One of several Cheryl Ladd posters released via Pro Arts. Ladd gained her fame and 70s female teen idol status thanks to starring in the series Charlie’s Angels as Kris Monroe, little sister to Jill Monroe, played by Farrah Fawcett, who left the show in hopes of becoming a movie star, which didn’t pan out as hoped.
This pose is a take-off on the classic Rita Hayworth pin-up pose found in a 1941 edition of Life magazine.
A rather nice pose of Cheryl released in 1977. This is the first Pro Arts poster release for Cheryl, the second would be the pink bikini poster from 1978.
Lovely pose of Ann Margret from Pro Arts, released in 1978 titled “Ann-Margret” and number 14-608.
Ladd gained fame and even teen idol status when she won the role of Chris Munroe on the series Charlie’s Angels, replacing departing Farrah Fawcett. She remained with the series for the rest of its run. She became a bit of a poster queen as well, with a multitude of nice poses, most release through Pro Arts.
This nice pose is from a photo shoot that Farrah did for Playboy magazine in December of 1978. As you can see there are two versions, which is the first edition I have no clue, but there isn’t much difference between the two, except a bit of cropping at the bottom and the placement of the facsimile signature.
A rare poster of Lynda from Pro Arts released in 1977 and catalog number 15-525. I actually have this one in my collection and consider it one of the nicer Pro Arts posters and a really nice photo of Carter as well.
I remember Joe from the 1970s, mostly for his work on television doing commercials (he filmed one or two with Farrah Fawcett before she became a star in her own right) as well as making appearances on various TV series. Of course, his greatest claim to fame is being a football player whose career in the sport began in the early 60s and lasted until his retirement in 1977.
Pro Arts released this pose of Joe in 1977 and as far as I am aware, it is their only Namath release. In my research for this blog, I have only seen this pose offered for sale on EBay a few times, so perhaps it is one of the rarer posters from Pro Arts?