||02/21/2015|
David Groh, on Rhoda. There was a reason we HAD to watch that show...
Nick Nolte in Prince of Tides. I'd prep his shrimp.
Mr. Burt Reynolds. I'm still jealous of Sally Field.
|by Anonymous||reply 351||02/21/2015|
Gil Gerard in Buck Rogers
|by Anonymous||reply 352||02/21/2015|