The Egyptians built the pyramids. Folks, if they look kindly back to these times, they'll express a similar awe regarding hair like this.
I can't figure out what's whiter....those teeth...that eyeshadow....that song?
if they'd been lip-syncing for their lives,they would've sashayed way away.
At the time those hairstyles didn't seem unusual at all, but we were all so high from White Rain and Aquanet fumes!BrianB
Didn't there used to be another cousin, named Dooneese? She was from the Finger Lakes
When I was very small, I was taken to a King Family gala performance at Chautauqua, NY. I blame a great many of my subsequent travails on that fateful night.
Oh, my, you saw them in person?! In Chautauqua, of all places! Wow.As a child, I watched ALL of their specials. I'm still somewhat obsessed with them now, but for entirely different reasons.
Whitey-dee-white-white. Did they sing on Lawrence Welk? The seem safe enough to have!
They were part of the illustrious King Family, daughters of the King Sisters. Very Welk-ian ala Lennon Sisters. I'm a bit obsessed with this sort of thing!
Late 60's early 70's Thom?
I KNOW my hairstyles!
And don't forget Tina Cole on the right played Rob's wife Katie on My Three Sons the same time she was doing this. So in a way you could say she was the Neil Patrick Harris of her time! BrianB
I'm so glad you posted your comment, I THOUGHT I recognized Tina. You saved me a lot of time researching Tina on IMDB to see if this was her.I kinda laughed at the comments the mom's made about their singing.
That commentary by the King Sisters cracked me up! Though I wonder why three of them were dressed and the other was in her robe. Was that a directorial choice?