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ROBYN HILTON FROM BLAZING SADDLES ON STARSKY & HUTCH

Robyn Hilton on STARSKY AND HUTCH
Model/Actress ROBYN HILTON played Mel Brook's secretary in BLAZING SADDLES and turns up in an episode of STARSKY AND HUTCH (directed by BLAZING SADDLES alumni JACK STARRETT) titled HUGGY BEAR AND THE TURKEY, which was an attempt to spinoff Huggy Bear's Antonio Fargas onto his own crime-solving series.

Huggy Bear is partnered with a white private eye named The Turkey, and they go from location from location gathering clues, including a doctor's office where the gorgeous Hilton is a sexy nurse.

The premise and pilot failed, and perhaps that's good because no one wanted to see Fargas leave STARSKY AND HUTCH. Antonio Fargas himself even admits (in my interview) it was a blessing in disguise since he loved working with David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser.
Huggy & Turkey's Fargas with Dale Robinette (listen to my Antonio Fargas Interview below

 
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The sexy Robyn Hilton in HUGGY BEAR AND THE TURKEY
Robyn Hilton sexily guest stars on STARSKEY AND HUTCH
Add captionThe last shot of Robyn Hilton before she exits the office...
Robyn Hilton with Mel Brooks in BLAZING SADDLES
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