<a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-classic-hollywood-20100811,0,6902136.story"><b>A <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000590" title="Pat Boone" href="/topic/entertainment/music/pat-boone-PECLB000590.topic">Pat Boone</a> kiss-and-tell</b></a><br>
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By Susan King<br>
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Pat Boone  would like to set the record straight: He never had a clause in his movie contract at 20th Century Fox that he wouldn't kiss his leading ladies. To prove it, he ticks off a list of actresses he kissed, including Diane Baker in 1959's "Journey to the Center of the Earth", <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001521" title="Barbara Eden" href="/topic/entertainment/barbara-eden-PECLB001521.topic">Barbara Eden</a> in 1961's "All Hands on Deck", <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003522" title="Debbie Reynolds" href="/topic/entertainment/debbie-reynolds-PECLB003522.topic">Debbie Reynolds</a> in 1964's "Goodbye Charlie" and even sex kitten Ann-Margret in the 1962 musical "State Fair."<br>
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Still, he jokes, "I guess my love scenes didn't set the screen afire." <a href="http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-classic-hollywood-20100811,0,6902136.story">Continue reading this story.</a><br>
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( Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times / August 15, 2013 )

A Pat Boone kiss-and-tell

By Susan King

Pat Boone would like to set the record straight: He never had a clause in his movie contract at 20th Century Fox that he wouldn't kiss his leading ladies. To prove it, he ticks off a list of actresses he kissed, including Diane Baker in 1959's "Journey to the Center of the Earth", Barbara Eden in 1961's "All Hands on Deck", Debbie Reynolds in 1964's "Goodbye Charlie" and even sex kitten Ann-Margret in the 1962 musical "State Fair."

Still, he jokes, "I guess my love scenes didn't set the screen afire." Continue reading this story.

RELATED:
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Pat Boone
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Barbara Eden
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Debbie Reynolds
Hollywood Walk of Fame: Ann-Margret

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