Bionic Disco proudly presents Babes of the 1970s: Lovely ladies. Feast your eyes on 20 lovely and luscious female entertainers we found enticing and exciting in the years 1970 through 1979.
This visual list contains a healthy amount of feminine babes but there are many more we could have included. If response is good we’ll post part two in the coming days (and also present some “manly males”). Here now, in alphabetical order we have Loni Anderson, Adrienne Barbeau, Barbi Benton and many more. Dream on…
Loni Anderson. Best known in the 70s for: Portraying Jennifer Marlowe on TV’s WKRP in Cincinnati.
Adrienne Barbeau. Best known in the 70s for: Portraying Carol Traynor on TV’s Maude (1972-1978), guest starring on shows such as The Love Boat (1977) and Eight Is Enough (1978).
Barbi Benton. Best known in the 70s for: guest starring TV roles on shows like Hee Haw (1972) and McCloud (1975) and appearing as a regular on the short-lived series Sugar Time! (1977-78), recording country-flavored albums, posing in Playboy.
Jacqueline Bisset. Best known in the 70s for: starring in films such as The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972), Murder on the Orient Express (1974) and The Deep (1977).
Linda Blair. Best known in the 70s for: starring in The Exorcist (1973) and The Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977) playing troubled teens in TV movies like Born Innocent (1974) and Sarah T. – Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1975).
Lynda Carter. Best known in the 70s for: Portraying Wonder Woman in The New Adventures of Wonder Woman (1975-1979).
Charo. Best known in the 70s for: appearing on TV talk shows, guest starring on shows like The Love Boat (1977) and The Hollywood Squares (1972-1978), playing flamenco guitar, saying “cuchi-cuchi.”
Angie Dickinson. Best known in the 70s for: starring in TV’s Police Woman as Sgt. “Pepper” Anderson, starring in films such as Big Bad Mama (1974).
Lola Falana. Best known in the 70s for: appearing on TV shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1970-78) and The New Bill Cosby Show (1972), hosting The Muppet Show (1979) and starring in her own variety series Lola! (1975-76).
Agnetha Fältskog. Best known in the 70s for: singing in the band ABBA – one of the most successful pop groups of all-time. Winning the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest.
Farrah Fawcett. Best known in the 70s for: portraying Jill Munroe on TV’s Charlie’s Angels (1976-1980), guest starring TV roles on shows such as The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-76) and Harry-O (1974-76), selling millions of posters bearing her image.
Pam Grier. Best known in the 70s for: starring in films such as Coffy (1973), Foxy Brown (1974) and Greased Lightning (1977).
Deborah Harry. Best known in the 70s for: being the lead singer of New York-based pop-punk band Blondie.
Lauren Hutton. Best known in the 70s for: her fashion modeling career, starring in films such as The Gambler (1974) and Viva Knievel! (1977).
Ann-Margret. Best known in the 70s for: Singing and dancing on TV talk shows like The Mike Douglas Show (1970-79) and Dinah! (1975-79), starring in films such as Carnal Knowledge (1971), Tommy (1975) and Magic (1978), Las Vegas stage shows.
Cybill Shepherd. Best known in the 70s for: her modeling career, starring in films like The Last Picture Show (1971), The Heartbreak Kid (1972) and Taxi Driver (1976).
Jaclyn Smith. Best known in the 70s for: portraying Kelly Garrett on TV’s Charlie’s Angels (1976-1981).
Suzanne Somers. Best known in the 70s for: portraying Chrissy Snow on TV’s Three’s Company (1977-1981)
Cheryl Tiegs. Best known in the 70s for: her modeling career (including being a Sports Illustrated cover model), selling millions of posters bearing her image.
Raquel Welch. Best known in the 70s for: TV appearances on shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1974-1988), hosting Saturday Night Live (1976) and The Muppet Show (1978), starring in films like Kansas City Bomber (1972) and The Three Musketeers (1973).
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