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Sixties Stunners [SLIDESHOW]

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Why did the kids feel the need to rebel with these stunning celebs dominating 1960s pop culture?

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  • Sexy redhead Ann-Margret, who took Hollywood by storm with her 1962 film “Bye Bye Birdie,” supposedly carried on an affair with Elvis, her co-star in the 1964 film “Viva Las Vegas." (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Swiss-American actress Ursula Andress heated up movie screens as the original Bond Girl in the 1962 film “Dr. No.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • In 1966, Julie Newmar first sported her skintight Catwoman suit for the “Batman” television series. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Tina Louise played glamorous movie star Ginger Grant in the 1960s television series “Gilligan’s Island” and made every guy wish that they had the luck of getting stuck on an island with her. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Brunette beauty Dawn Wells played farm girl Mary Ann on “Gilligan’s Island,” sparking intense “Ginger vs. Marry Ann” debates among fans. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • By 1961, former child star Natalie Wood had matured into a stunning actress, catching the attention of adult fans when she starred in “West Side Story.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Barbara Eden donned a sexy, midriff-baring genie costume for her role in the 1960s television show “I Dream of Jeannie.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Throughout the 1960s, The Supremes churned out hit after hit as the band’s lead singer, Diana Ross, stole the spotlight. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • From 1966-1971, Marlo Thomas starred in the television series “That Girl” and consequently became a media “it girl.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • As Samantha Stephens in the 1960s sitcom “Bewitched,” Elizabeth Montgomery charmed TV audiences with her girl-next-door looks. (Photo: Getty Images)
  • Jacqueline Kennedy has legitimate claim to the title of most fashionable first lady in American history. When she and JFK entered the White House, she immediately became a style icon. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • As bank robber Bonnie Parker in the 1967 film “Bonnie and Clyde,” Faye Dunaway made good guys fall for the bad girl. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)