Shelley appeared in a fashion spread for JCPenney's 1970 fall and winter catalog entitled "Red is the color that my true love wears" which featured the various sleepwear fashions available in red at JCPenney. Thank you so much to kathyloghry.blogspot.com for posting the pic.
Monday, January 27, 2014
On a break on the Cutter to Houston set in 1983, it seems Shelley decided to study her lines. Cutter to Houston was a medical series that used genuine medical terminology. A consultant was permanently on the set to monitor and correct all the medical terms used during filming.
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Monday, January 20, 2014
Shelley appeared in newspaper ads promoting Revlon's new spring look for the 1981 season. Revlon's latest innovation "The Rouge" was now available and came in six new shades. Polished Ambers by Revlon had come up with several new blue and yellow based colors for "dark-skinned beauties." And Charlie, also by Revlon, had come up with a new look - packaging, bottle and all. The new look was based on a painting created especially for Charlie by esteemed artist LeRoy Neiman.
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Shelley is among the celebrities who have been included in the pinterest.com site Gorgeousness Doesn't End at 40. Her fellow Charlie's Angels Cheryl Ladd and Lucy Liu are also in the list, as well as a number of other showbiz luminaries who have aged gracefully. It's amazing how magazines and media in general have made it seem that gorgeousness is the sole property of the young when gorgeousness is an ageless quality (as proven by 73-year-old Supermodel Carmen Dell'Orefice) Besides, everyone eventually ages anyway, whether they like it or not, so what's all the fuzz about getting a wrinkle? It was never the dress, but the way you wear it, honey. You can be gorgeous at any age, and that's a fact. So youngsters, stop worrying and don't buy into it all. Just like the celebrities in this list, Gorgeousness knows no age.
Posted by nico at 9:11 PM
Shelley played Jackie Shea opposite Tom Mason's Mike Brennan in 1986 series Jack and Mike which was set in Chicago. Jackie, a journalist, was married to Mike, a restaurateur; and the couple struggled to find time for each other amid their busy professional lives.
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The TV series Charlie's Angels was so popular that tabloids kept churning out story after story about the ladies who became part of the show. From their looks to their love lives, nothing was off limits. Some wrote about "The Curse of Charlie's Angels," that the stars of the series have all "been struck down by personal disaster" since they've joined the show.
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Saturday, January 11, 2014
Night Court TV Tales E! Channel Documentary
Watch it on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJhqJKT8XH4
Shelley's very brief stint as DA Christine Sullivan in Night Court was mentioned in the 2002 E! Channel documentary series TV Tales when it featured the ground-breaking sitcom. According to Richard Moll, who played bailiff Bull Shannon on the show, "Shelley Hack was very sweet. She lasted about 16 minutes, as I remember, yeah. That was tough." Now let's just hope someone would post the episode about Charlie's Angels where all the six Angels from the original TV series were interviewed. One big advanced thank you to the person who does that.
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Shelley, along with the Season 4 Angels and David Doyle, graced the cover of Tele Guia, the Mexican version of TV Guide. The pic used for the cover was taken during the filming of the Charlie's Angels' episode "Fallen Angel." Farrah, Jaclyn, Cheryl and David were in the clothes they wore for the epilogue; while Shelley was in an outfit she wore for an earlier scene. So either they've just finished filming the epilogue and Shelley got dressed to film the earlier scene; or Shelley hadn't changed yet for the epilogue scene. Or maybe even neither of both. Well, great pic anyway.
Posted by nico at 6:22 PM
Shelley attended the 2010 Super Mega Show and Comic Fest held in July of that year. Fans were trilled to see the private and rarely seen of all the Charlie's Angels, old and new. She was still stunning, and she still had that iconic smile that made her famous. Let's hope she indulges her fans again this year by making another public appearance. Oh, that would be a big treat.
Posted by nico at 6:16 PM
Shelley starred in the 1983 TV series Cutter to Houston. It was the second time she was cast as a regular in weekly show (Charlie's Angels was the first.) The show was about a trio of doctors who were assigned to a small-town hospital in Cutter, Texas and got assistance from a big city hospital in Houston, Texas, via a computer hook up and a helicopter. In December that year, US magazine reported the show a "Flop" when it was canceled after only seven episodes. But it also reported that "the scripts were fine and the operations mostly successful." So a "Flop" maybe, but only because not many people tuned in (sleeper hits were unheard of at the time.)
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Saturday, January 4, 2014
According to an article from 1980, one of Shelley's first gigs after Charlie's Angels was as consultant to Canadian film producer and film financier Pierre David. He was planning to produce a film called Models and probably wanted Supermodel Shelley's input on the subject matter.
Shelley starred as Jackie Shea in the 1986-1987 TV series Jack and Mike. Initially titled Jackie O'Shea (as a solo vehicle for Shelley,) the series was renamed Our Kind of Town and then finally Jack and Mike. Tom Mason was cast as Jackie's husband, Mike Brennan and got equal billing. The chemistry between the two actors was apparent in a TV movie they both did a year prior, Kicks. Tom played Caleb, Maggie Pierson's concerned boyfriend. Maggie was, of course, played by Shelley.
Posted by nico at 2:44 AM
Shelley's Charlie Girl persona was so phenomenally popular and successful worldwide, it made her and the Charlie brand a household name. It was so popular that a long-playing record album called Charlie's Hitparade was released in 1980. Of course, Shelley graced the cover of the 12-track album, and it featured songs by Cliff Richard, Elton John and Shirley Bassey. The tracks included in the album are the following:
Charlie's Hitparade - Easy Listening Tophits
Elton John - Your Song
Guys N' Dolls - You're My World
The Shadows - Bright Eyes
David Soul - Don't Give Up On Us
Minnie Riperton - Loving You
Bill Bradley Band - Charlie's Theme
Cliff Richard - Miss You Night
Crystal Gayle - Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
Dr. Hook - A Little Bit More
Paul Anka - (You're) Having My Baby
Shirley Bassey - Something
The Cats - End Of The Show
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Shelley was on the cover of the March 1965 issue of Ingenue magazine. She wore a pink/yellow/white hybrid paisley-printed, notchy pink-collared coat over a pink sleeveless skimmer, both by American Bazaar. Her hair was by David Crespin, makeup by Helena Rubinstein. The photo was taken by Francesco Scavullo of Cosmopolitan covers fame.
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