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1968 Planters Peanut Fashions These nutty fashions were sold in 1968 at Macys, Bloomingdales and elsewhere. There's nothing so charming as having your favorite snack food logo sprinkled all over your togs. Who knew that Mr. Peanut was such a party animal, according to the ad.
Tags: 1968  Planters  Peanuts  snacks  teens  fashions  SeventeenMagazine  ColleenCorby 
Added: 17th September 2011
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Posted By: AngoraSox
Elizabeth Ann Roberts 16-year-old Playboy Playmate Elizabeth Ann Roberts, Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for January 1958, looked like a high school student--because she was! Born in August 1941, the pretty 16-year-old showed up for her photo shoot with a note signed by her mother (who actually accompanied Elizabeth!). Mom's note gave the okay for her daughter to pose for Playboy and also attested that Elizabeth was not a minor. Roberts appeared in a pictorial salaciously titled "Schoolmate Playmate." Her elegant but very youthful appearance prompted an investigation. Charges were laid in Chicago against both Playboy impresario Hugh Hefner and Elizabeth's mother for "contributing to the delinquency of a minor." The charge against Hefner was later dropped when it could not be proved that Hefner knew Roberts' real age. Had the case proceeded to court, Hefner was prepared to argue that the girl who posed nude for the famous 1912 painting September Morn was only 15. Roberts later worked as a bunny in Chicago's Playboy Club. There have been at least seven Playboy Playmates of the Month who were under 18 years of age. Almost all appeared before 1967 when previously vague laws pertaining to modelling for art, erotica, and pornography were clarified and tightened. One exception was the spectacularly well endowed Cynthia Myers (Playmate from December 1968): She was only 17 when she posed, but she had turned 18 by the time her photos were published. It took until 1984 for Playboy to officially institute a minimum age of 18 for its models.
Tags: Elizabeth  Ann  Roberts  Playboy  Playmate  underage 
Added: 20th September 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
1965 Candice Bergen Who knew Candice Bergen's award-laden career had it's humble beginnings in teen fashion magazines? Here is teenager Candice in the July 1965 Seventeen magazine, 23-years before becoming television's famed Murphy Brown.
Tags: 1965  SeventeenMagazine  CandiceBergen  teens  fashions  1960s 
Added: 3rd October 2011
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1964 Sixties Makeup by Wally Westmore For a dollar and a soap wrapper, famed Hollywood makeup artist Wally Westmore will give you your own personal beauty analysis in this November 1964 Seventeen magazine Dial soap ad featuring popular model Colleen Corby. As mentioned in the trivia game number 65 here at YRT, Westmore did the makeup for the 1932 horror film Island of Lost Souls. 32-years later this respected beauty authority graced the pages of teen fashion tome Seventeen magazine. The juxtaposition here is humorous.
Tags: 1964  SeventeenMagazine  vintage  teen  fashions  makeup  WallyWestmore  ColleenCorby  film  Sixties  1960s  ads   
Added: 7th October 2011
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1968 VW Funky Flowers Includes Mellow Yellow and Out of Sight White colors!
Tags: 1968  VW  Flower  Stickers  Sixties  Advertisement  SeventeenMagazine 
Added: 8th October 2011
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1964 7 UP ad Artist Bob Peak's (1927-1992) eye-popping psychedelic colors suit this portrait of a 1960's woman with her rifle found in the November 1964 Seventeen magazine.
Tags: 1964  advertisement  7-UP  SeventeenMagazine  guns    Bob  Peak    uncola 
Added: 8th October 2011
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First World Series Night Game - 1971 On Wednesday, October 13, 1971, Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh hosted the first night game in World Series history. The hometown Pirates defeated the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 to level the series at two games apiece. (Pittsburgh would eventually prevail in seven games.) As early as 1949, lights had been turned on during some WS games as dusk approached, but never before had a WS game been scheduled for after sunset. By 1973, all WS weekday games were contested at night. There hasn't been a WS day game since 1987.
Tags: baseb  World  Series  night  game  first 
Added: 23rd October 2011
Views: 2897
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Posted By: Lava1964
1948 October RyKrisp ad Nobody loves a fat girl, says the ad from an October 1948 Seventeen magazine.
Tags: 1948,  RyKrisp,  snack  food,  advertisement,  Seventeen  magazine,  illustration,  Jan  Balet,  teens,  diets,  football 
Added: 27th October 2011
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Boxer Ron Lyle 1941-2011 Former heavyweight contender Ron Lyle died on November 26, 2011 as a result of complications from stomach surgery. He was 70. Lyle spent more than seven years in a Colorado prison for his part in a 1961 gang murder. He took up boxing while incarcerated. Lyle, paroled in 1969, did not have his first pro fight until 1971 when he was 30. He compiled an excellent 43-7-1 professional record, but his two most famous fights were losses. Lyle was stopped by Muhammad Ali in a May 16, 1975 world title fight in Las Vegas. Lyle was leading on the judges' scorecards when the fight was stopped, somewhat controversially by the standards of the day, in the 11th round. On January 24, 1976, Lyle engaged in a memorable crossroads fight versus George Foreman, also in Las Vegas. It was a wild, nationally televised brawl that featured both men in trouble several times. Each man was knocked down twice. Foreman eventually prevailed by a fifth-round knockout. Boxing historian Bert Sugar claimed it was "the most two-sided fight" he had hever seen.
Tags: Ron  Lyle  boxing 
Added: 28th November 2011
Views: 868
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Posted By: Lava1964
1963 Valentine Dinner Ad Dinner is served! Found in the February 1963 Seventeen magazine. Happy Valentine's Day all!
Tags: Valentine  dinner  Libby  advertisement  1963  seventeen  magazine 
Added: 14th February 2012
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