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12th Jul '16 11:27:02 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:350:Jackie Stewart and Emerson Fittipaldi, [[FriendlyEnemy friendly enemies]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Jackie [[caption-width-right:350:[[FriendlyEnemy Jackie Stewart and Emerson Fittipaldi, [[FriendlyEnemy friendly enemies]].Fittipaldi]].]]





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7th May '16 11:29:03 PM nombretomado
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** ''NameThatTune'': NBC Vice President of Daytime Programming Lin Bolen commissioned a revival of this name-the-song game show staple of the 1950s and hired Dennis James as emcee. In "The Game Show Book" by the USA Today's Jefferson Graham, James -- who was 57 when he took the job -- was asked to grow his hair and sideburns to appear 15 years younger, which he did very reluctantly. He carried over this look to the first half of the 1974-1975 syndicated season of ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', which he simultaneously hosted, but once ''Tune'''s daytime version was cancelled in January 1975, he cut his hair and trimmed his sideburns to his more familiar style.
** ''WheelOfFortune'': Chuck Woolery's hair was to between the collar and neckline for the first three-plus years of the original NBC run; Woolery was just 33 when ''Wheel'' debuted.

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** ''NameThatTune'': ''Series/NameThatTune'': NBC Vice President of Daytime Programming Lin Bolen commissioned a revival of this name-the-song game show staple of the 1950s and hired Dennis James as emcee. In "The Game Show Book" by the USA Today's Jefferson Graham, James -- who was 57 when he took the job -- was asked to grow his hair and sideburns to appear 15 years younger, which he did very reluctantly. He carried over this look to the first half of the 1974-1975 syndicated season of ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', which he simultaneously hosted, but once ''Tune'''s daytime version was cancelled in January 1975, he cut his hair and trimmed his sideburns to his more familiar style.
** ''WheelOfFortune'': ''Series/WheelOfFortune'': Chuck Woolery's hair was to between the collar and neckline for the first three-plus years of the original NBC run; Woolery was just 33 when ''Wheel'' debuted.



* ''TheBradyBunch'': From ultra-conservative hairstyles during the second half of the first season (which fell in 1970), the hair eventually grew longer and far more fashionable for the era starting with the season. First, Robert Reed's hair was fashionably thick starting in the 1971-1972 season, and Barry Williams began perming his hair; Florence Henderson's hair also grew more fashionable. By Season 4 (1972-1973), Maureen [=McCormick=]'s hair was longer and very chic for the times, and Reed began wearing perms and Williams alternated between straight (with 1970s thickness) and perms. The final season (1973-1974) saw Chris Knight also perm his hair and Eve Plumb wear her hair long, although there were a handful of episodes where both [=McCormick=] and Plumb wore their hairs in buns. But even in the early years that fell within the 1970s, guest stars and other bit characters were seen wearing fashionable hairstyles, so indeed the Bradys lived in the real world, becoming far more obvious as the years wore on.

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* ''TheBradyBunch'': ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': From ultra-conservative hairstyles during the second half of the first season (which fell in 1970), the hair eventually grew longer and far more fashionable for the era starting with the season. First, Robert Reed's hair was fashionably thick starting in the 1971-1972 season, and Barry Williams began perming his hair; Florence Henderson's hair also grew more fashionable. By Season 4 (1972-1973), Maureen [=McCormick=]'s hair was longer and very chic for the times, and Reed began wearing perms and Williams alternated between straight (with 1970s thickness) and perms. The final season (1973-1974) saw Chris Knight also perm his hair and Eve Plumb wear her hair long, although there were a handful of episodes where both [=McCormick=] and Plumb wore their hairs in buns. But even in the early years that fell within the 1970s, guest stars and other bit characters were seen wearing fashionable hairstyles, so indeed the Bradys lived in the real world, becoming far more obvious as the years wore on.



* ''HappyDays'': Blatantly (along with the fashions) by the late 1970s, despite this being a show who was (by this time) set in the late 1950s and very early 1960s. This evolved into EightiesHair during the early 1980s years, despite the show being set in the early-to-mid 1960s.
* ''[[That70sShow That '70s Show]]'', naturally. Especially Kelso's feathered 'do and Hyde's frizzy afro.

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* ''HappyDays'': ''Series/HappyDays'': Blatantly (along with the fashions) by the late 1970s, despite this being a show who was (by this time) set in the late 1950s and very early 1960s. This evolved into EightiesHair during the early 1980s years, despite the show being set in the early-to-mid 1960s.
* ''[[That70sShow That '70s Show]]'', ''Series/That70sShow'', naturally. Especially Kelso's feathered 'do and Hyde's frizzy afro.
6th Apr '16 5:20:48 PM DavidDelony
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Women's hair was also "hippie-ish" (long and straight) for the first half of the decade and puffy and combed-over during the second half (also a preview of EightiesHair). Outside of this wiki, when referring to "70s hair", people usually mean that sexy feathered hairstyle associated with Creator/FarrahFawcett and KristyMcNichol. Usually when referring to what's called '70s hair on this wiki, terms like "{{Disco}} hair" are used.

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Women's hair was also "hippie-ish" (long and straight) for the first half of the decade and puffy and combed-over during the second half (also a preview of EightiesHair). Outside of this wiki, when referring to "70s hair", people usually mean that sexy feathered hairstyle associated with Creator/FarrahFawcett Creator/FarrahFawcett, KristyMcNichol and KristyMcNichol.Music/StevieNicks. Usually when referring to what's called '70s hair on this wiki, terms like "{{Disco}} hair" are used.
6th Apr '16 5:19:32 PM DavidDelony
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Yeah, it's the sideburns. They were undoubtedly the defining feature of Seventies male hair, in addition to hair that was worn naturally thick--straight at first, and "hippie-ish" just like [[TheSixties Sixties]] hair during the first half of the decade (since the early seventies was really TheSixties Part II) but increasingly frizzy during the second half (a preview of EightiesHair) as the decade wore on, perhaps thanks to the influence of glitter rock, or possibly the Black Power movement. The other "very 70s" hairstyle is the Afro, immensely popular in the 70s (though it started in the late [[TheSixties Sixties]])for most African-Americans, but even white guys with curly hair tried to have one. Afros in fiction often tend to be [[FunnyAfro exaggerated for comic effect]].

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Yeah, it's the sideburns. They were undoubtedly the defining feature of Seventies male hair, in addition to hair that was worn naturally thick--straight at first, and "hippie-ish" just like [[TheSixties Sixties]] hair during the first half of the decade (since the early seventies was really TheSixties Part II) but increasingly frizzy during the second half (a preview of EightiesHair) as the decade wore on, perhaps thanks to the influence of glitter rock, or possibly the Black Power movement. The other "very 70s" hairstyle is the Afro, immensely popular in the 70s (though it started in the late [[TheSixties Sixties]])for Sixties]]) for most African-Americans, but [[PrettyFlyForAWhiteGuy even white guys with curly hair tried to have one.one]]. Afros in fiction often tend to be [[FunnyAfro exaggerated for comic effect]].
25th Mar '16 7:24:39 AM Eievie
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Yeah, it's the sideburns. They were undoubtedly the defining feature of Seventies male hair, in addition to hair that was worn naturally thick - straight at first, and "hippie-ish" just like [[TheSixties Sixties]] hair during the first half of the decade (since the early seventies was really TheSixties Part II) but increasingly frizzy during the second half (a preview of EightiesHair) as the decade wore on, perhaps thanks to the influence of glitter rock, or possibly the Black Power movement. The other 'very 70s' hairstyle is the Afro, immensely popular in the 70s (though it started in the late [[TheSixties Sixties]])for most African-Americans, but even white guys with curly hair tried to have one. Afros in fiction often tend to be [[FunnyAfro exaggerated for comic effect]].

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Yeah, it's the sideburns. They were undoubtedly the defining feature of Seventies male hair, in addition to hair that was worn naturally thick - straight thick--straight at first, and "hippie-ish" just like [[TheSixties Sixties]] hair during the first half of the decade (since the early seventies was really TheSixties Part II) but increasingly frizzy during the second half (a preview of EightiesHair) as the decade wore on, perhaps thanks to the influence of glitter rock, or possibly the Black Power movement. The other 'very 70s' "very 70s" hairstyle is the Afro, immensely popular in the 70s (though it started in the late [[TheSixties Sixties]])for most African-Americans, but even white guys with curly hair tried to have one. Afros in fiction often tend to be [[FunnyAfro exaggerated for comic effect]].



Women's hair was also "hippie-ish" (long and straight) for the first half of the decade and puffy and combed-over during the second half (also a preview of EightiesHair). Outside of this wiki, when referring to '70s hair, people usually mean that sexy feathered hairstyle associated with Creator/FarrahFawcett and KristyMcNichol. Usually when referring to what's called '70s hair on this wiki, terms like "{{Disco}} hair" are used.

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Women's hair was also "hippie-ish" (long and straight) for the first half of the decade and puffy and combed-over during the second half (also a preview of EightiesHair). Outside of this wiki, when referring to '70s hair, "70s hair", people usually mean that sexy feathered hairstyle associated with Creator/FarrahFawcett and KristyMcNichol. Usually when referring to what's called '70s hair on this wiki, terms like "{{Disco}} hair" are used.
9th Mar '16 7:14:05 AM Hossmeister
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* ''AllInTheFamily'': Mike ("Meathead") and a lot of his hippie friends.

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* ''AllInTheFamily'': ''Series/AllInTheFamily'': Mike ("Meathead") and a lot of his hippie friends.
8th Mar '16 1:53:49 AM erforce
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* Most of the cast of ''Film/{{Anchorman}}'', sometimes adding the PornStache for good measure.

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* Most of the cast of ''Film/{{Anchorman}}'', ''Film/AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy'', sometimes adding the PornStache for good measure.



** ''NameThatTune'': NBC Vice President of Daytime Programming Lin Bolen commissioned a revival of this name-the-song game show staple of the 1950s and hired Dennis James as emcee. In "The Game Show Book" by the USA Today's Jefferson Graham, James -- who was 57 when he took the job -- was asked to grow his hair and sideburns to appear 15 years younger, which he did very reluctantly. He carried over this look to the first half of the 1974-1975 syndicated season of ''ThePriceIsRight'', which he simultaneously hosted, but once ''Tune'''s daytime version was cancelled in January 1975, he cut his hair and trimmed his sideburns to his more familiar style.

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** ''NameThatTune'': NBC Vice President of Daytime Programming Lin Bolen commissioned a revival of this name-the-song game show staple of the 1950s and hired Dennis James as emcee. In "The Game Show Book" by the USA Today's Jefferson Graham, James -- who was 57 when he took the job -- was asked to grow his hair and sideburns to appear 15 years younger, which he did very reluctantly. He carried over this look to the first half of the 1974-1975 syndicated season of ''ThePriceIsRight'', ''Series/ThePriceIsRight'', which he simultaneously hosted, but once ''Tune'''s daytime version was cancelled in January 1975, he cut his hair and trimmed his sideburns to his more familiar style.
26th Feb '16 3:56:10 AM Tron80
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* ''Anime/{{Daitarn3}}'': Main character Banjo has very long sideburns, and thick, unruly hair. His female companions have long, puffy hair.
7th Jan '16 1:13:23 PM nombretomado
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* Take an actor known for SeventiesHair, like Takuya Kimura, and cast him in a seventies throwback LiveActionAdaptation, in this case the ''UchuuSenkanYamato'' movie. How could it not work?

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* Take an actor known for SeventiesHair, like Takuya Kimura, and cast him in a seventies throwback LiveActionAdaptation, in this case the ''UchuuSenkanYamato'' ''Film/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' movie. How could it not work?
4th Jan '16 5:19:30 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* [[http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/upload/George-Jones_17724.jpg George Jones]].

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* [[http://www.thisdayinmusic.com/upload/George-Jones_17724.jpg youtube.com/watch?v=yI3JBVrFdK4 George Jones]].Jones]] in 1974.
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