The most beautiful women of the ‘70s

Cheryl Ladd -
Cheryl Ladd is best known for replacing Farrah Fawcett in 'Charlie's Angels.' She joined the cast in 1977 and remained on the show until its cancellation in 1981.

Ornella Mutti -
The Italian beauty made her film debut in 1970 in 'La moglie più bella.'

Erin Gray -
Erin Gray was one of the highest-earning models in the '70s. 

Lauren Hutton -
Lauren Hutton started out as a model and eventually went into acting. 

Audrey Landers -
Audrey Landers is best known for her role as Afton Cooper on the television series 'Dallas' and her role  in the film 'A Chorus Line' (1985).

Farrah Fawcett (1947-2009) -
Farrah Fawcett rose to fame with her starring role in the first season of the television series 'Charlie's Angels.'

Lynda Carter -
Crowned Miss World USA 1972, the stunning Lynda Carter is best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the television series of the same name.

Pam Grier -
Described as cinema's first female action star, Pam Grier rose to fame for starring in a string of 1970s action films like 'Coffy' (1973) and 'Foxy Brown' (1974).

Debbie Harry -
Known as the lead vocalist of the band Blondie, music icon Debbie Harry is famous for hits like 'Heart of Glass' and 'The Tide Is High.'

Olivia Newton-John (1948 - 2022) -
The four-time Grammy Award winner is best known for her iconic role as Sandy in 'Grease' (1978). 

Jane Birkin -
Jane Birkin attained international fame for her decade-long musical and romantic partnership with Serge Gainsbourg.

Jacqueline Bisset -
The beautiful English actress first came to prominence in the '60s. In the '70s, she starred in films like 'Day for Night' (1973) and 'The Deep' (1977).

Cheryl Tiegs -
The American supermodel is best known for her multiple appearances on the covers of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and Time magazine.

Jane Seymour -
The critically-acclaimed actress got one of her first big roles as the psychic Bond girl Solitaire in the 007 film 'Live and Let Die' (1973).

Angie Dickinson -
The iconic Angie Dickinson had a successful six-decade career, appearing in more than 50 films.

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