The most stunning female celebs of the 1970s

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Lynda Carter - Lynda Carter, who was crowned Miss World USA in 1972, gained fame for her portrayal of Wonder Woman in the eponymous TV show.

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Pam Grier - Pam Grier gained fame as cinema's inaugural female action star for her roles in popular 1970's action movies such as 'Coffy' and 'Foxy Brown.'

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Raquel Welch (1940-2023) - Raquel Welch achieved global sex symbol status during the '60s and '70s due to her portrayal in 'One Million Years B.C.' (1966).

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Deborah Harry - Debbie Harry, renowned music artist and lead singer of Blondie, is celebrated for her chart-topping songs such as 'Heart of Glass' and 'The Tide Is High.'

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Beverly Johnson - Beverly Johnson gained fame for being the first African-American model featured on the cover of American Vogue in August 1974.

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Bianca Jagger - The model gained fame for her stunning appearance at Studio 54, establishing her as a prominent figure of the '70s.

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Jacqueline Bisset - The lovely English actress gained fame in the 1960s. During the 1970s, she featured in movies such as 'Day for Night' (1973) and 'The Deep' (1977).

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Cheryl Tiegs - The American supermodel gained fame for regularly being featured on the covers of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and Time magazine.

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Jane Seymour - The highly praised actress received an early major role portraying the psychic Bond girl Solitaire in the 007 movie 'Live and Let Die' (1973).

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Catherine Bach - Catherine Bach gained popularity in the 1970s for her portrayal as Daisy Duke in the TV show 'The Dukes of Hazzard.'

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Cheryl Ladd - Cheryl Ladd gained fame by replacing Farrah Fawcett in 'Charlie's Angels.' She became part of the show's cast in 1977 and remained until it ended in 1981.

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Margaux Hemingway (1954-1996) - Ernest Hemingway's granddaughter achieved fame as a supermodel during the 1970s, gracing numerous magazine covers. 

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Erin Gray - Erin Gray, a hugely successful model in the 1970s, achieved her acting breakthrough with the lead role in the miniseries, 'Evening in Byzantium' (1978).

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