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    I know y'all remember this, one of my favorites!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Bowles View Post
    I know y'all remember this, one of my favorites!

    This brings up Hawaiian Eye
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    I never had the urge to borrow Kookie’s comb.
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    Then there was Mannix. Probably got shot in the shoulder more than anyone on TV.

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    Dunno, there is a list on the Internet of all Matt Dillion’s gunshot wounds (north of 60, IIRC), so Mannix might be in 2nd Place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Bowles View Post
    I know y'all remember this, one of my favorites!

    Alas, for the day when parking lot attendants were better groomed then present day school teachers or bank tellers.
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    77 Sunset Strip was an actual night club,it was just 4 doors from Arvo Ojalas' 2nd holster shop when he closed the Lankershim shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Martin View Post
    77 Sunset Strip was an actual night club,it was just 4 doors from Arvo Ojalas' 2nd holster shop when he closed the Lankershim shop.
    IIRC the building they used for the exterior shots was just some common store fronts.


 
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