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Old 05-06-2005, 07:25 PM   #1
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Usually I don't ask questions like this, but who do you think was better looking on the show- Kim Hilton ...I mean Richards or Donna Wilkes? I don't even remember Krista Erickson. I probably have to say I like Kim better.
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Kim Richards. I always liked her.
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kim altough krista was nice looking too donna eh
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Usually I don't ask questions like this, but who do you think was better looking on the show- Kim Hilton ...I mean Richards or Donna Wilkes? I don't even remember Krista Erickson. I probably have to say I like Kim better.
Kim! Krista's still around doing the odd indy thing. Actually she's fine today. Kim put on weight. Not knocking that just stating the facts. I agree...Donna, eh. Wasn't she fired from the show for drugs?
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I don't know if Donna was fired because of drugs or not. After Hello, Larry she became "Angel"- High School Student By Day, Hollywood Hooker At Night.
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I don't know if Donna was fired because of drugs or not. After Hello, Larry she became "Angel"- High School Student By Day, Hollywood Hooker At Night.
Yeah, I recall finding the trailer to that on VideoDetective.com.
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Well, I'll go with Kim since she was cute beyond belief and had a sexy gravely voice even as a little girl.
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Kim TOTALLY...

BTW, it was NICE to see the pilot on Diff'rent Strokes DVD release
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Kim, without a doubt...she was just toooo cute!!

And she always seemed to be such a nice girl, in every thing I've ever seen her in...

I think most guys back than probably had a crush on her... I know a whole lot of my friends liked her, and we'd pretty much watch anything she was in...
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Old 12-21-2005, 06:57 PM   #10
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Kim, without a doubt...she was just toooo cute!!

And she always seemed to be such a nice girl, in every thing I've ever seen her in...

I think most guys back than probably had a crush on her... I know a whole lot of my friends liked her, and we'd pretty much watch anything she was in...
speaking as a guy who was around back then i admit i had a little crush on her myself .and while i have not met her yet i read in autograph mags that at autograph shows she is very very nice and loves to talk to fans im not tooo sure what i would say to her if i met her
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speaking as a guy who was around back then i admit i had a little crush on her myself .and while i have not met her yet i read in autograph mags that at autograph shows she is very very nice and loves to talk to fans im not tooo sure what i would say to her if i met her


"Tweety says 'hi' " would be a good start!

You mentioned that you haven't met her YET... do you go to autograph/signing shows? And have you met any stars that we grew up watching? I grew up in the 60s and 70s myself... I don't guess I've ever met a TV celebrity, just a few professional athletes, which to me is not the same thing...

I suppose if I ever did meet someone like that I would want them to know how much I appreciated their contribution to our childhood entertainment during the time I was growing up... at least, I hope I could get those words out

They all pretty much gave up what should be a care-free time of life (i.e. childhood) in order to do what they did... And even though Hollywood usually forgets them as soon as they're no longer 'useful', it'd be nice to let them know that they all have a lot of fans out here that very much appreciate
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"Tweety says 'hi' " would be a good start!

You mentioned that you haven't met her YET... do you go to autograph/signing shows? And have you met any stars that we grew up watching? I grew up in the 60s and 70s myself... I don't guess I've ever met a TV celebrity, just a few professional athletes, which to me is not the same thing...

I suppose if I ever did meet someone like that I would want them to know how much I appreciated their contribution to our childhood entertainment during the time I was growing up... at least, I hope I could get those words out

They all pretty much gave up what should be a care-free time of life (i.e. childhood) in order to do what they did... And even though Hollywood usually forgets them as soon as they're no longer 'useful', it'd be nice to let them know that they all have a lot of fans out here that very much appreciate
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yes ive been to one autograph show and hope to go to more at the show i went to i met dawn lynn who played dodie on my three sons she was so nice and made all the fans like myself feel like old friends as her line was not too long we must have talked for a good 15 minutes not only about my three sons but about other roles she played like a guest shot that she did on gunsmoke that i liked i was also impressed by don pedro colley from shows like danel boone and dukes of hazzard he was the hit of the show that day with his great demeanoir you could tell that he really loves to hear every thing that his fans have to say to him i also met paul lemat and had him sign my paperback copy of the burning bed he was nothing like the villins he often plays in his movies the thing i remember most about him was that after he finshed signing my book and a photo that i bought from him and my mother who was with me that day and i had left where his table was he saw that we had alot of stuff that we had bought from the dealers and other celebs at the show and he got up and left his own signing table and came over to my mother and handed her some envlopes and said here sweetie these might help you lighten your load it was nice of him to do that all in all these shows are fun there is always one celeb who is nasty or curt but i didnt want zach gilligns autograph anyway but i feel sorry for the fans who did want one but thats another story butt if yiu ever get a chance to go to one of these shows i say go for it
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yes ive been to one autograph show and hope to go to more at the show i went to i met dawn lynn who played dodie on my three sons she was so nice and made all the fans like myself feel like old friends as her line was not too long we must have talked for a good 15 minutes not only about my three sons but about other roles she played like a guest shot that she did on gunsmoke that i liked..
thanks for your response!

that's cool! if you go to www.jumptheshark.com and check out the "My Three Sons" page, you will see a comment posted by Dawn herself (she wasn't the first to post on that page, but she was responding to numerous posts that had criticized her and the show,and when someone who was actually involved in a show posts a comment, the web masters will put the comment at the top of the page, in a different color font, so that it stands out from the other comments)... I've not had an opportunity to meet her, but I did email her and we exchanged a couple of very nice emails... she seems like a very, very, very nice lady today...and I never minded the Dodie character, I thought she was cute... but she did say that the producers of M3Sons made her wear skirts that were way too short for her in order to make her appear to be younger than she really was... but she adored the people she worked with on the show, and has great memories of being on it...
I would consider it an honor to meet her today.

If I keep my eyes and ears open, maybe I will have an opportunity to meet some of these folks I've liked for so long... I'm a couple of hours away from the Orlando area, where Debi Storm (Molly Webber, Marcia's 'rival' in a Brady Bunch episode) lives and where her husband owns and operates a BBQ place, and one of these days when my wife and I are up that way, we plan on stopping by there, and maybe meeting Debi if she's available at the time we're in the area...
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just a little update i bought a vintage kim richards autograph for my collection last week its nice to have her autograph in my collection but i still hope to meet her one day
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