Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Rave June 1966

Another new month is upon us and with is brings a new Rave cover. This is from June 1966 and features David McCallum who is most famous for his role in the sixties spy series Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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Another interesting feature in this issue is the Ravers Pop Guide to New York, I'll bet most of the boutiques & clubs are long gone now....

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10 comments:

Miss Peelpants said...

MmmmmmmcCallum. *purrrrrrr*

Sorry, that seems to be all I am capable of saying right now :) xx

Smashingbird said...

Words enough my dear!

Shybiker said...

What a delightful blast from the past! "The Man From U.N.C.L.E" is my favorite show of all time. It hit me at an age (7-10) that was hugely influential.

All the girls loved Illya Kuryakin (I guessed it was because of his blond hair) but I was fixated on Napolean Solo: his dashing, debonair attitude -- and great hair! -- became my model for manhood.

50 and counting said...

I loved my my Illya!

But he's back on TV. "Duckie" on NCIS. Still foxy at his age.

Mind you that show has Mark "the silver fox" Harman as well...

Vintage Vixen said...

I still love him as Duckie on NCIs (but no longer in a fancying way)! xxx
PS Well done on winning that pendant in Annimal's giveaway, I'm a tad jealous but glad it's you. x

diskojoe said...

David McCallum was also the host of the TNT Show, Phil Spector's followup to the TAMI Show. He also hosted an episode of Hullaballo as his Ilya character.

Finally, here's Martin Newell, popster 'n poet doing his song "Ilya Kuryakin Looked At Me":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD2jNsyp9VY

Dusk said...

Ilya!!!! So clever was he, he was also The Invisible Man and now... a Dr with NCIS... he gets around.

Sigh. He's lovely, as was Solo but I am most amused that the men from U.N.C.L.E. had to fight THRUSH... !!!

MyStyle said...

Hi my dear-lovely features, he does look fab on NCIS too!! xx

Tarkus said...

I never seen "the man from U.N.C.L.E." but I remember "Sapphire & Steel". Cool!

Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

Another great cover Becka. I was about to say Sapphire and Steel but Tarkus beat me to it. Him and Joanna Lumley I think it was late 70's. Hope all's good with you xx

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