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    The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    Does anyone else here like this actress? I've always liked her since I was a kid. Her striking eyes, her sexy lower voice and not a bad actress to boot. I find her presence in even B-movies bring the quality up a bit. It's a shame we haven't seen her in a while.
    Last edited by Eric R.; 07-28-2009 at 06:44 PM.

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    Her eyes scare me. I like it.

    I read somewhere that she was cast as Cagney on Cagney & Lacey, but the studio thought she wasn't feminine enough. So they replaced her with Sharon Gless, an actress who was even more butch!

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan O View Post
    Her eyes scare me. I like it.

    I read somewhere that she was cast as Cagney on Cagney & Lacey, but the studio thought she wasn't feminine enough. So they replaced her with Sharon Gless, an actress who was even more butch!
    I heard that she wasn't cast because they thought her eyes looked weird

    Personally, I think she's gorgeous. Especially in early 70s stuff such as Welcome To Arrow Beach and Thumb Tripping.

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    Yes I remember CBS thought Meg Foster and Tyne Daly together were too "dykey" - I believe it was literally phrased that way. Why they replaced Meg and not Tyne is beyond me though.

    Very beautiful but I definitely prefer the '70s edition.
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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    That photo reminds me of Kirstie Alley when she was young.

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    She's easy on the eyes for sure, and always gave solid performances. I remember not knowing her name as a kid, but always being pleasantly surprised when she'd wind up in movies like ''They Live'' and ''Masters Of The Universe''.

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    Tom D that's a gorgeous photo. I mostly remember her form sooo many appearances on '70s hour-long detective shows and such. She definitely stood out.
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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    Hubba Hubba! Melting like a stick 'O butter!

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    I recently saw her in THE WIND. Not a great film, but yes, her eyes are startling, if not hypnotic.

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    "That blue-eyed bitch!". I always wondered if that line was ad-libbed by John Hurt in The Osterman Weekend.

    I always thought she was quite good-looking. I can see the "young Kirstie Alley" thing...kind of a bit like Alley mixed with Charlotte Rampling.

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    Re: The striking eyes of Meg Foster

    I like her,she's underrated.

    Peter Weller doesn't like her:

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


    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel S.S. View Post
    Tom D that's a gorgeous photo
    i agree,she looks great!
    Last edited by Guillaume P; 07-30-2009 at 01:02 PM.

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