Linda Evans (later his wife on Dynasty) when she guest-starred as a teenage friend to his adoptive daughter (his niece, in fact.)
Airport 1975 (1974) and was blown to bits in The Hindenburg (1975.) At this point, he was starring in a TV series rendition of The Long, Hot Summer, but would find more lasting fame from the later sci-show The Invaders. (Note to actors, if you want to assure one's self of at least a small cult following, do some science-fiction!) Thinnes was never really my type, but I think he looks very handsome here.
Stefanie Powers as female spy April Dancer. Powers had far more success with the later show Hart to Hart with Robert Wagner. Nowadays, Powers on screen work is limited as she pursues her animal welfare interests in Kenya and takes part in stage work (she has been playing Tallulah Bankhead, her costar in 1965's Die! Die! My Darling!, in "Looped" on tour this year!) I recently read her auto-bio and found in lacking in details about her acting career and costars, preferring to focus on her travels and wildlife work (and containing a couple of glaring errors, too!)
Mission: Impossible debuted (which would run for seven seasons in all.) The threesome shown here were the chief stars of the show, but Steven Hill would soon be edged out when his newfound religious practices clashed with the tight shooting schedule and Martin Landau and his real-life wife Barbara Bain (who won three Emmys in a row as spy Cinnamon Carter) left after the third season in a contract dispute. Hill resurfaced years later on Law & Order while the Landaus went into Space: 1999. The Landaus divorced in 1993, which was surprising since they so often worked in tandem.
James Brolin. Both gentlemen won Emmys for the show as well as Golden Globes (Brolin took home two of those.) Running for seven seasons, Young saw to quite a few patients during the run of the series. Interestingly, the former Father Knows Best star was shown working at the home of The Cleavers from Leave it to Beaver, as Dr. Welby's office was situated in their old homestead!
Gary Conway and the colorful clothing, campy worn by the female stars (one of who, Deanna Lund, is shown here.) In real life, Lund married her other Giants costar Don Matheson while Conway wed Miss America 1957 Marian McKnight.
This marks the end of our "Guide"-ed tour and - hey! - did you happen to notice that there was not one price increase within this ten-year stretch? Every issue was 15 cents!! As a matter of fact, TV Guide was 15 cents from its inception in 1948 (first as a New York City local, then national in 1953) until mid-1974 when it jumped to a quarter per issue. I find that remarkable (and a little depressing when you think of the way inflation has gotten for us now...) I quit buying it years ago, but I believe it's $3.99 a pop now!
...became a sort of Fun Manchu/Satanic thing after revisions.