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The ever popular Aussie folk-rock group The Seekers in the 1960s. Keith Potger is the one holding the Sunburst Gibson B-45-12 guitar (same model that Gordon Lightfoot plays), Judith Durham, Bruce Woodley holding a 6 string guitar (IDK the model, sorry), and Athol Guy on the top. Great pose.

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The Mamas & The Papas were the 1960s answer to ABBA. Pictured Mama Cass Elliott (deceased), Michelle Phillips (the lone surviving member today), Denny Doherty (deceased, also he was The Harbormaster on the CBC series in the 1990s Theodore Tugboat), and John Phillips (deceased). BTW they remind me of the cast of soon-to-be-defunct iCarly!

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Tab collars were popular choice in the early-late 1960s (pre-Kipper tie era). The late Roger Sterling knows how to wear it.

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Sean Connery will always be the real James Bond in our hearts. Love his Turnbull & Asser sea island shirts.

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Canadian TV ad for the NBC-TV 1969-1973 umbrella series The Bold Ones with future GMA emcee David Hartman, John Saxon (Enter The Dragon), and the late E.G. Marshall as Doctors.

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The recently deceased actor James Farentino was handsome as Neil Darrell in The Lawyers segment of The Bold Ones.

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The cast of Marcus Welby, M.D. in 1970. The late Robert Young, Elena Verdugo, and James Brolin (known nowadays as Mr. Babs!)

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Everybody's favorite foursome from Liverpool. The Beatles in 1964. Timeless style from England you dig!
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That's what I call timeless vintage style you dig! smile.gif
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Hard to believe that this look is now over 40 years old. I searched in vain for some stills from the movie of O'Neal walking in New York and standing in the travel agency window thinking about buying tickets to Paris in his gray DB overcoat. inlove.gif but alas, it seems to be nonexistent.

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Originally Posted by Digmenow View Post

Hard to believe that this look is now over 40 years old. I searched in vain for some stills from the movie of O'Neal walking in New York and standing in the travel agency window thinking about buying tickets to Paris in his gray DB overcoat. inlove.gif but alas, it seems to be nonexistent.
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Love Story (1970) was a true cult-classic tearjerker. But I felt sorry for Ryan O'Neal since he had cancer recently.
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Tab collars were popular choice in the early-late 1960s (pre-Kipper tie era). The late Roger Sterling knows how to wear it.

It's Rod Serling

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_Serling
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Sorry about the typos smile.gif
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It doesn't get much more timeless than nylon shirts and "washable" ties. nod[1].gif
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BTW, Dick Cavett is my favorite idol. I share the same birthday as the ex-talk show host himself. Did you know he started out as a writer for the late greats Jack Paar and Johnny Carson?
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BTW, Dick Cavett is my favorite idol. I share the same birthday as the ex-talk show host himself. Did you know he started out as a writer for the late greats Jack Paar and Johnny Carson?

He complimented my work once, and it basically made my month.
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He complimented my work once, and it basically made my month.

You really met Dick Cavett in person?

BTW, He used to wear J. Press and John Weitz on his ABC shows from 1968-1975.
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You really met Dick Cavett in person?
BTW, He used to wear J. Press and John Weitz on his ABC shows from 1968-1975.
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You really met Dick Cavett in person?
BTW, He used to wear J. Press and John Weitz on his ABC shows from 1968-1975.

I remember the J Press credit. but not the John Weitz. My memory of Weitz was that he sold
his name to low-end menswear makers. Certainly not the type of clothes Cavett favored.
Turns out Weitz was something of a renaissance man- serving in the OSS during World War 2,
etc.

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/04/nyregion/john-weitz-79-fashion-designer-turned-historian-dies.html
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The rather Saintly sartorial look

 

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The kids are alright - The High Number's non satorial look

 

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My memory of Weitz was that he sold his name to low-end menswear makers. Certainly not the type of clothes Cavett favored. Turns out Weitz was something of a renaissance man- serving in the OSS during World War 2, etc.

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/10/04/nyregion/john-weitz-79-fashion-designer-turned-historian-dies.html

Weitz was higher end at the mid-late 60s start, with lots of dashing sportswear that he modeled in his dashing sporting life -- racing cars, marrying movie star Susan Kohner (Imitation of Life), etc.

Before you maxed out on licensing in the 70s you had to have a brand & image to license, and he certainly did.
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