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Old 02-01-2015, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default If you didn't think Debralee Scott was sexy, this video will change your mind.

Man, I wish I was alive in the 1970s.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRXUHLDma-o
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I've always thought that Debralee was sexy!!
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sorry I still feel she was unattractive
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It was the overbite that took away from the fact that she had a sexy figure.
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It was the overbite that took away from the fact that she had a sexy figure.
I guess to some she was a butterface. I still think she was cute though.
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The standards of Beauty for women in the Entertainment industry is so high that average looking women are considered to be ugly in comparison. The competition is fierce and if a woman looks are only good enough or average, you might as well put a bag over her head. It's not like that in real life, though, just in movies, tv and magazines where the standard for a woman's beauty is that anything less than a perfect "10" is considered to be unacceptable.
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I was around in the 70's and had the chance to meet Debralee a few times... and I remember that....... it was "Historical" at the time and still is now...... unlike some others on here...I have to respectfully disagree....not only was she an attractive lady with an awesome body.... she also had a great PERSONALITY....... something that is very much lacking now in days.....
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I'm familiar with that Password clip. Debralee was definitely sexy, overbite and all. It's sad she's no longer with us.

I'm currently watching the complete series DVD of Mary Hartman, following the original broadcast schedule and watching one episode a day, Monday thru Friday. I'm up to episode 25 now. Debralee is excellent in the show, the entire cast is excellent, the only one I don't care for is Mary's daughter Heather. Great writing in this show, at least in the 1st season. The quality of the writing tapers off some during the 2nd season.
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I'm familiar with that Password clip. Debralee was definitely sexy, overbite and all. It's sad she's no longer with us.

I'm currently watching the complete series DVD of Mary Hartman, following the original broadcast schedule and watching one episode a day, Monday thru Friday. I'm up to episode 25 now. Debralee is excellent in the show, the entire cast is excellent, the only one I don't care for is Mary's daughter Heather. Great writing in this show, at least in the 1st season. The quality of the writing tapers off some during the 2nd season.
I loved MARY HARTMAN..... MARY HARTMAN!!!

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Mary Hartman was indeed a very innovative series that thought totally outside the box in it's original presentation. There's been nothing like it since. Too bad only season one is available on DVD.
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Mary Hartman was indeed a very innovative series that thought totally outside the box in it's original presentation. There's been nothing like it since. Too bad only season one is available on DVD.
The complete series of Mary Hartman is now available on DVD. Shout Factory released it a little over a year ago. The first 25 episodes of season one is what was released previously, not the whole season. The first season has 130 episodes.

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I loved MARY HARTMAN..... MARY HARTMAN!!!
Have you purchased the complete series DVD? Having Mary Hartman complete on DVD is like a holy grail for me. I just hope Shout Factory will eventually follow up and release the complete series of Forever Fernwood.

Mary Hartman is an excellent time capsule of the 1970's, it represents the decade so well. Another 70's show that has a great 70's vibe is Emergency!, with Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe.
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Check out this tribute to Debralee Scott to see how many things put together were the cause of her death.A slight variation to her husbands schedule might had been the difference between life and death of Debralee Scott.
http://www.findadeath.com/Deceased/s...alee_scott.htm
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I'm surprised at how many replies this thread has gotten.

You're welcome for me bringing life back to the "Angie" message board.
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Have you purchased the complete series DVD? Having Mary Hartman complete on DVD is like a holy grail for me. I just hope Shout Factory will eventually follow up and release the complete series of Forever Fernwood.

Mary Hartman is an excellent time capsule of the 1970's, it represents the decade so well. Another 70's show that has a great 70's vibe is Emergency!, with Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe.
NO Retro... I have not.... I'm not a big DVD collector.... but Mary Hartman was always one of my "CULT" favorites..... And I had a "CRUSH" on a few of the characters..... so it's a thought!
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