These Gorgeous Gals Made The 70’s Far Out [SLIDESHOW]

Remember these hotties who turned heads in the ’70s?

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  • "Once upon a time, there were three little girls who went to the police academy." Kate Jackson also co-starred alongside Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith in the hit '70s TV series “Charlie’s Angels.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • When the television sitcom “One Day At A Time” premiered in 1975, Valerie Bertinelli was only 15 years old, but by the end of the 1970s, she had matured to become the crush of many American viewers. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • In 1974, Beverly Johnson became the first African American model to appear on the cover of U.S. Vogue. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Jaclyn Smith joined the cast of “Charlie’s Angels” in 1976 and continued kicking butt as Kelly Garrett for 5 seasons. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • French Actress Catherine Deneuve was the face of Chanel No.5 perfume during the 1970s. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Playboy magazine named Raquel Welch “The Most Desired Woman” of the entire decade of the ‘70s. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • In 1979, Catherine Bach donned her SUPER short jean shorts for her television role as Daisy Duke in “The Dukes of Hazard.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Actress Ali MacGraw’s role in the 1970 classic heartbreaker “Love Story” catapulted the beauty to fame. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • In 1978, Time magazine featured Cheryl Tiegs on its cover and dubbed her the “All-American Model.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • In 1970, America’s favorite girl-next-door Mary Tyler Moore stepped out of Dick Van Dyke’s shadow and starred in her own television series, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • Barabara Bach captivated audiences’ attention as a Bond girl in “The Spy Who Loved Me,” which premiered in 1977. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • “Charlie’s Angels” star Farrah Fawcett’s red swimsuit poster debuted in 1976. The poster now hangs in the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Google Creative Commons)
  • After earning the tile of Miss World USA in 1972, Lynda Carter’s won the lead role in the ‘70s TV series “Wonder Woman.” Is it any wonder why? (Photo: Google Creative Commons)