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(Comic Book)   Joanna Cameron, star of "The Secrets of Isis", has passed into the Underworld of 70's Saturday Morning Cartoons   (comicbook.com) divider line
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2021-10-25 11:28:46 AM  
Isis giving everyone the bird:

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2021-10-25 12:39:13 PM  
A little Vitamin used to watch that show when he was a kid in the 70s. RIP Isis, thanks for the memories.
 
2021-10-25 12:41:43 PM  
Dierks:  "A guy walks into a bar.  There's a terrorist behind the bar.  Guy says to the terrorist, 'I'll have a vodka on the rocks.'  Terrorist picks up a single ice cube in one hand and says 'Oh, you like ice?'  Guy says, "yeah, but more than one piece.'  Terrorist scoops up a handful of ice in the other hand and says, 'Oh, so you like...ISIS?"

Wayne:  ".......Get the fark outta here."
 
2021-10-25 1:42:50 PM  
The Saturday morning that the Isis TV show debuted was the start of my long, confusing journey to manhood.

Thank you, long-legged, short-skirted Egyptian deity.

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2021-10-25 1:51:35 PM  

Rock Krenn: The Saturday morning that the Isis TV show debuted was the start of my long, confusing journey to manhood.

Thank you, long-legged, short-skirted Egyptian deity.

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She may have been my first tv crush, it would actually explain why women who look like her always made me a little crazy.
 
2021-10-25 2:08:09 PM  

Lambskincoat: Rock Krenn: The Saturday morning that the Isis TV show debuted was the start of my long, confusing journey to manhood.

Thank you, long-legged, short-skirted Egyptian deity.

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She may have been my first tv crush, it would actually explain why women who look like her always made me a little crazy.


Same here - that twirl, in that short skirt, with the "Oh mighty ISIS" was just spectacular
 
2021-10-25 2:09:29 PM  
I was only 4 or 5 years old at the time, but I liked her.

RIP
 
2021-10-25 2:15:38 PM  
8-year-old me didn't realize she was the beginning of my lifelong attraction to tanned, toned shoulders.
 
2021-10-25 2:26:46 PM  

Rock Krenn: The Saturday morning that the Isis TV show debuted was the start of my long, confusing journey to manhood.
Thank you, long-legged, short-skirted Egyptian deity.


Same. I saw the episodes available on some streaming site and took a look. A couple of years ago. She is nice but the episodes are only for kids younger than 12. 10?
 
2021-10-25 2:53:48 PM  
Man, how did we all live the same childhoods?
 
2021-10-25 3:00:57 PM  
She and Dyna Girl  made me very happy as a youngster....
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2021-10-25 3:17:12 PM  
As a very young Hillbilly I loved The Isis/Shazam Saturday mornings.

/rip oh mighty Isis
 
2021-10-25 3:26:08 PM  
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2021-10-25 6:22:55 PM  
I was too young to be attracted to her when the show aired, but we had enough girls in our neighborhood that having a few female characters for make believe play was helpful.  Particularly if their name wasn't (male hero character)-girl. Helps that they didn't lean in too hard on sexualizing her character.

We did have a Hulk Woman before She-Hulk. Girl just loved the character and mixing it up with the guys. We boys fought a bit rougher to avoid being beat by a girl, and she gave no quarter, and no Farks. She actually bought one of those inflatable chest pieces that was supposed to puff up your shirt like the Hulk transformation. I am kind of glad we were too young to realize the potential for jokes.

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2021-10-25 6:27:23 PM  

Aquapope: Man, how did we all live the same childhoods?


In my case (since I'm an old fart), it was Mrs. Emma Peel, in the British spy spoof 'The Avengers'.

I was 13 at the time.

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2021-10-25 6:40:10 PM  

Lambskincoat: Rock Krenn: The Saturday morning that the Isis TV show debuted was the start of my long, confusing journey to manhood.

Thank you, long-legged, short-skirted Egyptian deity.

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She may have been my first tv crush, it would actually explain why women who look like her always made me a little crazy.


Reminds me of Catherine Zeta-Jones, one of my favorites.
 
2021-10-25 7:24:54 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Aquapope: Man, how did we all live the same childhoods?

In my case (since I'm an old fart), it was Mrs. Emma Peel, in the British spy spoof 'The Avengers'.

I was 13 at the time.

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Her and Linda Carter
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2021-10-25 11:17:40 PM  

Herr Flick's Revenge: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Aquapope: Man, how did we all live the same childhoods?

In my case (since I'm an old fart), it was Mrs. Emma Peel, in the British spy spoof 'The Avengers'.

I was 13 at the time.

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Her and Linda Carter
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I remember watching Wonder Woman when it first aired.  It was super hero stuff, right?  My old man would roar with laughter at scenes like the above, making comments about how, "She better be careful and not pop out of that outfit!"  Went right over my head at the time, but still......

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Joanna Cameron probably set that trigger in my that makes me turn to much when I see women with jet black hair.
 
2021-10-26 8:01:32 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Aquapope: Man, how did we all live the same childhoods?

In my case (since I'm an old fart), it was Mrs. Emma Peel, in the British spy spoof 'The Avengers'.

I was 13 at the time.

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As a young kid in the midwest, I never felt more worldly and sophisticated than I did while watching an episode of The Avengers on some grainy UHS channel.
 
2021-10-26 11:47:29 AM  
I once made my boss snort tea out of her nose when  a group of were at lunch and the subject of TV shows we loved as kids came up.  I said "I loved I Dream of Jeannie as a kid, but now when I watch it and Jeannie says "Yes Master" it just does something for me...", followed by boss' spit take and nasal tea exit.
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2021-10-26 2:59:15 PM  
I believe she holds/held the record for most appearances in TV commercials.

I remember so many live action Saturday morning shows from the 70s.  They kinda blurred together at the time, but lately I've been revisiting some of them.

Some can definitely still be enjoyed today, in the right perspective (ISIS, SHAZAM, ARK II)  Others were meant only for the much younger set (BIGFOOT AND WILDBOY, MONSTER SQUAD).
 
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